All Ingredients

It looks like a spiky, and not very friendly, plant, but the leaves of the Aloe Vera plant contain a nourishing, skin-healing liquid that soothes and protects your skin. It’s one of the oldest known healing plants, with a multitude of uses and properties. Containing more than 75 different nutrients, Aloe Vera Leaf Gel is one of your skin’s best friends, especially when you’re faced with troublesome rashes, burns, sunburn, or inflammation.

Aloe Vera Leaf Gel is famed for its anti-inflammatory properties, and is a popular ingredient combined into wide range of body lotions, skincare products, and antibacterial ointments. With high levels of Vitamins A and C, Aloe Vera Leaf Gel is often used to treat burns, acne, and sunburn. As a wound-healing substance, Aloe Vera Gel stimulates the reproduction of skin cells and can help to speed up the healing process.

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You may like a spread of honey on your toast, but Beeswax can happily go on your face too. Beeswax is a natural, wonderful source of vitamins for your skin, that won’t clog your pores or leave it feeling too oily.

Beeswax is rich in Vitamin A. Vitamin A contains retinol, which stimulates collagen production within your skin cells. The more collagen your skin cells produce, the more your fine lines and wrinkles will fade. Vitamin A is also highly useful for protecting your skin against infection. That’s why Beeswax is often lauded for its antibacterial qualities, because it can help clear up bacterial skin infections too.

As a moisturiser, Beeswax actually helps your skin attract more moisture into its cells. Beeswax acts as a humectant, attracting water molecules into its cells. Applying Beeswax to your skin makes it doubly easy for water to find its way into your skin’s cells.

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They’re your favourite midday snack, but blueberries are so much more than just a lunchtime treat! Blueberry Extract is packed with antioxidants, making it an essential tool in the fight against ageing. As antioxidants work to protect your skin from the effects of time and sun damage, they also promote healing and cell regeneration.

Blueberry Extract contains high levels of Vitamins A, C, and E, all of which wield powerful healing properties for your skin. Vitamin A encourages healthy skin production, while Vitamin C boosts your skin’s natural collagen production mechanisms, enabling you to enjoy plumper, healthier, and happier skin. Vitamin E helps your skin to heal from scars and injuries, while softening your skin and providing it with that extra dollop of all-important moisture.

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As a moisturising agent, C12-13 Alkyl Lactate helps to give BioSeal that smooth, creamy texture you expect. Making BioSeal easy to rub in, and easily absorbed by your skin, C12-13 Alkyl Lactate is a common component for many off-the-shelf and prescribed moisturisers available on the market. As a mild, light ingredient, C12-13 Alkyl Lactate is suitable for use on all types of skin, from dry to greasy, and sensitive too.

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Calendula Extract is a natural soother, helping to alleviate inflammation and calm your irritated skin. Counteracting inflammation and itchiness, Calendula Extract is useful for treating Acne, Eczema, and allergic skin reactions.

Extremely useful as an antibacterial substance, Calendula Extract can help to prevent or curb infection and help your skin to heal. With high levels of Beta-carotene and Lutein, Calendula Extract’s antioxidants help to prevent cellular damage, and assist with healing your skin.

Calendula Extract’s is a sensitive skin’s best friend. Effectively reducing redness, and soothing the symptoms of inflammation, it’s great for treating rashes and burns. It’s also useful as an ingredient for aftershave balms, as it works to smooth out bumps and heal those little nicks.

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Commonly derived from vegetable oils, Cetyl Alcohol works as a binding agent, thickener, and emulsifier. Cetyl Alcohol is also an ingredient carrier, keeping BioSeal’s ingredients well-combined and ensuring that the herbal body lotion spreads easily across your skin. As a moisturising and emollient ingredient, Cetyl Alcohol eliminates dead skin cells and keeps your skin well-moisturised.

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Typically taken in the form of tea, Chamomile Extract helps your body cope during times of high stress or anxiety. When it comes to your skin, Chamomile Extract has a similarly calming effect, as an excellent anti-inflammatory substance.

Used by ancient civilisations to treat burns, cuts, and wounds, Chamomile Extract helps your skin to heal, thanks to its excellent antimicrobial and antifungal properties. Chamomile Extract is renowned for calming down skin, making it an essential for people managing the symptoms of Psoriasis and Eczema. Chamomile Extract can also help to heal patches of dry, flaky skin.

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As a chemically bonding substance, EDTA is a common ingredient in skin care and beauty products. As a chelating agent, EDTA helps BioSeal to remain soluble in water, so that you can wash it off when you need to. EDTA also helps to stabilise the ingredients contained in BioSeal, ensuring that the body cream works effectively on your skin. EDTA also functions as a preservative, giving BioSeal an extended shelf life and enabling you to enjoy the benefits of BioSeal for longer.

