Collection: Tremella Mushroom

Tremella: Beauty from Within

Embrace an inside-out approach to beauty with Tremella. This remarkable mushroom may enhance the body’s natural production of hyaluronic acid and collagen, leading to thicker hair, stronger nails, and diminished fine lines and wrinkles.

Tremella: The Beauty Mushroom

Known as the "beauty mushroom," Tremella may promote the natural synthesis of collagen and increase hyaluronic acid levels in the skin, keeping it moisturised and hydrated. Rich in dietary fibre and high in antioxidants, Tremella supports overall health and well-being.


Tremella boasts a subtly sweet and smooth flavour, reminiscent of chamomile tea, making it a delightful addition to your diet.


Often hailed as the “beauty mushroom,” Tremella functions similarly to hyaluronic acid by drawing moisture to the skin, potentially improving elasticity and providing a youthful glow. Tremella mushrooms are abundant in polysaccharides, particularly "Tremella fuciformis polysaccharide," known for its impressive water-holding capacity (1), retaining over 1,000 times its weight in water. With smaller gelatinous molecules than hyaluronic acid, Tremella penetrates the skin more effectively and offers a range of additional health benefits.

Beauty & Skin

Tremella is rich in polysaccharides, which may exhibit anti-ageing and antioxidant properties. These compounds also support natural collagen production in the skin. A 2018 report highlighted Tremella’s excellent antioxidative and cell-protective functions (3), reinforcing its reputation as a beauty enhancer.


Tremella has a long-standing history in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), reserved for royalty and the affluent. It was highly valued not only for supporting immune health but also for its remarkable hydrating and skin-rejuvenating properties. Legend has it that Yang Guifei, an imperial consort famed for her beauty, credited her radiant appearance to consistent use of Tremella, earning her the reputation of a beauty that could "put flowers to shame."