The healing qualities and wisdom of plants.
Goji Berry (Anti-aging super star)
Goji Berry Oil is known as the fountain of youth. An anti-aging superstar, it is naturally high in antioxidants, essential fatty acids, vitamins, amino acids and trace minerals. These berries contain over 19 amino acids (like tryptophan that builds serotonin and phenylalanine that keeps your adrenals happy). Goji Berries also contain vitamins B1, B2, B6 and vitamins E. Goji berries are filled with trace minerals such as selenium, phosphorus, calcium, zinc, iron and copper since Goji Berry Oil contains powerful antioxidants, it helps guard the skin from free radical damage and resist signs of aging.
Maqui Berry (Antioxidant genie)
The Maqui Berry is known as the Patagonia Superfruit. It contains the highest level of antioxidants amongst all fruits. Maqui berries are an excellent source of vitamin C, calcium, potassium, and iron, making it a super skinfood! It will target free radicals that can wreak havoc on skin cells. The antioxidants and phytochemicals in maqui berries neutralize DNA-damaging free radicals and protect from cell disintegration which cause the skin to look younger for longer.
Acai Oil (The very berry booster)
One of the main skin benefits of acai berries is the antioxidants which are known to be an aging beauty's partner in crime. It's rich in vitamins A, B, C, and E, so it's going to revive your skin, heal damaged skin cells, and restore moisture.
Aronia Berry (The little superberry that packs a punch)
They are a tinier version of the well known blueberry and are packed with polyphenols—more than acai, and more than blueberries. They help reduce inflammation, minimize acne and wrinkles, and increase circulation promoting younger looking skin and a glowing complexion. Aronia berries contain an enormous amount of Vitamin C antioxidant, flavonoid, rich in vitamin B2, B6, Vitamin P (Flavonoids) and many minerals. They are really a superfruit!
Blueberry Seed Oil (The antioxidant scavenger)
Blueberry Seed Oil is rich in essential fatty acids and phytonutrients. It is also one of nature's most potent antioxidants. Research shows that blueberry seed oil possesses significant radical scavenging properties.
Raspberry Seed Oil (The conditioning queen)
We use the cold pressed version which is extraordinarily high in Omega-3 and Omega 6 fatty acids and a superb anti-oxidant. It contains 83% essential fatty acids and high levels of Vitamin E that are known to give it an important role in skin repair and conditioning. Raspberry seed oil is emollient, lubricating, conditioning and creates a lipid barrier providing protection to the skin while providing moisture retention. Its anti-inflammatory properties are greater than those of better known oils such as virgin Avocado Oil, Grapeseed Oil and Wheat Germ Oil.
Blackberry Seed Oil (Uniquely effective)
Cold Pressed from blackberry seeds it is high in Vitamin C which is a powerful antioxidant and also a natural source of tocopherols, locotriencols and lutein. Since it is naturally rich in vitamin C, it can help combat wrinkles, blotches and blemishes. Blackberry seed oil’s unique combination of antioxidants and essential fatty acids makes it a wonderful addition to skincare.
Cranberry (A bit of it all)
Cranberry is is rich in Vitamin A, phytosterols, and phospholipids. It is significantly high in vitamin E, especially tocotrienols and tocopherols. It possesses a unique balance of Omega-3, 6, and 9 essential fatty acids that aids in evening skin tone and reducing wrinkles.
Rosehip (Super berry)
Anti-aging and photo-aging Rosehip offers several benefits due to its primary constituents: essential fatty acids, vitamin E, vitamin C and B-carotene, a form of Vitamin A. Antioxidant rich, it penetrates into deeper layers of skin and stimulates collagen production for youthful looking skin. Essential fatty acids provide deep hydration, soothe stretch marks, age spots, hyperpigmentation and scars. Smoothes fine lines, evens-up skin tone, gives healthy glow.
Pomegranate (Glow show)
Pomegranate seed oil contains a unique polyunsaturated oil called “punicic acid”, an omega 5 fatty acid, which has strong anti-inflammatory properties. The oil fends off free radicals to keep skin ageing at bay, making it more firm, glowing and resistant to aging. It also provides protection against sun damage.
Cacao (Cocoa) Butter (The healer)
it’s a wonderful natural skin care ingredient due to it’s healing and regenerating properties, and its ability to improve skin health, repair cells and prevent signs of aging. Cacao butter is high in fatty acids and antioxidants which help fight off free radicals that cause skin aging, dark patches, and dull skin. Enriched with minerals and vitamins like Vitamin C, magnesium and omega 6 fatty acids, cacao promotes blood flow and increases cellular healing to develop a youthful glow.
Coconut Oil (The wonderful nut)
Coconut oil is a great skin softener and helps you do away with dry and hard skin conditions. It is naturally antibacterial, antifungal, moisturizing and, according to research, great for atopic dermatitis. It will work to get rid of flaking skin, soften and shrink wrinkles, protect against sun damage, keep tans longer and act as an antioxidant to prevent cellular aging. And these are just a few of its benefits!
