Aloe vera juice - Aloe vera gel contains two hormones: Auxin and Gibberellins. These two hormones provide wound healing and anti-inflammatory properties that reduce skin inflammation. Giberellin in aloe vera acts as a growth hormone stimulating the growth of new cells. It allows the skin to heal quickly and naturally with minimal scarring. As we age, everyone begins to worry about the appearance of fine lines and the loss of elasticity in their skin. Aloe leaves contain a plethora of antioxidants including, beta carotene, vitamin C and E that can help improve the skin's natural firmness and keep the skin hydrated.
Coconut oil - Coconut oil is excellent massage oil that acts as an effective moisturizer on all types of skin, including dry skin. It also delays the appearance of wrinkles and sagging of skin, which normally accompanies aging. It also helps in treating various skin problems including psoriasis, dermatitis, eczema and other skin infections. Coconut oil is over 90% saturated fat and has antimicrobial, antibacterial, and anti-fungal properties. It protects the skin and has many antioxidants that make it ideal for healing the skin.
Jojoba oil - Jojoba oil is unique in that, unlike most other vegetable oils, it closely resembles sebum, a waxy substance produced by our skin glands, so it can act as a natural skin conditioner. However, it has many dermatological benefits when used topically, including reducing skin inflammation and fighting acne. Jojoba is applied directly to the skin for acne, psoriasis, sunburn and chapped skin. It is also used topically to encourage the regrowth of hair in people who are balding.
Argan oil - Argan oil is most commonly used as a skin moisturizer to hydrate and soften skin. With its high vitamin E and fatty acid content, argan oil is the ideal product to give skin a natural boost. It absorbs easily and is non-greasy and non-irritating, which makes it a great natural moisturizer. Its anti-oxidant effect makes argan oil the ideal anti-aging product. It restores elasticity and leaves skin feeling plumper and softer.
Camellia japonica oil - Camellia japonica oil is known as tsubaki oil and it is used heavily in cosmetic applications. However, this plant does not produce tea leaves. It is a flowering plant with red blooms. The oil is extracted using solvent extraction or cold processing. Pure, Tsubaki Oil hydrates and replenishes while infusing skin with powerful, natural antioxidants to protect skin from free radical damage and the visible signs of aging. The cold-pressed oil from the seed of the Camellia Japonica has been an essential part of Japanese beauty rituals for centuries. Geishas used the oil to melt away their iconic stage makeup, to soften their skin, and to give their hair a sleek, lacquer shine. Lightweight, odor-free, and non-comedogenic, Tsubaki Oil is naturally rich in antioxidants, omega-9 fatty acids, vitamin E, plant collagen and proteins. Its molecular structure allows it to easily absorb into skin with a light, velvety feel. Just a few drops provide deeply nourishing hydration.
Camellia sinensis oil - Camellia oil is the tea seed oil which is a brilliant moisturizer. It promotes recovery of wounds and scrapes, protects the skin from free radical damage due to its antioxidant, and is exceptionally high in oleic acid (omega – 9) content. It is light and is quickly absorbed into the skin, much like olive oil.
Olive oil - Olive oil contains three major antioxidants: vitamin E, polyphenols, and phytosterols. Antioxidants, when topically applied, may help protect the skin from premature skin aging. Vitamin E partly accounts for the anti-aging benefits of olive oil because it helps restore skin smoothness and protects against ultraviolet light. Unlike commercial moisturizers that can clog pores and exacerbate current skin conditions, olive oil penetrates deeply into the skin while providing a cleansing effect.
Rice bran oil - Rice bran oil is rich in vitamins, nutrients and antioxidants. Rich in Vitamin E and fatty acids, rice bran oil is able to deeply penetrate into skin’s layers, nourishing it from within, making your skin very soft and velvety. It hydrates the skin and helps it to retain moisture, thus, making your skin softer and smoother, it boosts skin’s natural regeneration process, and helps to renew and improve skin’s surface. Rice bran oil helps to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines (also helps to prevent them), and doesn’t clog pores.
