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Butters & Oils
Almond Oil:
Sweet almond oil is rich in vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, E and protein. It's used for a base oil in many skin care products. It's a good oil to use for sensitive skin because it not only moisturizes but can help with cellular regeneration.
Apricot Oil:
Apricot Kernel oil has excellent softening and moisturizing properties which makes it great for face, hands & hair by helping skin retain elasticity, clarity, and suppleness. The high content of vitamins E & A, along with the rich essential fatty acids, makes it especially good for prematurely aged, dry or irritated skin. It easily penetrates the skin without leaving an oily feel and is widely used in massage therapy.
Arnica Oil:
Arnica Oil has been used for years for the treatment of bodily injuries such as bruises, over-exerted muscles, sprains, strains and vericose veins.
Avocado Butter:
Avocado Oil:
Avocado oil is a beautiful, deep green thick oil, rich in nourishing vitamins, great for dry skin. Avocado oil mixes well with other oils and we use it a lot to superfat our batches ensuring a rich, emollient bar of soap.
Borage Seed Oil:
High in fatty acids that help maintain healthy skin, Borage oil can help to repair damaged, overly dry skin conditions.
Carrot Tissue Oil:

Rich in minerals, vitamins and beta-carotin, carrot tissue oil makes a superior additive to skin care products for mature skin as it helps to replenish and rejuvnate
Castor Oil:
This thick emollient is known for it’s effectiveness in treating conditions such as dry, brittle damaged hair or hair loss, but it also acts as a skin softener. Cold pressed castor oil is tasteless and odorless when pure. Sometimes we add it to our soaps just for the rich lather it gives.
Cocoa Butter:
Derived from Cocoa beans, natural unrefined cocoa butter has a distinct chocolate smell. It not only can improve skin elasticity but can also help prevent dry skin wrinkles. It can relieve stretched skin during and after pregnancy. Its rich moisturizing properties can help soften and protect skin.
Coconut Oil:
It is an excellent moisturizer for skin. It is high in saturated fats and is semi-solid at room temperature. Used in conjunction with other oils it works great in massage or body lotions. We avoid the solvent extracted Coconut oils and use only organic cold-pressed.
Glycerin (vegetable):
Glycerin is a by-product of soap making and is considered a humectant, which means it can literally pull moisture from the air so it works as an extra moisturizing agent. In most commercial soap-making the glycerin is taken out and used for other products. In the traditional cold process way of soap-making, the naturally formed vegetable glycerin is retained. Glycerin in skin care products can make skin and hair feel silky & smooth, although a little goes a long way; too much makes a sticky product.
Grapeseed Oil:
Grape seed oil has a light texture, is odorless and mildly astringent. It quickly absorbs into the skin without leaving an oily residue. It's a great ingredient for damaged and stressed tissues, having a high content of Linoleic acid than most other oils and "possessing regenerative and restructuring qualities which allow for strong control of skin moisture". Good for the skin around the eyes, good to rub on your feet, and also a good choice for oily skin.  
Hemp Seed Oil:
Hemp Seed Oil is highly nutritious, and contains anti-oxidants, protein, carotene and a number of minerals including calcium, magnesium, sulfur, potassium, iron, zinc, and phosphorus. It's a source of complete protein and contains all known amino acids. It also contains Vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6, C, D, and E. The green color in Hemp Seed Oil is a result of the high level of chlorophyll which naturally occurs in the seeds.
It is one of the world's richest sources of polyunsaturated fats, including both of the essential fatty acids (Omega 3 and Omega 6) and GLA (gamma Linoleic acid). This makes it extremely emollient. It can help with damaged dry skin such as eczema, psoriasis and acne.
Hemp Seed Oil is non-greasy, emollient, and has rejuvenating and moisturizing properties. The vitamins and minerals are easily absorbed through the skin, resulting in a more nourishing, vitamin and mineral enriched product.
 We use organic, unrefined hemp seed oil in our hemp based products.
Jojoba Oil:
Jojoba oil, pressed from the seed of the desert shrub is actually a liquid wax. Because it is very stable it can be blended with other oils to help them retain their freshness. It is an excellent choice for use on dry, damaged skin. Since the chemical composition of Jojoba oil resembles our own skin oil, it rarely causes any bad side effect.
Lanolin:
Lanolin is actually a wax that comes from the sheep's wool. It is highly emollient, soothing and softening. It is reputed to delay the fine wrinkles of age and it is extremely effective in preventing water loss from the skin and hair.
Mango Butter:
Neem:
Olive Oil:
Olive oil is great for skin care because of its mild property. It contains a lot of vitamin E, an antioxidant to help against aging, burned skin and damaged cells.
Because it's is an antioxidant it helps to protect the skin from the harmful action of free radicals, delaying aging skin. Olive Oil prevents the loss of your skin's natural moisture, softens skin and attracts external moisture to your skin. It helps keeps your skin soft, supple and younger looking. We use this in all of our soaps.
Palm Kernel Oil:
It contains alpha, beta, gamma, and delta-tocopherols. Its antioxidant properties bring many benefits to the human body, such as preventing skin aging. It also makes soap hard and longer lasting.
Pomegranate Seed Oil:
Primrose Seed Oil:
Rosehip Seed Oil:
One of the very best oils for regenerative skin repairs but has a short shelf life.
Shea Butter:
Rich in vitamin A, E, and F, as well as a number of other vitamins and minerals, Shea butter is a soothing rejuvenating moisturizer for the skin. It has superb nourishing abilities as well as providing natural sun block protection. It not only soothes, hydrates and balances the skin, but is also good for anti-aging applications, fragile, dry hair, helps with eczema, sunburns, itchy or chapped skin, rough foot skin. Because of its soothing nature, anti-inflammatory and rejuvenating effects, it promotes skin renewal, and speeds up healing.
Vitamin E Oil:

