Omega fatty acids are important ingredients for your skin. They promote smoother, younger looking skin and a healthier complexion, regardless of your age or skin type. Discover more
Promotes radiant-looking skin
A triple-action cleansing balm formulated with omega's 3, 6 and 9 to cleanse, nourish and hydrate while rinsing completely clean.
Visibly reduces fine lines
Nourishes very dry skin
Prevents moisture loss
Light, lotion-style serum strengthens the skin barrier and allows it to behave younger.
Reduces signs of ageing
Strengthens and nourishes dehydrated eyes to visibly reduce the appearance of fine lines and crepey skin over time.
Restores moisture balance
Strengthens skin's natural barrier
Feed very dry, dehydrated skin with this intensely rich night cream packed with omega fatty acids 3,6 and 9.
A triple dose of omega fatty acids hydrate and nourish skin.
Reduces discolouration from breakouts
Visibly reduces enlarged pores
Fights signs of ageing
A lightweight hyaluronic serum that reduces brown spots from breakouts and makes pores less visible.
Leaves skin soft and hydrated
Suitable for sensitive skin
Antioxidant serum with vitamin C works to firm, brighten and improve uneven skin tone.
Antioxidants soothe skin
Gentle, milky toner offers superior hydration while minimising the appearance of wrinkles.
Formulated for dry and oily areas
Suitable for breakout-prone skin
Weightless formula fights blackheads and protects skin from environmental damage.
Hydrating serum with 0.01% retinol leaves skin radiant and protects against environmental assault.
Doesn't leave skin feeling tight
Suitable for rosacea-prone skin
Rich milky toner soothes and replenishes ultra-dry, flaky skin.
This power duo hydrates and nourishes dry to very dry skin with the omegas, ceramides and antioxidants your skin craves.
Four omega-rich products hydrate and nourish skin.
The research about omega’s healthy fatty acids for skin is fascinating. In fact, it inspired us to formulate highly specialised omega skincare to deliver these important ingredients to skin. There are 11 omega fatty acids. Among them, the most vital for skin are: omega-3, omega-6 and omega-9.
Omega fatty acids serve as the essential building blocks of skin's surface layers. They reinforce and strengthen the skin's surface. Omega skincare can help to reduce dryness by retaining moisture. A dry, dehydrated skin can benefit tremendously from using a product with omega fatty acids, such as a fatty acid serum or a fatty acid cream.
Looking for an omega face cream, omega 3 face oil or a fatty acid serum? Add the Omega+ Complex Serum to your routine to instantly replenish, repair and strengthen your skin's natural barrier. This super light, lotion-style serum is perfect for dry, sensitive skin that shows signs of ageing.
Prefer a richer moisturiser? Opt for our Omega+ Complex Moisturiser.
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Wondering about the difference between omega fatty acids, ceramides and peptides? These ingredient groups share some similarities as well as some significant differences. When it comes to our products containing omega fatty acids, ceramides, and peptides, here's what you need to know to help you decide which ones are right for you.
Our philosophy? Smart, Safe Beauty. The products you use should work and be good for your skin, no exceptions. Based on our heritage in consumer advocacy, each of our formulas is effective, safe and backed by cited research. We uncover the truth about skincare and share all of the facts with you along the way - because keeping your skin healthy shouldn't be a mystery.
Our products do what they promise and we want you to experience that for yourself, that's why we offer a 60 day money-back guarantee. If you are not satisfied with your purchase, contact us within 60 days for a full refund.
For any questions about our products or for help on building a skincare routine, please contact our Customer Care team. Our skincare experts are on hand to help you find the best products for your skin.
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