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Almond Essential Oil

Almond Essential Oil

Sweet almond oil is one of the most popular essential oils. Almond oil is suitable for any skin type. Almond oil improves complexion and retains glow, moisturizes better and deeper, soothes skin irritation and inflammation, helps delay aging process, lightens dark circles, relieves dry and itching skin. Almond oil also nourishes hair and smoothes hair cuticles, makes hair long, strong and thick and controls hair fall.

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera

Aloe vera promotes healing of burns and wounds, as well as helps diminish scars. It also has anti-inflammatory properties. Aloe Vera is the most prestigious herb used for skin care. It contains almost 20 amino acids; minerals like calcium, magnesium and sodium in sufficient quantities; enzymes; vitamins; polysaccharides; nitrogen and other components that make it a miracle beauty herb. Aloe Vera is also used for the treatment of bruises and burns. It is a cellular regenerator and has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal effects.

Arnica

Arnica

Arnica (Arnica Montana), a mountain flower of the Swiss Alps. Arnica has counter-irritant properties, (isomeric alcohols) which increase local circulation, and can be used for the temporary relief of a deep-seated painful irritation...i.e., for bruises, sprains and muscular pain.

Avocado

Avocado

Herbalists have recognized avocado extract for its effects on the skin and hair. The natural avocado extract is used to prevent dry hair and scalp, including conditions such as dandruff. Avocado is known for penetrating the skin more deeply than other plant oils. Avocado oil has the highest rate of skin penetration and the ability to transport active substances through the outer epidermis of the skin and into the dermis for increased effectiveness. Avocado Oil contains high concentrations of vitamin A and E as well as B1 and B2 and D, and in skin care, the two major advantages of the avocado are its marked softening, soothing nature and notable absorption properties. When used on the skin, the results have been reported to be softer, suppler skin. It moisturizes and can create an incandescent radiance from the skin. Many facial masks have avocado extract in them to nourish the skin while toning and cleansing.

Bees Wax (Organic)

Bees Wax (Organic)

Beeswax is known to lock in moisture, foster cells, and protect skin from damaging environmental factors. Beeswax effectively softens skin and creates a long-lasting protective coating against the elements. It also is a naturally nourishing moisturizer. Beeswax's anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, anti-allergenic, and germicidal antioxidant properties make it beneficial for wound healing. Even after processing, beeswax still remains a biologically active product, retaining some anti-bacterial properties. It is reported that beeswax contains some vitamin A, which is necessary for normal cell development. The Mayo Clinic recommends lip balm made from beeswax for chapped lip care and prevention.

Black Currant Seed Oil

Black Currant Seed Oil

Black currant seed oil is rich with anti inflammatory properties that are very beneficial in healing many inflammatory conditions like arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, dermatitis and inflammation caused by many pathogenic diseases. Black currant seed oil keeps the secretion of the inflammatory cyotokines under control and provides relief from pain and swellings of different sorts. Black currant seed oil is rich with omega 6 fatty acids that prevent premature aging. Alpha-linoleic acid and gamma-linolenic acid that are present in the black currant seed oil benefit in healing scars, repairing damaged tissues, reducing premature wrinkle formation, maintaining healthy skin and alleviating problems like dry and damaged skin.

Borage Seed

Borage Seed

The plant contains potassium and calcium combined with mineral acids. Borage leaf may be useful for gently strengthening adrenal functions without the side effects of the more powerful licorice. Borage has been recommended for various skin diseases for its depurative and sudorific properties. Borage seed oil is safely used both as a supplement to correct EFA deficiencies, and in topical skin applications. Borage oil has a very high content of essential unsaturated fatty acids, which are great skin conditioners and humectants that regulate the hydration of the skin.

Buchu Round Leaf

Buchu Round Leaf

Buchu (Barosma betulina, round-leaf buchu) is the herb native to South Africa and popularized in herbal medicine throughout the world. The plant comes from Rutaceae family, and is also known under the common names "bookoo" (original Hottentot name of the herb), "buku", "bucku", and "bucco". For San and Koi people (Africa) buchu is still a part of cultural heritage. This 5-foot shrub has toothes opposite leaves with well visible oil glands which are the source of strong aroma. Buchu flowers are white with purple anthers, and they appear in spring, usually being composed of 5 petals. Buchu is a natural insect repellant when applied to the skin, and also used internally and externally for stomach problems, rheumatism, and bladder problems. Buchu contains both diosmin and hesperidin, which makes it an excellent anti-inflammatory, hypolipidemic (blood cholesterol lowering), and vasoprotective actions.

