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  • The Aga Khan Foundation

    The Aga Khan Foundation

    The Aga Khan Foundation

    Established in 1967, the Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) brings together human, financial and technical resources to address the challenges faced by the poorest and most marginalized communities in the world. Special emphasis is placed on investing in human potential, expanding opportunity and improvin...
  • Peptides

    Peptides

    Peptides

    Peptides Peptides are popular and science-backed ingredients, praised as a “Botox-like” substance by dermatologists and skincare enthusiasts. They are the building blocks of proteins, which are vital to every single function in all of your organs, not just the skin. The peptide specifically selec...
  • Hyaluronic Acid

    Hyaluronic Acid

    Hyaluronic Acid

    Hyaluronic Acid Hyaluronic Acid, also known as Hyaluronan and fondly nicknamed a “goo” molecule, is a carbohydrate polymer that is incredibly vital to our body. Although its name may be intimidating, its benefits for the skin are simply amazing. Skincare Hyaluronic Acid is one of the most importa...
  • Rock Samphire

    Rock Samphire

    Rock Samphire

    Rock Samphire, or Crithmum Maritimum, is a lush, green seaside plant that grows along the coasts of Britain, Ireland, the Mediterannean as well as the western coasts of Europe. An adrenaline-junkie obsessed with rock climbing, this plant clings onto stony crevices and cliffs, thriving on well-dra...
  • Sea Grapes

    Sea Grapes

    Sea Grapes

    Sea Grapes, or Caulerpa Lentillifera, are an incredibly rare and unique-looking species of green algae native to coastal Indo-Pacific regions. Affectionately nicknamed “green caviar” and “sea grape,” this sea plant is high in nutritional value and nourishing vitamins, making it both a delicacy in...
  • White Water Lily

    White Water Lily

    White Water Lily

    The White Water Lily, or Nymphaea Tetragona, is the alluring and famous subject of Claude Monet’s paintings and known for its delicate scent and beauty. Native to temperate to tropical climates, they can be found rooting themselves in the nutrient-rich mud of ponds and lakes. Skincare White Wate...
  • Japanese Indigo

    Japanese Indigo

    Japanese Indigo

    Japanese Indigo, or Polygonum Tinctorium, is a gorgeous flowering plant despite being part of the taxonomic family with the unfortunate name “buckwheat” and “knotweed.” It is native to Eastern Europe and Asia and was used throughout history as both a potent topical treatment and a rich blue dye. ...
  • Edelweiss

    Edelweiss

    Edelweiss

    Edelweiss, or Leontopodium Nivale, is a ruggedly lovely and regally white flower that fills the tall European mountains. Like its daisy and sunflower brethren, its petals are exquisite and intricate, adding to its beauty. Though its life-span is short, its intense, fleeting beauty is a marvel non...

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