Ingredients & Benefits

Salts
 

Epsom Salt is not salt at all.

Epsom Salt is Magnesium Sulfate! When used in a bath it relieves sore muscles due to overuse and stress. Try it. We believe you will leave your bath feeling relaxed with less muscle soreness.

​Himalayan Sea Salt contains trace minerals including magnesium and potassium that help replenish skin which allows for better absorption of essential oils. Many believe that Himalayan Sea Salt will reduce acne and sooth the itchiness and dryness in difficult to reach places.

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Oils

Avocado Oil is rich in Vitamin E, Potassium and Lecithin which help nourish and moisturize your skin.

High Oleic Acid promotes collagen production which promotes skin regrowth and accelerates the healing process, helping with issues like sunburn.

Grapeseed Oil is a byproduct of winemaking! It is packed with Omega-6 and Omega-3 fatty acids which reduce inflammation and aid it absorption which leaves the skin feeling moisturized and non-greasy.

 

​Jojoba Oil is loaded with antioxidants like Vitamin A, E and Omega Fatty Acids that are all good for absorption and healing. This can be helpful to those suffering with dry skin, eczema, or psoriasis.

 

​Sweet Almond Oil is soothing and helps with certain skin conditions such as dry skin, eczema, and dermatitis. Sweet Almond absorbs quickly, fills in fine lines and is a good choice for all skin types.

Rich in vitamins E and K, Sweet Almond Oil helps skin regenerate and maintain elasticity.

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Essential Oils

Chamomile/Lavender the Queens of Tranquility. Both classic flowers are known for their soothing, calming properties. Both are known to intrinsically relax the body and mind.

Japanese Cherry Blossom (Sakura) is rich in essential fatty acids and is a go-to for repairing the skins natural barriers and promotes smooth, supple skin. Sakura is ideal for a mature complexion, is therapeutically regenerative it is anti-aging, and is an anti-glycation agent which naturally promotes the production of collagen.

Lavender Oh my, where to start. Lavender oil has so many benefits. Besides the aromatic benefits of relaxation and reduced anxiety, lavender is often used in treatment of acne and eczema.

Since Lavender is full of antioxidants, it can also reduce signs of aging by reducing free radicals and is often used on wrinkles. Known to reduce inflammation, lavender and can be used on bites and burns.

Lemon Besides smelling fresh and clean, lemon kills bacteria that may get trapped in pores and cause breakouts. It clarifies your skin with antioxidants and Vitamin C by gently exfoliating dead skin cells that so often become trapped in hair follicle and pores.

​Lemongrass has shown to provide many benefits from reducing stress and anxiety helping fight headaches. It has shown to be a natural insect repellant and anti-fungal.

 

Sweet Orange is used in cleaning products due to its anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties. Though other oils such as garlic is proven to be more effective, it's not a pleasant to smell in your body care products.

​Peppermint is an antibacterial and acts as an antihistamine to sooth itchy, irritated skin. 

Rosemary hydrates the skin, which helps to control oil production. It also provides an antibacterial surface for the skin, keeping acne at bay. Rosemary Oil's antiseptic properties are beneficial to skin conditions such as eczema.

​Tea Tree is the holy grail of natural skincare as it contains compounds shown to kill certain bacteria, viruses, and fungi. Tea Tree increases the activity of your white blood cells, which help fight germs and other foreign invaders. These germ-fighting properties make tea tree oil a valued natural remedy for preventing infection and promoting healing.

​Vanilla contains B-vitamins like Niacin, Thiamin, Vitamin B6 and Pantothenic Acid which aid in the maintenance of healthy skin. As an antioxidant, vanilla protects your skin from damage caused by environmental pollutants and toxins.

​Note: Essential oils have many uses. It is important to remember that many benefits are supported through anecdotal evidence.

Butters

Cocoa Butter forms a protective barrier on your skin and adds compounds that promote blood flow and slows the signs of aging by protecting against the sun's UV rays.

Shea Butter is rich in fatty acids which can condition, tone and smooth your skin.

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