Organic Green Tea Distillate
Organic Fruit Acid (AHA) Blend (Passion Fruit, Lemon, Pineapple, Grape)
Organic Grapeseed Oil
Organic Jojoba Oil
Organic Safflower Oil
Cetyl Alcohol (Coconut Derived)
Stearic acid (Palm Derived)
Caprylic / capric triglyceride
Organic Vegetable Glycerin
Organic Aloe Vera Extract)
Glyceryl Stearate (Vegetable Derived)
Ceteareth‐20 (Coconut Derived)
Organic Unrefined Shea Butter
Organic Rooibos Tea Extract
Gluconolactone, sodium benzoate, calcium gluconate (ECOCERT Natural Preservative)
“I have tried many other skin creams, even dermatologist prescribed treatments to help my complexion and texture of my skin. This is the first product I have ever found that helps prevent breakouts and also has evened out my complexion. For the first time I feel confident wearing minimal to no makeup.” – Ashley
IS SALICYLIC ACID SAFE WHILE PREGNANT?
Hormonal breakouts are a common complaint among pregnant and breastfeeding women. The question of how to deal with these unwanted breakouts becomes a popular topic when pregnant or breastfeeding. You want to treat your skin, but also need to be careful of what ingredients you expose your baby to.
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SALICYLIC ACID VS WILLOW BARK EXTRACT: THE TRUE ACNE FIGHTER
Is willow bark an effective natural alternative to salicylic acid? In many natural skincare brands it is marketed as a natural source of the BHA salicylic acid, but is it as effective at treating acne?
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REDNESS, ROSACEA AND ROOBIOS
Some people who complain of red blotchy skin are actually experiencing a mild case of rosacea. Rosacea affects more than 14 million people in the United States and even more in in Northwestern Europe. This condition can range from mild to severe and causes redness or flushing on the cheeks, nose, forehead and chin. It is seen in all countries and races but is most frequently seen in people who have fair sun sensitive skin, especially those of Celtic origin.
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Miriam Kleinman, Ph.D. (Dr. Mim), founder and inventor of Teava Skincare, is a beauty scientist who has spent years studying how our bodies work at the molecular level and how our surrounding environment affects us. Formally trained as a toxicologist, Dr. Mim has a special understanding of how chemicals truly interact with our bodies.