Soothe and Reduce Redness
Sea buckthorn can help reduce inflammation following UV exposure, protecting skin against sun damage.
Studies show that chamomile performs potent skin-soothing action, among other benefits
Licorice root contains glabridin, is a potent antioxidant and skin-soothing ingredient
Research shows avenathramides, potent types of antioxidants found in oats (and colloidal oatmeal), can help soothe skin
Calendula is believed to have skin-soothing properties and a positive effect on wound-healing
Allantoin serves as an effective soothing agent and has moisturizing properties, giving it value for treating sensitive or compromised skinThere is some evidence that arrowroot starch enhances wound healing and calms inflammation
Moisturize & Lock In Moisture A high concentration of beta-glucan and starches in colloidal oatmeal give it water-binding properties thus acting as an effective skin protectant
The fatty acids in evening primrose oil, in particular gamma-linoelic acid (GLA) can have significant skin-soothing and emollient benefits for skin. It can also help other ingredients absorb more readily into skin.
Shea butter is a friend to dry skin; it contains a rich source of antioxidants and skin-replenishing fatty acidsHigh oleic safflower oil is composed of over 75% oleic fatty and is unparalleled in its ability to moisturize the skin