D - Ingredients​​

  1. Decyl Glucoside
    Uses in skincare - Suffactant Manmade rating for skincare - Good EWG rating - 1 Decyl Glucoside is a, natural, non-ionic surfactant, ideal for all foaming and cleansing products. Like Coco Glucoside, Decyl Glucoside is , obtained from renewable raw materials, through a combination of plant based fatty alcohols and glucose.
  1. Disodium EDTA
    Uses in skincare - Chelating agent Manmade rating for skincare - Good EWG rating - 1 Disodium EDTA is a "water softener" or, more strictly, a chelating agent; taking the hardness out of water, so that added cleansers and preservatives work more effectively. Chelating agents work by binding metal ions that are found in water, extracts or other materials so that they can't interfear with the product efficacy and more importantly the preservative efficacy. Without Disodium EDTA metal ions act as nutrients for microbes and can encourage their growth.
  1. Dipropylene Glycol
    Uses in skincare - slip agent, solvent, skin penetrator Manmade rating for skincare - good EWG rating - 1 Dipropylene Glycol is a high-purity product, designed for use in odor-sensitive applications such as fragrances and cosmetics. The material, a distilled product with a purity greater than 99.5% as dipropylene glycol, is a liquid that is practically odorless, colorless, water-soluble and hygroscopic.
  1. Dragons Blood Sap (Croton Lechleri Resin Extract)
    Uses in skincare - Anti-inflammatory, protection, healing Manmade rating for skincare - Excellent Traditionally used as a pain relief agent and anti-inflammatory agent. In cosmetic preparations it is also a useful anti-inflammatory and can be used to help with barrier repair and to improve the appearance of dried or damaged skin. It is also said to be great for relieving the initial sting of an insect.