Grape seed oil - Grapeseed oil appears to assist with skin repair, as it has mildly astringent and antiseptic qualities. Due to its antioxidant properties, grape seed oil can delay skin aging by minimizing the damage caused by free radicals. The linoleic acid found in grape seed oil can be very beneficial in skin conditions like, acne, dermatitis and eczema. Linoleic acid can soothe and nourish the skin, and help it to repair.
Sweet almond oil - Almond oil is a mild, hypoallergenic oil that can be safely used even on baby skin. Sweet almond oil contains large amounts of vitamins E and K, meaning that this oil not only helps skin to regenerate and maintain elasticity, it also promotes better circulation.
Carrot seed oil - Carrot seed oil is full of antioxidant carotenoids, which boost the body’s immune response to UV rays, helping to prevent sun damage. Carotenoids also stimulate the rejuvenation of skin cells, aid in the detoxification process, and can help to heal chronic skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis.
Neem leaf infused oil - Neem leaves have antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral properties, and therefore they are quite effective in treating skin infections. They also soothe irritation and reduce inflammation without drying the skin. The leaves moisturize the skin keeping it soft and supple. They are effective for lightening scars and pigmentation caused by acne and scabies. If you have pimples on your face, apply the neem leaf decoction. This can even be used to treat minor wounds.
Calendula Infused oil - Calendula oil is a great moisturizer for dry skin and for severely chapped or split skin. It helps soothe the area and reduce the pain. The antiseptic and antimicrobial action of the oil help speed up healing of wounds and minor cuts, and also benefit insect bites, acne, and bed sores. Eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, and other skin problems can be soothed using calendula oil, applied topically. Calendula oil's antifungal action is also great for helping treat athlete's foot, ringworm, and jock itch.
Vitamin E/Tocopherol oil - As indicated by its vitamin classification, vitamin E is a nutrient to the skin. Vitamin E oil provides the skin with necessary moisture as well as antioxidants for intense healing.
Shea Butter - Shea butter is a skin superfood that comes from the seeds of the fruit of the Shea (Karite) tree and that is naturally rich in vitamins A, E and F. It offers UV protection (it is SPF ~6) and provides the skin with essential fatty acids and the nutrients necessary for collagen production
Kokum butter - Kokum butter consists of many essential substances that prove wondrous for our hair and skin! It has 'garcinol', an ingredient that has antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant properties. It is also rich in vitamin E, essential fatty acids, and vitamin B complexes, making it a perfect remedy for all skin and hair troubles.
Tucuuma Butter - Tucuuma butteris obtained from the fruit of the Brazilian Amazon tree (Astrocaryum Tucuma). It's also a wonderful skin moisturizer leaving skin soft to the touch thanks to the high level of essential fatty acids. Tucuma Butter's high levels of Lauric, Myristic, and Oleic fatty acids offer excellent skin feel and moisture binding activity, while high levels of Carotenoids offer anti-oxidant activity and protection. Tucuma Butter is also prized for its rich content of polyphenols to combat free radicals in the tissues.
Mango butter - Mango butter has all the properties of the mango fruit. It is obtained from the kernels of the mango tree. Mango butter has good emollient properties and lends protection against the sun. It is said to prevent drying of the skin and formation of wrinkles. Mango butter also reduces degeneration of skin cells and restores elasticity. Some of the most valuable for skin acids in this butter are stearic, oleic (46%), linoleic acids (unsaturated Omega-6 fatty acid). It contains vitamins A, high amount of vitamin E, C, D, group B vitamins, folic acid, calcium, iron, and magnesium.
Coffee - The caffeine in the coffee is known to have good skin benefits such as reducing redness and inflammation, Caffeine is a known diuretic and can banish cellulite when applied topically.
We only use essential oils in our skincare, no fragrance oils are ever added!