We use only the most effective, premium ingredients in Adorlée products.
Natural, organic and scientifically-proven ingredients are carefully selected to rejuvenate and beautify the skin.
Read more about our ingredients below.
White Tea: Prized for its potent antioxidant and anti-aging properties
Ginseng: Rich in vitamins and minerals to improve skin health, tone and complexion
Aloe Vera: Contains phytochemicals and antioxidents beneficial to hydrate skin and reduce redness
Caprylic: Derived from coconut oil, an excellent skin repairing ingredient and hydrator
Hyaluronic Acid: Naturally occurring molecule that hydrates the skin and increases its elasticity
Eyeliss™: a patented compound formulated to prevent puffiness and reduces bags under the eyes. Eyeliss is made up of 3 natural and effective peptides that work together to address the causes of eye bags: Hesperidin Methyl Chalcone (found in several different citrus fruits like oranges or grapefruits), Dipeptide Valyl-Tryptophne, and Lipopeptide Pal-GQPR.
Historical references of White tea trace as far back as the Tang Dynasty (618-907), China. It is one of the least-processed forms of tea, and is made from young tea leaves or buds that are allowed to dry in natural sun. In skin care, white tea is a potent antioxidant ingredient that helps protect skin from pollution, smoke and the harms of stress.
Ginseng root has been used medicinally in Asia and North America for centuries, and it has been called “root of life” for its energizing properties. Ginseng is rich in essential amino acids, vitamin B, and zinc. It acts as a stimulator, rejuvenating the skin and reducing inflammation.
In Ancient Egypt, Aloe gel was used for countless beauty and health purposes. Today, Aloe continues to be a leading natural ingredient, with wound healing and anti-inflammatory properties that reduce skin inflammation. Aloe leaves contain phytochemicals and antioxidants that can help improve the skin’s natural firmness and keep the skin hydrated.
Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a gel-like water holding molecule that is the space filler and cushioning agent in all mammals. HA cushions joints, nerves, hydrates skin and hair, and fills the eye. Although originally discovered in 1934 by Karl Meyer, HA gained momentum only after a visit by a reporter to a Japanese village of Yuzuri Hara to find out why both men and women in their 80’s and 90’s had smooth wrinkle free skin, flexible joints, full heads of hair and activity levels that defied their age. This was eventually found to be related to oestrogen-like molecules in their diet from soya and tofu, which sent signals to the cells to make more hyaluronic acid.
Our bodies roughly contain 15 grams of HA and it is found in virtually every part of the body. With such a widespread occurrence, it is logical that HA also has multiple functions. Scientific studies have shown that HA improves skin hydration, stimulates production of collagen in skin, works as an antioxidant and free radical scavenger, maintains skin elasticity, cushions joints and nerve tissues, has an antibacterial and anti-inflammatory activity and maintains the fluid in the eye tissues, which may help to protect against numerous possible eye concerns.