All our ingredients are natural: extremely pure, unaltered, undiluted and in compliance with the FDA, EU and ASEAN Cosmetic Directives.
The formulation for Clearify boasts a spectrum of pharmaceutical-grade plant-based extractions, ranging from natural herbs to selected spices and fruits. These have undergone a complex series of GMP-certified extraction and manufacturing processes to preserve the efficacy, integrity and hygiene of their phyto-properties.
Clearify does not contain harsh chemicals, acids, comedogenic ingredients, artificial fragrances, colourings, Sd-alcohol, lanolin or mineral oil that can potentially harm the skin.
Native to Europe, Africa and Asia, Burdock belongs to a group of flowering plants with sharp prickles on their leaves.
Its roots and leaves in particular, are used widely in nutrition and medicine. Burdock has a distinct purifying effect and is treats conditions such as acne, eczema, rosacea, psoriasis and also reduces the formation of clogged pores. Its astringent properties tighten pores and soothe the epidermis.
Calendula is a genus of about 12-20 species of herbaceous plants in the daisy family. An important healing herb, calendula is high in carotenes, flavonoids, tannins and essential oils. It contains soothing, anti-inflammatory, astringent, antiseptic and regenerating properties and is used to promote wound healing and discourage infection.
Capryloyl Glycine is a combination of the amino acid glycine and fatty capric acid (from coconut oil). This combination produces a skin-friendly emulsifier and stabilizer with cleansing properties. Capryloyl glycine is not known to aggravate skin conditions, is gentle on the skin and helps to maintain the skin’s acid mantle (protective layer).
This is the dried, daisy-like flower of the Matricaria Recutita plant. It is used traditionally as a treatment for skin inflammation and wound healing. Chamomile is valued for its soothing, moisturizing, rash, itch and pain-relieving, as well as tissue-repairing properties.
Cinnamon is an evergreen tree widely cultivated in Sri Lanka, India, Indonesia, Brazil and Vietnam. Dried cinnamon bark and leaves are most commonly used as spices in cooking. Its anti-fungal and pain-relieving properties have been harnessed for use in skincare.
Lycopene is an open-chain unsaturated carotenoid that imparts redness to tomatoes, guava, pink grapefruit and rosehips. It is a superb antioxidant that protects cells from environmental oxidative damage, improves skin grain with its astringent properties and imparts a fresh glow to the skin. It is rich in vitamins A and C, and has anti-aging, skin rejuvenating, softening, calming, refreshing, exfoliating and detoxifying properties.
Sage is a small perennial evergreen shrub that is native to the Mediterranean region and is a member of the mint family. The Latin name for sage, salvia, means “to heal”. Studies have proven that sage is a natural antibiotic, antifungal, astringent, anti-oxidant, antiseptic and anti-bacterial agent. Sage is particularly effective as a treatment for wounds, oily complexion, acne conditions and premature aging.
The Latin name for the willow tree is Salix, and it is from this tree bark that salicylic acid is obtained. The active extract of the bark, called salicin, works as a keratolytic by causing the cells of the epidermis to shed more readily, preventing pores from clogging up and allowing room for new cell growth. Thus it treats skin disorders, prevents build-up of acne bacteria and helps breakdown black and whiteheads.
This essential oil is obtained by steam distillation of the leaves from Melaleuca alternifolia, a plant native to Australia. This completely natural extract has antibacterial, antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties. Tea tree oil has long been used as an aid in treating skin cuts, burns, acne and dandruff infections.