Ayurveda, Hydrating, Phytonutrient & Nutrient Rich, Dry to Normal Skin, Linoleic Acid, Anti-Aging, Collagen Rich
Fortified with natural botanical oils and extracts, skin softening antioxidants, our new Miracle Restoration Serum provides intense hydration and moisturizing for Dry to Normal Skin Types.
Winterize your skin before you need to! As the weather changes...so does our skin and we need extra moisturizing products to help our skin with the transition and keep the hydration going for the season.
This formulation combines several naturally derived ingredients and compounds for outstanding effectiveness by combining Ginseng Extract, Moringa Oil, Marula Oil, Hyaluronic Acid and Lemon Essential oil for a skin softening Serum to deeply nourish and hydrate skin while offering the best protection against winter weather and dryness.
This superb combination of oils adds even more benefits than simply hydrating and anti aging, it also helps lighten facial hairs and dark spots with regular use.
This natural beauty serum has naturally occurring vitamins and fatty acids to encourage natural collagen and elastin for younger looking skin....especially great for delicate facial skin around the eyes.
While this formula is intensely hydrating and moisturizing, the formulation was developed for day and night use on face and neck and is almost immediately absorbed into the skin.
To use: Generously massage a few drops on face, around eyes and neck after cleansing. For best results, use with our Miracle Restoration Toner for a more aggressive solution to dry winter skin, brighter complexion and glowing skin.
Listing is for 1 oz Glass Bottle with Dropper
Miracle Restoration Serum
The moringa tree is also known as the Miracle Tree and the Tree of Life. It’s considered a superfood because the leaves are packed with vitamins A, B, and C, manganese, and protein, and the seeds contain potassium, fiber, and magnesium.
Moringa Oil prevents aging, wrinkles, and acne. It's a must have for your skincare routine because it feeds your skin with natural and wholesome vitamins that promote a smooth and radiant glow.
~ Enhance Collagen Production
The abundance of Vitamin A combined with Moringa's rich amino acid profile provides powerful collagen production which gives our skin strength and elasticity and also replaces dead skin cells. The body's natural collagen production slows down as we age so it's important to get it form a natural external source such as Moringa.
Moringa's rich source of antioxidants help slow down the anti-aging process and the degeneration of skin cells by scavenging and quenching free radicals. Plus, Vitamin A is essential for reducing wrinkles.
~ Hydrating & PH Balancing
The active amino acid properties promote healthy cells that hydrate the skin and balance the skins PH.
~ Diminishes Bruises and Blemishes
Moringa is abundant in anti-inflammatories which makes skin healthier and protects it from irritation.
~ Detoxes Skin Layers
The purifying properties of Moringa, which can purify dirty water into healthy purified water have the same effect of your skin, allowing for a natural and safe detox that filters toxins within skin layers.
~ Fights Insomnia
Moringa contains Trytohyan which is an effective amino acid to fight insomnia. We all know that a good night sleep does wonders to our bags and dark circles under our eyes. During sleep our skin cells are nourished and replenished.
~ Helps with Acne
Moringa is considered a powerful herb to fight acne due to antiseptic properties. It is a great source to fight acne, which is mostly caused by bacterial infections.
~ Protects Against Sun Damage
Beat Carotene found in Moringa effectively protects skin against the damaging effects of the sun.
Marula oil is a product of the marula tree, scientifically known as Sclerocarya birrea. More specifically, this oil comes from the nut of the fruit of the marula tree. Once this oil is extracted, it can be used in a wide variety of cosmetic and cooking applications, although it is most famous for its effects on the skin and hair. The tree is native to Africa, and is very hardy and prolific, which explains why this oil is available all over the world. The many health benefits of this oil come from its rich supply of monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, as well as tocopherols, vitamin C, flavonoids, sterols, and other antioxidants.
Benefits of Marula Oil
People who use marula oil are often those who are suffering from chronic inflammation, acne, wrinkles, premature aging, high stress, blemishes, sunburn, dandruff, hair loss, hormonal imbalances, a weak immune system, dry skin.
