The Facial Peel contains a herbal compound of mallow, yarrow, St. John’s wort flowers and soft jojoba wax beads, that are gentle on the skin.
These tiny beads dissolve during the peeling process without irritation or scratching. Dead skin and deeply embedded impurities are removed leaving radiant skin, which looks fresh and smooth. It can be used once a week and is the ideal preparation for nourishing concentrates and masks. Before holidays use the facial peel to get an even sun tan.
- Apply the peel over damp skin in gentle sweeping movements.
- Rinse off with warm water.
- Follow with a toner suited to your skin type.
- For best results, use once or twice a week.
The natural, spring water is filtered through a special water treatment system that cleans, energises and mineralises the water. It is a good solvent for many raw materials.
We use a caprylic/capric triglyceride, that is extracted from the coconut. The skin-friendly cleansing-active substance is produced from sugars and plant-based fats of the coconut. It is much milder than conventional surfactants and biodegradable.
Plasticiser based on plant-based raw materials. It easily sinks into the skin and slows down the loss of moisture. It also protects against damage by free radicals.
The particularly skin-compatible structure of jojoba oil optimises the moisturisation of the skin. It is suitable for all skin types, spreads easily, absorbs quickly and leaves behind a velvety sheen. Especially dry, sensitive and irritated skin is regenerated.
The organic compound serves as a humectant and moisturiser and has an antibacterial effect.
It is present in all waxes and oils. It attracts water to the skin and supports cell regeneration. We only use plant-based glycerin.
Plant-based emollient. It is used as an organic silicone replacement because it provides the skin with a very smooth and silky feeling.
Emulsifier based on plant-based raw materials, which also occurs in the human body. It easily absorbs into the skin and slows down the loss of moisture. It also protects against damages from free radicals.
Plant-based fatty alcohol.
A fatty alcohol that occurs as a natural component in plants. It increases the viscosity and stability of emulsions and contributes to a good spreadability on the skin.
It is derived from vitamin E and is resistant to light and oxygen. It is well absorbed by the skin and has a healing function. It acts as an antioxidant and a free radical scavenger.
Wax from the candelilla plant (spurge family). It has good stability, good adhesion and makes the skin supple.
Oil of the purple viper’s bugloss. Echium oil contains a high proportion of alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) and stearidonic acid (SDA). It is an intensive skin care. It tightens the texture of the skin and helps to store the moisture of the skin.
Aloe vera is one of the gentlest and best skin moisturisers. It protects the skin, repairs damages, soothes, cools, revitalises and has healing properties. Aloe vera has mild UV shielding properties.
Helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil is extracted from the seeds of the sunflower. Due to the high linoleic acid content and the relatively low proportion of saturated fatty acids of sunflower oil, it is a lightweight, mild and nourishing oil. It makes the skin supple and smooth. The light oil is often used for combination skin.
Lecithin enriched with hydrogen has a better stability than natural lecithin. It is a natural emulsifier and improves the self-regulation of the skin.
Plant derived carbohydrate that helps emulsify and improve emulsion resistance. Serves as a moisturising factor and is very nourishing.
Rosa moschata seed oil is rich in unsaturated fatty acids due to the high content of linolenic acid. It supports skin regeneration like no other oil and is ideal for treating dry skin, pigmentation marks and scars. Transretinoleic acid has a strong regenerating effect, promotes collagen production and preserves the ability of the skin to retain moisture.
Balloon plant extract. The origin of the Balloon plant is India. Since then, the plant has been cultivated in our latitudes as well. In the Middle Ages it was known as a remedy to treat skin rashes. The main effects of the Balloon plant are due to the presence of phytosterols. These provide an anti-inflammatory and antipruritic effect. They soothe stressed and reddened skin.
Organic Honey. It is particularly rich in substances that preserve the skin, acts smoothing, tightens and improves the skin’s elasticity and moisturises.
Hyaluronic acid is a natural component of skin cells and binds moisture in the skin. Hyaluronic acid has the ability to bind very large amounts of water compared to its mass (up to six litres of water per gram). With increasing age, the hyaluronic acid content of the skin and the skin’s ability to hold moisture is reduced. The more effective moisture-binding effect in comparison to other substances results from the fact that it emits its hydrate mantle only after several hours and acts in this manner over a long period of time.
St. John’s wort is known for its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and calming effects. It is also known for its pain-relieving and wound-healing properties.
Sage acts anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory and balancing on the skin.
The flowers of the yarrow contain an essential oil, which is like the anti-inflammatory effect of chamomile, and the “beauty vitamin” vitamin A. The extract nourishes oily and blemished skin.
Mallow has a soothing, pore refining and anti-inflammatory effect. It makes the skin supple and acts as a moisturiser.
The extract made of the flower heads of chamomile works anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and skin refining. It enhances cell renewal and soothes the skin. It also reduces the skin sensitivity.
A plant-derived sugar mixture that is present in similar form in the skin. It attaches itself to keratin in the skin and ensures that the skin is ideally hydrated.
The ingredient sorbitol smoothes and nourishes the skin and restores moisture.
The solubility of the denatured alcohol is used in the manufacturing of herbal extracts. The alcohol used in products are dosed in such quantities that they do not dry the skin.
Citric acid to adjust the pH and moisture retention factor.
Citric acid is a natural preservative.
Herbal cholesterol occurs free and esterified in the sebum of the skin and makes it more water absorbent. It acts as a regulator of swelling and a protective substance. It has emulsifying, emollient, moisturising and stabilising properties.
Vitamin E acts as an antioxidant. In addition, vitamin E is effective against premature wrinkles, soothes the skin and protects it from drying out. Vitamin E, a vitamin for the skin protection, neutralises free radicals caused by UV light and other environmental influences.
Natural component of essential citrus oils . It is not added as an isolated substance, but is always included as a component of natural essential oils.
Produced as an intermediate in the synthesis of vitamin E and serves as an odorant. It is a natural component of essential oils. It is not added as an isolated substance, but is always included as a component of natural essential oils.
Benzyl salicylate is a declarable herbal fragrance of jasmine, hyacinth and other essential oils. It is not added by us as an isolated substance, but is always included as a component of natural essential oils.
Fragrance with very low allergenic potential and no preservatives.