A unique innovation in botanical science, Phytofuse Renew® is a potent antioxidant, with clinically proven skin soothing, hydrating and anti-ageing properties. It creates a highly effective shield to help protect against pollution and environmental stresses on skin, reducing the risk of premature ageing
Rose of Jericho
Desert Resurrection Plant, Chihuahuan Desert, North America
A botanical miracle, this dry tumbleweed can stay dormant for years, and springs back to life when it touches water, flourishing into vivid green foliage. We harness its life-replenishing power to protect and regenerate your skin.
Caviar Lime Extract
Native Australian Fruit, Subtropical Rainforest, Australia
Rich in AHAs (Alpha Hydroxy Acid) which are known for their natural chemical exfoliation activity. Proven to increase shedding of dead skin layers for more radiant, smoother, and youthful looking skin. A native Australian plant endemic to a small region of the Eastern Australian coast, it has been part of Australian Aboriginal diet for centuries.
The Vitality Secret of the Inca, Peruvian Andes, South America
Native to the Peruvian Andes, this exceptionally robust plant boasts one of the highest nutrient concentrations and concentrates an array of active bio-principles that enable it to thrive in harsh climatic conditions.
Grape (juice) Extract
Source of Anti-ageing Phytonutrients, Languedoc, France
This extract has potent preventative and curative anti-ageing properties. It also helps neutralise free radicals to maintain skin structure and boost collagen production. Known for containing rich concentrations of highly antioxidant polyphenols, grapes create a powerful protective elixir.
Inika ‘small earth’
‘Inika’ is a Hindu term meaning ‘small earth.’ We believe that we all have an obligation to reduce the ecological strain on our planet, so we have implemented a variety of sustainable packaging processes to preserve our natural environment and ensure a positive impact on our earth’s future.
Glass bottles and jars: an infinitely recyclable material. Recyclable plastic lids: We always recommend separating lids from containers when recycling as we look to move to airtight aluminium lids in the near future. FSC paper boxes: recyclable and made with trees from sustainable forestry.