Ginseng




Ginseng root contains numerous bioactive compounds, including saponins, polysaccharides, pectin, sugar, vitamins B1, B2, B12, pantothenic acid and minerals, which help increase oxygenation and circulation to skin cells for a healthy glow.



Ginseng is a slow-growing, short plant with fleshy roots that can be classified into three types depending on how long it is grown; its freshness; and colour: white or red. Used in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries.

Ginseng root contains numerous bioactive compounds including saponins, polysaccharides, pectin, sugar, vitamins B1, B2, B12, pantothenic acid and minerals, which help to increase oxygenation and circulation to skin cells for a healthy glow. It is also said to be a natural skin balancer.




Treats fine lines and wrinkles: It helps to boost the circulation of the skin’s smallest blood vessels, in turn, ramping up the synthesis of collagen which treats fine lines and wrinkles. This also helps to get firmer skin. protect from free radicals and other environmental aggressors that could trigger the formation of fine lines, wrinkles.

Helps balance oil production: “It acts as a shield against environmental pollutants which is easily absorbed through the skin, accumulates in pores, and stimulates melanocytes, thereby creating brown spots. It also helps balance oil production”.

Fights ageing: The herb is also said to be a must if your concern is ageing. In addition to all this, it also helps minimize dark circles.