A creamy fat extracted from shea tree nuts. Full of fatty acids, shea butter works to soften the skin, reduce inflammation, and create a barrier to seal in moisture.
Oil extracted from dried coconut kernels or raw coconuts. This oil is full of fatty acids that have antimicrobial properties that protect your skin. It’s anti-inflammatory properties have been shown to help treat skin conditions like eczema and rashes.
Derived from the nut of the Jojoba plant, a perennial that is native to North America. This oil is believed to be a remedy for skin conditions such as acne and dryness because it has moisturizing and anti-bacterial properties, is full of antioxidants, and is hypoallergenic.
A shrub with roots and leaves that have been used medicinally in many parts of the world. This plant contains allantoin, a substance that promotes new skin cell growth and protective film over skin cells. It also helps to soften the skin, keep it hydrated, and allow dead skin cells to shed more easily.
An evergreen tree native to Australia that is known for its medicinal properties. Eucalyptus leaves can help moisturize skin by increasing the skin’s natural Ceramides (a type of fatty acid) that helps it retain moisture.
A chlorophyll-dominate freshwater algae. This algae is believed to improve skin tone, restore collagen production, reduce inflammation, and protect against aging due to its content of amino acids and vitamins.
Derived from the wood of sandalwood trees. This essential oil is believed to help reduce stress, offer emotional grounding, and hydrate the skin due to effects on the limbic system, which helps stimulate the brain’s emotional response.
Derived from a variety of peppermint herb plants. It’s believed that peppermint oil can heal and strengthen the skin. Due to its cooling properties, it can help soothe irritation and puffiness.
A naturally occurring compound found in the hemp plant. This popular, non-psychoactive compound is believed to help relieve chronic pain and inflammation by working on the body’s endocannabinoid system, tissues, and cells to regulate pain, inflammation, and immune response systems.
A naturally occurring compound found in the hemp plant. This non-psychoactive compound is believed to help reduce inflammation by working on the body’s endocannabinoid system to regulate pain and immune response systems and may have neuroprotective properties.