Calendula

Calendula

Calendula (Calendula officinalis), also known as Marigold, is a traditional source for herbal medicines and anti-aging skin care products. It has been used for centuries to help heal skin injuries, reverse damaging effects of the sun and reduce skin aging processes. Extracts of Calendula are approved by medical authorities in a number of European countries as topical skin healing and anti-inflammatory medicines; it is a natural antiseptic anti-inflammatory and helps in healing and soothing the skin. In a few available clinical studies, Calendula was shown to promote wound healing, stimulate the immune system and support micro-circulation. Biologically active ingredients of Calendula include carotenoids, such as lutein and zeaxanthin, sterols, saponins, glycosides, and numerous antioxidants including terpenoids, flavonoids, isoquercitin, narcissin and rutin. Calendula helps heal eczema, gastritis, minor burns (including sunburn), and skin wounds.

Camellia Seed Oil

Camellia Seed Oil

Camellia seed oil is usually obtained by a cold-press process from the seeds of the Camellia flower. The non-drying and non-clogging oil is very rich in mono-saturated essential fatty acids. It is particularly high in oleic acid that exceeds the level of olive oil. Camellia oil contains vitamins, A, B, and E and various minerals, P, Zn, Ca, Fe, Mn, and Mg. Furthermore, camellia oil possesses a unique active constituent known as squalene. Squalene is also an important component of the skins natural emollient system. A deficiency of squalene can result in dry skin and premature aging , resulting in wrinkles and sagging skin. Camellia Seed Oil penetrates quickly and deeply, giving your skin optimum hydration without a greasy feel. Your skin will feel remarkably refreshed, smooth and firm. It increases skin resilience, giving your skin a supple and radiant glow you can see and feel. It endows your skin with a luminous silkiness. It eliminates or visibly diminishes fine lines and pitted acne scarring, and reduces the appearance of pores. Camellia Seed Oil prevents stretch marks such as those acquired during pregnancy. It helps to diminish or completely eliminate stretch marks.

Carrot Seed Oil

Carrot Seed Oil

Carrot seed oil is an essential oil extracted from the seed of the Carrot plant, Daucus Carota. Carrot seed oil helps to revitalize skin and has been known to be one of the best essential oils for aging skin. With a high content of Vitamin A and Beta-Carotene, this antioxidant oil has been known to help soften fine lines and wrinkles, promote elasticity and help fade scars. One of the best attributes about this oil is its compatibility with any skin type, including those with oily skin, though it is most beneficial for those with a drier skin type.

Catnip

Catnip

Topically, catnip is used to reduce swelling associated with arthritis, and soft tissue injuries. It is also used to relax sore muscles.

Cedarwood

Cedarwood

Cedar wood essential oil is antiseptic, astringent, anti-bacterial, a stimulant to the skin and circulatory system, sedative and an aphrodisiac. In aromatherapy, it is useful in the treatment of eczema, dry skin, dandruff, fluid retention, nervous tension, arthritis, rheumatism, cystitis and asthma. Cedar wood is frequently used in meditation and is capable of balancing the mind and relieving anxiety.

Cinnamon

Cinnamon

Although it is mildly astringent, Cinnamon is strongly stimulating to the skin and warms the body. Its warming action is used to treat colds and flu as well as arthritis and rheumatism.

Clove

Clove

The health benefits of clove oil can be attributed to its natural antimicrobial, anti-fungal, antiseptic, anti-viral, aphrodisiac and stimulating properties. The oil is used for treating a variety of health disorders including toothaches, indigestion, cough, asthma, headache, providing relief from pain and stress. Clove is rich in minerals such as calcium, hydrochloric acid, iron, phosphorus, sodium, potassium, and vitamin A and vitamin C.

Coconut Oil (Virgin)

Coconut Oil (Virgin)

Virgin Coconut oil prevents destructive free-radical formation and provides protection against them. It can help to keep the skin from developing liver spots, and other blemishes caused by aging and over exposure to sunlight. It helps to keep connective tissues strong and supple so that the skin doesn't sag and wrinkle. In some cases it might even restore damaged or diseased skin. The oil is absorbed into the skin and into the cell structure of the connective tissues, limiting the damage excessive sun exposure can cause.

