Morpheme Face Wash is a boon to the millennial man and woman, who need to be personable at the blink of an eye to take on the world. It exfoliates the dead tissue, deep cleanses the pores of excess oil and muck, helps repair and rejuvenate the skin, and imparts radiant, toned, youthful look.
- The Morpheme Remedies Face Wash contains exotic herbs and organic ingredients that help transform a dull, oily, acne-prone face into flawless, radiant skin.
- Neem is used from ancient times in Siddha, Ayurvedic and Unani medicines to fight skin conditions such as acne, eczema, and psoriasis. It is a known anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and antioxidant.
- Basil is a natural cleanser, antibiotic, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant agent that helps detoxify and rejuvenate skin, and is known to leave skin fairer, brighter, and lighter.
- Tea tree oil helps to remove the dead skin.
- Aloe Vera, Shea Butter, and Glycerin moisturize and condition the skin.
- Lemon Oil, Rosewater, and Menthol add fragrance, apart from nourishing and maintaining the pH of the skin.
- Cucumber extract is known as a skin-lightening agent.
- Vitamin E and Cucumber extract help delay photoaging.
INGREDIENTS AND THEIR BENEFITS
Neem mainly comprises of triglycerides, triterpenoid compounds such as Azadirachtin, Nimbin, nimbanene, and nimbidin etc, vitamin E, fatty acids, antioxidants, and calcium. The fatty acids and vitamins in Neem oil permeate into the skin and helps lock moisture in the skin. It rejuvenates the skin cells and restores flexibility. Neem Oil’s antifungal property is found to be effectual against 14 strains of common fungi such as athlete’s foot, ringworm, and candida that infect the skin. 
The anti-bacterial property of Neem helps relieve many skin disorders including acne, psoriasis, eczema, etc.  Neem helps reduce photo skin-aging symptoms like creases, thickening, skin dehydration, and erythema. It helps flush toxins from the skin pores. It helps eliminate the pathogens, chemicals, and impurities, and minimizes the skin irritation. The antioxidant effect of Neem stabilizes the reactive oxygen species and helps reduce cellular damage. Neem is known to trigger collagen production and helps combat aging. It nourishes the flawed skin.
Neem is an effective exfoliant. It helps shrivel the large pores and stop the onset of pimples, age marks, and flaws.  It is found to alleviate chronic ulcers and scabies without any harmful side effects.  It is also effective against septic sores, infected burns, and dermatological insects such as maggots. Neem helps combat wounds, moles, and warts. The fatty acids help block surplus sebum and inhibit bacteria build-up that causes pimples and acne. 
2. BASIL OIL (OCIMUM BASILICUM)
Basil oil is extracted from the leaves and seeds of basil (Tulsi), a medicinal herb belonging to the family of Lamiaceae (mints) and native to Southeast Asia. It is rich in vitamins A and C, minerals such as calcium, zinc, iron, and chlorophyll. Basil oil is effective as a natural cleanser. It helps to remove the dirt and surplus oil from the pores, which are the precursors for acne and pimple development. It exfoliates the dead skin and imparts a cleaner and fairer look. The antioxidants in the natural oil lighten the skin tone and leave face glowing. It nourishes the skin and helps alleviate the dullness of the skin. 
The anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory activities of basil oil help get rid of acne and pimples.  Its cooling nature and anti-inflammatory effect help alleviate the irritation, puffiness, and pain inherent with pimples. It is also effective against insect bites. The potent antibiotic, disinfectant and anti-fungal properties of basil oil help combat ringworms, and several skin disorders such as psoriasis, eczema, and allergies.
Camphene and thymol present in basil oil help reduce soreness, irritations, and infections.  The flavonoids and antioxidants help tighten skin, stabilize the free radicals, delay skin aging due to UV radiation and reduce laugh lines, skin folds, and age spots. It helps enhance cell growth. It is believed to decrease trans-epidermal water loss, skin roughness, scaliness, and helps increase skin smoothness. It helps mitigate blackheads and whiteheads. 
3. TEA TREE OIL ( MELALEUCA ALTERNIFOLIA)
Tea Tree oil is an essential oil derived from the leaves of tea tree native to Australia. Tea tree oil is effective against psoriasis, scabies, and insect bites. It helps decrease redness of the skin in people prone to allergy caused by contact with nickel. Tea tree oil helps alleviate skin bumps caused by the chicken pox virus. Tea tree oil’s anti-bacterial ability help fight wounds caused by bacteria. 
The anti-inflammatory nature of terpinene-4-alpha found in tea tree oil diminishes swelling in histamine-induced skin inflammation. Tea tree oil mitigates dry skin by reducing itching and skin irritation. The anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties of tea tree oil combat acne vulgaris through multiple mechanisms. The antiseptic property of tea tree oil cleans the skin and removes surplus oil from the skin. It is known to decrease pore size and desquamation or skin peeling. It helps reduce total acne lesion counting (TLC) and acne severity index (ASI). 
