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Know The Ingredients
Shea Butter

The history of shea as a precious commodity can be traced back to Ancient Egypt. It is believed that Cleopatra used Shea Butter for her Hair and Skin.The rich butter extracted from the nut of the African shea tree is a skin superfood. The nutty butter melts in your skin and nourishes it with vitamins A, E and F. It offers UV protection (it is SPF ~6) and provides the skin with lasting hydrating experience. Shea butter is delicious an edible. Occasionally, the chocolate industry uses shea butter mixed with other oils as a substitute for cocoa butter.

Essential Oils

Essential oils and essential oil blends take you on a sensory journey that can instantly create a calming or balancing atmosphere. The next time you drive by a field of fresh peppermint or hike through a pine forest, breathe deeply—you’re experiencing the soul-soothing power of essential oils.

Essential oils have been used for thousands of years in various cultures for medicinal and health purposes. With the beautiful fragrant, they also carry the qualities and extracts of the plant.  But essential oils are more than nice scents; these powerful plant extracts are your path to the lifelong wellness.

Vegetable Oils

The earliest emollients in the history of cosmetics were the naturally occurring vegetable oils. These provided soothing and smoothing action on the skin and grooming effects on head and beard hair. Natural Vegetable Oils and Emollients are important conditioning ingredients.
Carrier oil, also known as base oil or vegetable oil, is used to dilute essential oils and absolutes before they are applied to the skin. They carry the essential oil onto the skin. There are a range of different carrier oils each with their own individual properties and suitability towards different treatments in aromatherapy. Infused oils are a combination of carrier oils and various herbs.