We're Proud of the Ingredients We Use...

...and we want you to be proud of the ingredients that your beauty products contain.  And since knowledge is power, knowing the characteristics of ingredients helps you make an informed decision as to what you want, what you need, and what best helps you achieve your beauty goals.  

Click on the picture for more information. Information will continuously be added as new ingredients are implemented into our products. 

These ingredients are used in either oil form, powder form, or essential oil form.  They are always either organic, wild crafted, or pure ingredients. Nothing is synthetic! 

Tiger Nut - Cyperus Esculentus
Chicory - Cichorium Intybus
Dandelion - Taraxacum
Honeysuckle - Lonicera
kaolin clay
Willow Bark - Salix Alba
Spearmint - Mentha Spicata
Shiitake Mushroom - Lentinula Edodes
Peppermint - Mentha x piperita
Mulberry - Morus
Maca Root- Lepidium Meyenii
Ginger - Zingiber officinale
Activated Charcoal
Clove - Syzygium aromaticum
Black Pepper - Piper nigrum
Basil - Ocimum Basilicum
Abyssinian Oil (Brassica Abyssinica)
This oil is high in Omega 9, which is beneficial to hair in giving it a shiny look and glossy feel, and provides natural protection against the elements.  It contains Vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, C, and E, is non-comedogenic, and helps with skin regeneration and inflammation.
Agave Americana
Argania (Argan Oil)
This non-comedogenic oil is highly prized for its high fatty acid content. Such content increases skin elascticity, helps with dry and problematic skin, and is a must in products tailored to mature skin as it minimizes the appearance of wrinkles. It also absorbs easily, contains squalene, and is a rich source of Vitamin E that can help reduce the appearance of blemishes.
(Persea Americana)
This popular oil contains the Vitamins A, B1, B2, D, and E and is a source of monounsaturated fat, making it good for achieving softer skin. It is an antioxidant and antibacterial, relieves the inflammation associated with psoriasis and eczema, and benefits the scalp by helping reduce dandruff
Almonds (Prunis Dulcis)
Another popular oil when it comes to skin products! This oil, rich in Vitamin E, softens the skin, is easily absorbed, limits the loss of moisture through the skin, and renews and revitalizes it as well. It is rich in both Omega 6 and 9 fatty acids.
Babassu Oil (Attalea Speciosa)
This non-greasy oil is becoming a staple in beauty products today. Known for its' non-greasy nature, it melts on contact with skin and penetrates quickly. High in lauric acid, which is a strong property in coconut oil, this medium-chain fatty acid is perfect for dry, problematic, or mature skin, destroys pollutants that can cause premature aging, and for the hair, seals split ends and is a wonderful hair conditioner
Baobab Oil (Adansonia)
This is a prized oil for skin health. It protects both hair and skin from harsh weather conditions, strong in both Vitamin A and E, which means it minimizes the signs of aging as well as helps to even skin tone. It is both an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory, and contains both Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids.
Bergamot (Citrus Bergamia)
Black Onion Seed (Allium Cepa)
Though not used as often in skin and hair care products, this oils has anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and antioxidant properties, meaning that it is beneficial for skin conditions such as acne and eczema. It contains both Oleic and Linoleic Acid, meaning it is a slightly heavier oil but extremely emollient. It benefits the scalp which means healthy hair growth and less dry scalp conditions. It is rumored to prevent hair loss.
Blueberry Oil (Cyanococus)
Who doesn't know about the antioxidant benefits of blueberries? Because it moisturizes and nourishes the skin, it makes the skin look plump and firm and therefore reducing the signs of aging. It improves the elasticity of skin, and is ptent against skin conditions like eczema, dandruff, and psoriasis
Camellia Seed Camelllia Oleifera
What an excellent all-around moisturizer for skin and hair! Its' characteristics are as follows: Penetrates quickly, is highly moisturizing, contains high levels of Vitamin E, is an antioxidant, gives moisture balance to dry skin, reduces appearance of lines and wrinkles, excellent post-shaving emollient, and reduces the appearance of scars. Being a Linoleic Fatty Acid, it is a light oil that will not weigh down on the skin.
Carrot Seed Oil (Daucus Carota L)
The list of benefits of carrot seed oil are many and varied, including it being an antifungal, antibacterial, and possibly anticancer. It provides a measure of UV protection, making it an excellent ingredient in natural sunscreen. It repairs the skin and helps moisturize dry skin. It contains both Vitamin A and E, meaning that it helps reduce signs of aging. It is suitable for all skin types, and is most beneficial for mature skin.
