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Ingredients

A-Z DAVID DEANS INGREDIENTS LIST

Read about the nature and effect of each ingredient: what it is, what it does and where it comes from.

Our guarantee: safe, natural ingredients, scientifically formulated.

 
Rice Bran Peptides/ Soya

The blood flow in the fine capillaries around the eye can become quite stagnant causing dark circles. Hydrolysed Rice Bran Proteins have shown promising improvements in micro-circulation as well as strengthening collagen integrity. It is hypoallergenic and also minimizes inflammation and puffiness.


 
Rose Hip Oil

Contains high concentration of Vitamin C and A. It is used to reduce signs of premature aging, moisturise, diminish scars and help/heal skin conditions (burns, dermatitis, eczema etc). It also a carrier oil rich in fatty acids to help strengthen capillaries and connective tissue.


 
Sea Buckthorn Oil

Traditionally used in Eastern Medicine for skin revitalising and restorative properties. Today these properties are attributed to high concentration of Vitamin A, C, E and essential fatty acids which provide a potent antioxidant mix to fight against aging, dry, inflamed and sun damage skin. It has also shown promise in wound healing and excess skin pigmentation by radiation burns.


 
Shea Butter

“Woman’s Gold” as known in Africa, its’ an effective moisturiser whilst also making the skin more flexible and elastic. It is known to help heal burns, scars, dermatitis and other skin conditions. It has a high concentration of Vitamin E and helps skin be protected by harmful UV rays.


 
Silk Powder

Mostly used for its silky texture as it is soft, air permeable and can balance out both moisture and oil.


 
Soapwort Extract

The Romans called it “water softener”. It has detergent and cleansing properties. Also some research suggest it has anti-bacterial properties.


 
Sunflower Oil

Excellent in retaining and controlling moisture, it is very light and non-greasy. It is rich in vitamins (Vitamin A, C, E and D) and many essential fatty acids.


 
Vegetable Glycerine

As a moisturiser works best to relieve skin conditions (eczema, psoriasis and acne) through hypoallergenic, anti-bacterial, non-irritating properties. It also possesses factors to reduce aging elements as a humectant.


 
Vitamin A

Palmitate It readily penetrates and initiates a chain of reactions to decrease the formation of wrinkles. It has properties to block UVA and UVB rays and to stimulate cell rejuvenation, and reduce photo-damage.


 
Vitamin B5

Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic acid) both shields and helps heal the skin from irritants and allergens. As a strong anti-inflammatory it is known to aid in sunburn, contact dermatitis and other skin conditions. In combating acne, it aids Co-enzyme A in metabolising of oil and fatty acids, less oil equates to less acne. It also has the potential to increase elasticity.