Organic Ingredients We Use

Organic Ingredients We Use

African Black Soap: It comes from plantain skins and is mixed with palm oil to form a soap that is high in vitamins A, E, and iron. It gives our products their lather, relieves scarring and acne, clears blemishes, eliminates skin irritations, and relieves eczema and psoriasis. Gentle enough to use on a baby's skin.

Alfalfa is highly moisturizing and anti-inflammatory.  It helps treat itchy skin and scalp and is a strengthening herb for fine hair due to its high protein content.  Alfalfa is also naturally deodorizing and helps prevent skin infections of all types.

Almond extract is beneficial for normal or dry skin and scalp. For their cleansing and softening properties, almonds (and their essential oil) are excellent when trying to remove dead or dry skin. Almond is extremely nourishing to the hair, skin, bones, and nails due to its high levels of absorbable calcium, beta-carotene, and protein.

Aloe vera, historically known for its healing properties, is perfect for sunburn and skin irritations and makes an excellent moisturizer for hair.

Apricot Oil: Makes hair soft and shiny, moisturizes and nourishes the hair root as well as the strand, and promotes hair growth.

Avocado Oil: It increases hair growth, thickens hair, helps prevent hair loss, prevents dandruff, easily penetrates, making it a great moisturizer for dry hair, and has natural sunscreen properties that can protect the hair and scalp from the damage caused by the harmful UVA and UVB rays of the sun.

Bay is valued for its antifungal, antiseptic, and stimulating properties. When used in shampoos and conditioners, bay helps treat dandruff and remedy dry scalps.

Burdock root can be used externally or internally for skin conditions such as acne, eczema, and dandruff. It is extremely cleansing, helping to detoxify the liver and remove toxins from the body.  Burdock softens the skin and is especially beneficial for dandruff and hair loss.

Calendula: Calendula flowers are used for their antifungal, anti-inflammatory, and antiseptic properties. It helps refine pores and renew skin cells, and it is ideal for sensitive skin. It is moisturizing and nourishing when used on hair, and it is especially beneficial for those with blonde hair.

Cardamom is warming and stimulating when used on the scalp and skin. It is very beneficial when used as a massage oil and helps to generate a general sense of well-being. It is also a regularly used insect repellent.

Chamomile: These flowers are noted for their anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. Often used in dry skin and scalp formulas and as a calming agent to promote relaxation, chamomile brings out natural highlights when added to hair products and is a definite favorite among blondes.

Chickweed is extremely nutritive and is often used to strengthen fine, brittle, and damaged hair. It is often used as a bath herb to soothe dry skin, itchiness, psoriasis, varicose veins, and diaper rash.

Cinnamon: anti-fungal and antiseptic, cinnamon is often used in cleansers, facial masks, lotions, soaps, and scrubs. It is excellent for brunettes and also helps prevent baldness. As a bath herb, it soothes, warms, chills, and relieves sore muscles.  Cinnamon gives a naturally rosy complexion to the skin and helps stimulate the scalp for better hair growth.

Castor oil increases hair growth, thickens hair, reduces and prevents hair damage, eliminates dry hair, makes the hair fuller and shinier, deeply conditions and moisturizes the hair and scalp, and prevents dry scalp.

Coconut oil keeps the hair strong, shiny, vitalized, nourished, and protected. It prevents hair loss, has antimicrobial properties, keeps the scalp healthy, keeps hair moisturized and soft, prevents hair breakage, is anti-dandruff, and may prevent hair from turning gray.

Evening Primrose Oil: High in essential fatty acids, it nourishes the scalp, prevents hair loss, and prevents dandruff and eczema.

Grape seed oil is an antioxidant-rich, light, non-greasy oil that absorbs quickly, makes hair shiny, reduces breakage, prevents dandruff, promotes hair growth, strengthens hair, smooths the hair cuticles, seals in moisture, and makes each hair strand strong. It is also a heat protector, as it resists temperatures up to 450°F.

Hemp Oil Protein: Adds luster to hair, is anti-inflammatory and anti-aging, balances dry skin, fights skin inflammations, helps heal skin lesions, has antioxidants, and contains moisture-balancing properties. The oil is non-greasy, readily absorbs into the pores, is an emollient, and has rejuvenating and moisturizing properties for the skin. It provides rich omega-3 nutrients proven to help maintain beautiful and healthy hair, restores moisture and manageability to hair, and contains essential amino acids that can help individuals who suffer from excess sebum production known as seborrhea.

Jojoba Oil: Balances natural hair oil production, especially good for brittle and dry hair; acts as a humectant; creates a protective film over the hair shaft that helps seal in moisture; and is great for split ends.

