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marula oil

Extracted from the nuts of the Marula tree, this is a rare oil that has a fragrant floral, nutty aroma along with powerful properties, including protective antioxidants – in fact, while it is similar to the much more famous Moroccan Argan oil, it actually contains 60 percent more antioxidants. 

Anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial, Marula oil is a multipurpose tonic that can reportedly reverse photo damage, boost cellular activity, aid in building collagen, protect against environmental toxins, and support the health of the skin and hair. 

rosehip oil (rosa canina)*​

Rosehip oil offers several benefits when applied to the skin due to its primary constituents: essential fatty acids, vitamin E, vitamin C and B-carotene, a form of vitamin A.

The essential fatty acids help improve skin tone, texture and pigmentation. 

 

The oil is deeply moisturizing and aids in removing redness and irritation.

Essential fatty acids are emollients, which improve skin flexibility and permeability. 

Emollients also aid in skin repair.

coconut oil (cocos nudfera)*

Used in traditional medicine for thousands of years to soften skin and hair, treat Eczema, dermatitis and psoriasis. to protect the skin against damage and promotes healing giving the skin a more youthful, healthy appearance. Keeps skin supple to reduce the “sag” effect. 

sesame seed oil (sesame indicum)*​

Sesame Seed Oil with fatty acids and linoleic acid makes this oil an effective moisturizer for all skins.

Also rich in vitamin E, D and B complex helps reduce scars and rashes on the skin. 

The antioxidant, sesamol,  helps protects against oxidative stress and helps

 prevent the appearances of fine lines and wrinkles.

apricot kernel oil (armeniaca)

Rich in essential fatty acids like oleic and linoleic acid, apricot kernel oil is high in vitamin A, Apricot kernel oil, easily penetrates the skin.  It is good oil for prematurely aged, dry or irritated skin and has excellent softening and moisturizing properties. 

Vitamins A & C are good for mature dry or sensitive skin.

The apricot kernel oil helps skin retain elasticity, clarity, and suppleness. 

jojoba oil (simmondsia chinensis)

Jojoba Oil contains many essential fatty acids, powerful antioxidants and vitamins. Naturally rich in Vitamins A, D and E, this gentle oil works to regenerate skin cells. It also contains fatty acids Omega 6 and 9. Jojoba Oil is naturally gentle and non-irritating, making it perfect for basically every skin type.  In adolescents and those with “oily” skin, sometimes too much sebum is produced, blocking pores and creating acne. Jojoba oil, due to its similar structure, actually bonds with and dissolves excess sebum, which is why it is so highly recommended for acne prone skin.

sweet almond oil (prunus amygdalus)

Probably due in large part to its antioxidative properties, sweet almond oil is known for protecting skin against UV radiation damage and keeping skin soft and supple.

aromatherapy oils​

Essential oils have antibacterial, anti-fungal, and antiviral properties, and are minuscule in molecular size, which means they are absorbed well by the skin.

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Clary Sage:

Calming & Soothing to the skin

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Petitgrain:

Maintains the moisture & oil balance of the skin.

 

Lime:

Improves rough, dry areas,

& brightens tired skin.

 

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