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It's your skin’s first line of protection—keeping moisture and nutrients in and modern-day environmental and digital stressors out. COOLA Organic Skincare goes beyond a single step in your routine to help fortify your skin's natural barrier as you cleanse, moisturize and nourish.
Moisture Recharging Mask
Today’s skin aggressors come in all shapes and sizes, including UVA/UVB, pollution, and digital blue light. The hero powers of Snow Mushroom Extract and Kakadu Plum help fight free radical damage, refresh tired skin, and recharge skin’s moisture after a stressful day.SHOP NOW | $48
Stimulating and energizing, this combination of Ginseng, Green Tea, Cucumber, and Damask Rosewater is the mist-me-up you need throughout a long day. One spritz helps replenish skin’s barrier skin with a stress-fighting antioxidant boost to help combat the effects of damaging skin stressors like blue light and pollution.SHOP NOW | $36
California Sea Kelp Actives- rich in essential nutrients and polyphenols, fortifies and hydrates skin’s barrier
Blue Algae Extract- rich in amino acids, fatty acids, antioxidants, and proteins, helps stimulate skin’s natural defenses
Adaptogenic Ginseng – Helps depuff, brighten, and rebalance skin
Green Tea Extract – Helps support and awaken tired skin
Tremella Mushroom Extract (snow mushroom)- helps skin retain moisture
Goji Berry- packed with nutrients and vitamins, helps nourish, rebalance, and relieve stressed skin
Camu Camu Extract- rich in Vitamin C, amino acids and other antioxidants, helps revive skin’s appearance and mitigate signs of skin fatigue
Kakadu Plum Extract- full of antioxidants rich in Vitamin C, helps nourish and revitalize skin
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4. Third-party conducted ex-vivo tests on fibrillin-1 expression in human skin using COOLA Full Spectrum 360 complex. See “COOLA’s Scientifically Proven Results” section.
5. Liebel F, Kaur S, Ruvolo E, Kollias N, Southall MD. Irradiation of skin with visible light induces reactive oxygen species and matrix-degrading enzymes. J Invest Dermatol. 2012 Jul;132(7):1901-7. doi: 10.1038/jid.2011.476. Epub 2012 Feb 9.
6. Third-party conducted ex-vivo tests on claudin-1 expression in human skin using COOLA Full Spectrum 360 complex.
7. Supplier-conducted in-vitro tests on abasic sites (DNA lesions) of keratinocyte mitochondria at active level (0.5%) of one of the key ingredients in COOLA Full Spectrum 360 complex.