Spirulina (The magic Algae)
Spirulina microalgae is the oldest life form on earth, containing 60% Protein, all essential amino acids, a spectrum of natural chlorophylls including Phycocianin and Beta-Carotene, iron, zinc, magnesium, vitamins and minerals that do wonders to the body's well-being. Naturally found in volcanic soda lakes and rivers, Spirulina has been cultivated for thousands of years by the Aztecs, who used it to cleanse the body and maintain a strong immune system in the harsh desert environment. It is no wonder then that our best-selling moisturizer is the spirulina hydrator, which effectively treats and optimizes any skin condition.
Matcha Green Tea (The gentle giant)
Green tea has long been touted as a potent yet gentle antioxidant that's suitable for all skin types (making it a great alternative to potentially sensitive-skin-irritating Vitamin C). Green tea is also thought to have effective anti-inflammatory properties making it a strong new favorite in natural skin care. We are crazy about it!
Tamanu (Emerald royal skin reviver)
Emerald green tamanu oil contains a dense array of powerful antioxidant essential fatty acids and is indispensable for promoting the vibrancy of the skin. Grown in mineral-rich volcanic soil of Polynesia, it is equipped to soothe acne, scarring, eczema, age spots and wrinkles.
Turmeric (The golden goddess)
Turmeric is gaining the reputation to be the single most important herb for many health, skin and dietary needs. It has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and anti-aging properties that can treat cellular health, acne and scaring. Offers calming, antioxidative, detoxifying and anti-carcinogenic characteristics.
Sea buckthorn (The repairer)
A true skin superfruit that is loaded with antioxidants and Vitamin C and E. This marvelous oil has copious amounts of Phytosterol, Beta-Carotene, Anti-Oxidants, and Carotenoid which helps to substantiate its relatively high success rate as a skin repairing and conditioning oil. It will stimulate collagen, combat dryness, reverse the effects of aging, the length of facial lines and the depth of wrinkles.
Macadamia (Richly divine skin moisturizer)
This nut is so rich and delicious when eaten, imagine the effects it can have on the skin when applied topically. Potent with regenerating oleic acid, hydration-boosting linoleic fatty acid, dry skin-aid palmitoleic acid, cortisone-like protective phytosterols and near-identical human sebum profile making an ideal skin care ingredient. We love it!
Argan (Moroccan miracle mama)
Argan oil is most commonly used as a skin moisturiser to hydrate and soften skin. With its high vitamin E and fatty acid content, argan oil is the ideal product to give skin a natural boost. It absorbs easily and is non-greasy and non-irritating, which makes it a great natural moisturiser and life giver.
Hemp (Healthy and Happy)
Hemp oil contains a number of fatty acids which are very healthy for your skin. These fatty acids nourish and moisturize dry, chapped skin. The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties may protect against the aging process while soothing and decreasing skin dryness and irritation. It prevents skin disorders like psoriasis, eczema and acne.
Carrot (The antioxidizer)
I love this oil for its antioxidant potency and the glow it gives to the skin when applied to face creams. It will help to repair damaged skin tissue, address skin discoloration, improve complexion, tone and add elasticity to skin.
Aloe Vera (The immortal one)
The Egyptians called it the plant of immortality and has been used medicinally for centuries by many cultures.
Considered to be a miracle pant for internal use but also for the skin. It consists of 75 nutrients, 20 minerals, 12 vitamins (e.g. vitamin A, B1, B2, B6, B12, C, E, folic acid, niacin), 18 amino acids and 200 active enzymes. Aids in skin glow, soothes acne and sensitivity or skin inflammations, improves firmness, lightens the skin, treats sunburn and of course moisturizes and combats aging. Giberellin in aloe vera acts as a growth hormone stimulating the growth of new cells. It allows the skin to heal quickly and naturally with minimal scarring.
Geranium (The Rose’s twin)
Geranium oil is often compared to the rose essential oil because they share almost the same therapeutic traits.
It oxygenates facial skin especially where there are broken capillaries and veins. It balances the production of sebum, while keeping it supple and works well to clear congested skin as well as balance oily and mature skin. Geranium oil also functions to reduce pain and inflammation and its antiseptic properties can help speed up the healing of wounds and treat a variety of skin problems, including eczema.
Frankincense Essential Oil (The exotic one)
Frankincense helps to maintain radiant skin and has the ability to smooth the look and feel of the skin. It is also a natural toner, decreasing the appearance of pores and evening skin-tone. It has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects to the skin, making it ideal for acne-prone and sensitive skin. It is cytophylactic, which means that it helps protect existing cells and encourage new cell growth. It helps to reduce wrinkles, tighten skin, and reduce the appearance of scars while soothing chapped, dry skin.
Evening Primrose (Skin health remedy)
Evening primrose oil is considered a great remedy to cure eczema and many other skin-related problems. GLA and fatty acid content in this oil is essential for skin health. The oil extracted from evening primrose seeds and is very gentle and is great when used as moisturizer to keep dry areas hydrated.
Meadowfoam Seed Oil (The versatile carrier)
This oil is rich in vitamin E and fatty acids and thus it offers antioxidant properties, while containing the ability to enhance product functionality by acting as a carrier in multiple applications.