Witch Hazel Bath
The Susanne Kaufmann Witch Hazel Bath is particularly beneficial with dry and flaky skin The active ingredient derived from the medicinal witch-hazel plant helps the skin regain its balance and regulates its oil content. Skin is gently cared for and soothed.
Especially beneficial to dry and flaky skin.
Rebuilds skin’s protective layer
The natural, spring water is filtered through a special water treatment system that cleans, energises and mineralises the water. It is a good solvent for many raw materials.
Sodium C14-C16 Olefin Sulfonate:
Plant-based washing substance from coconut oil.
Plant-based emulsifier with moisturising effect.
Very pure, highly concentrated sugar surfactant from coconut. It is a foaming mild cleanser. It has a very good skin compatibility and a soothing effect. Unlike conventional surfactants, it is easily biodegradable.
The organic compound serves as a humectant and moisturiser and has an antibacterial effect.
It is present in all waxes and oils. It attracts water to the skin and supports cell regeneration. We only use plant-based glycerin.
Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Water:
Witch hazel contains essential oils, tannins and flavonoids. Its extract has an anti-inflammatory, astringent, decongestant and styptic effect to the skin. Also a cleansing and antiseptic effect is described. These properties make witch hazel a popular ingredient in face lotions, as well as other personal care products and creams for inflamed and irritated skin.
Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower:
The extract made of the flower heads of chamomile works anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and skin refining. It enhances cell renewal and soothes the skin. It also reduces the skin sensitivity.
Salvia Officinalis (Sage) Leaf Extract:
Sage acts anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory and balancing on the skin.
Hypericum Perforatum (St. John's Wort):
St. John's wort extract/oil has an anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effect. It is successfully used for poorly healing wounds. Even with eczema, dermatosis and bruises, St. John's Wort has been proven to help. Hyperforin inhibits the growth of multidrug-resistant Staphylococcus aureus strains that especially neurodermitics suffer from due to their decreased barrier function of skin.
Achillea Millefolium Extract:
The flowers of the yarrow contain an essential oil, which is like the anti-inflammatory effect of chamomile, and the "beauty vitamin" vitamin A. The extract nourishes oily and blemished skin.
Althaea Officinalis (Marshmallow) Root:
Mallow has a soothing, pore refining and anti-inflammatory effect. It makes the skin supple and acts as a moisturiser.
Hydroxypropyl Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride:
Plant gums are polysaccharides of natural origin that are capable of increasing the viscosity of a solution, even at very low concentrations. Supports the formation of emulsions, improves emulsion stability and contributes to an even distribution.
Alcohol of plant-based origin.
Menthol stimulates cold receptors in the skin and the mucous membranes and creates a feeling of cold.
Fragrance with very low allergenic potential and no preservatives.
An isolated, anti-inflammatory substance that is derived from the essential oil of chamomile or from the flower vanillosmopsis erythropappa. Soothes the skin and irritations. Components of essential oils.
Produced as an intermediate in the synthesis of vitamin E and serves as an odorant. It is a natural component of essential oils. It is not added as an isolated substance, but is always included as a component of natural essential oils.
Naturally occurring secondary plant substance found in cinnamon, sweet woodruff and hay. It is used as a fragrance . It is not added as an isolated substance, but is always included as a component of natural essential oils.