- Spring water infused with chamomile
- Local organic coconut milk kefir (The Cultured Coconut)
- Rice bran oil
- Avocado oil
- Aloe vera juice
- Vegetable glycerin
- Organic unrefined shea butter
- Jojoba oil
- Local raw honey (Cosman & Whidden)
- Vitamin E oil
- Preservative eco
- Liquid soy lecithin
Avocado Oil enhances the skin’s ability to generate collagen, which keeps your skin firm, smooth and rejuvenated, and shields the skins against age-related wrinkles, fine lines and other aging signs. It soothes dry, itchy skin as it is easily absorbed. Avocado oil can be used as a natural treatment for a multiplicity of skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis, and hastens the healing of small wounds.
Honey is great for your skin. When added to soaps, it’s hardly noticeable when you are using it in the shower or washing your hands in the sink – it’s not sticky at all and leaves no discernible trace. Honey is packed with antioxidants, which are known to help fight signs of ageing, pollution, and unhealthy lifestyle habits from showing on your skin. It helps skin glow through its excellent moisturizing properties. Honey is also great for those with problem skin – it’s antibacterial which helps with acne prevention and treatment, and it helps open up the pores in order to clean and unclog. Read More: Honey
Organic Unrefined Shea Butter
Organic Unrefined Shea Butter “is a skin superfood that comes from the seeds of the fruit of the Shea (Karite) tree and that is naturally rich in vitamins A, E and F. It offers UV protection (it is SPF ~6) and provides the skin with essential fatty acids and the nutrients necessary for collagen production. Shea butter has been used in Africa and other countries for years to improve skin and hair.” Read More: 21 Shea Butter Benefits and Uses
Jojoba Oil is that it is packed with almost all of the vitamins and minerals essentially needed for healthy hair and skin, namely, vitamin E, B-complex, copper, zinc, selenium, iodine, and chromium. It normally does not have any harmful impact and can be used by even those who are having sensitive skin without worrying for any allergic reaction.
Jojoba oil has anti-microbial properties and contains iodine that prevent harmful bacteria growth, which otherwise would cause breakouts of acne.
It also lessons the appearance of wrinkles & fine lines.
The powerful antioxidants contained in the jojoba oil help in regenerating the skin cells.
Vitamin E Oil
Vitamin E prevents water loss from the skin, and helps it to retain its natural moisture. Thus, it makes dull, dry skin look healthy and well-moisturised. If it is used for the purpose of deep pore cleansing of dry skin on a regular basis, it restores the normal oil balance of the skin.
Aloe vera is traditionally used to help soothe angry skin – burns, wounds, and sunburn. It also helps calm dry, flaky skin, eczema, psoriasis, and it’s good for acne. It’s very moisturizing, fights ageing, and reduces the look of stretch marks. For more detailed information, read this: The Benefits of Using Aloe Vera for Skin Care and More
Chamomile is a great herb for its anti-inflammatory properties – it has been scientifically tested and proven to be highly effective for skin care conditions such as eczema. It is particularly suited to sensitive skins that are prone to inflammation. Chamomile is suitable for all skin types, and is used in skincare for babies for its gentleness.