Below is the list of ingredients natural cosmetics what we use in Ibizaloe for the production of our Aloe Vera cosmetics. 100% natural ingredients with no parabens or chemicals used together with our raw material, Aloe Vera produced on our plantation grown in an ecological and sustainable way.


Acacia running flower wax

Scientific name: Acacia running flower wax Common name: Acacia flower wax


It is the wax obtained from the flowers of Acacia decurrens, also known as mimosa. It is used to soften, protect and repair the skin by forming a film on it, thus preventing water loss. Adds texture to cosmetics.

Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice

Scientific name: Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice Common name: Aloe vera


Aloe barbadensis is the variety of Aloe that is known as Aloe vera. It is mainly a cell regenerator so it has very wide uses. Thanks to its large amount of amino acids and vitamins, topically it helps multiple skin problems such as burns, acne, rosacea, psoriasis or even mosquito or jellyfish bites. Ideal for dry, irritated or sensitive skin. It also stimulates collagen production, helping to reduce stretch marks, heal wounds and scars, and improve problems such as osteoarthritis or arthritis. And ingested, it helps heal ulcers, reflux, heartburn, irritable bowel, heavy digestion among many other benefits. Rich in minerals, vitamins, amino acids and enzymes.


Scientific name: Aqua Common name: Water


Water is a substance whose molecule is composed of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen (H2O) joined by a covalent bond.

Arachidyl Alcohol

Scientific name: Arachidyl Alcohol Common name: Arachidyl alcohol


It is an ingredient that appears in many creams and body lotions as it helps to mix the ingredients, emulsify them, controls their consistency and prevents moisture loss from the skin by forming a thin film

Arachidyl Glucoside

Scientific name: Arachidyl Glucoside Common name: Arachidyl glucoside


It is obtained from the condensation of arachidylic alcohol with glucose. It is used as an emulsifier, that is, it helps to mix liquids that are apparently difficult to mix. It is a good moisturizer without feeling greasy.

Argania spinosa Kernel Oil

Scientific name: Argania spinosa Kernel Oil Common name: Argan oil


Liquid gold, as it is called in countries like Morocco, has been used since ancient times for its great nutritional and restorative capacity, since it contains a high amount of unsaturated fatty acids in a very balanced way, added to ferulic acid, it corrects spots, marks and It helps reduce wrinkles, which makes it widely used in anti-aging products. Argan oil is obtained by cold pressing the seeds that fall from the Argania spinosa tree.

Arnica montana Flower extract

Scientific name: Arnica montana Flower extract. Common name: Arnica


Arnica flower extract is widely used in cosmetics and medicine because, thanks to the concentration of thymol in its roots, it helps eliminate internal spills. It has anti-inflammatory and anti-aging properties. Due to its different components, it increases the elasticity of the skin, protects it from external agents and minimizes damage from UV rays.

Ascorbic acid

Scientific name: Ascorbic acid
Common name: Ascorbic acid or vitamin C


It is found naturally in many fruits and vegetables, such as citrus fruits. It is a powerful antioxidant and therefore in food it is used to slow down the process of food deterioration. It is known in this way as E300. Ascorbic acid or vitamin C also favors the formation and repair of collagen in the damaged dermis, helps to heal wounds and protects the immune system, among other functions.

Ascorbyl Palmitate

Scientific name: Ascorbyl Palmitate Common name: Ascorbyl Palmitate


It is the fat-soluble and most stable form of vitamin C, as this vitamin is water-soluble and highly unstable. It regenerates connective tissue by stimulating collagen production, reduces blemishes and wrinkles, and has antioxidant properties that make it a perfect anti-aging ingredient.

avena sativa kernel extract

Scientific name: avena sativa kernel extract Common name: Oat Extract


Oatmeal is a cereal with a large amount of vitamins, minerals and lipids which act very positively on the skin and hair. Anti-inflammatory, soothing and moisturizing properties are attributed to it, among many others. In addition, it has the ability to be sebum-regulating and cleansing, eliminating dead cells and dirt. Thanks to its set of lipids, it prevents the loss of water from the skin, preventing dehydration and acting as a protective barrier. Natural softener.

behenyl alcohol

Scientific name: behenyl alcohol Common name: Docosanol


It is a fatty alcohol that preserves the moisture of the products, softening the skin and works as an emulsifier and stabilizer. Helps foaming products to form and stabilize foam.