Coffee Flower Extract

Coffee Flower Extract

Coffee is full of antioxidants which help clarify and tighten the skin making it ideal for skin care and anti aging. Coffee Flower also helps improve the hair and can minimize hair damage. It can help repair damaged hair and prevent breakage. There are many amazing benefits coffee can offer when it used topically on the skin.

Corn Alcohol (Organic)

Corn Alcohol (Organic)

A food-grade ethyl alcohol (ethanol) from organically grown corn. Many plants are extracted in alcohol because it extracts the widest variety of plant constituents. This food-grade alcohol also serves as a natural emulsifier, preservative and carrier, helping ingredients penetrate the skin. Alcohol is not drying to the skin when part of a carefully formulated composition. Our alcohol is derived from a fermentation and distillation process and is gluten-free.

Cornflower

Cornflower

Cornflower petals are used today for soothing the skin and brightening the eyes. A Gentle Astringent, Soothing, and a natural Anti-inflammatory are but some of its health properties. Due to its anti-inflammatory and slightly astringent properties, cornflower is usually used in cosmetic preparations for the area of the eyes.

Davana

Davana

Davana improves hormonal balance, and is soothing to dry, chapped skin. Davana helps with anxiety, calming the body.

Geranium

Geranium

Geranium oil has a couple of very positive effects on the skin - it boosts circulation and also invigorates the skin, while having a general cleansing action, but also balances the production of sebum and helps to improve skin elasticity. It is a boost to the lymphatic system as well. For people suffering with acne, who are burdened with an over-oily, as well as congested and sluggish skin, geranium is a God-send, as it not only helps to reduce sebum production and return it to normal levels, it also helps to clear the congestion from the skin. It is helpful in relieving water retention and swelling, as it stimulates the lymphatic system, making it an excellent ingredient to use to prevent cellulite. Geranium essential oil also calms irritated skin, clearing acne, boosting poor circulation, and helping to sort out bruises, burns, cuts and eczema. When boosting the lymphatic system, excess water that may have been retained in the tissue is also released, which again translates into firmer skin. Geranium is also excellent if used to help speed up healing due to its cicatrisant properties, making it excellent for promoting healing of any minor wound, ulcer, sore or burn.

Ginger

Ginger

Ginger on the skin can increase skin's radiance and decrease inflammation that may contribute to conditions such as psoriasis and acne. Ginger is an antioxidant, which means it inhibits harmful free radicals that cause skin damage and aging. Ginger also has the ability to lighten age spots while acting as an energy-booster in aromatherapy spa treatments. Because ginger is energizing and is believed to improved circulation, it is often used in cellulite-reducing treatments.

Grapefruit Extract

Grapefruit Extract

While grapefruit is typically associated with one's diet, it can also do amazing things for the skin. Rich in citric acid (an alpha hydroxy acid), grapefruit extract is a powerful exfoliator and will loosen dead skin cells and exfoliate dry skin. It is also an excellent for everyday burns, cuts, scrapes, insect bites and wounds. It stops infections and is extremely beneficial in the healing process and greatly reduces than chance of re-infection.

Hazelnut Extract

Hazelnut Extract

Hazelnut has proved to be very effective in tightening the skin, thereby acting as a superb toner for the skin. It also aids in the regeneration of cells and strengthening of capillaries. Apart from therapeutic properties, the oil is known for its moisturizing qualities as well. Hazelnut is a good source for B1, B2 and B6 vitamins. These vitamins are essential in blood formation and mental health, especially for those of children in development age.

Hempseed Butter

Hempseed Butter

Hemp seed butter is made from the hemp plant - Cannabis Sativa - and should not be confused with the subspecies indica, which is the illegal variety that contains the psychoactive compound delta 9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), as well as about 60 other cannabinoids. The oil used in cosmetics and skincare products does NOT contain the psychoactive THC ingredient and is therefore not subject to any legal restriction. Hemp Butter contains 50 - 60 % linoleic (LA) and 19% linolenic (LNA) acids, as well as antioxidants in the form of vitamin E and carotene. Phytosterols, phospholipids, as well as a number of minerals, including calcium, magnesium, sulfur, potassium and phosphorus are also present. The profile of the essential fatty acids found in it closely resembles the skin's natural lipids, and it therefore neutralizes the effects of dehydration, and protects against a dry skin. The essential fatty acid - linoleic - found in this oil, as well as its metabolite, gamma-linolenic acid, have proven to have very beneficial therapeutic effects on the skin. These fatty acids contain glycerides, sterols and phospholipids. The topical use of fatty acids has an anti-inflammatory action on the skin and also recompenses for the lower ceramide levels, thereby reducing the appearance of wrinkles. Hemp Butter also contains around 23% protein and all nine essential amino acids, as well as two sulfur-containing amino acids - methionine and cystine - which are normally found in low quantities in vegetable proteins. Hemp seed butter helps to condition and provide moisture to the skin.

