Simmondsia Chinesis (Jojoba) seed oil

Jojoba oil is a highly nourishing agent that forms a protective film on skin after application to stabilize the skin through reduced sebum production. It protects the skin’s connective tissues, prevents dryness and reduces the formation of fine lines. Jojoba is very close to the skin's own natural sebum. It penetrates the skin rapidly and regulates the hydration of skin cells. Jojoba oil is a liquid wax that solidifies when temperature drops. Once it is in contact with the skin, it melts and gets absorbed, softens the skin and restores its elasticity. Jojoba oil is effective in relieving inflammation and allergies, such as skin rash, eczema, diaper rash, psoriasis, and coarse and dull skin. The rich vitamin A, vitamin B, vitamin E, calcium and magnesium content provide protection for damaged keratinocytes.

Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea)

Shea butter is a deeply moisturizing natural product that strengthens, repairs and protects. It prevents skin from dryness and cracking; and it heals minor cuts and burns. Shea butter is akin to that of human sebum so it gets absorbed rapidly into the skin. It provides the skin with nutrients and facilitates the regeneration of skin cells. The rich vitamin A, vitamin E, allantoin and unsaturated fatty acids protect the skin from dehydration and nourish damaged skin.

Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) oil

Coconut oil helps reduce swelling and pain. It is a treatment for skin conditions such as rash, eczema, irritated and itchy skin, athlete’s foot and dermatitis as it contains lauric acid, known for its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Coconut oil has smaller molecule size so it gets absorbed into the epidermis easily to strengthen tissues, nourish dry skin, retain moisture and soothe irritations.

Cera Alba

Cera alba has emollient, anti-oxidation and antibacterial properties. It also enhances product durability.

Olea Ruropea (Olive) fruit oil

The oleic acid and vitamin E in olive oil account for the moisturizing benefits it provides for poor circulation and dry, flakey skin. Olive oil penetrates deeply into the skin and provides superb moisture thanks to its small molecule size. It also protects the skin from environmental hazards.

Persea Gratissima (Avocado) oil

The moisturizing and healing effects of avocado oil help keep the skin plump and supple. It is quickly absorbed by the skin, thus helps improve metabolism, reduce pigmentation and soothe fine lines. Avocado oil penetrates deeply into the skin. It contains palmitoleic acid, which is effective in retaining moisture, fighting inflammation, activating defensive tissues and boosting skin immunity. Avocado oil is rich in vitamin A, vitamin B and lecithin, in which the active ingredients help to heal and repair the skin. It is suitable for dry, sensitive, dehydrated, aging, rash and eczema-prone skin.

Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) oil

The nourishing lavender oil has properties to fight oxidation, stabilize cell membrane, protect stratum corneum and reduce inflammation.

Triticum Vulgare (Wheat Germ) oil

The highly nourishing wheat germ oil is an emollient rich in vitamin E, which prevents premature aging, keeps connective tissues healthy and enhances skin circulation. It is an effective treatment against skin rash, diaper rash, eczema and psoriasis.

Tocopherol (Vitamin E)

Through its antioxidant properties, vitamin E can decelerate the aging of skin cells, protect cell membranes, promote the healing of wounds and reduce scarring.

Anthemis Nobilis (Camomille) flower oil

Camomille flower oil is effective against skin rash, allergies, inflammation, itchiness, psoriasis, sunburn and burns. The oil has antibacterial properties that help cleanse and protect wounds from infection. The unique scent works as a relaxant to promote a general sense of calmness and well-being.

Calendula Officinalis flower

Calendula can help with rashes, skin irritations and allergies. It can be applied to the skin to reduce pain and inflammation for chapped and otherwise irritated skin. It has strong antibacterial, anti-fungal, anti-yeast and anti-microbial properties, thus good at stimulating wound healing. Calendula flower has several carotenoids, including lutein, zeaxanthin and beta-carotene, significant to human health.

Malaleuca Alterbifolia (Tea Tree) leaf oil

Tea tree leaf oil has amazing cleansing and antiseptic properties for itch and allergy relief. It also soothes skin and heals wounds.

Lepospermum Scoparium (Manuka) oil

The health benefits of Manuka oil can be attributed to its properties as an antibacterial and anti-fungal substance that prevents infection, facilitates recovery and reduces pigmentation.

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