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Natural Ingredients

Why is it better to use Natural Ingredients & what do we use?

The importance of natural ingredients doesn't end with the foods we eat. Your skin is your body's largest organ, one that is porous and absorbs much of what is applied to it. This is why knowing the ingredients in your skincare, body care, and beauty products is critical. At YUNI Beauty, we use a wide variety of Earth's most effective natural ingredients. We've created a natural ingredient guide to help you understand what is in each of our products.

There are many reasons to use natural ingredients in your everyday beauty and skincare routines, the first being that there are fewer side effects. Many conventional beauty products contain chemicals and fillers, including parabens and phthalates. These chemicals interfere with our bodies' natural hormones, affecting fertility and reproductive organs and even increasing the risk of cancer.

Natural skin care products are gentler, making them ideal for treating acne and dry skin. Those with sensitive skin will truly benefit from the milder formulas and more nourishing ingredients. The unnecessary and harmful chemicals in most conventional skin care products can cause skin irritations and overdrying, often exacerbating the issue. When you use all-natural products, you choose health for your whole body.

Natural products contain beneficial compounds, like vitamins and essential oils. These naturally derived ingredients are frequently more potent than the lab-made versions, which are usually an attempt at replicating what comes from nature.

Check out our natural ingredients guide to determine which vitamins, antioxidants, and fatty acids will improve the health of your complexion.

Beauty Products - What Does "Natural Ingredients" Mean?

Natural skin care products use ingredients found in nature and are free from synthetic fragrances, dyes, sulfates, parabens, and phthalates. Using elements from nature to relieve skin issues is nothing new. Thousands of years ago, the first skin and hair products were composed of plants, botanical extracts, and essential oils.

The FDA doesn't regulate the word "natural," but the USDA regulates organic. Organic products do not contain synthetic pesticides, fertilizers, or other artificial agents. Therefore, when shopping for natural skin care products, choosing a company that is transparent about the ingredients they use is essential.

Even high-quality natural products can cause irritation or allergic reactions. Always read ingredient labels before purchasing products, and don't be afraid to ask questions. But for the most part, as long as you aren't allergic to the ingredients themselves, natural skincare brands don't come with as many potential reactions as their synthetic counterparts.

What Natural Ingredients Are Good For Skin?

Some ingredients in skin care products are better for your skin than others. While the term "natural" has no regulated definition, there are certain ingredients found in nature that are proven to be good for your skin.

Natural skin care products contain the most powerful moisturizing ingredients in the world. Nothing can replicate the nourishing vitamins and essential fatty acids found within the seeds and nuts of an actual plant.

Shea Butter is naturally rich in skin-loving vitamins A, E, F, and essential fatty acids. The rich emollient extracted from the nut of the shea tree dates back to the time of Cleopatra, who used it to condition her skin and hair.

Other dry skin savers are jojoba oil and coconut oil, which rejuvenate and protect the skin's barrier.

Green tea extract, turmeric root, and neem extract are incredibly beneficial in treating aging and acne-prone skin. Instead of stripping the skin of its natural oils, these ingredients gently kill bacteria and soothe inflammation.




The fatty acids (Caprylic and Lauric) in coconut oil reduce inflammation internally and externally and moisturize making them a great solution for all types of skin conditions. It protects the skin and has many antioxidants that make it ideal for healing the skin. Read More

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Current research on the intensely refreshing oil of the Peppermint leaf indicates that the natural Menthol in the extract reduces the perception of pain. When inhaled, Peppermint oil literally tricks the brain into perceiving coolness. The stimulating oil has been used for centuries as a mild antiseptic, reducing bacterial activity on the skin. Read More

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This white alpine flower contains compounds which soothe skin and help to prevent pore congestion and blemishes. Natural metabolites in this high-altitude plant prevent damage from UV radiation. The combined calming and antioxidant, protective qualities of this botanical work together synergistically to keep skin fresher, smoother and more supple. Read More

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This flowering plant in the daisy family has been used for centuries to reduce swelling, bruising and pain when used as a soothing compress on the skin, and athletes often use the extract topically to ease sports and exercise-related muscle soreness. This botanical’s antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties are also useful in wound healing Read More

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Native to the rain forests of the Amazon, this nut contains rich stores of antioxidant beta-carotene which helps protect skin from damage by UV and other free radicals. Essential fatty acids in the oil help to maintain skin elasticity and firmness, for a smoother, more supple look. A natural anti-inflammatory, this hydrating oil also reduces redness and irritation. Read More

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The leaves of this flowering evergreen tree have been used for centuries in traditional Asian medicine as a natural antibacterial and to calm and soothe inflammation. The leaves are naturally abundant in bioflavonoids, which are antioxidants known to protect cells and molecules from damage and signs of aging. Read More

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The rhizome or underground stem of the turmeric plant has been cultivated in India, China and other parts of Asia for millennia, used for everything from a cooking spice to a decorative dyepaste similar to henna. When ground into a bright yellow powder, turmeric is traditionally used on the skin to cleanse, exfoliate, brighten dark spots, clear blemishes and stimulate skin elasticity. Read More

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This velvety cream made from the nut of the African Shea nut moisturizes and acid in the extract supports and protects skin’s natural barrier function, while lupeol blocks the function of enzymes that degrade skin proteins. These effects, along with other compounds in the nut which reduce inflammation and absorb UV radiation, help skin maintain structural integrity and firmness. Read More

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This silky, rich oil creates a protective barrier between skin, hair and the elements, smoothing, softening and conditioning. Omega fatty acids in the extract act as an anti-inflammatory on the skin, soothing irritation and helping wound-healing. A botanical wonder, the Baobab tree is iconic to its native African continent, where it may thrive for up to six thousand years. Read More

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This rich emollient was burned in ancient times as a fuel for lighting, which is why “kukui” means “enlightenment” in the Hawaiian language. The moisturizing oil contains essential fatty acids, and has been used for centuries as a massage medium and for soothing a sunburn. Antioxidant Vitamins A, C and E in the oil protect skin from free radical damage. Read More

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The natural polyphenols in the green tea leaf are antioxidants, which can reduce the formation of free radicals which damage skin. The soothing extract is also a gentle antimicrobial, helping to reduce the activity of bacteria on the skin and prevent blemishes. Read More

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Intensely hydrating, the clear gel pressed from the leathery leaves of this succulent plant called “the lily of the desert” cools and soothes dry, hot and even sunburned skin. From ancient Egypt to Mesoamerica, moisturizing, anti-inflammatory Aloe Vera has been used to heal wounds, calm skin irritation and reduce scarring. Read More

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