Hempseed Oil

Hempseed Oil

Because Hemp Seed Oil is such a rich source of both LA (Omega 6) and LNA (Omega 3) in balanced proportions, conditions caused by deficiencies in both can be treated with one oil- hemp seed. The functions of LNA include: Production of smooth skin increased stamina, speeds healing, increases vitality, brings a feeling of calmness, reduces inflammation, water retention, platelet stickiness and blood pressure, enhances immune functions, reduces the pain and swelling of arthritis, and can aid in pre-menstrual syndrome.

Jojoba

Jojoba

Jojoba develops new hair cell growth. Dry hair can lead to hair damage or hair loss. Jojoba oil is used for treating sores, cuts, bruises and burns and helps heal scars. Jojoba oil contains many important nutrients, such as vitamin E, B complex vitamins, and the minerals silicon, chromium, copper and zinc. It also contains a lot of iodine, which may be where jojoba gets its ability to fight against bacterial and fungal infection. In addition to acne, jojoba has traditionally been used to treat canker sores, cold sores, athlete's foot, and warts. Jojoba penetrates skin and hair follicles rapidly to reduce water loss, reduce wrinkles and stretch marks, cleans clogged pores and restores skin's natural pH balance. Pure jojoba oil is hypoallergenic, and is a natural skin softener and conditioner.

Katrafay

Katrafay

Katrafay oil is considered anti-inflammatory. It is used for fatigue, rheumatism, arthritis, headaches, sciatica and muscular pains.

Lavender

Lavender

Lavender has antiseptic, antibacterial, anti-viral, anti-toxic, anti-inflammatory, cytophylactic, decongestant, rubefacient, restorative, vulnerary and tonic therapeutic effects on the skin. Because of the high percentage of linalool that it contains, it is excellent for promoting healing. The vulnerary properties help to prevent tissue degeneration and also arrest bleeding in wounds. It balances the skin, making it ideal for any skin type. Its cytophylactic properties (encouraging the growth of new skin cells) stimulates the growth of new skin cells, which is a boon for any anti-aging skin care product, as well as people struggling with problem and acne skin, as well as for minor wounds and sores. The cicatrisant properties in turn help the formation of healing scar tissue and normal healing, while preventing scar keloids (scarring) on the healed skin, making it perfect for any wounds as well as acne and problem skin. The analgesic properties help reduce local pain on inflamed skin. Its balancing action on the skin makes lavender perfect to be used in cases of abscesses, acne, carbuncles, eczema, minor infections, oily skin, boils, burns, sunburn, wounds and psoriasis, while it rubefacient properties increase blood circulation and relieve congested skin. The fact that it contains excellent antibacterial, antiviral, antiseptic, bactericide and anti-inflammatory properties, makes it ideal to be included in any product that is to be used for skin problems, and for acne skin in particular. It also tones the skin and coupled with all its other excellent properties, make this one of the most useful essential oils for all skin types and a great help in sorting out a variety of skin problems.

Leleshwa

Leleshwa

Leleshwa, or African Wild Sage, is a small tree or shrub common in the Great Rift Valley of East Africa and savannah areas of West Africa. Leleshwa has been proven to have antiseptic properties superior to that of Tea Tree oil. In addition to its powerful antiseptic properties, Leleshwa has anti-acne, anti-fungal and anti-dandruff properties, is a natural detergent, and has insect repelling properties stronger than either catnip or neem oils. Leleshwa is useful in aromatherapy as a relaxing oil, for treatment of headaches and anxiety. It also helps to promote sleep and it is said to prevent bad dreams.