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Used as a base for countless skin care, hair care, and beauty products, Emulsifying Wax helps body lotion ingredients stay combined. Emulsifying Wax prevents BioSeal’s ingredients from separating, helping the herbal lotion to stay thick and creamy. Keeping the cream consistent and combined is important, as this ensures that BioSeal can perform effectively, healing, repairing, and protecting your skin.

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Helping your skin stay smooth and hydrated, Hyaluronic Acid is naturally produced by your body. As time and environmental factors have their way with your skin, your body needs an extra boost of Hyaluronic Acid to stay hydrated. As a humectant, Hyaluronic Acid helps to attract water molecules into your skin, and keep it well moisturised. Improving the elasticity and appearance of fine lines, Hyaluronic Acid is an important ingredient for many anti-ageing skin care products.

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A common ingredient in skin care and cosmetic products, Imidazolidinyl Urea possesses antifungal and antibacterial properties. This makes it useful and effective for preserving the shelf life of BioSeal, and ensures your tube or tub stays fresh for as long as possible. Keeping fungi and bacteria at bay, Imidazolidinyl Urea is an effective preservative, and safe for use by humans.

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A colourless milk acid that can help to fade pigmentation and remove dark spots on your skin, Lactic Acid 80% FG is a common chemical ingredient in skin care and treatment products. As an Alpha Hydroxy Acid, Lactic Acid 80% FG helps to exfoliate and smooth out your skin, while keeping it well moisturised. This makes Lactic Acid 80% FG an important ingredient for the nourishing repair that BioSeal offers your skin.

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Known as the ‘little herb of calm’, Lavender is a much-loved herb that smells just like home. You may love the aroma wafting through your garden, or you may enjoy it in your favourite body wash. No matter how much you love Lavender Extract, its uses extend far beyond just your favourite smell.

Lavender Extract contains a high level of antioxidants, that help your body to fight off the damage caused by free radicals, that often leads to visible signs of ageing. These antioxidants work to prevent the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and decrease pigmentation.

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Biting into a slice of lemon could make your eyes go a little squint, thanks to their sour power, but when it comes to natural skin care, Lemon is your friend.

Lemon Extract contains high levels of Vitamin C. And while Vitamin C on its own can help to curb the signs of ageing, it’s thanks to the Collagen it helps to produce that you’ll really see the impact. Stimulating Collagen production within your skin gives you firmer, smoother skin. That’s why Lemon Extract is a common ingredient in many anti-ageing skin care products.

As a natural astringent for your skin, Lemon Extract helps to tighten up your skin, reduce your pore size, and clear out any impurities and bacteria. It can also help to reduce the appearance of Acne scars and blemishes.

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It’s one of your essential items in the kitchen, but it doesn’t only belong there. Move your Extra Virgin Olive Oil into the bathroom, and it becomes an essential for your natural skin care routine too.

Containing high levels of antioxidants, Extra Virgin Olive Oil is important for your anti-ageing skin routine. Antioxidants help to soothe inflamed skin, while working to stimulate the regeneration of your skin at a cellular level. Healing your skin from time-related or sun damage, antioxidants stimulate blood flow and can help to heal any scars.

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They’re not just a sweet fruit to enjoy when you need a snack: Oranges are excellent for your skin too. In particular, Orange Extract contains high levels of antioxidants, that help to prevent cell damage and promote healing at a cellular level.

Of course, you know that Orange Extract is rich in Vitamin C, which boosts your skin’s natural collagen production process, and helps to stave off the effects of ageing. But, Orange Extract is also rich in Vitamin A. Vitamin A contains retinol, which stimulates collagen production within your skin cells. The more collagen your skin cells produce, the more your fine lines and wrinkles will fade. Vitamins A and C are also highly useful for protecting your skin against infection.

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The aroma of Peppermint puts just about anyone into a good mood, but the gorgeous smell is just the start of Peppermint’s wonderful properties. A pleasant-tasting plant, Peppermint contains menthol, menthone, and limonene. Peppermint Extract also contains omega-3 fatty acids, Iron, Potassium, Manganese, and Vitamins A and C.

Vitamin A contains Retinol, which stimulates collagen production within your skin cells. The more collagen your skin cells produce, the more your fine lines and wrinkles will fade. Vitamin A is also highly useful for protecting your skin against infection. Vitamin C, which similarly boosts your skin’s natural collagen production process, can help to stave off the effects of ageing.

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The distinctive herbal scent of Rosemary is a delight all on its own. This natural astringent is, however, far more than just a pleasant herb. Containing high levels of antioxidants, Rosemary Extract helps your skin recover from over-exposure to the sun, and can help you stave off the signs of ageing.

With natural antiseptic, antibacterial, and antifungal, properties, Rosemary Extract can be used to eliminate infection, and clean cuts, wounds, and burns. As it helps your skin to heal, Rosemary Extract also helps your skin to rehydrate and stimulates circulation.

