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Ingredients

Information sheets are available on any of our ingredients. Just email us at info@rubifresh.com.au.

Here's a taster of some of our key active ingredients;

Aloe Vera: well documented for it's ability to improve wound healing & inhibit inflammation (some studies say by up to 50%), through the action of certain amino acids, Vit C, enzymes and other compounds which accelerate cell multiplication and increase cross linking in collagen fibres.

Betaine: a substance extracted from sugar beet, used to control water balance in the skin, and deeply moisturise. It is also shown to increase collagen production.

Hyaluronic Acid: Occurs naturally in the human body, and is known for it's incredible ability to attract water (approx 1,000 times it's own weight), hence being used in skincare products as an excellent moisturiser and hydrator. It helps thicken the epidermis, and helps prevent the buildup of excessive layers of dead skin, as well as being a potent antioxidant.

Beta Vulgaris Root Extract: A component of a key moisturising ingredient, which has been shown in scientific studies to elevate the concentration of the skin's NMF, and improve hydration for at least 24hrs.

Panicum Miliaceum Seed Extract: Contains botanical silicon from millet, which along with tannins, promotes the production of collagen (elastic tissue), tightens the skin, improves skin structure and reduces fine lines and wrinkles

Pomegranate Oil: Not only an oil used both topically and internally in many civilisations throughout history, but one of the most widely researched and richest source of antioxidants known. Pomegranate is widely studied, and has been shown in scientific studies to help repair and stimulate the regeneration of new skin cells, making it an ideal anti-aging ingredient for skincare products.

Bellis Perennis Flower Extract: An extract from the daisy flower, used for skin lightening, pigmentation disorders and age spots. It's de-pigmentation action is based on the cumulative effect of inhibiting tyrosinase activity (a precursor to melanin) and reducing it's production.