Lemon

Lemon

It's been long known that lemon essential oil is anti-infectious, antibacterial (especially with spores), antiseptic, antiviral. It can function as a disinfectant and has vitamin P-like action for improving microcirculation, promoting white blood cell formation and improving immune function. It has also been widely used in skin care to cleanse skin and reduce wrinkles. It helps brighten pale, dull complexions and remove dead skin cells. Lemon essential helps your complexion and greatly benefits the skin in different ways:

  • Aids in Exfoliation
  • Brightens the skin and complexion
  • Neutralizes environmental damage
  • Tones and tightens the skin
  • Hydrates and nourishes
  • Fights wrinkles - because Vitamin C stimulates collagen formation
Lemongrass

Lemongrass

Lemongrass oil revitalizes the body and relieves the symptoms of jetlag, clears headaches and helps to combat nervous exhaustion and stress-related conditions. It is a great overall tonic for the body and it boosts the parasympathetic nervous system, which is a boon when recovering from illness, as it also stimulates glandular secretions. Lemongrass oil helps tone the muscles and tissue, relieves muscle pains by making the muscle more supple. It helps with correcting poor circulation and as an insect repellant. It also is used for clearing up oily skin and acne, as well as athlete's foot. It alleviates excessive perspiration.

Lime Leaf

Lime Leaf

The extract of lime leaf helps increase the circulation of the blood, is an appetite enhancer and like all members of the citrus family acts as an anti- bacterial and an anti-inflammatory. It is also an excellent astringent and acts as an anti-bacterial agent helping to control pimple outbreaks. It is also a good mosquito repellant just like turmeric, citronella grass and hairy basil.

Myrrh

Myrrh

Myrrh helps in preventing tissue degeneration and is useful in the healing of wounds, as well as having a wonderful rejuvenating effect on any skin. It seems miraculous to view the results, when myrrh oil is included as one of the ingredients of a formula, as it has a nearly magical effect on very dry, draping and crepey looking skin. Myrrh starts to work in a short period of time to create a more toned, vital and healthy looking skin. Not only does myrrh help to balance the hydration of the skin, but at the same time helps to remove toxins from skin tissue, promoting general tissue repair. The way in which this volatile principle works on chronic wounds, sores and ulcers is recognized the world over and its regenerating effect takes no time to start sorting out even old wounds and ulcers. Myrrh is extremely effective when used to sort out dry, chapped and crepey looking hands as well as sore, deeply cracked heels. This oil is highly appreciated in aromatherapy as a sedative, anti-depressant and as a promoter of spiritual feelings. This oil helps the fading away of scars and spots, is good in treating skin ailments such as eczema, ringworm, itches etc. It is also emenagogue which means that it normalizes menstruations.

Neroli

Neroli

As an essential oil, used in aromatherapy and massage, Neroli is considered to have a soothing effect on the nervous system. Traditionally, neroli oil was used not only to relieve tension and anxiety, but also in increase circulation.

Palm Extract

Palm Extract

Palm extract is used as food and as a skin conditioner through out West Africa and has a natural SPF of 13. Red palm is the richest dietary source of pro-vitamin A carotenes (beta-carotene and alpha-carotene). It has 15 times more pro-vitamin A carotenes than carrots and 300 times more than tomatoes. This has made it a valued resource in the treatment of vitamin A deficiency. People who do not consume enough vitamin A in their diets suffer from blindness, weakened bones, lower immunity, and impaired learning ability and mental function. Nursing mothers, by adding red palm into their diets, can double or triple the amount of in breast milk. Red palm contains a greater number of nutrients than any other vegetable oil extract. In addition to beta-carotene, alpha-carotene, and lycopene, it contains at least 20 other carotenes, along with tocopherals and tocotrienols (members of the vitamin E family), vitamin K, Co Q10, squalene, phytosterols, flavonoids, phenolic acids, and glycolipids.

Palm Kernel

Palm Kernel

Palm kernel at a concentration of 5 percent reduces the area covered by wrinkles by 27% and reduced the depth of remaining wrinkles by 3.5%. This shows palm kernel has anti-wrinkle effects in skin care products. Palm Kernel is high in beta-carotenes a very important form of vitamin A that help protect our body against many diseases like Alzheimer dementia, heart attack, cataracts, arthritis and cancers, by acting as anti-oxidants. Anti-oxidants acts by protecting cells against dangerous chemicals released by our cells called free radicals. Palm fruit remains the largest source of tocotrienols (a form of vitamin E) known to man. This helps in protecting the body against diseases like cancer, blood disorders,and help maintains good skin and fertility.

Patchouli

Patchouli

Patchouli is used to treat acne, athlete's foot, chapped skin, dermatitis, eczema, fatigue, frigidity, hair care, insect repellant, mature skin, oily skin, stress. It is also used as an antiseptic, antihistamine, and antioxidant. Patchouli oil has been successfully used for skin care of any type. With regular use, you can get rid of wrinkles, acne rashes, make scars less noticeable, tone sagging and ageing skin, and get rid of cellulite.

