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Collagen Booster Face Oil, what are the ingredients and why are they so special!

I have now already used 3 bottles of the collagen Booster face oil myself and still, whether it is summer or winter, I am in love. It feels so nice on your skin and the result is amazing. I use it in the morning and evening on my face and neck. These are the special ingredients.

Jojoba Oil

Jojoba oil is actually not an oil but a liquid wax. It is extracted from the seeds of the jojoba shrub. In the spring, small yellow and white flowers with 6 sepals grow on the shrub. This oil contains a lot of vitamin E and important fatty acids which offers benefits for all skin types . If you have dry and/or sensitive skin, it is valuable, but for oily skin it helps to reduce sebum production. You can even rub it into your hair as a great mask.

Rosehip oil

In other words, Rosehip oil is usually used in skin care products for its strong anti-aging properties. It contains a lot of Vitamin A which helps to improve your skin structure. Fine lines fade and scars can be prevented if you apply this regularly. It’s also a wonderful moisturizer.

Chia Seed Oil

Chia seed oil is now very well known as a superfood because it contains a lot of Omega 3, 6 and phytosterols such as EPA & DHA (also in fish oil). Super healthy! But for the skin, it has properties such as anti-inflammatory and stimulation of cell renewal. It can shrink your skin pores and soothe irritated skin.

He Shou Wu

This is a chinese herbal medicine used for healthy aging. Through the skin it can counteract signs of aging. It is also used for acne and dermatitis (inflammation of the skin).


This herb comes from the Japanese immortality plant. It is often sold as tea (Jiaogulan) and really has a huge laundry list of qualities. In skin care, it is an absolute anti-aging hero. It provides more elasticity so that wrinkles look less deep and your skin simply becomes healthier and stronger


In other words, ponytail. This helps heal wounds and strengthens the connective tissue in your skin. It reduces stretch marks and has anti-itch properties.


This fabric is a bit more familiar to many. It comes from the marigold which absorbs light and heat from the sun throughout the day. On the skin, it heals inflammation and stimulates the production of new tissue! And that is good! It works protective, strengthening and warming.

Mangosteen peel

Do not confuse this fruit with a mango, it has nothing to do with that. The peel of the mangosteen fruit contains a very special kind of antioxidant, namely xanthones. Scientific research from the University of Illinois puts them in the spotlight for the treatment of serious illnesses. For the skin it acts as a kind of defense against harmful external influences. It also promotes microcirculation. This improves the vitality and radiance of the skin. I also have a fantastic powder for you to take!

Comfrey Leaf

Also called comfrey. Works skin and mucous membrane repairing and anti-inflammatory. Great for problem skin.


Provides smooth and shiny skin. Reduces blemishes.

Helichrysum oil

1 of the best oils for treating all kinds of skin problems. Both for the skin itself and the underlying tissue. So it penetrates deep into the skin.


It is really a treat for your skin!