The Anti-Aging Ingredients in Pure Radiance Organic Face Serum

The Anti-Aging Ingredients in Greenfield Botanics Pure Radiance Face Serum

Skin serums are lightweight formulations that deliver maximum nutrients deep into your skin. 

At Greenfield Botanics, we take skin nutrition seriously.

That’s why our Pure Radiance Serum contains only the highest-quality, plant-based, organic, sustainable ingredients with potent anti-aging properties. 

Pure Radiance Serum:

  • Prevents UV damage from sunlight,

  • Stimulates collagen production,

  • Slows down the effects of aging on your skin, &

  • Smooths and firms the skin

with its nutrient-rich, antioxidant ingredients.

Here are the science-backed benefits of all the organic ingredients in Greenfield Botanics Pure Radiance Serum.

 

Aloe Vera

Organic Aloe Vera Leaf Juice

Aloe vera leaf juice is a superfood for your skin. It prevents anti-aging, heals wounds, and prevents scarring. It also boosts the other ingredients in our serum by speeding up the absorption of nutrients into your skin (1).

Aloe vera leaf juice includes plant-based hormone precursors called sterols that stimulate collagen and hyaluronic acid production and reduce wrinkle depth in women over 40 (2).

Aloe vera leaf juice absorbs into human skin faster than water and provides a natural barrier that shields cells from toxins. 

Naturally rich in vitamins A, C, D, E, and B12, aloe vera leaf juice has soothing and anti-inflammatory properties that relieve redness, irritation, and itchiness in humans and animals (3,4). 

 

Jojoba

Organic Golden Jojoba Oil

Golden jojoba oil is a potent natural moisturizer highly compatible with your skin’s sebum composition. 

Golden jojoba oil smooths skin, increases elasticity, and helps restore your skin’s natural shine (5,6). Jojoba oil is also effective in treating acne because it can dissolve skin sebum and prevents psoriasis by reducing skin peeling and flaking (7,8).

Jojoba oil is high in vitamin E and has antioxidant properties that can prevent aging (9).

 

Amla Indian Gooseberry

Organic Amla

Also called Indian Gooseberry, amla is an anti-aging, antioxidant super berry with a high concentration of vitamin C and polyphenols. It improves skin glow and helps delay the onset of wrinkles. Amla has anti-bacterial and astringent properties that help prevent infection and promote skin healing (10).

 

Lavender

Organic Lavender Oil

Lavender oil has potent antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and antianxiety properties (11). It can help reduce skin swelling and inflammation, giving irritated skin a chance to heal. Lavender oil can also help reverse hair loss when applied to the scalp (12).

 

Carrot Seed

Organic Carrot Seed Oil

Carrot seed oil helps prevent aging, clears your complexion, and increases skin firmness and elasticity. It also stimulates cell growth and helps rejuvenate dehydrated and damaged skin (13). Carrot seed oil is rich in beta-carotene (vitamin A) and vitamins B, C, D and E (14).

 

Wild Oregano

Organic Wild Oregano Oil

Oregano oil has numerous health benefits when taken externally and internally. It is antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, and soothes skin irritation, mainly due to the high concentration of the phenolic terpenoid carvacrol (15-17).

 

Rose Geranium

Organic Rose Geranium Oil

Rose geranium oil is anti-inflammatory, can improve circulation, and has antimicrobial properties (18-20). It helps heal wounds, minimize scar tissue, and improve skin elasticity (21-23).

 

Palmarosa

Organic Palmarosa Oil

Palmarosa oil contains a high concentration of geraniol and has antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and potential anti-tumor properties and helps encourage wound healing (24-26). 

 

Turmeric

Organic Turmeric Oil

Turmeric is a powerful antioxidant useful to treating a variety of inflammatory skin disorders (27). It increases skin turnover and can improve skin’s natural glow. It is antimicrobial, helps heal wounds, prevents acne, and has anti-aging properties (28).

 

Juniper Berries

Organic Juniper Berry Oil

Juniper berry oil helps to cleanse the skin, clean pores, and treat infections such as acne. It has potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and can treat cellulite by reducing the amount of subcutaneous fat in adipose tissue (29).

 

Lemon Tree

Organic Lemon Oil

Lemon oil has cleansing, detoxifying, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties (30). It can increase skin glow and clarify skin blemishes, and strengthens the effect of the other ingredients by helping vitamins and nutrients absorb through the skin more easily (31-32).

 

Patchouli

Organic Patchouli Oil

Patchouli oil helps stimulate new skin cell growth, prevents the formation of scar tissue, and is anti-inflammatory. It is also a potent astringent, antimicrobial, antioxidant, and analgesic properties (33).

 

Article reviewed by Michal Matyjasik, Ph.D.

All Greenfield Botanics ingredients are 100% all-natural and certified organic. We choose these ingredients for their collagen-promoting renewal and anti-aging properties.

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