Benzoic acid

Scientific name: Benzoic acid Common name: Benzoic acid


It is a cosmetic and food preservative (E210), with antifungal and antibacterial action. It is found in nature in many plants, especially berries such as blueberries.

benzyl alcohol

Scientific name: benzyl alcohol Common name: benzyl alcohol


It is an alcohol that is naturally present in many plants and fruits such as jasmine, garlic or blackcurrants. It comes from the fermentation of sugar solutions of these plants. It is used to inhibit the development of microorganisms in products, that is, as a preservative; antiseptic and astringent; dissolves other substances; controls the viscosity of the product; and is used as a fragrance in perfumes.


Scientific name: Bisabolol Common name: Levomenol


It is an extract obtained from the essential oil of chamomile flowers. Widely used for its soothing, regenerative, healing and anti-inflammatory properties. In addition, it illuminates and eliminates skin blemishes as it reduces pigmentation by preventing the creation of melanin.

Buttyrospermum parki butter

Scientific name: Buttyrospermum parki butter Common name: Shea Butter


It is obtained from the fat of the fruit of the African shea tree. It contains a large amount of fats, vitamins A and E and allantoin, the latter with moisturizing, anti-irritant and soothing properties. Shea butter strengthens the skin's lipid barrier, making it ideal for damaged skin. Softens, hydrates and soothes without leaving a greasy feeling. It is a very good ally for all skin types.

Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract

Scientific name: Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract Common name: calendula


It is a plant of the daisy family. It is especially known for its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and soothing properties. Calendula essential oil has antimicrobial properties against bacteria and fungi. Relieves redness and acne as well as having great healing power. Ideal for dry or sensitive skin that needs hydration.

Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract

Scientific name: Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract Common name: tea plant


It is the extract of the leaves of the bush from which green tea is obtained. Green tea has many properties, but one of the most outstanding is its antioxidant power, both internally and topically. This is thanks to its high polyphenol content. It also contains tannins with astringent power, which helps to gently exfoliate the skin and reduce pores. Its small mucilage helps keep the skin moist and makes it softer. It is anti-inflammatory and inhibits the action of collagenase, maintaining the elasticity and firmness of the skin. It also has vitamins and has a small ability to absorb UV rays.

Candelilla/jojoba/Rice Bran Polyglyceryl – 3 Esters

Scientific name: NA Common name: Candelilla/jojoba/Rice Bran Polyglyceryl – 3 Esters


It is formed through three ingredients: jojoba wax, rice bran wax and Euphorbia Cerifera (Candelilla) wax with polyglycerin-3. This mixture of waxes with glycerin helps to thicken the mixture and provide the right viscosity, as well as being a good stabilizer.

Caprilyc acid

Scientific name: Caprilyc acid Common name: caprylic acid


It is found in a small percentage in coconut and palm oil, and in the milk fat of mammals. It is used as an emollient and natural surfactant. It has antifungal and antibacterial properties.

Caprylic / capric Triglyceride

Scientific name: Caprylic / capric Triglyceride Common name: Caprylic triglyceride


It is normally obtained from coconut oil. It is a very neutral oil and therefore does not irritate the skin. Used for its great ability to regenerate the skin and moisturize. It absorbs quickly without leaving a greasy feeling. It is also used on the hair to add shine and moisturize it.


Scientific name: carrageenan Common name: Carrageenan


It comes from the red algae Chondrus crispus and is used as a gelling agent and binder. Like the vast majority of algae, it has many vitamins, minerals, amino acids and carbohydrates that we are also providing to our skin or hair.

Centella Asiatica Extract

Scientific name: Centella Asiatica Extract Common name: Centella Asiatica Extract


Plant that has been used in traditional medicine for its incredible therapeutic uses. Known for its healing, repairing properties and anti-fungal action. Helps reduce wrinkles, stretch marks and cellulite as it stimulates the production of collagen and fibroblasts.

Wax Alba

Scientific name: Wax Alba Common name: Bee wax


White beeswax is used in many lotions, ointments or lip sticks due to the consistency it provides to the product. In addition, it is antibacterial and anti-inflammatory. Beeswax has many vitamins that nourish our skin and has protective and moisturizing properties. Unlike petroleum-derived waxes like paraffins, this one doesn't clog pores.

Cetearyl Alcohol

Scientific name: Cetearyl Alcohol Common name: Cetearyl alcohol


Cetearyl alcohol belongs to the family of fatty alcohols and is obtained naturally from plants and their fruits. It is used as an emollient, which softens or softens the skin; helps thicken creams and stabilize them; reduces the transparency of cosmetics; and controls viscosity.