Neem leaf is - Valued for its antibacterial, antifungal, antiseptic, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory properties. Neem is often used in lotions, soaps, and salves that are used to treat skin conditions such as acne, eczema, rashes, athlete's foot, and wounds. The oil from the neem leaf is used to condition hair, treat dandruff, and deter head lice.  Neem can also be a natural preservative when added to cosmetics and body care products.

Nettle: Nettle is a nutritive plant that is antifungal and astringent. It is known as an “internal beauty herb” and is often used to strengthen hair, skin, and nails due to its high content of nutrients such as calcium, iron, silica, sulfur, and beta-carotene.  It is also a fantastic tonic for the face, body, scalp, and hair due to its mineral-rich and astringent characteristics. Nettle is especially beneficial for those with overly oily skin and hair.

Nutmeg: Nutmeg is a circulatory stimulant. Incorporated into salves, nutmeg can restore skin damaged from eczema, ringworm, and scars. When added to hair rinses, nutmeg helps stimulate hair growth as it invigorates the scalp. The essential oil of nutmeg is added to massage oils and lotions to ease muscular pain and cramping.

Oats: Oats are a tremendous addition when added to facial masks and scrubs to help eliminate blackheads and remedy dry, oily, or wrinkled skin.  It helps soften the skin and can be used instead of soap as a cleansing agent for very sensitive skin. Oats are often used in soaps, lotions, and sunscreens for their anti-inflammatory properties and can also help with itchy skin resulting from eczema or hives.

Orange: Orange oil is anti-inflammatory and sedative and can help stimulate new skin cell growth.  It is also known to help restore visibly broken capillaries and dry skin conditions.  The oil from an orange peel can also help the body release toxic buildup through the pores and sweat glands, thus creating healthier, smoother skin.

Olive oil is highly beneficial to the skin and has been used for thousands of years for its softening and smoothing properties. It makes hair silky and shiny.

Patchouli leaves: The essential oil from patchouli is deodorant, antifungal, and rejuvenative. It is used in cleansers, moisturizers, and soaps to treat acne, eczema, and dry skin. In shampoos and conditioners, it can help with dry and itchy scalps and dandruff problems.  Patchouli calms anxiety, stimulates the nervous system, improves clarity, and uplifts the spirit.

Pine: Pine is aromatic, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and stimulating. It is valued as a bath herb for sore muscles and is commonly used in lotions and aftershaves.  Pine helps heal psoriasis, eczema, and acne. It is very exfoliating for the skin, helping to diminish wrinkles, scars, and warts.

Peppermint Extract: A hair growth enhancer that acts like an astringent and helps remove excess sebum from the scalp.

Rose petals: Rose petals are often used in body care for their hydrating, rejuvenative, and soothing properties. It is a beneficial ingredient for dry, mature skin in facial steams, cleansers, lotions, toners, moisturizers, and bath products. Rose is considered a cell rejuvenator. For dry hair, roses can be included in shampoos, conditioners, and hair rinses. They are also used in various cosmetics to sooth and soften wrinkled skin. Due to its high content of essential fatty acids, rose essential oil is excellent for skin rejuvenation, scar prevention, and wrinkle reduction.

Rosemary: The leaves of rosemary are antioxidant, rejuvenating, and stimulating. When used on the skin, it helps to strengthen capillaries and improve mature, wrinkled skin. It is widely used in facial masks, cleansers, toners, lotions, and moisturizers. Rosemary is also popular in hair products like shampoos and conditioners to help darken graying hair, remove excess oils, treat dandruff, and deter hair loss. Rosemary oil also adds a lustrous shine to hair of any type.

Sage: The leaves and flowers of sage are antibacterial and antiseptic and are included in skin care products such as soaps, cleansers, and toners. It is especially beneficial for acne and oily skin. It is a common ingredient for hair products that are designed for oily hair, hair loss, and brunette hair, as it helps to eliminate graying.  Sage helps stimulate the scalp and add body to dull, lifeless hair.

Sandalwood: Sandalwood calms skin irritations in conditions such as eczema and severely chapped skin. Its essential oil has been valued through history for its exotic perfume fragrance and is currently added to soaps, lotions, and aftershaves to uplift depression and reduce anxiety. It is especially beneficial when used in male-specific body care products.

Sesame: Sesame and its oil are good for normal, dry, or oily skin types and are often used in sunscreen preparations. Sesame seeds contain vitamin E, calcium, iron, and sesamin, which is a powerful antioxidant. Healing properties include the strengthening of hair, nails, bones, and teeth and have sometimes been known to prevent hair from graying.

