Activated Charcoal is a special healing substance touted for its ability to remove toxins; it detoxes the skin of impurities.
Aloe Vera has a 6,000-year history of use – it was known in ancient Egypt as the “plant of immortality,” and depicted on stone carvings and given as burial gifts to pharaohs. Aloe vera gel is widely used in skin products such as moisturizing lotion and sunblock, and is a natural food flavoring. This ingredient is found in our Face and Beard Wash.
Avocado Oil is said to have numerous benefits for your skin, like moisturizing dry hands or acting as a natural sunblock. Using Avocado oil is the best way to keep your hair strong. Biotin, vitamin B-5, and vitamin E all promote hair health.
Babassu is a palm tree native to Brazil that yields fruits similar to coconuts that are harvested for both Babassu Oil and Babassu Butter. Babassu Butter is a natural moisturizing product for skin and hair. Its fatty acid composition helps replenish and protect the skin.
The anti-allergenic and anti-inflammatory properties of Beeswax can soothe easily irritated skin. Beeswax forms a protective wall by sealing moisture in your skin without smothering and clogging up the pores.
A vegetable oil obtained by pressing the seeds of the castor oil plant (Ricinus Communis). Castor helps promote hair growth by improving cirulation to the hair follicle, helps reduce dandruff and other dry skin ailments to the skin, hair and nails. Fatty acids that Castor Oil contain help in restoring the skin's natural moisture balance and is known to slow down aging.
To moisturize the skin, Coconut Oil fatty acids naturally leave your skin feeling dewy and smooth. Plus, because of its antimicrobial properties, Coconut Oil also helps fight off the bacteria that causes acne.
Green Tea is a good source of panthenol, which good for strengthening hair and managing split ends. It draws out impurities, keeps your skin hydrated and slows down aging.
Jojoba Oil is a liquid wax extracted from the nut of an indigenous American shrub that goes by the scientific name Simmondsia chinensis. When your skin and hair stop producing sebum naturally, Jojoba Oil moisturizes plays the role. It is a natural skin conditioner.
The nutrients in Jamaican Black Castor Oil (vitamin E, omega-6, and omega-9 fatty acids) help moisturize hair, reduce beardruff, and treat itchy scalp. Jamaican Black Castor oil helps make the hair fuller and shinier.
Mango Oil is a seed oil extracted from the stone of the fruit of the Mangifera Indica. The oil is semi-solid at room temperatures, but melts on contact with skin, making it appealing for baby creams, suncare balms, hair products, and other moisturizing products. Mango butter is an excellent moisturizer. It hydrates skin, prevents dry itchy, and acts as an anti-inflammatory.
Potassium Hydroxide is an inorganic compound with the formula KOH, and is commonly called caustic potash. Potassium Hydroxide disappears during saponification and after the process you are left with just glycerin and potassium/sodium salt. Soaps comprised of potassium require less water to liquefy
For people with thinning hair Rosemary helps to boost hair thickening properties. Rosemary has natural antiseptic properties, which make it a superior disinfectant for our skin and hair.
Ideal for moisturizing dry, irritated or sun damaged skin and hair. It contains vitamins that are known to boost beautiful hair by nourishing hair, promoting hair growth, protecting hair from free radicals.
Sunflower Oil contains vitamin E, which helps the skin retain its moisture. Vitamin E also helps trap moisture inside skin cells, keeping skin hydrated for a longer period. It is also rich in vitamins A, C, and D, making it effective in the treatment of acne.
Vegetable Glycerin brings moisture to the skin on your face, skin, and scalp. It is a natural triglyceride derived from plant sources such as soy, palm and coconut oils. Vegetable Glycerin is a clear odorless liquid that has a jelly-like consistency.
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