Achillea Millefolium Oil – yarrow extract is used as natural medicine for its antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and astringent properties. The rare oil promotes skin cell regeneration.

Aloe Barbadensis Gel – aloe vera is attributed to numerous positive characteristics: moisturizing, wound-healing, anti-inflammatory, approved for irritated skin, as well as it reinforces self-recovery in case of sunburn.

Argania Spinosa Oil – fosters cell renewal, protects against moisture loss and prevents premature skin aging. Argan oil is rich in vitamin E and helps with skin problems. Its particular fatty acid pattern means it helps to boost the skin’s barrier function.

Boswellia Serrata Resin Extract – the in incense occurring boswellia acids protect agains cellular aging and act anti-inflammatory. Numerous clinical studies con rm the use of boswellia to treat psoriasis, eczema and even tumors.

Calendula Officinalis Oil – calendula is one of the most famous medical plant in the tradition of wound care. The strength of calendula is unleashed as it is embedded in the harmonious symphony of ingredients that make up this healing serum. Due to its protective and constructive character, calendula eases injuries and irritated skin as well as it promotes the formation of new coat. Besides, their carotenoids strengthens the skin against external influences.

Cannabis Sativa (Hemp) Seed Oil – due to its valuable alpha-linolenic acid, hemp seed oil has strong regenerative and cell renewing properties. Hemp seed oil is an outstanding moisturizer and relieves itching. The substantial oil which consists of important fatty acids is recommended for many dermatosis.

Chamomilla Recutita Flower Oil – wild chamomile has been recognised as a medicinal plant since ancient times. It is now used on dry, reddened, irritated skin and for allergic skin diseases. Azulene – the main active ingredient in wild chamomile – is anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, wound-healing, antimycotic and particularly well tolerated by the skin.

Cera Alba – beeswax is known for its antibiotic effect and has a high water binding capacity. With its 300 components it provides protection and care.

Citric Acid – regulates the ph value. In contrast to humans, dogs ph value is in the alkaline range. Therefore, human cosmetics are completely unsuitably for dogs.

Citrus Junos Oil – is used in traditional japanese medicine. This oil has skin caring properties and is rich in antioxidants. In aromatherapy it is used to reduces stress. It is considered to be one of the most precious oils known so far.

Coco-Glucoside – is a pure natural herbal mild surfactant for effective dirt removal and cleaning.

Cocos Nucifera Oil – gently extra virgin organic coconut oil is primarily known for its antibacterial and deodorizing properties. Coconut oil forms a protective barrier. It nourishes the skin deep down with moisture.

Dipotassium Glycyrrhizate –  the extract of liquorice root has anti-inflammatory and sebum-regulating properties.

Eukalyptus Citriodora Oil – a natural agent belonging to the group of repellents, which is used to protect from ticks, fleas and mosquitoes. This extract is won out of a special lemon eucalyptus species endemic in china. It is known as the most effective natural protection from insects keeping them away through it’s special scent.

Hamamelis Virginiana (Zaubernuß) Extract – common witch – hazel is known for its slightly hemostatic properties, reduces inflammation and itching.

Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil – sunflower oil contains a high proportion of unsaturated fatty acids such as linoleic or oleic acid, and has valuable skincare properties. It is also an excellent carrier oil for active ingredients.

Lactic Acid – forms a milieu that is incompatible for bacteria and fungus formations.

Lavandula Angustifolia Oil – the linalool contained in the lavender oil relieves pain, germs and acts anti-inflammatory. There are more than 2000 active ingredients in this oil, ensuring that wounds heal quickly and perfectly.

Lavender from Provence, France calms through the power of its essential oils. Due to its calming effect, lavender oil is used for nervous restlessness, exhaustion and sleep disorders. Latest studies have shown that lavender oil has anti-anxiety, anti-depression and calming properties. The stress level and pain perception are favorably in uenced as well as it improves the sleep quality. Lavender oil acts on neurotransmitters naturally relaxing the body in a harmonizing way.

Lippia Citriodora Leaf/Flower Oil – in naturopathy, lemon verbena is used as a skin balancing oil. It strengthens connective tissue and helps with impure, oily skin. It is also used in physiotherapeutic treatments, as it improves the blood circulation in muscles an relaxes them. Antibacterial properties of the oil are scientifically approved.