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Packed with natural fatty acids, Shea Butter is a highly hydrating seed oil that nourishes your skin. Shea Butter’s emollient properties help to smooth your skin and seal in moisture. Also useful as an anti-inflammatory lotion, Shea Butter can help to reduce swelling and irritation. Shea Butter also helps with treating skin allergies, insect bites, and rashes.

Containing a whole bunch of Vitamins A, E, and F, Shea Butter is exceptionally moisturising and restores elasticity to your skin. Vitamins A and E work by actively reducing the signs of ageing.

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You might think that Sugar Cane Extract is a bad idea for your skin, but we’re about to change your mind. Sugar is not the absolute enemy when it comes to your skin, and that’s all thanks to the Alpha Hydroxy Acids contained in Sugar Cane Extract.

Alpha Hydroxy Acids possess wonderful exfoliating properties, that help to remove dead skin cells, eliminate impurities, and get rid of stubborn bacteria that may be clogging your pores. Alpha Hydroxy Acids are a one-way ticket to revealing smoother skin. Similarly, Sugar Cane Extract helps to reduce the size of your pores, and tighten up your skin.

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Sugar is not the absolute enemy when it comes to your skin, and that’s all thanks to the Alpha Hydroxy Acids contained in Sugar Maple Extract. Sugar Maple Extract has quite similar properties to Sugar Cane Extract, and both are great examples of the important role that Alpha Hydroxy Acids can play in helping your skin stay healthy.

Alpha Hydroxy Acids possess wonderful exfoliating properties, that help to remove dead skin cells, eliminate impurities, and get rid of stubborn bacteria that may be clogging your pores. Alpha Hydroxy Acids are a one-way ticket to revealing smoother skin. Similarly, Sugar Maple Extract helps to reduce the size of your pores, and tighten up your skin.

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An all-natural alternative to a variety of chemical treatments and liquids, Tea Tree Oil has a long history of being one of your skin’s best friends. A popular ingredient for nourishing skin creams, acne treatments, and skincare products, Tea Tree Oil’s uses and purposes extend far beyond your skin too. Diluted Tea Tree Oil can be used in your home as a disinfectant, and as an all-purpose cleaner. It’s also useful as a natural deodorant and can help to alleviate the symptoms of fungal infections.

Acne sufferers have lauded Tea Tree Oil as an all-natural assistant, because it helps to reduce the inflammation associated with Acne. As a natural antiseptic, Tea Tree Oil can help to prevent the possibility of further breakouts, helping your skin to heal from Acne and similarly debilitating skin conditions.

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Soluble in water, and renowned for helping lotions like BioSeal become less sticky, Polyacrylamide is regularly used in face washes and other skin care treatments. As a stabiliser and binder, this acrylic resin is both a lubricant and an anti-static ingredient, helping BioSeal nourish and protect your skin. As a thickener, Polyacrylamide helps BioSeal to reduce the appearance of fine lines, filling in where wrinkles may have appeared on your skin.

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As a solvent and highly effective ingredient carrier, Propylene Glycol is a common ingredient in a wide range of skin care products. A synthetic liquid that attracts and absorbs water molecules, Propylene Glycol is an important ingredient for body lotions, like BioSeal, because it helps to keep your skin well moisturised. Propylene Glycol is an odourless, versatile carrier for BioSeal’s unique mix of ingredients.

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An essential chemical ingredient for helping your skin care and beauty products stay fresh on the shelf and in your bathroom, Propylparaben is considered a preservative agent. Many preservative compounds have the potential for irritating sensitive skin, but Propylparaben is a non-irritant, making it safe for inclusion as an ingredient in BioSeal. Propylparaben is an antifungal and antimicrobial ingredient, that helps keep mould and bacteria at bay.

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As a gentle exfoliator, Salicylic Acid helps to clear your skin of impurities, dirt and dead skin cells. Because it is an oil soluble acid, Salicylic Acid gets to work within the pores of your skin, clearing out dirt and dead skin cells. Also known as a Beta Hydroxy Acid, Salicylic Acid helps to clear up skin irritations and flakiness.

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As a sealant, Silicone is well-known for its effectiveness, in a wide range of applications. As an ingredient within BioSeal, Silicone DC 300/350 helps Beeswax do its job, by repairing and sealing your skin, preventing any further infection or discomfort. Silicone DC 300/350 also helps make BioSeal easy to spread across your skin, leaving it soft and well-nourished.

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A fatty acid that helps keep your skin clean, Stearic Acid is commonly found in body wash, soap, and skin care products. Stearic Acid helps to remove impurities and dirt from your skin, and works with BioSeal’s Shea Butter to keep your skin smooth and soft. Stearic Acid also acts as an emulsifying agent, helping to keep BioSeal’s ingredients combined and the lotion thick and creamy.

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