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A fatty acid and natural emollient, Shea butter is rich in oils, which reduces the amount of moisture lost when applied to hair. Commonly used in deep moisturizing hair treatments.
Containing high levels of antioxidants and vitamins, Mango butter can restore scalp and reduce dry, damaged skin.
A fat rich in Vitamin E, Cocoa butter soothes, hydrates and balances skin.
Packed with vitamins and full of potassium, avocado is known to improve hair growth.
Grapeseed oil contains linoleic acid, which helps reduce dryness and loss of moisture. Good to use on a dry scalp.
The gel from the Aloe Vera gel is commonly used in shampoo and conditioners. Aloe Vera promotes hair growth and is a good scalp treatment.
The fatty acids found in coconut milk can be used to treat dandruff and increase skin health. A natural moisturizer, it has been known to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and saggy skin.
Coconut oil is a natural moisture and hair sealant. It has many uses, adding shine and strength to hair, commonly used as a leave-in conditioner.
Olive oil seals and softens hair. Extra virgin olive oil is preferred because it has not gone through any chemical processes. Commonly applied before shampooing or as part of a deep conditioning treatment.
Rice Bran Oil
High in fatty acids and vitamin E, Rice Bran Oil is known to keep skin hydrated and commonly used as a moisturizer, especially in colder months.
Essential oils are plant based oils and take on the properties and benefits from the plant in which it came.
Almond oil which comes from Almond tree, rich in vitamins and protein and fatty acids. Known to have many health and beauty benefits, good for the heart and skin.
A natural clay found in warmer climates, Kaolin clay is traditionally used for skin care treatment balancing dry to oily skin types. It is also commonly found in deodorants and body scrubs.
Used as a “healing clay,” a quality Bentonite clay is grey or cream in color. Simply adding water to this clay makes a good mask for smoother, healthier skin.
A plant, the essential oils from lemongrass have several medicinal and cosmetic uses. Commonly used for headaches, muscle relief or as a mild astringent.
The fruit of a rose, rosehips contain a high volume of vitamin C. With anti-inflammatory properties, their oils are commonly used similar to essential oils.
An antioxidant, Vitamin E repairs and builds tissue. Its restorative properties repair hair follicles promoting a healthy scalp and hair growth.
Formed from coffee beans, coffee is commonly used as a scrub to treat dry and uneven skin.
A naturally occurring substance, activated charcoal absorbs toxins and chemicals, and is a natural teeth whitener.
A natural anti inflammatory, the juice from sugar cane is commonly used to fight acne and as a natural SPF.
Dead Sea Salt
Primarily composed of the element, Magnesium, Dead Sea Salt is known to fight stress, calm the nervous system and replenish skin.
Himalayan salt has high levels of essential minerals that detoxifies skin while preserving moisture.
Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda)
Sodium Bicarbonate, or baking soda, is most commonly found in powder form. Often used in hair as a dry shampoo, hair lightener or to add volume to hair.
Produced and collected from the combs of honey bees, raw honey acts as an antibacterial and is commonly used in face masks to treat skin.
The essential oil of a sunflower, high in nutrients and fats, sunflower oil helps with skin retention, often used as a moisturizer and in anti-aging formulas.
Most commonly found in powder form and high in potassium, sorbic acid is often used as a base for face and eye makeup as well as several skin care products.