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Ingredient glossary

  • Rice Starch

    WHAT IT IS:
    A white powder derived from rice widely used for its absorbing properties

    WHAT IT DOES:
    Absorbs sebum, controls shine, minimizes pore appearance, and repairs and maintains the natural skin barrier.

  • Oat Oil

    WHAT IT IS:
    An oil extracted from oat kernels 

    WHAT IT DOES:
    Rich in vitamin E and ceramides which help to soften, hydrate, and protect the skin's barrier. Known to reduce inflammation with a high linoleic acid, high omega-3, and high omega-6 fatty acid content.

  • Papain

    WHAT IT IS:
    A naturally derived enzyme from papaya

    WHAT IT DOES:
    Contributes to the breakdown of protein in the skin, helping to remove damaged skin cells allowing healthy tissue to heal. Soothes skin irritations and inflammation, lightens blemishes, brightens, and improves texture.

  • Blue Butterfly Pea Extract

    WHAT IT IS:
    A bright blue powder made from the Blue Butterfly Pea flower

    WHAT IT DOES:
    Known as a powerful calming treatment as well as an immune system booster. Antioxidant-rich, which stimulates collagen growth and aids in calming skin irritation and redness.

  • Kaolin

    WHAT IT IS:
    A soft, white clay mineral 

    WHAT IT DOES:
    Firms skin, and known to provide skin elasticity improvement. Its anti-inflammatory and gentle properties allow it to be used on sensitive skin. Absorbs excess oil, clears pores, and decreases inflammation.

  • Grapefruit Extract

    WHAT IT IS:
    Extracts from the grapefruit peel

    WHAT IT DOES:
    Vitamin and antioxidant-rich. Along with protecting the skin, it also gives the bead a natural, non-irritating, and refreshing scent.

  • ORANGE PEEL EXTRACT

    WHAT IT IS:
    Oils and aromatics extracted from orange peels

    WHAT IT DOES:
    High in Vitamin C, orange peel extract supports collagen and elastin growth. Rich in antioxidants.

  • OAT FLOUR

    WHAT IT IS:
    A fine powder from ground organic oats

    WHAT IT DOES:
    Oat flour is key in restoring moisture to dry skin and creating a protective skin barrier against UV rays and impurities.

OUR UNIQUE TRILURONIC ACID BLEND

  • Low Molecular weight

    • Hydration
    • Elasticity
    • Deep lines

    Low molecular weights penetrate deepest skin layers

  • Medium Molecular Weight

    • Hydration
    • Elasticity
    • Fine lines

    Medium molecular weights protect your skin's barrier

  • High Molecular Weight

    • Elasticity
    • Trans-epidermal
    water loss

    High molecular weights target outermost skin layers

Tested and perfected by the team, never on animals

We believe in clean beauty with a clean conscience. Animal cruelty has no place in our brand, and we unequivocally reject it at Seadrop. We don't (and will never) test on animals. We are Leaping Bunny certified cruelty-free and vegan, and we pride ourselves on being able to bring you the highest quality skincare without harming our furry friends.

Our Naughty List:

We also want to show you what we didn’t include…

What it is:

A type of surfactant that attracts both oil and water in order to act as a cleansing and lathering agent

Why it's bad:

Although they are found in many beauty products, they often are too harsh for the skin which can lead to irritation, redness, and itchiness

What it is:

An artificial preservative widely used in the cosmetic industry to prevent bacteria and mold growth

Why it's bad:

Parabens have been shown to interrupt the hormone and reproductive system. It's also been shown to increase UV damage and sensitize the skin

What it is:

A chemical that makes skincare products more durable and a solvent of other ingredients

Why it's bad:

Phthalates can cause long-term hormone problems, reproductive issues, and even birth defects. They also can cause major organ damage

What it is:

Mixtures of many different chemicals used to mimic certain smells

Why it's bad:

Synthetic fragrances have been seen to increase skin sensitivity, irritation, and dryness

What it is:

A mineral used widely in cosmetics for its absorbing and cakey properties

Why it's bad:

Talc can potentially be contaminated with asbestos. Talc is known to be carcinogenic

What it is:

A preservative that slowly releases formaldehyde to keep the product fresh

Why it's bad:

While not quite formaldehyde, once they’re used in skincare, they can leech cancer-causing formaldehyde into your skin

What it is:

Small beads used to help cleanse away skin and impurities

Why it's bad:

Not only does research show that these micro-beads can be harmful to your skin by causing microscopic tears, but they also run into our waterways, can’t be filtered out and don’t degrade

What it is:

PFAs preserve skincare and create a more durable product.