Castor OIl Ricinus Communis
The benefits of castor oil for hair are well known, but few know that it is also an anti-inflammatory, making it wonderful for skin conditions like acne. For the hair, it can help increase circulation to the scalp, meaning improved hair growth. It is anti-bacterial and anti-fungal as well, which helps prevent scalp conditions like dandruff that could be caused by bacteria or fungal growth.
Coconut (Cocus Nucifera)
Coral JasmineNyctanthes arbor-tristis
Frankincense Boswellia
Ginger Root (Zingiber Officinale)
Grape Seed (Vitus Vinifera)
Having more Vitamin E than Olive Oil, this oil is both non-greasy and rapidly absorbs into the skin. It contains both Omega 6 and 9 fatty acids, and will not irritate or inflame acne. Its'
Guava Fruit (Psidium Guajava)
This fruit oils is good for both face and hair loss. Rich in Vitamin C, it contains lycopene, copper and zinc, as well as anti-aging properties due to its Vitamins A, B, C and E content. It also reduces the loss of hair while strengthening hair strands.
Hemp Seed
To some, this is the holy grail of oils due to its dynamic properties. Though it has medium viscosity, it will not clog pores and cause breakouts, ranking very low on the comedogenic scale. It is highly emollient, absorbs rapidly into the skin, and is high in both Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids.
Amla/Indian Gooseberry
AMLA (Indian Gooseberry): For the hair, Amla can strengthen the scalp, reduce hair loss, prevent dandruff and dry scalp. It is a rich source of Vitamin C, which can be beneficial in preventing gray hairs. It can increase collagen production which will cause plumper, smoother skin while fighting free-radicals (pollutants) that can accelerate signs of aging.
Jojoba (Simmondsia Chinensis)
This popular oil is not, by definition, an oil, but a wax. It is great for those with sensitive skin, and is very penetrating. It can be slightly greasy, so using in moderation or with low-viscosity oils is best. But it does mimic our natural oil, and therefore can help balance oil production, though a purging effect may occur before it stabilizes the skin due to its' ability to detoxify.
Karanja Millettia pinnata
This oil is the cousin of Neem Oil, though it does not contain the powerful, slightly obnoxious scent that Neem does contain. See Neem Oil for more information
Kokum Butter Garcinia Indica
This oil is the cousin of Neem Oil, though it does not contain the powerful, slightly obnoxious scent that Neem does contain. See Neem Oil for more information
Kukui Nut (Aleurites Moluccanus)
This oil is the cousin of Neem Oil, though it does not contain the powerful, slightly obnoxious scent that Neem does contain. See Neem Oil for more information
Lavendar Lavendula
Lemongrass (Cymbopogon)
Licorice Glycyrrhiza Glabra
Mango/Mangifera Indica
This is a beautifully soft butter, high in Oleic Acid, making it slightly heavier than butters such as Kokum. It is emollient and softens the skin and hair, while providing wound and regenerative activity. It is high in antioxidants and Vitamins A, C, and E. (The Best Organic Skin Care, Mango Butter Skin and Hair Benefits)
Meadowfoam Seed Oil Limnanthes Alba
This oil is very similar to Jojoba and can create a purging effect. It contains Vitamin E and C, is a great moisturizer that helps to slow down the loss of moisture through our skin. It adds shine and moisturizes the hair beautifully, while helping promote smooth, wrinkle free skin and fading stretch marks. (Beauty Musta, 12 Beauty Benefits of Meadowfoam Seed Oil for Skin, Hair & More
Neem Oil/Azadirachta indica
Despite its' smell, Neem Oil can do amazing things for the skin and hair! Highly emollient, it locks in moisture and smooths out the skin, combating wrinkles. Another beautiful anti-aging property is that it promotes collagen production, which is always good for reversing the effects of time on our skin. It penetrates into the skin, healing cracked skin. It is rich in Vitamin E. (What Great Grandma Ate, Benefits of Neem Oil for Skin)
Olive Oil/Olea Europaea
Olive Oil is strong in Vitamin E, has strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It contains a healthy amount of squalene, which has skin protecting effects and has anti-cancer properties. It can also help reduce the signs of aging due to its' extremely moisturizing characteristic
Papaya/Carica Papaya
Perilla/Wild Basil/Perilla Frutescen
Good for sensitive skin., this oil is rich in Omega 3 fatty acid. It has a light viscosity and rapid absorbtion, making it highly moisturizing
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