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The word Clove comes from the Latin ‘clavus’, referring to the nail shaped Clove bud. It is a native of Indonesia and was cultivated by the Portuguese until the seventeenth century.
Clove has traditionally been used to prevent contagious diseases and is known as an excellent dental care remedy for gum infections. It is widely used in everything from perfumes to mulled wines and dental care formulations.
Also known as: Eugenia caryophyllus bud oil
Pineapple extract is rich in the substance Bromelain which is a protein digesting enzyme. Applied to the skin this enzyme breaks down the protein bonds (corneodesmosomes) that hold dead skin cells onto the surface of the stratum corneum.
This allows excess dead cells to be shed from the skin, exposing younger, more vibrant cells and refining the complexion.
Also known as Ananas sativus fruit extract or Bromelain
Rosemary extract is rich in terpenoids which have strong antioxidant activity especially against fats and lipids including those that are present in skin cell membranes. By protecting these lipids, cell membrane function is maintained and cell viability increased.
This extract also contains flavonoids and phenolic acids which, together with terpenoids, have anti-inflammatory activity, particularly by reducing the formation of prostaglandins.
Also known as: Rosmarinus officinalis leaf extract
Seaweed extract is rich in mucilage which forms a gel-like structure when fully hydrated, increasing spreadability of creams and lotions on the skin and increasing hydration of the skin.
This helps to lock water into the outer skin layers to maintain moisture levels and prevent dryness.
Also known as Fucus vesiculosus extract