Most drying, sensitive skin is due to overuse of facial cleanser that is too strong and shouldn’t have been used in the skin.
To enhance the self-healing power in order to lead to an even higher level of skin regeneration. We finally found seeking Immortelle in the Mediterranean.
HerbEAU is focused on Immortelle, which is rich in active molecules offering unique anti-aging beauty results. Immortelle can achieve natural beauty and works on the anti-aging functions, reduces signs of aging by multiplying collagen production, improves microcirculation and fights against free radicals based on phytotherapy.
Immortelle is known as the everlasting flower: it never fades, even after it has been picked, Immortelle flowers take care of themselves.
Immortelle fascinates everyone with its amazing longevity. With the scientific name Helichrysum italicum, it has been used since ancient times, in varied forms. During the twentieth century, this plant, known as "beauty of the maquis," revealed amazing properties in phytotherapy, due to its golden flowers, in addition to its energizing qualities. Applied as a fragrant essential oil or cream, it was especially recognized for its effectiveness in healing bruises, cuts, and burns.
It contains so many benefits that make this wonderful plant, with almost 500 wild varieties, one of the most popular in the Mediterranean.
The first discovery of HerbEAU was that it can further enhance the effect of Immortelle in synergy, through a beautifying effect of the formulation and fragrance by the golden ratio.
ARGANIA SPINOSA KERNEL OIL is rich in essential fatty acid and tocopherol, which protect the moisture of the skin. It contains 3-4 times more vitamin E, linoleic acid, and carotene etc. than olive oil, and helps eliminate reactive oxygen species from the body by activating the skin cells.
The saponin contained in アルガンオイル has antiviral and antioxidant properties, and it softens the skin and improves blood flow throughout the body owing to its circulation- promoting property.
An extract from Prunus lannesiana of the rose family. It prevents dryness of skin, provides moisture, adds skin turgor and elasticity, and drives the skin to a healthy state.
An extract from either whole algae or Mekabu of brown algae, red algae, and green algae etc. As for the ingredients, it is rich in the mucilaginous carrageenan, amino acids, sugars, and minerals.It has excellent moisturizing property, protects the skin from dryness, and is used to give skin turgor.
(Note) The effects of the extract depend on the type and combination of the algae.
This is an extract from artichoke leaves of the thistle family, indigenous to the Mediterranean and northern Africa. Artichoke leaves contain a bitter-tasting substance called “cynaropicrin”, and it has gotten a lot of attention for its effect in improving the appearance of skin pores. This effect is a new skin-protecting mechanism, which suppresses the runaway of gene switching from the harm of ultraviolet rays, and holds promise in the effects of suppressing the mobilization of melanin pigments in the skin and making the skin pores less noticeable. This “cynaropicrin” is also found in the stem and buds, but it is known to be most abundant in the leaves.
An extract from the flower of Matricaria recutita of the thistle family. It has moisturizing, anti-inflammatory, hemostatic, and circulation-promoting effects.
Also, it has suppressing effects on the pigment deposition of mottles and freckles, and is widely compounded in lotions and scalp cosmetic products.
(Note) It has long been cultivated in temperate regions around the world for medical use. For the skin, it contains essential oil and the sudorific apigenin (glycoside).
In Europe, people take CHAMOMILLA when they catch a cold.
An extract from the leaves of the evergreen neem of the family Meliaceae.
MELIA AZADIRACHTA LEAF EXTRACT, in addition to being rich in amino acids and natural cleaning ingredients, it holds high moisturizing, whitening, melanin-inhibiting, anti- inflammatory, and skin roughness-suppressing effects. Not only does it preserve the health of the skin, it is also used as a natural preservative owing to its preservative and antimicrobial effects. (note) In India, it has long been called “miracle neem”, and the leaves, berries, and bark of the neem has been used as a traditional Ayurveda medicine.
An aromatic extract from the leaf and flower of Rosmarinus officinalis L. of the mint family. The ingredients are rich in essential oil, flavonoid, tannin, and especially rosmarinic acid. Owing to its Excellent anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, and antioxidant effects, it is compounded in many cosmetic products such as aging care, rough skin, and acne.
An extract from the Uncaria tomentosa (the English name is Cat’s Claw, due to the leaf base resembling a cat’s claw) native to the South American Amazon. It is getting attention as an anti-aging agent due to it effect of repairing the DNA of damaged skin cells. By correcting the DNA, it holds promise to prevent various skin-related problems (such as mottling and wrinkles).
An extract from the leaf of Prunus yedoensis, a type of cherry blossom.
It is said to have moisturizing, whitening, anti-inflammatory, skin roughness-preventing, and suppressive effects on melanin production—said to be a cause of mottling and dullness.
(Note) The tree bark of cherry blossoms is called “ouhi”, and it has long been used in folk medicine as an antitoxin, antitussive, and expectorant and for its efficacy against skin boils and hives.
An extract from the root of Baikal skullcup of the mint family. Its ingredients include flavonoids, steroids, and baicalein. Because of its anti-inflammatory and moisturizing effects, it will prevent skin roughness and make for a healthy, more moisture-retaining skin.
(Note) As a crude drug, it is prescribed in many Chinese medicines because it promotes the secretion of bile and suppress edema and various types of inflammation.
An extract from the leaves of bilberry that has excellent antioxidant and whitening properties.
As a unique mechanism, it has an effect of increasing the enzyme that produces GABA, a “therapeutic amino acid” that is getting attention for its healing and relaxing effect on the brain.
It promotes the production of fibroblasts and hyaluronic acid.
(Note) Apparently, the bilberry leaf extract was traditionally used as a folk medicine for diabetes owing to its blood glucose-lowering properties.