Peanut oil

Peanut oil

Peanut oil has a high content of palmitic acid, oleic acid, and linoleic acid. Peanut oil is extremely beneficial for people suffering from arthritis pain, and protects the skin from acne scaring along with other minor scars. The use of this oil is not recommended for those people who are allergic to peanuts.

Peppermint

Peppermint

Peppermint acts as a natural muscle relaxant, it can also reduce the inflammation of nasal passages and relieve muscle pains. It's added to dozens of commercial antacid preparations (and, not surprisingly, can be found in countless toothpastes and breath fresheners for its distinctively minty taste). Some sources recommend placing a mixture of peppermint oil, eucalyptus oil and ethanol (ethyl alcohol) on the forehead and temples to reduce headache pain. Peppermint oil contains menthol, which is good for skin. It gives a cooling effect. Further it nourishes dull skin and improves oily skin. Peppermint oil is very useful for hair care as it gives a cooling effect to the head, and removes dandruff and lice.

Raw Honey (Organic, Local)

Raw Honey (Organic, Local)

The chemical makeup of honey gives the substance properties that can speed healing and prevent infection. The smooth, thick texture also keeps moisture close to the skin, which can help your complexion become supple and glowing, making honey a natural humectant.

Honey's natural antioxidant and anti-microbial properties help to protect the skin from the damage of the sun's rays, supports the skin's ability to rejuvenate and refresh depleted skin, leaving it feeling silky soft and supple. Honey is a natural form of sunscreen, that protects the skin from sun damage and premature wrinkling, a condition that in some people can lead to skin cancer.

One of the most common natural skin care benefits with honey is related to treatment of minor acne which could be caused by hormonal changes or "heatiness in the body", as traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) would call it to refer to the imbalance of yin and yang in the body. Honey absorbs impurities from the pores on the skin, making it an ideal cleansing agent. Honey also has been proven to be effective in controlling eczema and other forms of dermatitis.

Rosemary

Rosemary

Rosemary grows wild in the Mediterranean region, with cultivated varieties grown in France, Tunisia, Bosnia, Serbia and Croatia. It is an evergreen bush that may reach up to 6 feet in height. Rosemary essential oil, which is distilled from the flowers and leaves, contains a number of chemicals that contribute to the many benefits of the herb. Rosemary oil tones and firms the skin. The herb is an astringent, helping to reduce excess oil in skin and hair. The disinfectant and antibiotic properties of rosemary contribute to its use for treating acne, dermatitis and eczema. Rosemary rejuvenates and firms the skin. The vitamins and anti-oxidants it contains are very vital as they help diminish the appearance of capillaries in the face and give a supple look to aging skin. This Mediterranean herb increases blood circulation in the body and this improves skin complexion, giving your skin a healthy pink glow. Another one of the great benefits of rosemary is that it contains active anti-inflammatory properties that indirectly reduce the size of acne, making them look less visible. Swellings caused by insect bites and wounds can also be lessened by applying soothing rosemary to the affected area.

Royal Jelly (Organic)

Royal Jelly (Organic)

Royal Jelly smoothes fine lines and wrinkles, evens skin tone, and rids the skin of blemishes. This natural jelly contains a number of vitamins and proteins that nourish skin to give it a youthful glow. Skin cell reproduction slows with age, stress, and hormonal changes, and the results can be acne, dry skin, and wrinkles. Royal jelly helps bring into balance all of these conditions. The combination of proteins, B-complex vitamins, flavonoids, folic acid, and vitamin C in Royal Jelly will nourish and repair the skin. When skin gets a regular dose of these nutrients, it only needs to work to shed dead skin cells instead of trying to repair itself of daily wear and tear.

Sage Essential Oil

Sage Essential Oil

The health benefits of Sage Essential Oil can be attributed to its properties like anti-fungal, anti-microbial, anti-oxidant, anti septic, anti-inflammatory, anti-spasmodic, anti-bacterial, cholagogue and choleretic, cicatrisant, depurative, digestive, disinfectant, emenagogue, expectorant, febrifuge, laxative and stimulant. Sage helps heal dermatitis, psoriasis, sinusitis, induces mental stability, alertness and assists with depression.

