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Gachala Skincare is passionate about using the best natural and organic ingredients to bring our Customers the healthiest and most effective skin care products.



Sacha Inchi is scientifically known as Plukentia Volubilis, is a fruit that grows mainly in the South American Amazonian Rainforest. The tree is native to Peru, Colombia, and Ecuador.

Sacha inchi

Sacha Inchi has considered a "SUPERFOOD" it contains Omega 3,6,9, proteins, and antioxidants. It is also abundant in Iodine, vitamin A and E. Due to its highest content in Omega-3 fatty acids, Sacha Inchi can help to strengthen the skin barrier by helping to retain moisture, regulate oil production and maintain skin elasticity.

Sacha Inchi's high Antioxidant content helps repair UV-induced photodamage, signs of ageing, and inflammatory skin responses such as rashes and rosacea. Sacha Inchi contains Phytosterols or Plant Sterols that stimulate pore detoxification. As a result, they leave the skin feeling soft, less congested while reducing inflammation and boosting collagen production.


Chia Seeds are the edible seeds of Salvia hispanica. Chia Seed is one of the species of flowering plant that belongs to the mint family. It is native to Central America and South America. Chia Seed oil is pack, with essential fatty acids, antioxidants, and polyphenols.

Chia Seeds

Chia Seed Oil comes from a desert plant that retains water and moisture in harsh environments. Chia Seed oil protects the skin from transepidermal water loss, which dehydrates the skin. Chia Seed oil contains a high content of ALA (alpha-linolenic acid). ALA is known as "The healing Fat" is perfect for hypersensitive skin, even more so if you have eczema, psoriasis, and


Buriti is a palm tree (Mauritia vinifera and M. flexuosa), which dominates expansive areas and covers nearly all of central Brazil and the lowlands of southern Amazonia.

Buriti Fruit

Buriti Oil is the richest natural source of beta-carotene. Known in Brazil as ("The Tree of Life,")Buriti contains the highest concentration of natural vitamin A among fruits and vegetables. Buriti oil contains Vitamin E, Vitamin C, and antioxidants as well. Buriti oil is a natural UV ray protectant used by South American communities for generations. It has anti-inflammatory properties and skin cell renewal effects.


Acai palms are found throughout the Amazon basin and are particularly abundant in the eastern region. Acai is known as "the beautyberry''.


ACAI has a high content of antioxidants more than strawberries and blueberries combined. It protects the skin from environmental stressors and pollution and reduces fine lines' appearance. Its rare form of vitamin C rejuvenates and revitalizes the skin while improving skin cell regeneration.


Maca is also known as Lepidium meyenii, or Peruvian ginseng. The superfood is native to the Peruvian Andes. The Maca plant grows in extreme weather conditions such as extreme temperature, gushing winds, and intensive exposure to UV rays. All these factors result in a plant that is extraordinarily robust and resistant.


Indigenous Peruvian tribes have used the plant to boost energy and beautify themselves. Maca is a real glow-getter. It improves skin radiance, smooths fine lines, and stimulates cell renewal. Maca is excellent for mature, dry, or tired-looking skin. The Peruvian plant supports the skin in ageing gracefully naturally.


Alpha-Bisabolol, also called levomenol p, (L)-alpha-Bisabolol or (-)-alpha-Bisabolol, is obtained after steam-distilling the Candeia oil extracted from the Candeia tree located in the Brazilian Amazon.


Alpha Bisabolol is an anti-irritant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-microbial. It helps to increase the absorption of ingredients deeper into the skin. It is high in panthenol, a B vitamin, which assists with helping to heal and moisturize hypersensitive skin. For centuries, South American natives have been using bisabolol in skincare concoctions due to its healing properties.


Astrocaryum murumuru is a palm native to Amazon Rainforest vegetation in Brazil, which bears edible fruits. Murumuru butter is rich in vitamin A, C, and Omega fatty acids 3, 6, and 9. Murumuru has the highest content of Lauric acid (at an astonishing 47%), also it contains myristic acid, oleic, palmitic, and linoleic acids.


Murumuru butter has anti-allergenic, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and antiviral properties that help hypersensitive skin. It is a potent source of antioxidants used as a mild antiseptic. It helps to heal mild abrasions, soothes psoriasis and eczema.