Why it's bad:

Forever chemicals stick around in our environment, cause birth defects, hormone disruption, cause cancer, liver damage, and much more

What it is:

Compounds used to synthetically alter the natural color of skincare to make it look more appealing

Why it's bad:

Many artificial colorants can cause skin irritation, block pores, and some were even found to have cancer-causing properties

What it is:

A petroleum-based product used to treat dry and cracked skin

Why it's bad:

Mineral oil can dry out the skin, leading to premature aging. It can also irritate your skin and lungs. It’s also a product of crude oil distillation

1,4 DIOXANE ⋅ 2-METHOXYETHANOL ⋅ ACACIA SENEGAL GUM ⋅ ACRYLAMIDE ⋅ ALUMINUM CHLORIDE ⋅ ALUMINUM CHLOROHYDRATE ⋅ ALUMINUM CHLOROHYDREX ⋅ ALUMINUM DICHLOROHYDRATE ⋅ ALUMINUM POWDER ⋅ ALUMINUM SESQUICHLOROHYDRATE ⋅ ALUMINUM ZIRCONIUM OCTACHLOROHYDRATE ⋅ ALUMINUM ZIRCONIUM OCTACHLOROHYDREX GLY ⋅ ALUMINUM ZIRCONIUM PENTACHLOROHYDRATE ⋅ ALUMINUM ZIRCONIUM PENTACHLOROHYDREX GLY ⋅ ALUMINUM ZIRCONIUM TETRACHLOROHYDRATE ⋅ ALUMINUM ZIRCONIUM TETRACHLOROHYDREX GLY ⋅ ALUMINUM ZIRCONIUM TRICHLOROHYDRATE ⋅ ALUMINUM ZIRCONIUM TRICHLOROHYDREX GLY ⋅ AMMONIUM ACRYLOYLDIMETHYLTAURATE  ⋅  ANIMAL DERIVED INGREDIENTS ⋅ ANIMAL MUSKS ⋅ ANIMAL FATS ⋅ ANIMAL OILS ⋅ BIOSACCHARIDE GUM-1  ⋅ BENZALKONIUM CHLORIDE ⋅ BENZOPHENONES AND RELATED COMPOUNDS ⋅ BISPHENOL A (BPA) ⋅ BUTOXYETHANOL ⋅ BUTYLATED HYDROXYANISOLE (BHA) ⋅ BUTYLATED HYDROXYTULOLENE (BHT) ⋅ CARMINE ⋅ CHEMICAL SUNSCREENS ⋅ COAL TAR ⋅ SYNTHETIC COLORANTS ⋅ CYCLIC SILICONES ⋅ DIETHANOLAMINE (DEA) ⋅ DRYING ALCOHOLS ⋅ ETHYLENEDIAMINETETRAACETIC ACID (EDTA) ⋅ ETHANOLAMINE (ETA) ⋅ GERANIOL ⋅ GLYCOLS ⋅ HEAVY METALS ⋅ HIGH SOLVENT NAPHTHA ⋅ HYDROQUINONE ⋅ JAPANESE HONEYSUCKLE ⋅ KERATIN ⋅ LANOLIN ⋅ LEAD ⋅ LEAD ACETATE ⋅ LIMONENE ⋅ LINALOOL ⋅ LIQUID PARAFFIN ⋅ MERCURY ⋅ METHYL CELLOSOLVE ⋅ METHYL METHACRYLATE ⋅ METHYLCHLOROISOTHIAZOLINONE ⋅ METHYLISOTHIAZOLINONE ⋅ MICA ⋅ MINERAL OIL ⋅ MONOETHANOLAMINE (MEA) ⋅ NANOMATERIALS ⋅ NAPHTHA DISTILLATE ⋅ NAPTHA MULTIPLE ⋅ NITROMUSKS ⋅ OCTINOXATE ⋅ OXYBENZONE ⋅ POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL (PEG) COMPOUNDS ⋅ PERFLUORINATED COMPOUNDS ⋅ PER- AND POLYFLUOROALKYL SUBSTANCES (PFAS) ⋅ PERFLUOROCARBONS (PFCS) ⋅ PETROLATUM ⋅ PHENOXYETHANOL ⋅ PLASTIC MICROBEADS ⋅ POLYACRYLAMIDE ⋅ POLYCYCLIC MUSKS ⋅ POLYSORBATES ⋅ PROPYLENE GLYCOL (PPGS) ⋅ QUATERNARY AMMONIUM COMPOUNDS ⋅ RESORCINOL ⋅ RETINYL PALMITATE ⋅ SILOXANES ⋅ SODIUM LAUROYL SARCOSINATE ⋅ STYRENE ⋅ TETRAHYDROFURFURYL METHACRYLATE ⋅ THIMERISOL ⋅ TRICLOCARBAN ⋅ TRICLOSAN ⋅ TRIETHANOLAMINE (TEA)

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