Cetearyl Glucoside

Scientific name: Cetearyl Glucoside Common name: Cetearyl glucoside


It is obtained from cetearyl alcohol with glucose. In cosmetics it is used by reducing the surface tension of liquids and thus allowing the ingredients to mix and fuse better. Ideal for sensitive skin.

Cetearyl Olive

Scientific name: Cetearyl Olive Common name: Cetearyl Olivate


Formed from ceteryl alcohol and fatty acids from olive oil. Emulsifying and emollient, leaving the skin soft and hydrated. It has a rapid absorption which makes it positive for oily and mature skin. It is also used to smooth hair.

Cetyl Alcohol

Scientific name: Cetyl Alcohol Common name: Cetyl alcohol


It is obtained from vegetable oil, such as coconut or palm oil, and is especially recommended for dry skin and hair. Softens and protects the skin and detangles and softens the hair. It is insoluble in water, but it is capable of fixing it and therefore incorporating soluble substances into it.

Cetyl palmitate

Scientific name: Cetyl palmitate Common name: Cetyl Palmitate


It is formed from cetyl alcohol and palmitic acid. This compound forms a waterproof film on the skin that retains moisture and prevents water loss. Emollient that stands out for its dry touch and its ability to improve the texture of the mixture. It was formerly known as spermaceti and was obtained from whales. Fortunately today this is not the case.

Chamomile extract oil

Scientific name: Chamomile extract oil Common name: Chamomile or Chamomile Oil


Chamomile Oil is an oily extract of chamomile flower in sunflower oil. It has been used for many years in home remedies and has many uses and benefits. It has soothing, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and vasodilator properties. They help fight acne and redness. In addition, it must be taken into account that the properties of sunflower oil add up. In cosmetics it is used in numerous decongestant tonics, lotions, shampoos, hair masks, anti-acne creams,… It is also widely used in remedies for digestive problems, relaxation and/or stress reduction.

Chamomilla Recutita Flower Extract

Scientific name: Chamomilla Recutita Flower Extract Common name: Chamomile flower extract


It is an extract from Chamomile flowers. They are flowers with a powerful anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, healing and soothing action. Chamomile has no allergenic potential and the bisabolol that it contains promotes that active substances can penetrate the skin. It is ideal for treating eczema, dermatitis, redness or acne, as it balances oily skin.

Cinnamom camphora

Scientific name: Cinnamom camphora Common name: camphor


comes from the plant Cinnamom camphora and it is used to relieve muscle pain, bumps, sprains and even decongest the respiratory tract or repel insects. It has great anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and stimulating power.


Scientific name: Citral Common name: Citral


El citral or geranial is an extract of the essential oils of some plants such as lemon, grapefruit, ginger, bergamot, geranium, … among many others. It is used to give a pleasant smell to the product as well as to refresh and stimulate the microcirculation of the tissues. It has anti-inflammatory, firming, anti-cellulite, fungicidal properties and is a good tonic among others.

Citric Acid

Scientific name: Citric Acid Common name: Citric acid


It is naturally present in many fruits and vegetables, especially citrus fruits, and can even be obtained through fermentation. It is widely used not only in cosmetics but also in food due to its antioxidant power, mainly. It is capable of trapping metal ions and joining them, in this way we make our products last longer. It also regulates the pH, something very important in the skin.


Scientific name: Citronellol Common name: NA


It is an odor molecule that is naturally present in citronella, roses or geranium. Provides a fresh, floral and light scent. It also works as a mosquito repellant.

Citrus Aurantium Amara Flower Water

Scientific name: Citrus Aurantium Amara Flower Water Common name: Bitter orange flower water


Also known as bitter orange flower water. Widely used in aromatherapy and cosmetics. It has the power to produce a feeling of well-being on our skin and senses. Contains active ingredients such as vitamin C, which is a powerful antioxidant that revitalizes and rejuvenates the skin. It nourishes, tones, regenerates and has antibacterial and antiseptic properties.

Citrus paradise peel oil

Scientific name: Citrus paradise peel oil Common name: White Grapefruit essential oil


It is obtained from the cold pressing of the white grapefruit rind. It is a great antiseptic and preservative. It has the ability to inhibit the growth of many fungi, bacteria, viruses or parasites, which helps cosmetics last longer in good condition. It is a rich source of vitamin A, B1 and C as well as magnesium and calcium among others. Vitamin C promotes the formation of collagen, the main protein in connective tissues (skin, tendons, ligaments and muscles). Added to its fresh fragrance.

