• Raw Shea Butter

    comes from the nut of the Shea Tree. It contains high levels of linoleic acid and oleic acid. These two acids balance each other out, which means shea butter is easily absorbed in your skin and won’t make your skin look oily after application. Shea butter contains triterpenes, these naturally-occurring chemical compounds are thought to deactivate collagen fiber destruction.

  • Cold-Pressed Grapeseed Oil

    contains high levels of vitamin E (Phenolic antioxidants), Omega-6 fatty acids and linoleic acid. Grapeseed oil has high antioxidant properties, and has shown to contribute to the reduction of damaged cells from free radicals.

  • Cold-Pressed Safflower Oil

    is composed of Oleic, Linoleic, Palmitic, Stearic, Linolenic, and Palmitoleic acids. Safflower Oil is cold-pressed from the seeds of the Carthamus tinctorius botanical, a relative of the Sunflower. Safflower Oil is ideal for hydrating dry or acne-prone skin while soothing irritation, rashes, and inflammation. It is reputed to enhance skin’s texture, appearance, and quality.

  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil

    contains the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E, and K. These vitamins are thought to be beneficial for the skin. As well, Extra Virgin Olive Oil has been used for millennia as an antibacterial agent. 

  • Cocoa Butter

    is packed with fatty acids, which is why it's often touted for its ability to hydrate and nourish the skin and improve elasticity.

  • Jojoba Oil

    is a powerhouse for your clean beauty routine. It's rich in beauty-boosting ingredients like vitamin E, vitamin B complex, copper, and zinc.

  • Vitamin E Oil

    can absorb the energy from ultraviolet (UV) light. Thus, it plays important roles in photoprotection, preventing UV-induced free radical damage to skin.

  • Peppermint

    reduces the appearance of oiliness and soothes skin with a lovely cooling effect.

  • Coconut Oil

    is one of the most readily accessible oils today. Coconut oil has a tremendous ability to smooth skin's appearance and lock in moisture.

  • Coffee

    is not just for waking you up, coffee can also be used to wake up your skin. Coffee brightens skin while providing anti-aging and anti-inflammatory benefits. 

  • Citrus

    serves as a powerful exfoliant, sloughing away dead skin & sebum, making way for cell regeneration and your moisturizer of choice. Citrus juice, like any exfoliant, should be used sparingly.

  • Ginger

    fights inflammation in your skin. Ginger extract contains multiple compounds including gingerol that reduce the biomarkers of inflammation and act as immune system modulators.

  • Rosehip

    is packed with Essential Fatty Acids Vitamins A & C that are vital for skin renewal and skin cell repair. This makes it the ultimate natural facial oil that firms the skin and smooths out fine lines and wrinkles.

  • Calendula

    has anti-inflammatory properties, soothes and calms skin, and can potentially help speed up wound healing. All skin types will benefit, but especially those who have redness, acne, or sensitive skin. 

  • Chaga Mushroom

    grows naturally in northern forest regions and has an amazing natural hyaluronic effect where the particle size is on par if not smaller than hyaluronic acid. It is believed that chaga’s benefits for skin and other tissues may be a synergistic result of many bioactive compounds working together.

  • Birch Bark Tar

    was often used as a remedy to tone skin and promote circulation throughout the body in traditional Scandinavian and North American medicine. Birch tar is often used to treat various inflammatory and purulent processes in the skin.

  • Urea

    is both a humectant-- attracting water to your skin-- and emollient-- softening and smoothing skin. We use urea in our foot rescue to soften hardened, rough and thickened skin on your feet. In a much smaller concentration, as in our body serum urea softens the skin on your face and body.

  • Geogard ECT

    is a broad spectrum preservative that will protect you against bacterial, fungal and mold proliferation in aqueous products.  It is recognized as a safe product by  Ecocert.

  • Glycerine

    is a humectant. A humectant is a substance that pulls water from the second layer of the skin and brings it to the top layer of the skin. 

  • Hyaluronic Acid

    is a humectant and is a naturally occuring substance made by our bodies (mainly in our skin and joints). Topically applied hyaluronic acid molecules can penetrate the skin when they are small enough to squeeze between the cells of your epidermis (the top layer of your skin).

  • Kaolin Clay

    is a lightweight, soft, silky mineral. Kaolin Clay is mild enough to be used daily to buff skin.

  • Kosher Salt

    is a type of sea salt which functions as an exfoliant for the skin.

  • Vitamin B5 (Panthenol)

    binds to and holds water in the skin, moisturizing and leaving it soft, smooth, and more supple. It also has anti-inflammatory properties and is important for wound healing and restoring the function of the skin barrier.

  • Vitamin B3 (Niacinamide)

    brightens and clears the skin, reducing fine lines and wrinkles.  It may also ease irritation related to general skin redness.