Shea Butter: This butter is rich in beta-carotene and Vitamin E, increasing circulation and moisturizing the skin. Typically included in soaps and lotions, shea butter is beneficial for eczema, psoriasis, stretch marks, age spots, and wound healing. It is also included in creams and massage oils to help arthritic joints. In addition to all of this, shea butter contains a natural SPF 6, making it perfectly suited as an ingredient in natural sunscreen.

Star anise is valued for its aromatic and circulatory-stimulating properties. The essential oil is often used in hand soaps, hair products, and perfume.

Structured Vitamin Water Concentrate: This product is created using a proprietary methodology of vitamin enhancement that supports anti-virus functions. Blueberry extract, blackcurrents, beet root, and kham thai (annatto) give this concentrate the energy that makes it so effective.

Sunflower seeds and their oils are considered antioxidant, nutritive, and warming. They strengthen fingernails due to their high nutrient content. Rich in vitamin E, fatty acids, lecithin, and linoleic acid, sunflower oil can be used as a massage oil and as a healing agent for dry skin and rheumatic symptoms.

Tea Tree: Tea Tree oil is an excellent antiseptic agent. The oil is added to facial cleansers, soaps, lotions, and moisturizers and helps with skin conditions such as acne, eczema, and psoriasis. It can also fight fungal infections and remedy diaper rash. Tea tree is also a natural insect repellent and can be used in shampoos to help treat and prevent head lice.

Thyme: Thyme leaves and flowers are antiseptic, aromatic, astringent, and stimulating. Thyme is included in facial steams, masks, cleansers, toners, deodorants, and aftershaves and can help to treat acne, psoriasis, eczema, and excessively oily skin. In shampoos and conditioners, thyme helps to heal dandruff and keep hair shiny and silky.

Tumeric Root: Tumeric promotes a softer and healthier complexion. It is an excellent anti-inflammatory agent and antioxidant and can be sprinkled on a wound to stop the blood flow. One teaspoon added to one cup of hot water creates a rinse to help highlight blonde or light brown hair!

Vanilla Bean: Vanilla is valued in cosmetics for its aromatic qualities. The bean is often included in lotions, moisturizers, soaps, and perfumes.

Vegetable Glycerin: Cleanses and moisturizes, lubricates and softens, returns moisture to dry hair, scalp, or skin, alleviates irritation, and helps to strengthen the hair, which leads to less breakage of the hair and less formation of split ends.

Vinegar (Apple Cider): Apple cider vinegar is astringent, deodorizing, and antifungal. Vinegar improves circulation and helps fight an oily or flaky scalp. Vinegar is an excellent exfoliating agent but should not typically be used with very sensitive skin.

Violet: Violet leaves and flowers are nutritive and astringent, helping to clear the skin of acne, boils, rashes, and psoriasis. Topically, violet is excellent for dry, normal, and oily skin and is often included in toners and cleansers.

Vitamin C: Vitamin C is often added to skin creams as a healing antioxidant, anti-aging nutrient, and preservative. In the body, vitamin C is necessary for collagen production and to boost natural immunity.

Vitamin E: Vitamin E is a potent antioxidant and is often added to cosmetics and beauty products to preserve natural plant oils. Topically, it also helps tremendously to minimize scarring, hasten wound healing, and protect the skin from free radical damage.

Wintergreen: Wintergreen leaves and essential oil are both used for their antiseptic, aromatic, and stimulant properties. The essential oil is often added to massage oils to treat cellulite and lotions to remedy joint and muscle soreness.

Witch Hazel: Witch hazel is valued for its anti-inflammatory and cleansing properties. It is topically used to treat acne, blemishes, oily skin, insect bites, poison oak, poison ivy, and sunburn. It is also excellent for dandruff and oily hair conditions.

Yarrow: Yarrow is valued for being antifungal and anti-inflammatory. Useful for oily skin, yarrow is often used in cleansers and toners. It can treat rashes and wounds and is also commonly used in aftershaves.

Yellow Dock Root: This plant is extremely useful in helping promote the body's natural cleansing processes. It is rich in iron and helps to fortify the body while it cleanses. It can improve conditions like ringworm, eczema, hives, boils, and itchy skin.

Ylang-ylang: The name Ylang-ylang means flower of flowers and is usually used for its delightful fragrance. It is also used in skin products for oily and problematic skin and in hair products, as it stimulates the senses and enhances feelings of calmness and serenity.

Yucca root is used for its anti-inflammatory qualities and contains saponins, which, when combined with water, form a natural lather. It is an excellent biodegradable and cleansing agent in shampoos, facial cleansers, and soaps. It is used to treat dandruff and hair loss, as well as to soften hair and bring out natural highlights.

Zinc Oxide: Protection from the sun and wind comes from zinc oxide, which provides a mineral-based barrier. Our zinc oxide is plant-based; it is not nano- or non-micronized.

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