Packed with Botanical oils – a powerful natural conditioner leaving skin looking and feeling great without clogging pores. Vitamin, Mineral, Linoleic & Oleic acid rich. Softens & smooths, Hydrates, Replenishes & rejuvenates skin. High in antioxidants
All natural –No artificial colourants, preservatives or parabens. Microbead free. Not tested on animals
Containing the highest concentration of active ingredients that you can get without a prescription, serum supplies hydration, increased nourishment, brightening of the skin.
Serum also helps in strengthening skin cells, serum is particularly suited to this task because it is made up of smaller molecules that can penetrate deeply into the skin and deliver a very high concentration of active ingredients. This makes serum a great tool for skin concerns, like wrinkles.
While other skin products such as creams can contain only 5 to 10 per cent of active ingredients, a serum can contain up to 70 per cent. This means that you’ll actually get results, whether you’re looking to condition for moisturisation, even tone, line reduction, to brighten, firm or get rid of dark spots.
Ingredients: – Caprylic/Capric triglyceride, Brassica Abyssinica (Abyssinian) seed oil, Vitus Vinifera (Grape) seed oil, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) seed oil, Calendula Officianalis flower extract, Parfum** Limonene, Linalool **Allergen free blend with essential oils
The physical benefits of Moffat Minerals Skin Conditioning Serum ingredients
Brassica Abyssinica - Linoleic acid & Oleic acid rich, boosting the production of skin cells. In addition these ingredients have a "calming" effect on your skin. Also packed with multi-vitamins, proteins and minerals. Abyssinica has the ability to moisturize and protect from exterior moisture which can dry skin yet does so without clogging the skins pores.
Vitis Vinifera - Rich in vitamin E along with other multi-vitamins and high in Linoleic acid & minerals. Vitis Vinefera naturally replenishes oils & re-structures damaged and stressed skin tissue. It holds natural antioxidant properties, is anti-inflammatory and ideal for skin hydration, and reparation.
Calendula Officinalis, Helianthus Annuus - Another power packed ingredient high in Oleic acid, vitamins, minerals & Salicylic acid. Calendula has calming & soothing anti-inflammatory properties, the ability to fight excess oil and the ability to speed healing whilst Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil contains antioxidants and has skin softening capabilities yet helps retains moisture by forming a natural barrier for skin, protecting it from damage. It can help diminish fine lines and wrinkles, making skin appear smoother and at the same time give skin a radiant youthful complexion. Helping in the decrease of inflammation in your skin and helping boost the production of new skin cells. As a result, skin has a refreshed appearance.
Citrus Nobilis - Toning, clarifying & cleansing. Citrus Nobilis is circulation boosting and refreshing and possesses anti-bacterial and antispasmodic properties as well as the capability to help with stretch marks and increasing circulation.
Mentha piperita - Traditionally, this herb has been known for its medicinal uses. Metha piperita is know to provide relief from stress and contains numerous minerals and nutrients. It is a stimulant with antiseptic, tonic, purifying, refreshing and anti-itching properties.
Linoleic acid - A powerhouse ingredient in skin care reknowned for its ability to heal, hydrate and plump. Including two types of essential fatty acids – alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), an omega-3 EFA, and linoleic acid (LA), an omega-6 EFA.
Oleic acid - Those with dry skin are usually prone to skin conditions due to “sticky” skincells clogging pores which can be characterized by tight, irritated, itchy, flaky skin. The best oils to use for dry skin are oils that contain higher amounts of oleic acid.
Minerals - The importance of minerals in skincare is so often overlooked, especially in comparison to the attention vitamins receive. Minerals are essentially the “spark plugs” of the body, carrying out important functions through enzyme reactions. They facilitate the transfer of nutrients across cell membranes with important assistance from vitamins. Additionally, maintain PH balance and nerve conduction, contract and relax muscles, provide structural support, and regulate tissue growth to maintain healthy vibrant skin.
Protein - Helps to strengthen and rejuvenate your skin. Protein will aid collagen to keep your skin firm and help to maintain the firmness and elasticity in your skin.
Vitamin E - Works to block free radicals from the body, which play a large part in the aging process. If we can fight off free radicals then we can reduce wrinkles and keep the skin looking youthful. Vitamin E is both a nutrient and an antioxidant. It helps neutralise free radicals which damage cells and might contribute to skin ailments. Fighting free radicals can reduce wrinkles and keeping the skin looking youthful.
Vitamin C - Is the most searched for beauty product because it is widely known for its powerfull antioxidant benefits to the skin, brilliantly boosting collagen whilst giving some helping treating UV exposure which can breakdown your collagen and encourage wrinkles and sagging.
Vitamin C is a key anti-ageing skincare ingredient that helps to gently brighten and smooth your skin, boosting skin’s luminosity and skin tone.
Vitamin B - Has long been popular amongst individuals looking for healthy vibrant skin, having been shown to improve the ability of the epidermis, the upper-most layer of the skin, to retain moisture – leading to softer, smoother skin with less dryness and flakiness, and a reduction of fine lines.
Vitamin A - Encourages healthy skin cell production. Vitamin A contains retinal, retinol and retinoic acid and other provitamin A carotenoids, like beta-carotene. Beta-carotene (and the other carotenoids) which are important to cell production and growth. It also stimulates fibroblasts—the cells responsible for developing tissue that keeps skin firm and healthy—in the deep layers of your skin.
It can protect against uv damage and slows signs of aging. It encourages healthy skin cell production and can help protect against infection. By promoting cell production, vitamin A helps strengthen the skin barrier, protecting the complexion from harmful irritants that attempt to attack the surface.
And our secret ingredient....clean fresh Scottish air!
The Truth Behind Serums
If you have sensitive or breakout-prone skin, you know how important avoiding cheap occlusive agents (like mineral oil and petroleum) can be. Serums are designed so they don’t contain any of those. Their goal is to get past the outer layer of your skin and deliver their greatness deep down, so anything that could get in the way of that mission is left out of the cocktail entirely. The result? A pure, potent skincare potion.
It happens that when our skin gets oily, the last thing we want to do is moisturize and add more fuel to the grease-fire. But then our sebaceous glands go bonkers, overproducing oil to try to compensate for what it feels like is extreme dryness. Our attempts to make our skin less oily end up making us oilier! That’s where serums come in. Far lighter and faster to absorb serum keeps your skin hydrated without contributing to that greasy feeling that we all hate so much and because you’re keeping hydrated, your skin won’t overproduce sebum—thus making you less oily in the long run.
It would appear that Serums are more expensive than any other skincare product, however this is not necessarily the case. If you invest in a good serum, you will find a successful product and it will not be necessary to use multiple products that may not be anywhere as effective or give you the visible results.
What you put on your body goes into your body.
Your skincare regime is as important as your diet. Your skin is the largest organ in your body and to help it stay healthy you need to provide it with natural ingredients that will give the rich nutrients it needs.
Your skin will love you for it!