Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) is a chemical found naturally in certain foods. MSM contains sulfur, a chemical element known to play a role in many biological processes. It is is the third most abundant element in the body. Your nails, skin, and hair all contain sulfur, and your body uses it throughout to produce protein and collagen.MSM is a potent anti-inflammatory. A small number of foods do contain MSM but only in very small amounts. Taking MSM in supplement form is a much easier way to increase your intake than looking to find it in foods. MSM is essential for supporting many different functions in the body. It is vital for supporting  proper cell structure and reversing free-radical damage to cells. MSM also supports the immune system and the body’s ability to repair connective tissue.

Ningxia Red contains a great whole food source of protein, fiber, minerals and vitamins.It contains yuzu, lemon, tangerine and orange essential oil. It supports healthy immune system and has natural antioxidants which protect the body against free radicals. It is free radicals that create cell oxidation; therefore Ningxia Red may help prevent against oxidative stress.

Copaiba Essential Oil acts as an anti-inflammatory. It also acts as a pain reliever. Copaiba Essential Oil can be applied for a comforting cool down. It can also be diffused to create a warm, inviting environment.

Oryza sativa (rice) bran extract is a plant ingredient used in cosmetics to condition and soften skin. It’s also a chelating agent. The bran is the brown outer layer of the rice kernel. It’s a by-product from milling of rice, but don’t take that to mean it’s a throwaway ingredient: rice bran is a rich source of over 100 antioxidant compounds, including vitamin E, ferulic acid, and oryzanol. The bran also contains moisturizing polysaccharides, omega-3 fatty acids, and micronutrients like calcium, selenium, phosphorus, iron, and zinc.

Silicon dioxide is a natural chemical mix of silicon and oxygen that has uses in many food products as an anticaking agent. This type of food additive prevents foods from caking or sticking together in clumps. This may help ensure a product’s shelf life, protect against the effects of moisture, and keep powdered ingredients from sticking together and helping them flow smoothly.

Silicon dioxide also exists in numerous plants that humans regularly consume, such as:

  • dark, leafy greens
  • some grains and cereals, such as oats and brown rice
  • vegetables, such as beets and bell peppers
  • alfalfa

Stearic Acid is a saturated long-chain fatty acid. It’s present in humans, animals and some plants. A common multi-tasker fatty acid. It makes your skin feel nice and smooth (emollient), gives body to cream type products and helps to stabilize water and oil mixes (aka emulsions). 

Hypromellose, also commonly known as hydroxypropyl methycellulose (HPMC) is a coating agent and film-former used as an inactive ingredient in the pharmaceutical industry. It has also been used as a rate-controlling polymer for sustained-release dose forms. Hypromellose is simply artificial tears that alleviate irritated or dry eyes. Dry eyes can occur when the body is unable to produce enough tears. Common causes of decreased tear production include aging, certain medical conditions and medications, tear gland damage from inflammation or radiation, heating and air-conditioning, reading (particularly on an electronic screen) or exposure to the elements such as too much sun or wind.