Durvillaea Antarctica Extract- Extract derived from a species of algae (Durvillea antarctica).
Dulse Scrub- Powdered dulse seed, combined with water or oil, is used to scrub the body, eliminating dead skin and leaving a smooth surface. This also serves as a vitamin/mineral treatment. Gentle enough for sensitive skin.
Dry Brushing- Dry brushing with a massage brush, glove, or a rough towel improves the skin’s circulation. Brushing is performed in a specified manner from the feet upward and leaves the skin slightly red, but not damaged. Followed by hydrating oils or moisturizers. May be used as a precursor to other treatments.
Dry Room- A treatment room in which there is no shower or hydrotherapy equipment. Instead, hot towels are used to remove products from the client’s body, or clients take showers in a different area.
Dmdm Hydantoin- Formaldehyde-releasing preservative.
Dogwood- There is a small amount of research showing that dogwood has antioxidant and soothing properties.
Disteardimonium Hectorite- Used as a suspending agent, often with pigments.