With a health supply of tocopherols, antioxidants and monounsaturated fats, marula oil provides an excellent shield for the skin, defending against environmental damages and keeping the skin moisturized. This is one of the reasons the oil gained so much popularity in Africa, where the tree is native, as the harsh, dehydrating environment there required extra protection against the elements.
Reduces Signs of Aging
When used on the skin, marula oil is praised for being able to minimize the appearance of wrinkles and age spots, while also boosting the skin’s elasticity and helping you look younger and healthier than ever!
The moisturizing properties of this oil extend to the lips, hands and other commonly dry skin areas, which will not only prevent cracking and peeling, but also protect those areas from infection.
Applying marula oil to wounds, scrapes, scratches and cuts can help your immune system fend off pathogens and foreign substances from entering your body. The antioxidants and tocopherols have antibacterial properties that will keep your skin safe.
Overactive sebum glands can leave you with constantly inflamed acne and very few solutions. The linoleic acid found in marula oil is specifically linked to a lower occurrence of skin conditions, and a cleansing of the pores, which can help you rid yourself of those annoying acne symptoms.
Treats Hormonal Imbalance
Many of the problems in our body are caused by hormonal imbalances, from skin conditions to mood and appetite. The active ingredients found in marula oil are able to counter those hormonal fluctuations and keep your body functioning normally.
In skin care, ginseng is prized as an anti-aging ingredient because it has so many phytonutrients, and because it helps tone and brighten skin.
Ginseng is considered a strong anti-aging skin care treatment because of its reputation for rejuvenating the look of your skin.
Reduced appearance of wrinkles and fine lines
Anti-aging: Can help firm and tighten your look.
Great for sensitive and oily skin: Ginseng helps counteract dryness, and because of its properties, it can help with oily skin as well as sensitive skin. Its has a natural ability to balance oils.
Brightens skin tone: Some small studies on ginseng berry extract have found that it has potential in lightening and brightening the look of your skin.
Like most herbs, ginseng also protects the skin from environmental stressors.
Acne is a skin condition in which hair follicles become clogged with oil and dead skin cells. Lemon Essential Oil reverses the damage and prevents it. One of the main ingredients of lemon extract is citric acid, which has been found effective against a number of skin problems such as acne. It is because of the presence of vitamin C in this citrus fruit that promotes healthy, glowing skin. Besides, the alkaline nature of the citric fruit kills some types of bacteria known to cause acne.
Lemon Essential Oil is an important part in our beauty routines as they have so many natural benefits, a wonderful source of calcium, vitamin C, magnesium and potassium; all of which help improve the appearance and condition of our skin.
Other benefits of Lemon Essential Oil for your skin is that they can act as an antioxidant, astringent, stimulant, hydrator and also help aid in fighting dry, itchy skin.
Lemon Essential Oil provides a huge dose of the free radical fighting antioxidant vitamin C, which helps keep skin even-toned and helps boost the body’s immune system.
Lemon Essential Oil is a skin astringent as it helps motivate your pores to close and your face to tighten resulting in smoother skin, lightens dark spots and is a natural alkalizing agent, and helps to maintain a steady pH balance
Vitamin C for Anti-Aging & Brighter, Healthier Skin
In any form (and we’ll get to which types work best), vitamin C provides potent antioxidant protection, shielding skin from damaging free radicals—those pesky rogue molecules that promote premature aging. The most abundant forms of free-radical damage are environmental factors we can’t escape—think sun damage, pollution and oxygen—that assault skin on a daily basis, but that’s where topical vitamin C can help (Dermatological Surgery, 2008 & Dermatology Research and Practice, 2012)!
When incorporated into your daily skincare lineup, well-formulated products containing vitamin C can provide a range of benefits that keep your skin younger-looking, longer! See what C can do:
Reduce the appearance of brown spots and other types of sun damage
Helps boost healthy collagen production (hello, firmer skin!)
Reduce inflammation and irritation, both of which cause a cascade of damage
Fade post-breakout red marks by improving skin’s natural healing response
Increase the effectiveness of your sunscreens and boosts your skins defense against UV exposure
Hyaluronic acid is a natural substance in skin that has the stunning capacity to attract and hold vast amounts of moisture. It works overtime by replenishing skin to enhance a healthy look and feel.