Coconut Caprylate

Scientific name: Coconut Caprylate Common name: NA


It is a natural emollient obtained from coconut. It is the ideal substitute for synthetic silicones. It has great absorption power and therefore makes creams less thick and penetrate better. Softens skin and hair without leaving a greasy feeling.

Cocos Nucifera Oil

Scientific name: Cocos Nucifera Oil Common name: Coconut oil


It is obtained from the cold pressing of coconut meat. It has a great source of fatty acids similar to those of our own skin, which makes it an ideal moisturizer for both the body and the hair, even recovering some of these lipids that we lose as we age. It is also a very good natural conditioner, leaving hair silky and shiny, and repairing it if it is damaged.


Scientific name: Coumarin Common name: Coumarin


It is an odor compound that is found naturally in essential oils of, for example, lavender, some roses, cinnamon, lemongrass,... It is used to perfume.

Cupressus sempervirens 

Scientific name: Cupressus sempervirens Common name: Cypress


Cypress oil, in addition to providing a woody aroma, is very beneficial for the circulatory system, vasoconstrictor and decongestant of the lymphatic system, making it ideal for treating cellulite and edema. It also helps acne and improves healing.

Cymbopogon martini herb essential oil

Scientific name: Cymbopogon martini herb essential oil Common name: Palmarosa essential oil


From the lemongrass and citronella family. Contains a lot of content geraniol in its essential oil so its aroma is a bit like that of roses and geraniums. In addition to its perfume, it is used for skin care, especially dry or unbalanced skin, as well as small infections, eczema, psoriasis. Reduces irritation and inflammation. It helps reduce emotional stress and its stimulating properties help relax emotions and leave insecurities behind.

Cymbopogon schoenanthus

Scientific name: Cymbopogon schoenanthus Common name: Lemongrass


From the citronella family. It is obtained by distilling the fresh leaves. Among its properties, its bactericidal, fungicidal, insect repellent, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-cellulite, tonic and firming power stands out. Helps treat acne and oily skin. Since ancient times, it has been a widely used ingredient in traditional Indian medicine for its many uses.

Decyl Glucoside

Scientific name: Decyl Glucoside Common name: Decyl glucoside


It is a non-ionic and water-soluble surfactant (reduces water hardness) of plant origin, widely used in products such as shower gels, shampoos, baby products, etc. It is not very aggressive, so it is suitable for the most sensitive skin, such as that of the babies. It is a derivative of coconut oil and glucose and is authorized organic. It works as a cleaning agent; emulsion stabilizer, that is, it promotes the emulsion process and improves the stability and shelf life of the emulsion; and is a surfactant, it reduces the surface tension of cosmetics and contributes to the uniform distribution of the product when used. It is characterized by producing abundant foam.

Decyl Oleate

Scientific name: Decyl Oleate Common name: Decyl Oleate


In hair products, it provides the hair with shine, lubrication and slip. It tends to stay on the surface of the hair before being absorbed. The same happens on the skin, it lubricates and leaves a soft but not greasy touch. It is obtained from oleic acid of vegetable origin, present in oils such as olive, avocado, safflower or canola.

Euterpe oleracea fruit extract

Scientific name: Euterpe oleracea fruit extract Common name: Acai


The açaí palm is a native plant of northern South America, appreciated for the nutritional properties of its fruit. There are studies that show that it is one of the fruits with the highest antioxidant properties due to its dark purple color that is produced by compounds called anthocyanins, and therefore helps prevent premature aging. It has vitamins A, C and the B complex and omega 3, 6 and 9 essential for our body.


Scientific name: farnesol Common name: NA


It is a component of the essential oil of plants such as neroli, roses, ylang ylang or citronella. In addition to its aroma, the farnesol It is a component of vitamin K that smoothes wrinkles and gives a smoother and firmer appearance. In the case of oily skin, it helps control excess sebum in the pores.


Scientific name: galactoarabinan Common name: NA


It is a polysaccharide that is obtained from larches, a pine family tree, and is used for its ability to retain water by swelling and thus preventing wrinkles from forming on the skin. In the same way, it reduces expression lines, provides elasticity and firmness. It also forms a film that prevents water from evaporating from the skin. Thanks to its phenolic groups, it disperses the sun's rays, working as a sunscreen.


