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Almond Oil (Prunus amygdalus) — Rich in protein, minerals and vitamins, high in oleic and linoleic and other fatty acids, with a sweet, pleasant fragrance. Used in the treatment of very dry, chapped skin, relieves itching, soreness, and inflammation.

Aloe (vera, barbedensis) — Used medicinally for over 3,000 years. A rich emollient known to promote healing for damaged and burned skin. Used to counteract wrinkles. May be used as a carrying agent for essential oils. Aloe vera gel penetrates through all layers of tissue thanks to the lignins in the plant. Aloe vera contains an abundant amount of vitamins, amino acids and minerals.

Avocado Oil (Persea gratissima) — Very high in oleic fatty acid and sterolins. Contains vitamins A D & C and is penetrating, easily absorbed by the skin. Known to accelerate healing, recommended for chronic eczema as a restorative.

Beeswax (Apis mellifera) — Protects skin from dryness, sun and wind. Antibacterial.

Camomile (Chamaemelum nobile ROMAN) — Among the few essential oils that do not irritate the skin but have counter-irritant, antiinflammatory, antiseptic and pain relieving properties. Used for sensitive or allergy prone skin. Also used for soothing nerves, migraine headaches, insomnia and acne.

Cedarwood, Virginian (Juniperus virginiana) — Mild, sweet and woody aroma. Antiseptic, used for acne, eczema, oily skin and psoriasis. Harmonizing and calming.

Cucumber (Cucumis sativa) — Cucumber is cooling, healing and soothing to irritated skin. Good for sunburn or blemishes, wrinkles, skin whitening and
softening hardened skin.


Emu oil A natural product, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial. Promotes cellular regeneration, deeply penetrating. Non-comedogenic (doesn’t block pores), non-allergenic (no side effects), transdermally conductive (penetrates skin) Our oil comes from free-range, free choice food and water, Montana emus which are fed on a healthy diet of natural grain (with no additives or hormones) and pasture.
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Echinacea (Echinacea purpurea & angustifolia) — Organically grown and prepared - Its immune enhancing properties are well documented. It has an antibiotic and antiviral action, and has been shown to have antitumor activity (WH).

Evening Primrose Oil (Enothera biennis) — High in essential fatty acids, shown to ease a wide span of health problems, including acne, arthritis, eczema.High in Gamma-Linolenic Acid (GLA), necessary for the synthesis of prostaglandin, important for the skin. Helps to prevent premature aging of the skin.

Grapefruit Seed Extract (Citrus paradisi) — Extremely potent and effective broad spectrum bactericide, fungicide, antiviral and antiparasitic compound. A natural preservative and antioxidant.

Grapeseed Oil
(Vitis vinifera) A potent source of proanthocyanidins, a powerful group of antioxidants. Effective scavengers that work on harmful radicals.

Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) — Shown to combat skin cancers and to boost the immune system. Eases bleeding from cuts. Decreases the direct effects of sunburn, reduces metabolic changes that lead to skin cancer and aging. Can significantly reduce wrinkles.

Jojoba Oil (Simmondsis chinensis) — Acts as a sunscreen. Leaves the skin soft, supple and smooth. Contains protein, minerals and a waxy substance that mimics collagen. Used for eczema, acne. Highly penetrative.

Lavender (Lavendula angustifolia) — The most versatile essential oil for skin care, lavender has recently become popular for relaxation. But it’s healing properties are renowned. Reduces inflammations, soothes burns, disinfectant. Good for all complexions.

Lemon (Citrus limomum) — Antibacterial, astringent, promotes new cell generation, regulates sebum production, stimulates lymphatic system. Use for chapped and itching skin, freckles. A tissue toner.

Mandarin (Citrus nobilis) — An intensely sweet, almost floral citrus scent. Good for acne, congested and oily skin, scars, spots, stretch marks and as a toner.

Marjoram (Origanum majorana) — Very helpful for muscular pain, stiff joints. The essence is initially sweet, with a camphorous afternote.

Marshmallow Root
(althea, march mallow) — Boost dermal structure, reduces skin aging, high in Vitamin A. Useful for fighting any skin degeneration as well as cellular oxidation. Good for chapped skin and minor wounds. Anti-inflammatory properties, boost immunity at the cellular level.

Olive Oil
(Olea europaea) — Obtained from ripe olives,it is superior to mineral oils in penetrating power. Contains protein, minerals, vitamins for soothing. Rich in polyphenols, an antioxidant that blocks inflammation, and oleic acid to penetrate cell membranes.

Orange, Sweet
(Citrus sinensis) — Orange oil is antibacterial, astringent and used in skin toning. Sweet, light and fresh essence.

Palma Rosa
(Cymbopogon martini) — helpful for infections and as a tonic. Antiseptic, antibacterial. Moisturizing and hydrating, it is valuable for acne, dermatitis and minor skin infections, scars, sores and wrinkles. Stimulates cellular regeneration, regulates sebum production.

Rose Hip Seed
(Rosa various) — Rich in vitamin C and has been shown to have remarkable scar reduction properties. High in linoleic and linolenic acids.

Royal Jelly
A thick fluid high in protein, lipids, vitamins, gelatin and nucleic acids (such as RNA and DNA) that assist in topical cell regeneration. It contains Vitamins A, B Complex, biotin, folic acid and inositol, as well as minerals such as calcium, chromium, magnesium, photphorus, iron, potassium, silicon, sulfur, zinc and 18 amino acids, collagen

Safflower Oil
(Carthamus tinctorius) — Used in creams, lotions and soaps to soften the skin.Has one of the highest linoleic acid contents of all known oils, giving it superior skin compatibility and deep moisturizing capability since the moisture content of the skin is proportional to the content of essential unsaturated fatty acids.

Sandalwood (Santalum album) An external disinfectant and antiseptic. Rejuvenating scent.

Seaweed Extract
Extracted from brown seaweed, nearly odorless and tasteless. No known toxicity.

Shea Butter
(Butyrospermum parkii) — Provides protection from the sun. Imparts superior softness to the skin, with antimicrobial and moisturizing properties. Also contains vitamins and allantoin, naturally healing for wrinkles and capillary circulation. Has a nourishing effect and seems to induce a state of self-protection in the cells through its stimulating action on the metabolism. Protects against the ultraviolet rays that cause sunburn.

Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) — Contains vitamins and minerals. is good for all skin types.

Vitamin E (tocopherol) Essential for maintaining the activities of enzymes and formation of red blood cells. Inhibits formation of cancer causing compounds. Prevents formation of free radicals, a useful weapon against premature aging and combat of wrinkles. Promotes healing of burned skin. A deep moisturizer that softens and tones dry lines.

Witch Hazel (Hamamelis virginiana) — Soothes, reduces broken capillaries. Relieves the pain and swelling of veins, speeds healing. Relieves burns, swollen or inflamed skin conditions.

Xanthan Gum A gum produced by a culture with Xanthomonas campestris on corn sugar. Widely used as a thickener, an emulsifier, and stabilizer. No known toxicity.

Zinc Oxide
Used as an astringent, antiseptic and protective in skin diseases. A sunscreen.

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