Macadamia Ternifolia Seed Oil – the high percentage of palmitic acid included in macadamia nut oil, protects the skin from damaging free radicals. It protects from moisture loss, smoothens skin, strengthens skin barrier and improves regeneration abilities. Macadamia nut oil is highly tolerated because of it’s skin related fatty acid pattern.

Maris Sal – the healing effect of seawater on sore skin has been recognised since ancient times. Numerous publications attest to the successful use of sea salt in dermatology on account of its mineral composition. It mineralises and boosts the healing process of irritated skin and eczema.

Mel – medical honey is considered as a wonder weapon in case of healing wounds. It has antibiotic properties and accelerates the cell division necessarily for healing.

Melissa Officinalis Oil – lemon balm is primarily used on greasy, dirty, scaly skin or hair. The essence has an antiviral, antimicrobial and fungicidal effect. It provides excellent care for irritated skin and rashes.

Micro Silver – the micro silver is due to the particle size not skin permeable. In studies no deposit effects have been noticed. Bacteria, viruses and fungi are rendered harmless without damaging the natural skin ora. Micro silver has antipruritic, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-mycotic properties.

Oenothera Biennis Oil – evening primrose oil reduces itching and due to its strong anti-inflammatory properties it contributes signi cantly the healing process. The pale yellow oil deeply moisturizes and soothes the skin. The essential gamma-linolenic acids moreover strengthen the skin ́s protective barrier.

Persea Gratissima Oil – avocado oil regenerates the skin, boosts the skin’s protective barrier and protects against moisture loss. It cares for rough, very dry skin.

Prunus Armeniaca Kernel Oil – the apricot kernel oil revitalizes the skin and maintains its elasticity. The oil is rich in valuable fatty oils and soothes irritated skin, promotes cell renewal, stimulates skin metabolism and tightens the tissue. The contained tocopherol has an antioxidant effect. In addition, little parts of vitamin A and representatives of the vitamin B group such as niacin (B3) and amygdalin (B17) can be found in apricot oil.

Rosa Damascena Flower Oil – more than 400 hitherto known ingredients of rose oil act germicidal, wound-healing and anti-inflammatory. Since ancient times the essence is considered as a remedy for numerous ailments.

Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf Oil – rosemary oil has always been known for a positive effect on skin. It has a mild antiseptic capability, stimulates blood circulation, reduces inflammations and preserves the natural pH balance of the skin.

Sclerocarya Bierra (Marula) Oil – strengthens the skin ́s lipidfilm and moisturizes dry and chapped skin. Marula oil has a high content of vitamin C and E.

Simmondsia Chinensis Oil – jojoba oil improves the elasticity of skin. This liquid, oil-like wax responds to the fatty acid pattern of skin surface and unites perfectly with its’ natural lipid film. Thereby it protects from moisture loss and harmful environmental influences.

Sodium Citrate – regulates the ph value. In contrast to humans, dogs ph value is in the alkaline range. Therefore, human cosmetics are completely unsuitably for dogs.

Sodium Hyaluronate – hyaluronan functions like a „turbo“ that promotes and encourages the healing process. New skin structures develop quickly. With its exceptional strong ability to absorb up to 7000 times its own weight in water, hyaluronan improves moisture and nutrient exchange during the healing process. In addition to its anti-inflammatory properties hyaluronan improves cell activity. The use of high-quality hyaluronan makes the products of LILA LOVES IT unique.

Sorbitan Olivate – is a vegetable emulsifier made from olive oil. It prevents the skin from drying, has moisturizing and smoothing properties and is especially skin-friendly. The spreadability of the paws care will be improved by the emulsifier. In addition, it is quickly absorbed into the skin.

Squalane – extracted from the plant, it supports the protective function of the skin. As a component from the barrier layer of the skin it can be particularly well integrated. The result is a smooth skin feel.

Tocopherol – in addition to its skin-protecting ability to prevent the oxidation of membrane lipids, vitamin E also seals in moisture, boosts wound healing with its cell renewing, anti-inflammatory properties, and reduces the skin damage caused by UV radiation.

Zinc Oxide/Choride – zinc chloride has been added to the serum resulting in its cell stabilizing effect. It is necessary for the formation of wound healing enzymes.