Scientific name: Geraniol Common name: NA


It is a component of the essential oil of plants such as lemon or geranium. Its smell can remind grapefruit, blueberry, lemon or rose. It also works as an insect repellant.

Ginkgo biloba

Scientific name: Ginkgo biloba Common name: NA


It is one of the tree species that in biology are considered living fossils since it has been preserved practically intact for millions of years, and in its case, without living “relatives”. It even came to share a planet with the dinosaurs. It is widely used in traditional medicine for its many properties, including circulatory problems, relieving joint pain and tired legs, improving concentration and memory, as well as helping moods such as stress and anxiety.

glycerin XNUMX%

Scientific name: glycerin XNUMX% Common name: Glycerin


It is part of vegetable and animal fats and has the ability to retain water, which is why it is considered a moisturizer. It also has the ability to mimic the ideal level of moisture of healthy skin, which makes it a very interesting ingredient in cosmetics. It also helps stabilize emulsions, protects the skin and regenerates it.

glycerin XNUMX% Undecylenate

Scientific name: glycerin XNUMX% Undecylenate Common name: NA


It is obtained from a derivative of glycerin and a vegetable oil such as rapeseed and castor seeds. It is widely used in cosmetics for its ability to emulsify, that is, it helps to mix the different components of the formula, added to its antimicrobial power.

Glyceryl Caprylate

Scientific name: Glyceryl Caprylate Common name: NA


It is an ester of fatty acids of vegetable origin. Used in creams for its ability to soften the skin and moisturize it and as an emulsion stabilizer (mixtures of water and oil).

Glyceryl Stearate

Scientific name: Glyceryl Stearate Common name: NA


It is a fatty acid that is obtained from vegetables and is found naturally in our body. This fatty acid forms a film on our skin that makes water stay longer in our body, preventing its loss, and makes our skin feel soft and silky. It derives from glycerin and stearic acid. In addition, it helps to emulsify the mixtures.

Harpagophytum procumbens

Scientific name: Harpagophytum procumbens Common name: Devil's claw


Harpagofito or devil's claw has been used for many years for its anti-inflammatory, analgesic and anti-rheumatic benefits, which makes it very interesting for chronic problems such as osteoarthritis. It also helps reduce fever and improve digestive problems, in addition to stimulating appetite. It originates from the African continent.

Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil

Scientific name: Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil Common name: Sunflower oil


Commonly known as sunflower oil. Very rich in vitamin E that acts as an antioxidant and in linoleic, oleic, stearic, palmitic acids, sterols and squalene. It is a light vegetable oil that nourishes and regenerates oily skin, penetrating quickly. Good anti-inflammatory and carrier of active substances.

Hibiscus sabdariffa Flower extract

Scientific name: Hibiscus sabdariffa Flower extract Common name: Hibiscus


It is obtained from the flowers of the hibiscus. Hibiscus is a powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-aging due in part to its amounts of vitamin C, which, among other things, promotes collagen production and prevents the loss of elastin. It is a natural exfoliant which helps to have smooth skin without imperfections. Thanks to its high content of flavonoids, it regulates blood circulation.

Lavandula officinalis flower oil

Scientific name: Lavandula officinalis flower oil Common name: Lavender Oil


Lavender is well known for its characteristic perfume, this is thanks to the terpenic alcohols it possesses (geraniol and linalool) that give us a calming effect on the nervous system. In addition to relaxing our mind, it has anti-inflammatory, healing, and antiseptic properties, and it relieves burns and insect bites, among other things.


Scientific name: Limonene Common name: limonene


It is part of many essential oils and is found in the skin of many citrus fruits. It is mainly used for its stimulating smell. But it also enhances the absorption of other molecules in the skin, it is a natural antioxidant that prevents premature aging and calms irritated skin.


Scientific name: Linalool Common name: NA


It is an odorous component that is found naturally in essential oils and provides aroma to cosmetics. It has hints of flowers and mint. It is found for example in cinnamon, mint, citrus or birch.

Lycium barbarum fruit extract

Scientific name: Lycium barbarum fruit extract Common name: goji berries


It is considered a superfood for the amount of benefits it brings us. Very rich in antioxidants such as vitamins C, A and E and minerals (calcium, iron, selenium, potassium,...) that repair the skin and protect it, among other things from pollution or the sun, counteract aging and they promote the synthesis of collagen, so important in our skin, muscles and tendons. Goyi berries also have the characteristic of being the only or practically the only ones that have LBP polysaccharides, known for their anti-aging power. They promote the nutrition and tonicity of the skin tissues. It also repairs damaged hair.

