The composition of GP NATURAL consists mainly of authentic minerals, which are sterilized and pulverized in fine powders and then mixed with a variety of natural inorganic colors; For this reason, they are light and allow the skin to breathe naturally, free of fragrances, preservatives and other skin irritants, which are present in traditional make-up. Anti-inflammatory: Two of our ingredients: titanium dioxide and zinc oxide are minerals with anti-inflammatory properties that help relieve skin irritation.
Mineral sun block: Titanium dioxide and zinc oxide are also minerals that offer natural, wide-spectrum sun protection.
Free of oils and fragrances: Mineral cosmetics do not damage or stain the skin with oils and chemical additives.
No black pores: Being natural cosmetics, without oils, fragrances, chemicals or synthetic ingredients, also prevents clogging of the pores allowing the skin to breathe naturally.
No Preservatives: The main ingredients used in mineral makeup are inorganic so pure mineral makeup does not contain preservatives; Which means that bacteria and microbes do not have the possibility to have adequate conditions to live in the makeup and infect the skin.
Beneficial for sensitive skin: Traditional bases contain a compound of unnatural ingredients that can produce a state of imbalance or irritation in many types of skin, whereas natural mineral cosmetics of GP Natural are excellent for sensitive skin because of its BALANCING properties.
Remains throughout the day: Mineral pigment particles remain all day on different skin types. Zinc oxide helps to fix the pigments to the skin.
Natural Look: GP Natural’s mineral bases not only make our customers feel and look more natural, but help them erase skin imperfections by achieving a radiant health appearance.
Main Ingredients in our Products
Zinc: It is important for the perfect functioning of the immune system. They collaborate the process of detoxification of the skin.
Calcium: Helps combat the effects of external agents, acting on the skin as a balancing act.
Titanium Dioxide: It is another mineral complex that is often used as sunscreen and mixed with makeup provides both color and benefits of using mineral makeup.
Sodium: Retains moisture in the skin
Collagen: Collagen protein is located between the epidermis and muscles, playing a key role in maintaining firm and smooth skin and muscle fibers.
Liposomes: When they come in contact with the skin, they literally merge with it, with its cell membrane and once they are part of the skin, they slowly release its contents. One of the fats that normally carry these liposomes to the skin is lecithin, which is a fat with nutrient properties. It significantly improves luminosity and epidermal smoothness, deeply carrying Vitamin C.
Vitamin E: The main function of vitamin E is to act as an antioxidant: it regenerates and protects cells from free radicals. The accumulation of cellular damage by free radicals is one of the causes of aging. Vitamin E and its derivatives are soluble in fat, so they are relatively easy to absorb into the skin.
Vitamin C: Also known as ascorbic acid, it is a potent antioxidant that inactivates free radicals induced by ultraviolet rays. It also acts as an anti-inflammatory agent. When applied after UVA sunburn, vitamin C reduces redness faster than in untreated areas. Psoriasis and eczema have also shown an improvement with vitamin C. In addition, ascorbic acid stimulates collagen synthesis and reduces dark pigmentation of the skin (eg, age spots). Therefore, ascorbic acid is considered an anti-aging ingredient. Protects the skin from aging and repairs sun damage and contamination. It also serves to reduce wrinkles, blemishes and brighten the complexion.
Vitamin A: It is a fat soluble (liposoluble) vitamin that is easy to absorb, it is involved in the formation and maintenance of skin cells, affecting the development, protection and regulation of the skin and mucous membranes. We find vitamin A in the form of retinol, which has anti-aging properties, both for its antioxidant work that neutralizes free radicals and for its immune function on the skin, which makes it essential for the healing process.
It stimulates hydration by favoring the manufacture of molecules that retain water in the extracellular matrix of the skin, such as hyaluronic acid; And also favors the formation of collagen, the substance responsible for giving elasticity and skin turgor. That’s why we incorporate vitamin A into our cosmetics, to provide them with more anti-wrinkle power and to provide an extra moisturizing, quickly improving the natural appearance of our skin.
Resveratrol: A phytoalexin present in grapes and in products such as wine, must, etc., and other foods such as oysters, peanuts and nuts. It has natural antioxidant properties (anti-aging and anti-wrinkle) and anti-cancer properties. Grape extract has traditionally been used as a healing and anti-inflammatory. Its use goes back to antiquity, nowadays it is used for its numerous beneficial properties, including its anti-microbial action, anti-fungus, anti-oxidant and as an ingredient that absorbs harmful ultraviolet rays. Grape extract not only can help treat the skin but also acts as a natural preservative, which helps to exfoliate the upper layers of the skin, promotes moisture restoration and helps the penetration of other ingredients, this does Which improves the texture of the skin in general.
Peptides: Keeps skin young, smooth and smooth. Peptides produce proteins thus creating collagen and elastin in the skin cells, repairing various damage caused by the passage of time.
Japanese Green Tea: It has innumerable virtues for health, as a stimulant, curing diseases of the skin and moisturizing the body.
Peptides: Keeps skin young, smooth and smooth. Peptides produce proteins thus creating collagen and elastin in the skin cells, repairing various damage caused by the passage of time. Helps combat, prevent and prevent the destruction of skin cells and tissues. Green tea contains vitamin C, minerals and essential oils.
Hyaluronic Acid: It is a component of the skin, responsible for the compatibility of tissues and is capable of collecting.