Glycyrrhizinic Acid: a triterpene glycoside found in the roots of licorice plants (Glycyrrhiza glabra). Structurally, it is used as an emulsifier and gel-forming agent in topical products. In Chinese medicine, it has been known to have many health and wellness benefits.

Capsaicin: consumption of capsaicin and the non-pungent compounds in chili peppers known as capsinoids can increase energy expenditure and fat oxidation, according to a report published in Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition. Researchers reviewed previously published studies and found that in studies where participants had a lean body mass index (BMI) falling within the overweight or obese range, use did in fact meet these targets.

Petrolatum: also known as petroleum jelly, derived from petroleum, it is often used in personal care products as a moisturizing agent. Petrolatum plays a limited role to help lock moisture in the skin.

Carnauba Wax: Carnauba, also called Brazil Wax and Palm Wax, is a wax of the leaves of Copernicia Prunifera, a plant native to and grown only in the northeastern Brazilian states. This material is frequently used in cosmetics and helps retain moisture.

Coconut oil: Coconut is an exotic food in the Western world, usually consumed by health conscious people. This oil, when applied topically, helps moisturize and support healthy skin.

Hydrolyzed Collagen: Collagen is a protein found in the body of all animals, including humans. It makes up connective tissue like skin, tendons, cartilage, organs, and bones. When collagen is hydrolyzed, it’s broken down into smaller, easy-to-process particles. Those particles are used in products designed to heal.

Jojoba seed oil: also called Jojoba Oil and Jojoba Wax, are natural ingredients derived from the seeds of the desert shrub.  Synthetic Jojoba Oil is a mixture of wax esters of fatty acids and alcohols. Jojoba Seed Oil is most frequently used in cosmetics and personal care products.

Squalene oil: is a saturated byproduct of squalene oil, a polyunsaturated hydrocarbon. The human body produces squalene naturally. This is why its derivative, squalene, is such an excellent moisturizer for the hair, skin and nails.

Aloe Vera: is most commonly used for topical relief, when rubbed onto the skin rather than ingested. It has long been known as a treatment for sores, particularly burns, including sunburns. In fact, the FDA first approved Aloe Vera ointment as an over-the-counter medication for skin burns back in 1959. Studies suggest that it is an effective topical treatment.

Shape-Perfection: is a groundbreaking, first of its kind proprietary blend of fat and cellulite reducing ingredients created specifically for topical application. Its dual action formulation activates brown-like fat cells as well as microcirculation. It also burns fat independently.

Vitamin E: this antioxidant may help protect your cells from damage. This essential nutrient occurs naturally in many foods. It’s also available as a dietary supplement. Vitamin E is fat-soluble. This means your body stores and uses it as needed.