Botanicals:


Calendula:
Chai Tea:
Chamomile:
Cranberry Fiber:
Green Tea:

Green tea appears to exert sun damage protection by quenching free radicals and reducing inflammation. Topical green tea poly phenols are likely to slow down the development of some signs of aging.
Lavender Flowers:

Nettle Leaf:

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he nettle has anti-inflammatory properties. It has a high Vitamin K content and it is loaded with a natural form of vitamin e.
Oatmeal:
Poppy Seeds:
Rooibos Tea:

Rooibos Tea or South African Red Tea is known for its high level of antioxidants, low tannins and lack of caffeine. It has a Super oxide that helps reduce the free radical damage to skin. The most important characteristics of Rooibos are related to its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti microbial properties. Rooibos tea has been used to bathe children with allergic skin conditions.
Salmonberries:
Vanilla Seeds:
Zucchini:
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Essential Oils:
Different essential oils have different properties, including vitamins and minerals. By combining different oils together, a unique remedy can happen. Soaps and shampoos with essential oils can create a steamy mood when showering as the essential oils become more aromatic when wet. Lotions, creams and conditioners with essential oils can be most excellent on skin and hair. (To name a few: …)

  • Cassia:
  • Chamomile:
  • Clove Bud:
  • Dragons Blood:
  • Eucalyptus:
  • Ginger:
  • Jasmine: good for dry, sensitive or mature skin emotionally soothes headaches, insomnia, depression, anger, fear, grief, and worry and at the same time, it reverses fatigue.
  • Karma Blend:
  • Lavender: first-aid oil, a good cell regenerator can minimize or prevent scarring or stretch marks, good for sun-damaged skin, rashes, infections insect bites and emotionally balances.
  • Patchouli:
  • Peppermint:
  • Ravensara:
  • Rosemary: Very antiseptic, antiviral, antibacterial and anti fungal for the skin. Said to help with dandruff or hair loss. Liniments with Rosemary can ease muscle pain.
  • Sage: helps with hair growth, is good for oily skin and hair and can stimulate the brain. (that's what it said)
  • Sandalwood:
  • Sweet Orange:
  • Tea Tree:
  • Vanilla:
  • Vetiver:
  • Western Red Cedar:
  • Ylang-Ylang:
Juices & Extracts:
Apple Juice:
Blackberry Juice:
Carrot Extract:
Extract of Carrot is a good source of Beta Carotene and is useful for all types of skin, especially good for acne, eczema, psoriasis and damaged skin. It can accelerate the formation of new cells. Cares for intensely dry, rough and sensitive skin and is a great benefit to mature or dry skin.
Carrot Juice:

Carrot Juice contains powerful antioxidants with vitamins and essential nutrients Celery Juice:
Cherry Juice:
Cranberry Juice:
Cucumber Juice:
Peach/Papaya Juice:
Pineapple Juice:
Pomegranate Juice:
Rooibos Tea:


Information and statements on this website regarding health benefits are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. If you have or suspect that you have allergic reactions to a certain component, please carefully read product ingredients. Ingredients are listed for each item at check out.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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