Sandalwood

Sandalwood

Sandalwood is a stimulant and an antiseptic. It has a soothing effect on the skin and mucous membranes. The oil is used in aromatherapy to lessen tension and anxiety and it was also considered a sexual stimulant in folk traditions. Sandalwood powder and oil have been considered to provide rejuvenation to skin. It promotes elasticity and decreases the appearance of scars, wrinkles and stretch marks.

Saro

Saro

Saro Essential is strongly anti-viral, antibacterial and anti-fungal. It is also said to offer anti-inflammatory properties, making it useful for massage, sore muscles and bruise formulations.

Seaweed (Organic)

Seaweed (Organic)

Seaweed is packed with vitamins, minerals, trace elements, and amino acids that are essential in maintaining healthy and youthful skin. This natural marine wonder helps slow the aging skin process while protecting it from the harsh environmental elements in the air and water. Essential vitamins include: A1, B1, B2, B6, B12, C, E, K, pantothenic acid, folic acid, and niacin. As well as being rich with antioxidants such as beta-carotene and over 60 trace elements that include potassium, calcium, iodine, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, zinc and manganese, seaweed is a major source of B12. Selenium and ascorbic acid protects the skin from damaging free radicals. Organic Iodine found in seaweed increases metabolism. Seaweed also contains fatty acids to combat skin irritation and inflammation.

Because there are such a high number of pollutants in the air, the skin and body are highly susceptible to environmental damage. Air pollutants increase skin aging and conditions such as dry skin, acne, psoriasis, rashes, cellulite, and eczema. The use of seaweed nourishes, protects, and increases circulation making it vital to maintaining healthy skin and body.

Shea Butter (Unrefined)

Shea Butter (Unrefined)

Shea butter is a solid fatty oil made from the nuts of Karite Nut trees, also known as Mangifolia, that grow in the semi-arid savannah regions of West and Central Africa. Shea butter is sometimes called "women's gold," because extracting the butter from the nuts gives employment and income to hundreds of thousands of rural African village women. Shea butter is so non-toxic and beneficial that it is used in foods and cooking as well as soaps and beauty products. African healers and beauties have known about shea butter for thousands of years: the substance is almost magical in its healing effects on burns, skin conditions, ulcerated skin, stretch marks, and dryness. It contains beneficial vegetable fats that promote cell regeneration and circulation, making it a wonderful healer and rejuvenator for troubled or aging skin. It also contains sun-protectants and has a natural SPF of 13.

Soy Lecithin

Soy Lecithin

Lecithin is a fat like substance, or phospholipid, produced by every healthy liver and found in varying quantities in body cells and organs and also occurs in plant tissues. There is an especially high concentration in the brain and around nerve sheaths. Lecithin helps to emulsify fats and contains the B vitamin choline, from which the body manufactures one of several nerve transmitters. Lecithin benefits certain skin disturbances like eczema, acne, and psoriasis. It fills out and softens aging skin dryness, paper-thinness, and shriveling skin.

Sweet Orange Extract

Sweet Orange Extract

Orange essential oil is brought to large use in Aromatherapy as it is considered to bring calm and peace to the person, to whom this oil is applied. Orange essential oil detoxifies the body and boosts the lymphatic system. At the same time, it also stimulates collagen formation in the skin. It is known to possess antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, sedative and antiseptic therapeutic properties. Sweet Orange oil is an excellent antidepressant. It serves as a great diuretic that helps to smoothen the urinary system. It is a fabulous body toner. Orange essential oil is very valuable in the treatment of diseases such as constipation, stress, slow digestion and dull skin.

Tagette

Tagette

The health benefits of Tagetes Essential Oil can be attributed to its properties like anti biotic, anti microbial, anti parasitic, anti septic, anti spasmodic, disinfectant, insecticide and sedative. It is used to ease phlegm and catarrh depositions, congestion, to treat wounds, burns, athlete's foot, skin diseases, dermatitis, colitis etc.

Tana

Tana

Tana Essential Oil has properties like antibiotic, anti microbial, anti-parasitic, anti-septic, anti-spasmodic, disinfectant, insecticide and sedative. It is used to ease phlegm and catarrh depositions, congestion, to treat wounds, burns, athlete's foot, skin diseases, dermatitis, colitis etc.

Tea Tree Oil

Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil has been used effectively to treat acne, abscess, athlete's foot, blisters, burns, cold sores, insect bites, oily skin, rashes, spots, warts and wounds. You can use tea tree oil to cure sunburns, diaper rash, toenail infections and problems of smelly feet. Tea tree oil treats hair problems like persistent dandruff, itchy-scalp and even prevents head-lice. The anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties have seen tea tree oil being used extensively in soaps, toothpastes, deodorants, disinfectants, gargles, germicides, after shaves and colognes.