Dirty husbands

Scientific name: Dirty husbands Common name: Sea salt


Sea salt provides minerals such as sodium, magnesium or calcium that prevent skin irritation, dryness and naturally absorb toxins. Helps remove dead cells by acting as an exfoliant. Calcium cleanses the pores which helps acne skin. And if it is used in hair products, it adds volume and shine.


Scientific name: menthol Common name: Menthol


It is a natural alcohol found in different species of mints. In addition to its smell, it is widely used to relieve pain and small sprains. Provides a cooling effect without cooling the skin. This is due to a series of reactions in the nerve endings under the skin that prevent the sensation of heat and therefore pain from reaching the brain. It is a mild analgesic and antibacterial.


Scientific name: Mica Common name: NA


Micas are a group of minerals belonging to the silicates. These are laminated, soft and flexible as well as being shiny, which is why they are used in cosmetics as a natural pigment to give luminosity and shine. It also works as an anti-caking agent, helping the fluidity of solid particles and preventing the agglomeration of cosmetic powders.

Olea europaea fruit oil

Scientific name: Olea europaea fruit oil Common name: Olive oil


It is the oil obtained from the cold pressing of olives. It is a great anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and helps improve blood circulation. Protects and moisturizes the skin, as well as being soothing. Soothes irritated scalp, gives strength and shine to hair and nails. Ideal for sensitive skin. It is the base of numerous soaps and moisturizing creams.

Aluminum oxide

Scientific name: Aluminum oxide Common name: Aluminum


It is a natural mineral composed of aluminum oxide. It works as an anti-caking, thickening, absorbent and waterproofing agent, which is why it appears in numerous powder makeups or lipsticks. It can also be found as a whitener in toothpastes due to its abrasion. And in sunscreens with physical filters since it reflects the sun's UV rays.


Scientific name: Perfume Common name: Fragrance



Pelargonium Graveolens

Scientific name: Pelargonium Graveolens Common name: Geranium


The scented geranium, in addition to aromatherapy, is used for its multiple benefits. Helps to heal and regenerate small wounds and cracks in the skin. Regulates excessively dry or oily skin in addition to positive antibacterial and antifungal properties to fight acne. Gives the skin a healthy appearance. In addition to improving circulation and mental health among others.

Persea Freesima Oil

Scientific name: Persea Freesima Oil Common name: Avocado oil


It is obtained by cold pressing the bone and pulp of the avocado. It is rich in vitamins (E, A, B1, B2 and B3, among others), antioxidants, fatty acids, proteins and minerals. Avocado oil is used in cosmetics as an emulsifier. In addition to promoting cell regeneration and moisturizing in depth. Ideal for the care of dry, cracked or damaged skin. It acts against aging and provides nutrition and shine to the hair.

phytic acid

Scientific name: phytic acid Common name: Phytic acid


It is an organic acid that contains phosphorus, present in vegetables, especially in cereals, legumes and seeds. It is an enzyme inhibitor, in particular, it inhibits tyrosine, which helps prevent skin depigmentation, thus preventing skin blemishes. In the same way it has an illuminating effect on the skin. It is a powerful antioxidant, deeply exfoliates and reduces wrinkles.

Polyglyceryl-4 Caprate

Scientific name: Polyglyceryl-4 Caprate Common name: NA


It is a natural alternative to PEGs (petroleum derived molecules) to disperse oil (for example, an essential oil) in water. It also provides elasticity and softness to the skin.


Scientific name: Polyglyceryl-3 Common name: NA


It comes from glycerin and castor oil. It is used as an emulsifier, also leaving a pleasant sensation on the skin.

Polyglyceryl-4 Laurate/sebacate

Scientific name: Polyglyceryl-4 Laurate/sebacate Common name: NA


It is a mixture of lauric and sebacic acid and a form of the polyglycerol molecule. It is used to make mixing easier (emulsifier), soften and soften the skin (emollient) and has antibacterial properties.

Polyglyceryl-6 Caprylate/caprate

Scientific name: Polyglyceryl-6 Caprylate/caprate Common name: NA


It is the mixture of polyglycerin-6 (oily molecule with antifungal properties) and caprylate and caprate, which are derived from coconut and palm oil. It is used as a stabilizer for the mixture, improves its shelf life, softens the skin and helps the product to be mixed uniformly.