4. LEMON OIL
The lemon essential oil is extracted from the rinds of the lemon and contains two main compounds limonene and beta-pinene.
The strong antioxidant ability of limonene helps thwart reactive oxygen species induced reactions fights skin damage and helps delay skin aging. 
The antiseptic nature of lemon oil helps alleviate minor wounds and skin infections. The anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial activities help combat acne.  It works as an excellent skin toner and astringent. It helps remove surplus oil, muck, and makeup, maintain pH and rejuvenate the skin. It helps to exfoliate the dead epidermal cells, unclog the pores, detoxify the skin, and shrink the pores. 
The natural bleaching ability of lemon oil helps decrease hyperpigmentation, scars, blemishes, and suntans, and lightens the skin tone.  Vitamin C in lemon oil helps enhance collagen production and provides soft, supple, and youthful look. 
5. ALOE VERA
Aloe Vera known as the wonder plant contains vitamins, minerals, enzymes, saccharides, anthraquinones, fatty acids, and amino acids. Aloe’s complex carbohydrates coupled with its succulent nature helps moisturize the skin. It helps seal moisture into the skin and leaves skin soft and smooth. 
The salicylic acid present in aloe vera, which works as an excellent exfoliator, deep cleanses pores and eliminates dirt and excess oil and thus thwarts the onset of acne, pimples, and blackheads. Aloe’s antibacterial and anti-inflammatory activities help reduce mild to moderate acne vulgaris without any side effects. 
Aloe Vera helps enhance the collagen content and increase the extent of collagen cross-linking leading to rapid healing and wound contraction. It helps alleviate wounds from second-degree burns.  Aloe’s wound healing ability helps alleviate recurring atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, eczema and lichen planus. 
Aloe Vera enhances the antioxidant activity of the skin, inhibits the production and release of cytokines such as IL-10, and fights photoaging.  It helps soften the already toughened skin and reduces pore size. Aloe helps inhibit tyrosinase, an enzyme that causes pigmentation, dark spots or sunburns. Antioxidants such as glutathione peroxide help alleviate the existing blemishes on the skin. 
Rose water helps to soothe the inflamed areas, reduce rash or redness, and regulate pH of the skin. It is believed to cleanse the pores, eliminate excess sebum, and shrink pores. It helps fight acne. The astringent and anti-inflammatory properties of rosewater are effective against P. acnes bacteria. Its antiseptic and antibacterial activities help alleviate infections, cuts, scars, and burns. 
Rosewater acts as an anti-solar agent due to its high sun protection factor (SPF) and helps protect skin from the harmful effects of UV radiation. The abundant natural antioxidants in rosewater help scavenge free radicals, inhibit cell damage, and delay the appearance of laugh lines, wrinkles, and aging due to exposure to UV radiation. 
7. SHEA BUTTER
Shea butter is extracted from the nuts of the shea tree, which is native to West Africa. Shea butter works as an excellent emollient and moisturizer. It nourishes the skin, permeates the skin, and seals moisture in the skin. The moisturizing effect of shea butter is known to last several hours. It helps alleviate acne, dermatitis, psoriasis, scabies, and eczema. 
The unsaponifiable fraction of shea butter absorbs UV radiation (250-300 nm) and helps protect skin against sunburn, averting erythema and possible sun-induced skin disorders. The high levels of oleic acid, linoleic acid, and stearic acid in shea butter help inhibit skin damage due to oxidative stress. Shea butter is found to enhance collagen production, which results in skin appearing soft, supple, and youthful. The anti-inflammatory nature of shea butter helps alleviate redness and swelling on the face. 
8. CUCUMBER EXTRACT
Cucumber extract works as a skin-lightening agent by inhibiting tyrosinase expression. It is known to reduce sebum production, repair the skin barrier, increase water content, and maintain skin integrity and appearance. The antioxidant activity of cucumber exhibits free radical scavenging activity as well as anti-hyaluronidase and anti-elastase activity. It is believed to alleviate fine lines and wrinkles. 
Glycerin works as a humectant and keeps the outer layer of the skin hydrated. It moisturizes the skin and ameliorates dry, crusty, and inflamed skin. It helps make skin less greasy. 
10. VITAMIN E
Vitamin E helps to rectify the defective keratinization of oleaginous vesicles, and reduce the formation of blackheads and thus deprives P. acnes bacteria of a suitable atmosphere for survival.  Vitamin E inhibits the reactive oxygen species from altering collagen and glycosaminoglycans biosynthesis in the skin and helps fight photoaging of skin. It helps reduce the extent and depth of facial lines and wrinkles. 
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