DEVELOPED BY MAINE BIOENGINEERS

FOR DRY, ECZEMA-PRONE SKIN

DERM-TESTED, CLINICALLY PROVEN

The Bestseller
Now Available: Lip Treatments!

The New Stuff ~ The Good Stuff

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Lip Treatment$19.99

Seals in moisture for deep hydration with the mouthwatering scent of maple syrup, wild blueberries, cinnamon, butter and caramelized vanilla... like a cozy brunch in a cabin in Maine.

Enjoy all day!

Tastes like... Nothing!

Lip Treatment$19.99

Like a refreshing glass of ice cold water for your lips. Unscented and unflavored, but deliciously nourishing with a touch of sweetness.

Enjoy all day.

HYDRATE, SOOTHE, REPAIR

MADE IN MAINE

HYDRATE, SOOTHE, REPAIR

MADE IN MAINE

Born from scratching our own itch

We're Bioengineers that worked with lobster scientists, researching a glycoprotein that allows lobsters to regenerate limbs - in the same way they do this, they help repair the skin barrier!

After trying everything to clear our own eczema, we experimented with a homemade glycoprotein-rich formula... The results changed everything.

An Upcycled, Natural Byproduct

Glycoproteins are a natural byproduct of lobster processing - they go right down the drain!

We partnered with Luke's Lobster to sustainably & ethically collect them.

Finally, as Bioengineers we do a *little* chemistry, turning what would otherwise be wasted into a powerful, natural skincare ingredient.

Loved by Real People

the game-changing new ingredient

Oh, and we did the Science

As Bioengineers, it was important for us to create a widely accessible, clinically-backed ingredient for the good of all.

After discovering glycoproteins using them for our own skin (n=1), we self-funded (sorry big pharma) the In Vitro + In Vivo work to launch the next barrier-repairing super-ingredient.

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On the Cellular level, it turns out Glycoproteins are excellent at:

  • Increasing Dermal and Epidermal Barrier Health & Repair
  • Stimulating Fibroblast Proliferation
  • Increasing Natural Hyaluronic Acid Production
  • Stimulating Collagen Synthesis
  • Increasing Overall Skin Cell Viability

In a Clinical Study of 33 Participants with Eczema:

Conducted by a Non-Biased, 3rd Party Lab