Potassium Sorbate

Scientific name: Potassium Sorbate Common name: NA


Potassium sorbate is the salt of sorbic acid and is used as a preservative in cosmetics, as well as in the food sector (E-202). It is harmless to human body. It protects cosmetic products from fungi and is very compatible with the skin.


Scientific name: Propaneediol Common name: NA


It is obtained from the fermentation of corn sugar or synthetically. It is the perfect natural and biodegradable alternative to glycols from petroleum. It is used in cosmetics as a moisturizing agent, emollient and solvent.

Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis Oil

Scientific name: Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis Oil Common name: Sweet almond oil


Thanks to its high composition in fatty acids (oleic acid, linoleic acid and palmitic acid), it is one of the most used oils in cosmetics. Deflates and calms skin irritations, hydrates and softens all skin types. Rich in vitamins A, B1, B2 and B6 and minerals.

Rosa Canina Fruit Oil

Scientific name: Rosa Canina Fruit Oil Common name: Rosehip essential oil


It is obtained from the seeds of what we know as rose hips or wild roses. It is a powerful antioxidant thanks to its high content of vitamin C, in addition to promoting the production of collagen. Widely used for its regenerative properties and cell renewal in dry skin, blemishes and scars. Rich in fatty acids that provide hydration and elasticity to the skin.

Rosmarinus officinalis flower oil

Scientific name: Rosmarinus officinalis flower oil Common name: Rosemary essential oil


Rosemary essential oil, in addition to the aroma it gives off, has incredible properties. It is antiseptic and antibiotic so it fights against bacteria. It has tannins that have astringent and anti-inflammatory properties, helping to treat oily skin. These tannins are also healing, regenerating and recovering damaged tissue. Beneficial for skin conditions such as dermatitis, psoriasis or eczema. It is a good anti-inflammatory and relaxing which helps, for example, contractures and muscle pain. It activates blood circulation, nourishes the skin with minerals such as calcium or iron, … among many other things.

Salvia officinalis

Scientific name: Salvia officinalis Common name: sage


Commonly called sage, from the same family as rosemary, oregano, or basil. This has thermoregulatory properties that help to paralyze the nerve endings of the sweat glands, thus helping excessive sweating and hot flashes. Astringent, anti-inflammatory, improves digestion, regulates blood levels thanks to its hypoglycemic properties and improves mood.

Sesamum Indicum Seed Oil 

Scientific name: Sesamum Indicum Seed Oil Common name: Sesame oil


It is an oil used since ancient times for its great benefits. Thanks to its vitamin E content, it penetrates very well into the skin, nourishing it in depth, it has a small solar factor and is a great antioxidant. Antioxidant that is linked to a slower aging of cells, what we know as the anti aging effect. It is an oil that helps the active ingredients of other components of the product to better penetrate the skin. It improves circulation, fights acne and works as an anti-inflammatory. It is also used as a hair conditioner.

Simmondsia Chinensis Seed Oil

Scientific name: Simmondsia Chinensis Seed Oil Common name: Jojoba Oil


It is an oil widely used in cosmetics because, among other things, its fatty acid structure is very similar to that found in our skin, which makes it a very good moisturizer even for the most sensitive skin, it is easily absorbed without leave greasy feeling. Keeps skin healthy and supple. And it also has the ability to release excess fat and improve scars. Thanks to its content in linoleic acids and vitamin E, it is a good skin regenerator and antioxidant.

Sodium Benzoate

Scientific name: Sodium Benzoate Common name: Sodium benzoate


It is a salt of benzoic acid that is used as an antibacterial and antifungal preservative, that is, against fungi, yeasts and bacteria. Prevents them from growing and proliferating. In food it is known as E211. It is naturally present in fruits such as apples, plums or blueberries.

Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate

Scientific name: Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate Common name: Sodium cocoyl glutamate


It is made from the fatty acids in coconut oil and an amino acid, glutaman. It is a fairly mild anionic surfactant and used in organic formulations. It works as a cleaning agent and surfactant.

sodium hyaluronate

Scientific name: sodium hyaluronate Common name: Hyaluronic acid


It is the salt of hyaluronic acid. It is found naturally in our body, thus maintaining water reserves for good joint mobility (connective tissue) and skin cell regeneration. At plant level it can also be obtained from biosynthesis from cereals or cellulose. Hyaluronic acid is a fairly large molecule, so in cosmetics what is used is its salt, which is smaller and penetrates the skin much better. This salt is a very good humectant that attracts and retains water. The more hyaluronic acid, the more collagen the body produces, thus reducing wrinkles and expression lines.

