Ingredient Spotlight: Native Serum

Ingredient Spotlight: Native Serum

Ingredient Spotlight: Native Serum

Native Serum rebuilds, remodels, and protects precious collagen while replenishing healthy fats found in youthful skin. 

This lightweight blend of miracle oils absorbs quickly to moisturize dry skin, balance oily skin, soothe irritation, and bring out your most radiant complexion. 

But what’s in this miracle elixir?

Kukui Nut Oil 

The state tree of Hawaii, the Kukui Nut Tree has been providing therapeutic benefits to the indigenous people of the island for centuries. 

The precious oil expressed from the Kukui Nut has healing and protective properties thanks to its high poly and monounsaturated fat content, linoleic and linolenic acid, and naturally occurring antioxidants including Vitamins C, D, and E. 

Kukui Nut oil is soothing but never greasy. It absorbs into the skin effortlessly, protecting it from free radical damage, boosting the production of collagen and even guarding against breakouts thanks to its antimicrobial properties. 

Milk Thistle Oil

Milk Thistle is a member of the Asteracea plant family—from whence you’ll find such famous members as the daisy and sunflower. 

The lightweight oil derived from milk thistle seeds is prized for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, owed to its high content of Vitamin E, plant sterols, and essential fatty acids. 


Sesame Oil

Sesame oil contains sesamol, a powerful antioxidant that prevents and can even reverse free radical damage. It protects skin from harm caused by UV rays, pollution, and toxins and has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that make it ideal for soothing and preventing acne.

Sunflower Seed Oil has a similar profile to sesame oil, containing sesamol, oleic and linoleic acid, and vitamin E to keep skin calm, clear, and protected. 

Red Raspberry Seed Oil 

Red Raspberry seed oil is loaded with polyphenols, Vitamin E, omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. It’s non-greasy, strongly anti-inflammatory, and its high Vitamin A content makes it especially effective against acne, enlarged pores, fine lines, and wrinkles. 

Olive Squalane Oil 

Olive Squalane oil is very similar in molecular structure to the oil our skin creates naturally. This makes it easily absorbed and assimilated at the cellular level where it soothes inflammation and protects against environmental damage. 

Another lightweight wonder oil, Squalane balances sebum production within the skin, so it never leaves you looking or feeling oily. It’s also been shown to boost circulation for firmer, plumper skin that glows. 

Jojoba Oil 

Jojoba oil is a lightweight, non-comedogenic (non-clogging) oil that’s rich in iodine, making it perfect to treat and prevent acne breakouts. 

Studies also show that jojoba oil can accelerate the wound healing process by stimulating collagen synthesis. And since collagen synthesis helps keep fine lines and wrinkles at bay, consistent use will keep skin smoother and tighter over time. 

Organic Tamanu Oil

The Tamanu Nut Tree is native to Southeast Asia and Polynesia where Tamanu oil has been used to treat acne, psoriasis, rosacea, and keloids for centuries.

Its effectiveness is due in part to its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, and a high fatty acid content that helps restore the skin’s moisture barrier. 

Studies show Tamanu oil also promotes skin regeneration by boosting the production of collagen and glycosaminoglycan. This means accelerated wound healing and less susceptibility to fine lines and wrinkles with consistent use.

Lupinus Albus Seed Extract

Lupinus Albus seed extract is a plant-derived peptide that’s also known as Collaganeer in the skincare trade. It earned this name after research revealed it can increase the synthesis of type I collagen to improve the firmness and elasticity of skin. 

This powerful extract is blended into each batch of Native Serum—making it your secret weapon against a sagging, sallow, worn out-looking complexion. 

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