Hyaluronic Acid is a key molecule in skin aging and younger skin.
Benefits of Hyaluronic Acid
As we age, our skin loses the ability to preserve moisture, resulting in the visible loss of firmness, pliability, and plumpness. Hyaluronic acid swoops in with the ability to replenish moisture that is crucial to having younger-looking, supple skin.
At the same time, it revitalizes skin’s outer layers so they look and feel softer, smoother, and, glowingly hydrated to instantly improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
How Does Hyaluronic Acid Benefit Skin?
Hyaluronic acid is a glycosaminoglycan, a fancy name for a vital natural substance that’s a youth-supporting part of skin. As the chief glycosaminoglycan in skin, hyaluronic acid works to keep every aspect of skin stable, safeguarded, and constantly renewed. It also has the stunning capacity to attract and hold vast amounts of moisture.
This science-based magic lies in hyaluronic acid’s ability to replenish moisture, a lot of moisture! One gram (0.03 ounce) of hyaluronic acid can hold up to six liters of water. Now that really is mind-blowing! But what’s even more impressive is that hyaluronic acid can do this for skin without tipping the scales and giving skin too much water. Surprisingly, too much water is a problem for skin because it causes key substances holding skin’s surface intact to break down.
Hyaluronic acid’s moisture-binding characteristic is exceptionally important when it comes to skin aging. One of the qualities of youthful skin is its ability to hold water and retain a balanced amount of moisture. As we age, our skin loses the ability to maintain this vital, plumping moisture as well as it once did. The result is visible loss of firmness, pliability, and diminished appearance of plumpness and suppleness.
Hyaluronic acid can enhance moisture content beyond comparison with anything else, and at the same time revitalize skin’s outer layers so they look and feel softer, smoother, and, especially, radiantly hydrated! That’s how it instantly improves the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Hyaluronic acid also provides an antioxidant defense against environmental assault. Now that’s what we call a multitasking anti-aging ingredient.
Hyaluronic acid is actually a natural substance that is already found in our bodies. As with collagen, the younger our skin is, the more hyaluronic acid our skin has. And to put it quite simply-the most radiant and young looking skin contains ample amounts of water. Increase your skin’s water content and you will be restoring the youthfulness of your skin.
Hyaluronic acid is a humectant. This means it draws in water and holds on to it. HA can hold 1000x it’s weight in water. Basically, when hyaluronic acid is abundant in the skin, the skin looks smooth, plump and dewy. As we age, especially in the late 30’s to early 40’s, the amount of hyaluronic acid our skin has, greatly decreases. Well, luckily there is an easy way to replenish it and that’s what we’re going to talk about today!
Hyaluronic acid is not what we think of when we hear the word acid. It is in no way an exfoliant or a harsh substance that will remove dead skin. It’s actually quite the opposite. As I mentioned above, it is responsible for managing the water content of our skin. It grabs and holds on to water. Basically, young skin is well-hydrated. The water is what makes young skin look even, wrinkle free and healthy. Old skin is dehydrated, wrinkled and dull. Restore moisture in the skin and you can restore a healthy glow! It’s really that simple.
Hyaluronic Acid Benefits:
Plumps fine lines and wrinkles!
Repairs the barrier of our skin.
Eradicates free-radical damage.
Smooths and softens skin.
Heals damaged tissue.
Protects from UV rays.
Coenzyme Q10 is an oil-soluble, vitamin-like substance, present naturally in the human body. It helps generate energy and also functions as an antioxidant, protecting the body from damage caused by harmful particles.
When applied topically CoQ10 is able to penetrate into the living cell layers of the skin and cripple both the depth of deep wrinkles, and the turnover of skin cells. It is also highly effective in protecting the outer epidermis from oxidative DNA damage caused by ultraviolet light.
Some studies and trials have shown that damages caused by free radicals can be neutralized by CoQ10. These damages cause wrinkles and make skin appear older, but the antioxidants inside CoQ10 can thwart and reverse skin damage, by preserving the collagen and elastin in the cells giving you younger looking skin.
Red Ginseng Extract, Moringa Oil, Marula Oil, Hyaluronic Acid, Lemon Essential Oil, CoQ10, Coenzyme Q10