In skincare, hemp oil has fantastic regenerative properties, which are especially suitable for mature and dry skin. Sensitive skin with an impaired barrier function will also enjoy this oil, thanks to its soothing properties.Lavender is one of the most well-known herbs and medicinal plants. Known as "miracle healer", lavender has soothing, cooling and healing properties on the skin. That's why lavender works best in soothing products, such as after-sun spray mists or calming night creams.Camellia oil has been used in Chinese skin and hair care for centuries. It comes from a tall tea plant shrub, 3 to 6 m in height, indigenous to China but also grown in parts of Australia and New Zealand. Camellia oil is mainly known for its high content of oleic acid, which is the main constituent of olive oil.Borage, also known as star-flower because of its star-shaped flowers, is another superhero amongst beneficial plants. It is the highest known source of Gamma Linoleic Acid (GLA). GLA is one of the essential fatty acids that are necessary for our living but are not made by our bodies.One of the oldest medicinal plants, liquorice is most known for its use in candies. Used in skincare, it is an excellent healer and helps relieve skin irritation and swelling.Crowned the Queen of Flowers, Rose is most loved for its beauty and aromatic properties. Its scent is decadent, enchanting and uplifting. Rich in phenolics compound, rose-based products can be beneficial as antioxidants, anti-inflammatory and antidepressant. Further, rose is soothing, which can help with any skin irritations or sensitivities.Also called Sangre de Drago, dragon’s blood is a resin, sap, extracted from a tree indigenous to South America – Croton lechleri. As this tree is commonly referred to as “dragon tree” and its sap has a vibrant deep red 🩸 colour, the red resin received the name of Dragon’s Blood.