The brand’s customers are 50-years-old and up, mainly professionals who can afford to spend on luxury beauty products. They’re drawn to its formulas that skip toxic fillers, additives, and sweeteners to deliver results without any side effects.
Content creators like Organic Vogue on YouTube sing its praises, and the line is stocked at Nordstrom department stores and Net-a-Porter.
Skin Filter is a daily supplement that supports healthy and radiant skin. The formula contains vitamin C, champagne grape seed, melon and Indian gooseberry to reduce sun damage, dark spots, pigmentation and blemishes while improving skin brightness and clarity. The product was clinically tested and found to improve complexion and increase elasticity.
The first filtering stage identifies pixels whose color is very likely to be skin and then enlarges these regions slightly, to a circle with radius 2 * SCALE, to better fill small desaturated regions. The second filtering stage trims extraneous regions, limiting them to those that pass a more lenient skin filter (which requires only that the pixels have hue in the range 110 to 180 and saturation in the range 0 to 130).
This is followed by a geometric analysis algorithm that tries to locate body parts in these trimmed regions. If 30% of the image area passes this analysis, we consider it to be a naked person.
The sleep drops are a natural solution for those who suffer from sleeping issues. They are formulated with a blend of calming ingredients such as passionflower, valerian root, and L-Theanine to help you get the restful night’s sleep you need to wake up feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.
It also contains melatonin to help you fall asleep and support your natural circadian rhythm. This sleep supplement is sugar-free, vegan, gluten-free, soy-free, non-GMO, and does not contain any fillers or artificial preservatives.
The sleep drops are made with hyaluronic acid and a complex of humectants that will really hydrate your skin from the inside out, resulting in a plump complexion and reduced fine lines and wrinkles. It is also packed with essential oils such as Coffea Cruda, which promotes a sense of calm, Daphne, to reduce agitation and insomnia, Kali Phos, to ease stress and nervous tension, Mag Phos, to relieve muscle cramping, and Passiflora to reset your disturbed circadian rhythm.
Topical C Powder
Vitamin C is a must-have skincare ingredient that is proven to boost collagen, combat sun damage and even skin tone. But it’s a volatile ingredient that degrades the moment it meets air and sunlight, which is why most products that tote its benefits lose their potency somewhere between manufacturing and hitting your bathroom shelf. Our version uses a powdered form of the ingredient that doesn’t activate until you mix it with your moisturizer or face serum, thereby keeping its potency. We’ve paired it with plant-based antioxidant Ferulic Acid to further promote photo-protection, and added tapioca starch derived from cassava root, colloidal oatmeal and aloe vera to soothe, exfoliate and heal the skin.
Topical Vitamin C is a science-backed, dermatologist-favorite that may slow early skin aging, prevent sun damage and improve the appearance of dark spots, scarring and fine lines. It’s also an antioxidant, fighting toxins that are released by the body and from environmental pollutants like air and water pollution.
Boost your cognitive function with this nootropic formula designed to heighten mental clarity + sharpen focus using natural psychostimulants. Powered by patented ingredient technology, it also supports the production of new neurons.
It’s important to remember that supplements aren’t regulated like prescription drugs, so there’s no guarantee they’ll work or even contain the ingredients listed on the bottle, Smith says. It’s best to stick with nutrient-rich foods, limit alcohol, get enough sleep and treat any health problems that may increase your risk of Alzheimer’s or dementia.
That said, she adds that the younger crowd is gravitating toward products aimed at memory and concentration since many worry about the effects of aging on brain health. She recommends looking for a supplement with phosphatidylcholine, which is backed by research, or carotenoids like lutein and zeaxanthin that have been linked to eye health. They help prevent macular degeneration, which can lead to vision loss, she says. Also, exercise and following a plant-based diet are both shown to improve brain health.