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Aynosens : 100% natural ingredients

Back to natural, simple formulas for the respect of children’s skin.

Safe, verified, healthy and proven ingredients, we believe in the power of nature and simplicity.

Ingredients

All the natural ingredients used by Aynosens

Aloe barbadensis leaf juice (Aloe vera juice)

The juice is obtained by cold pressing of Aloe vera leaves and then filtration. It is composed mainly of polysaccharides that have the capacity to retain a large amount of water. We can also find vitamins, amino acids and proteins that participate in the moisturizing properties of Aloe vera. In addition, Aloe vera is also recognized for its repairing and anti-inflammatory properties.

Aqua (water)

Osmosis water is pure and obtained by a triple filtration technique. This process filters and thus completely eliminates unwanted elements such as lead, nitrates, zinc or mercury.

Caprylic-capric triglyceride

It is an esterified oil, derived from coconut oil and glycerin, used for its emollient properties. It is composed of triple esters of glycerol and caprylic and capric acids. It is also stable and resistant to oxidation. Thanks to its volatility, it is quickly absorbed by the skin and leaves a dry and silky touch. It is known to be non-irritating and suitable for sensitive and oily skin.

Cetearyl alcohol

Cetearyl alcohol is not an ethyl alcohol but a fatty, vegetable alcohol. It has emollient, softening, nourishing and protective properties for the skin. It makes the skin soft by leaving a velvety and light film on the skin.

Cetearyl glucoside

Cetearyl glucoside is an emulsifier and surfactant of vegetable origin (sugar or coconut oil), non-comedogenic. It allows a homogeneous mixture of oil and water in our products.

Cocos nucifera oil (Coconut oil)

Coconut oil is produced by cold pressing the fruit’s pulp. It is composed of many saturated and unsaturated fatty acids such as lauric acid, myristic... It is a nourishing oil which, thanks to its emollient and antiseptic properties, allows to soften, soothe and hydrate the skin.

Glycerin (vegetable)

Glycerin or glycerol is widely used in cosmetic but also pharmaceutical formulations. It is mainly used as a humectant. It is recognized for its strong moisturizing power and its ability to retain water in the epidermis, allowing the skin to dehydrate.

Helianthus annuus seed oil (Sunflower seed oil)

Sunflower oil is obtained from its seeds and is composed mainly of linoleic and oleic acids (omega 6 and 9) as well as vitamin E (antioxidant). Due to its high concentration of linoleic acids, sunflower oil has skin barrier repairing properties. It also has anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, making this oil a good nourishing agent for the skin which comes out soft and supple.

Helichrysum italicum extract (immortelle or immortelle from Italy extract)

The Italian immortelle is a small flower that grows in arid and sunny areas, usually in the Mediterranean basin. Its aromatic extracts are recovered by low pressure hydrodistillation. This water has anti-inflammatory properties that calm, soothe the skin and reduce red patches.

Honokiol & magnolol (Extracts from the flowers, leaves, bark of Magnolia)

Magnolia is a medicinal plant that contains two pharmacologically active compounds called Magnolol and Honokiol, whose synergistic effect inhibits inflammatory processes.

Inulin (Inulin)

Inulin is a biodegradable polymer, composed of a mixture of fructose oligosaccharides, naturally produced by many plants. It is a non-ionic conditioner that can be used to replace cationic polymers in a formula. It moisturizes and softens the skin and enhances the beauty of the hair.

Konjac (Amorphophallus konjac)

This perennial plant, Araceae family, is native to the tropical and subtropical forests of Southeast Asia. This plant has a low PH respecting the balance of the skin.

Microcrystalline cellulose

Plant fiber that has the properties of thickening, stabilizing or emulsifying. This fiber is used in cosmetic products for the skin and hair.

Perfume

100% plant-based fragrance - Blends of 100% natural isolates

Pogostemon cablin leaf oil (Patchouli essential oil)

Patchouli is a plant native to Indonesia and Malaysia. The leaves are used to recover the different molecules that give the essential oil by fermentation process. This oil has a woody, earthy, dry, camphor scent. This oil has soothing and purifying properties.

Polyglyceryl-4 oleate

It is an emulsifier of natural origin, biodegradable, which is non-irritating to the skin.  Thanks to its affinity with water, it allows better rinsability for oil-based formulas and creates a milky dispersion.

Potassium sorbate

It is a preservative present in many plants, such as Cranberry.

Prunus amygdalus dulcis oil (Sweet almond oil)

Sweet almond oil, rich in unsaturated fatty acids, is nourishing and softening. It soothes the skin thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties.

It is perfect for baby skin and sensitive skin.

Ricinus communis seed oil (Castor oil)

Extracted from the seeds of a shrub sourced from West Asia and East Africa, this oil has been used since ancient Egypt. Very penetrating and acting like a film, it protects the skin and hair from external aggressions. The hair is nourished and toned, the skin is softened and protected.

Simmondsia chinensis seed oil (jojoba oil)

This skin-friendly oil strengthens the epidermal barrier and prevents dehydration. Very penetrating, it does not leave a greasy feeling.

Sodium gluconate

It is a salt of gluconic acid obtained from glucose that is used to stabilize formulas. Biodegradable, it protects oils from becoming rancid.

Sodium Hydroxide

Its function is to adjust the pH and reduce the acidity of cosmetic products.

Sodium levulinate (sodium salt of vegetable nature)

Derived from levulic acid, its properties make it revitalizing for the skin and being a natural preservative.

Sorbitan olivate

Based on olive oil fatty acids, Sorbitan olivate is a PEG-free emulsifier, particularly gentle on the skin.

Sucrose Laurate

Considered a mild surfactant which is derived from sugar, it is excellent as a long-lasting moisturizer, and performs in cleansing formulas while respecting the hydrolipidic film of the skin.

Sucrose Stearate

Sucrose Stearate is a specific emulsifier for sensitive skin that combines a sugar and a fatty acid from coconut oil. Gentle and non-irritating, it helps hydration by leaving a lipid film on the skin and hair.

Tocopherol (vegetable vitamin E)

Vitamin E is found in various vegetable oils. It is recognized for its anti-oxidant properties which protect cells against damage caused by UV rays. Its use in cosmetics helps prevent skin aging and can improve skin repair.

Xanthan gum

Xanthan gum is of natural origin. It is considered to be a gelling agent and thickener for aqueous phases and allows to create transparent aqueous gels. It also helps in maintaining skin hydration.

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