Trinuace

Trinuace

Trinuace (an African tea) benefits the skin by helping to maintain a healthy and younger look. Trinuace is high in antioxidants. Most of the polyphenols in trinuace are catechins. Catechins, which are antioxidants by nature, have also been shown to function as anti-inflammatory and anticancer agents. One of the major catechins in trinuace has been shown to be the most effective agent against skin inflammation, clear cell damage on the skin, repairing what may have turned into wrinkles, blemishes or other impurities, and cancerous changes in the skin.

Vegetable Glycerin (Organic)

Vegetable Glycerin (Organic)

Vegetable glycerin is a product of extracted pure vegetable oils. The process called "hydrolysis" produces the vegetable glycerin by splitting the oils into crude glycerol fats and combines water and temperature pressure, which may exceed 400 degrees F, to create the final product. Vegetable glycerin is a clear, odorless liquid used as an ingredient in products such as soap, shampoo, cosmetics, toothpaste and pharmaceuticals. Vegetable glycerin is beneficial for improving the health of skin and is safe and earth-friendly. Vegetable glycerin is hypoallergenic, and people suffering from acne can use this product without worry that it will aggravate their condition. Vegetable glycerin is also very antibacterial and aids in preventing breakouts and keeping pores clear. It also can speed healing of acne lesions. Vegetable Glycerin has been proven to be effective in controlling eczema and other forms of dermatitis. It also softens skin and is a natural Humectant, bringing moisture deep into the skin for maximum hydration.

Verbena

Verbena

While the lemon verbena is native to South America, the Spaniards introduced this shrub to Europe in the eighteenth century. The Spaniards were growing it for the perfume oil scent. Today, this aromatic plant is cultivated for its leaves and ornamental appeal. Due to the inefficient process of extracting the oil from its leaves, the cost of verbena oil is relatively expensive. Because of this expense, verbena pure essential oil is rarely used in bath products, such as bath salts and bath soaps. It is mainly used in top of the line, high quality, and expensive perfumes. The therapeutic properties of verbena pure essential oil help to ease exhaustion, relieve anxiety, and boost concentration. The main constituents in verbena essential oil are limonene, geraniole, cineole, and citral, which is up to 26% of the oil itself. These constituents give lemon verbena a very strong antibacterial, antiseptic, and antispasmodic effects.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E

Vitamin E oil is soluble in liquid and is non-enzymatic. Vitamin E oil when applied to the skin acts as an antioxidant which prevents the formation of free radicals on the skin and protects it from any kind of damage. It also has anti-inflammatory properties. Due to presence of such essential qualities, it is used on our skin for various purposes. Vitamin E oil is used to treat sunburns, is useful for removing scars from the skin. Vitamin E oil prevents water loss from the skin and helps to retain its natural moisture. Thus, it makes dull, dry skin look healthy and moisturized. When used for the purpose of deep pores cleansing of dry skin, it helps to sustain the skin's oil balance.

Water pH 3.5

Water pH 3.5

Water, a precious gift bestowed on us by Mother Nature, forms a major part of our body constitution. Toner quality water helps to refine and clarify the skin, revealing a smoother, more radiant complexion. This slightly acidic pH is a good thing on your skin because it helps ward off harmful bacteria and balances the skin's acid mantle. This will help to even skin tone and tighten pores to leave skin refined and revitalized. Toner quality water acts as a natural remedy to head your way towards achieving beautiful rich glowing skin.

Xenonclae

Xenonclae

A wild grasslike herb that grows mostly in the savannas of Africa, xenonclae is used to purify the skin. I also helps to tighten and smooth the skin. Xenonclae has natural fatty acids that help stimulate the skins production of collagen and elastin. It is also used to strengthen hair and promote hair growth.

Ylang Ylang

Ylang Ylang

The essential oil of ylang-ylang is used in aromatherapy. It is believed to relieve high blood pressure, normalize sebum secretion for skin problems. It also helps with anxiety, depression, frigidity, hypertension, palpitations, and stress. The oil from ylang-ylang is widely used in perfumery for oriental or floral themed perfumes (like chanel No. 5) Ylang-ylang blends well with most floral, fruit and wood smells.

Other Ingredients

Other Ingredients

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