Sodium Stearoyl Lactylate

Scientific name: Sodium Stearoyl Lactylate Common name: NA


It works as an emulsifier, helping and stabilizing mixtures of water and oil. It is also a very good moisturizer.

Sorbitan Oleate

Scientific name: Sorbitan Oleate Common name: Oleate of sorbitan


It is an emulsifier that can be found in moisturizers, hair styling products, and soaps. Helps bind ingredients together and prevent a formula from separating. In fragranced products, it also helps with fragrance distribution. It is obtained through a chemical reaction that we get from glucose.

Sorbitan Olive

Scientific name: Sorbitan Olive Common name: Sorbitan Olivate


It is an emulsifier free of parabens and other petroleum derivatives (PEG) obtained from the fatty acids of olive oil esterified with sorbitol, a natural sugar present in several families of plants, red algae and some fruits. This emulsifier is particularly mild and hypoallergenic.

Sorbitan palmitate

Scientific name: Sorbitan palmitate Common name: Sorbitan Palmitate


It acts as an emulsifier to facilitate the mixing of compounds such as water and oil. Its origin is mostly vegetable. In power is the E495.

stearic acid

Scientific name: stearic acid Common name: stearic acid


It is found in animal and vegetable fats (fence meat, rapeseed, soy or palm oil,...) and is the main component of shea and cocoa butter. It makes creams thicker, hardens soaps and, being a fatty acid, helps restore the lipids of the hair or the upper layers of the skin. In addition, it allows the correct emulsification of physical sunscreens in sun creams.

Thymus vulgaris flower/leaf extract

Scientific name: Thymus vulgaris flower/leaf extract Common name: Thyme flower/leaf extract


Thyme is well known and used as a condiment and medicinal plant. It is a great anti-inflammatory, combats various respiratory problems such as antispasmodic and expectorant, antiseptic (antibacterial and antifungal), reduces digestive and oral problems, its essential oils help relieve muscle and osteoarticular pain, it has an antioxidant effect... Among many others.

Titanium Dioxide

Scientific name: Titanium Dioxide Common name: Titanium dioxide


It is a mineral found in the earth's crust. It has the ability to reflect and scatter the sun's rays like a mirror, which is why it is often used as a sunscreen. This type of sunscreen is what we call a physical filter, different from the chemical filter that slows down the action of the sun through chemical reactions that last much less time than the stability of titanium dioxide and clog pores due to their size. It is also a whitener, so it is widely used in cosmetics (it is easier to make a make-up base on a white background or powder), food (E171), cement, paper or even in our dishes. And it also makes the mixture more opaque, by reflecting the light, the light doesn't pass through it.


Scientific name: Tocopherol Common name: Tocopherol


Also known as Vitamin E. It maintains cell structures and helps the proper functioning of muscles, blood vessels and the nervous system. Its main function is antioxidant and thus also prevents the formation of toxic products derived from the oxidation reaction. For this reason, it is often used commercially to keep certain foods or cosmetics for a longer time without deteriorating. Tocopherols are abundant in chicken eggs, vegetable oils, and wheat germ.

Triticum vulgare Germ Oil

Scientific name: Triticum vulgare Germ Oil Common name: Wheat germ oil


It is obtained from the cold pressing of the germinated seeds of wheat. It is one of the oils with the most vitamin E that is known, being even from wheat where this vitamin was isolated for the first time. These high amounts of vitamin E make it a great cellular antioxidant and therefore a great anti-aging ally. It penetrates deep into the skin and promotes elasticity and blood circulation.

Vitis vinifera Leaf Extract

Scientific name: Vitis vinifera Leaf Extract Common name: Red Vine


It is obtained from the leaves of the red vine. When the leaf is finishing its cycle, before falling to the ground, it changes its green hue to this characteristic red. Thanks to its polyphenols, it is a powerful antioxidant, sequestering free radicals and preventing aging. It improves irritation, redness and closes the dilated pores of the skin. It favors the blood vessels to be more resistant, which significantly improves blood circulation, calms the sensation of tired legs, varicose veins or rosacea.

Xanthan Gum

Scientific name: Xanthan Gum Common name: Xanthan gum


Xanthan gum is a polysaccharide produced by the bacterium Xanthomonas campestris by fermenting a carbohydrate. It helps to cohere ingredients, to form mixtures between immiscible liquids, such as water and oil, it is a good gelling agent, giving the consistency of a gel to a liquid substance and therefore also regulating the viscosity of the product.


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