La Beauté® Royal Beauty Ingredients

Royal Jelly

The Composition of Royal Jelly

  • Water(>60%) – Royal jelly has the largest water content among all bee products.
  • Proteins and amino acids (18%) – Coontains a number of antimicrobial peptides including 10-hydroxy-2-decenoic acid (HDA), royalisin and apisin.
  • Carbohydrates (15%).
  • Lipids (3 to 6%).
  • Minerals – Especially rich in potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron, phosphorus, sulphur, manganese, silicon and lead.
  • Vitamins – Vitamins B1, B2, B6, B5 (large amounts) and C; inositol and folic acid.
  • Enzymes.

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Not All Royal Jelly is Created Equal

A good quality royal jelly depends on its composition and antioxidant capacity and this is reliant on factors such as:

  • The source of nectar (flower)
  • Season
  • Environmental factors such as soil type and climate
  • Processing methods

Taiwanese Longan Royal Jelly

RJ in Kordel’s La Beaute Royal Beauty Drink* is sourced from Taiwan, one of the largest longan producers in the world. RJ is extracted every March to April during the blooming season of the longan flowers, when the highest quality and quantity of longan honey can be harvested. The harvested RJ is then processed under strict conditions which include a hydrolysis process to produce the finished product.

The ‘Royal Goodness’ of Royal Jelly

RJ prevents signs of ageing and promotes youthfulness by:

  1. Inducing fibroblast cells to produce growth factors for collagen production.
  2. Increasing the number of elastic fibre tissues.
  3. Increasing hyaluronic acid production which improves water retention and encourages skin hydration.
  4. Increasing cell regeneration and rejuvenation.

Aside from being able to enhance a youthful appearance, another secret behind the incredible properties of RJ is the 10-hydroxy-2-decenoic acid (HDA) content. HDA is a special active substance which only exists in natural RJ, with a built-in active antibiotic factor. RJ also contains immune antibodies known as gamma globulins.

RJ has also been known to improve energy, vitality and stamina. It stimulates the adrenal glands to produce positive reactions, resulting in an increased metabolism and rapid recovery from fatigue. Furthermore, RJ has been shown to enhance concentration, improve digestion and relieve inflammation.

West Indian Cherry

West Indian Cherry

Firm the skin and lighten pigmentation

West Indian Cherry is native to South America. It is known for being extremely rich in vitamin C, although it also contains vitamins A, B1, B2, and B3, as well as carotenoids and bioflavonoids, all of which provide important nutritional value and antioxidant properties. Due to the natural presence of bioflavonoids, the vitamin C in this fruit has better bioavailability than other sources. Thus, West Indian Cherry may help reduce the appearance of wrinkles, firm the skin and lighten pigmentation.


Peruvian Camu Camu

Reduce melanin formation

Camu camu is a red coloured, cherry-like fruit that can be found in fertile flood plains of the Amazon rainforest in Peru and Brazil. These flood plains carry nutrient-rich soil, where the minerals and vitamins are taken up by the camu camu bushy tree. Camu camu contains anthocyanidin (OPC), ellagic acid, gallic acid and flavonoids which help reduce melanin formation.





Peruvian Camu Camu
Japanese Honeysuckle

Japanese Honeysuckle

Protect against harmful UV light

The Japanese Honeysuckle is best known for its sweet-smelling flowers. The flower extract is rich in vitamin C, rutin (a bioflavonoid), quercetin and quercitrin to help protect against harmful UV light.



* This product contains royal jelly and may cause allergic reactions in susceptible individuals. Asthmatics and individuals prone to allergies may be at greater risk.

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