WHAT YOU PUT ON YOUR SKIN IS IMPORTANT – IT IS THE HUMAN BODY’S LARGEST ORGAN AFTER ALL!
Mother Earth has provided us with everything we need to nourish and nurture our bodies. It is our responsibility to search the world for these coveted elements. While these earthly wonders are vast, and the corners of which we can explore are endless, we have decided to search the world and share along the way.
The organic ingredients, essential oils, and botanicals we use in our blends are the reason you'll find our products more efficient than their man made counterparts. Check out the ingredients we have sourced thus far, where they come from, and why you need them.
Source/Origin: Southeast Asia
Amla oil is derived from the fruit of the amla plant, commonly referred to as "Indian gooseberry" or gooseberry. Amla oil is rich in vitamin C and natural antioxidants known as flavonoids and polyphenols. Antioxidants, minerals, essential fatty acids and lipids found in Alma oil do wonders for your hair and scalp.
Source/Origin: North America & Europe
Helps to keep skin soft, supple and hydrated. Avocado’s soothing and calming qualities help to comfort delicate, sensitive skin.
Source/Origin: Thailand & South East Asia
JAMAICAN BLACK CASTOR
Jamaican Black Castor Oil is a naturally derived product utilizing the "Jamaican" processing technique. This method helps seal in all the essential oils of the castor and involves roasting the castor beans prior to manually pressing them for their oils. Because of the roasting process, there are traces of ash in the castor oil that intensifies the effectiveness of the product. The oil has a darker, deeper color, and a richer, earthier aroma. The ash in the oil tends to make it more alkaline, and the higher pH can help clarify the scalp and remove impurities that clog pores. The oil is also rich in Omega-6 and -9 fatty acids, ricinoleic acid, all of which provide much-needed nutrients and anti-inflammatory properties to the skin.
Simmondsia Chinensis Seed
Source/Origin: North America
Lavandula Angustifolia Flower
Source/Origin: France & Bulgaria
Its cytophylactic properties help stimulate new cell regeneration and repair the effects of damaged skin. Lavender also helps to invoke a feeling of relaxation and calm in both your mind and skin.
Olea Europaea Fruit
Source/Origin: Europe & Mexico
Source/Origin: Southeast Asia
Plantain oil contains substances called audubon and tannins which give the oil astringent properties. Known as a healing oil, these substances also have antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects making it ideal in the treatment of skin inflammations. Plantain oil also contains a powerful antioxidant known as allantoin, which is responsible for cell growth and tissue regeneration.
Rosa Canina (Rosehip) Seed Oil
Source/Origin: Bulgaria and Poland
It helps soften the visual effects of sun damage, pigmentation, scarring and other environmental influences that lead to signs of aging.
Source/Origin: Europe & Asia
& inflammation and softens the appearance of scars & blemishes. This deeply hydrating and nourishing oil reduces the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and slackened skin.
Helianthus Annuus Seed
Shea butter shea nut oil have significant levels of vitamins A and E, which means it promotes strong antioxidant activity. They are typically used for their moisturizing effects. These benefits are tied to shea’s fatty acid content, including linoleic, oleic, stearic, and palmitic acids. Shea butter also contains triterpenes. These naturally occurring chemical compounds are thought to deactivate collagen fiber destruction. By boosting collagen production and promoting new cell generation, shea butter may help reduce what researchers call photoaging — the wrinkles and fine lines that environmental stress and aging can create on skin.