Our ingredients with superpowers

Are you ready to fall in love? Then come with us on a journey and get to know the superpowers of our ingredients from all over the world. Full of valuable vitamins, minerals and nutrients and with a strong antioxidant effect, they are not only incredibly delicious, but also the best for your beauty and your mojo.

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Green Power for your skin: Spirulina

The spirulina alga was already used as a valuable ingredient by the Aztecs and in the kingdom of Kanem on Lake Chad. Its exceptional nutritional value has made it one of the most popular nutritional supplements in recent years.

Spirulina is extremely rich in proteins, iron, vitamins, minerals, trace elements and amino acids, which are essential for many functions that take place under our skin. Vitamin B3, for example, regulates collagen formation as well as moisturizing and also acts as a natural protection against the damaging effects of UV radiation.

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Fit meets slim: Açai Berries

The small berries, tastefully reminiscent of nuts and chocolate, originate from the rainforests of the Amazon, where medicine men have been using them for a long time to promote good health. If you want to try fresh acai berries, you have to venture deep into the rainforest, because the miracle berry must be processed as soon as possible after harvesting in order not to lose any of its valuable ingredients.

The low-calorie Açai berries are highly antioxidant and rich in healthy fats that energize the body and rev up your metabolism. They are also known for their appetite-lowering and cholesterol-lowering effects. No wonder many Hollywood stars swear by the miracle berry.

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Forever young: pomegranate

The pomegranate, which thrives in Western and Central Asia, is one of the oldest fruits of humanity. He is not by chance a symbol of fertility and eternal youth. According to the current state of knowledge, pomegranates contain highly effective anti-aging substances that actually help against premature aging.

Because among all fruits especially the pomegranate is known for its antioxidant effect. Even more so than polyphenols found in green tea or red wine, they are designed to protect against cancer and cardiovascular disease, reduce inflammation and slow down the aging process by trapping and binding to free radicals.

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Fascinating glow with inner values: Bambu

People in China have used bamboo for millennia in very different ways – including traditional medicine. It is also of particular importance in Chinese art and, together with orchid, chrysanthemum and plum branch, it embodies the “Four Nobles”.

Bamboo has been in high demand in the Asian cosmetics world for a long time. He is said to reinforce the luminosity of the skin. It is a fantastic mineral source, has anti-inflammatory and soothing properties and acts as a powerful antioxidant against premature skin aging and wrinkling.

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Full focus on vitamin C: Camu Camu

Camu Camu grows in the rainforests of the Amazon. The tribes of Peru and Colombia are said to have used the berries to strengthen the immune system and for oral care.

No wonder: Camu Camu is the fruit with the highest vitamin C content – a berry contains about 30 times as much vitamin C as an orange. Vitamin C reduces wrinkles, ensures an even complexion and moisturises.

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Far Eastern life elixir: green tea

There are hundreds of types of green tea in China. Legend has it that Emperor Shennong discovered the effects of green tea 5,000 years ago. However, it has only been used as tea since the Ming Dynasty in the fourteenth century.

Green tea is said to be able to supply the cells particularly well with oxygen and nutrients. It contains skin-tightening caffeine, tannin, vitamins and trace elements. And last but certainly not least over 50% polyphenol – a very powerful antioxidant that helps the skin to protect itself and renew regularly.

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Wonderfruit in African: Baobab

In Africa, the baobab, also known as baobab tree, is considered the tree of life. It can live up to 2000 years – and is valued in nutrition and medicine for its ingredients found in roots, flowers, fruits and even the bark.
Even if the import into the EU has only been permitted since 2008: skincare with anti-aging effect, skin tightening, hair care products – meanwhile, the baobab fruit has also become a real superstar for us in the beauty sector. The fruit dries with the valuable powder directly on the tree – which means that the powder can be extracted directly and stored neat without the addition of preservatives.

A real all-rounder, the baobab fruit contains six times more vitamin C than an orange, twice as much calcium as a glass of milk, more iron than a steak, lots of precious minerals and fiber – and more antioxidants than any other fruit in the world.

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Experience your yellow wonder: turmeric

Turmeric is one of the most important ingredients in curry and an integral part of Indian cuisine. But did you also know that it is also used as a dye in cosmetics and in Ayurveda and is used in traditional medicine both as internal and as external active ingredient?

Turmeric is a tasty fat burner with its pungency, which stimulates the circulation and the body’s detoxification function. With vitamins, but also zinc, calcium and potassium, it ensures healthy nails. And its antioxidant ingredient curcumin is known for its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.

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