Camelot Cattle Company

Bath and Body Products Ingredient Information
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We use the finest quality oils, unrefined nut butters, natural botanicals and natural clays along with our fresh, creamy goat milk in our handmade soaps. Our soaps all include grapefruit seed extract which is a potent antioxidant that not only extends our soap's shelf life but also has wonderful benefits for your skin. We use no preservatives, whiteners, artificial colorants, fillers, emulsifiers, or hardeners in any of our products. Below you will find information on the ingredients we use in all our products but this is by no means exhaustive. This is merely a brief introduction into the plethora of health benefits of these wonderful natural raw ingredients in our products.

Why Goat’s Milk Soap?
Your skin absorbs the products you apply...many soaps contain petroleum products, esters, alcohols, low grade oils, waxes, fillers, detergents and preservatives. Your skin absorbs these chemicals. So, you can choose to add toxins to your body through the products you apply to your skin. Or you can nourish and moisturize your body by using products full of proteins, vitamins, and minerals that benefit your body.

Goat’s milk has many benefits for your skin... 

Goat’s milk is one of the oldest and best known skin softeners. It is called "Nature's Liposomes" by cosmetic chemists as it contains naturally occurring alpha-hydroxyl acids, proteins, minerals and high levels of Vitamins A, C, B1, B12, and E which help slow the effects of aging. Zinc contained in Goat’s Milk helps reconstruct collagen, encouraging moisture retention and elasticity. Goat's milk contains lactic acid which exfoliates dead skin cells. Goat’s Milk also helps the skin maintain a healthy PH level; making our soaps and skin care products nourishing, gentle and very moisturizing. There's a reason that Cleopatra, Queen of the Nile, regularly soaked in milk baths and was known for her stunning beauty! 

Some of our soaps include tea as well which adds its own benefits…

Tea is anti-bacterial and possesses antioxidants that are good for cellular health and reduce damage to the skin. Soaps that utilize tea as an ingredient will have the benefit of not only cleaning but protecting your skin. Tea also has an inhibitory action on collagenase - an enzymatic reaction where the collagen is broken down resulting in more firm and elastic skin. The flavonoids act as an astringent. Tea has even been found to act beneficially against skin cancer cells. Applying it to your skin on a daily basis by way of tea soap can increase your skin's protection against skin cancer.  

Some of our soaps contain beer. Before you judge, check out these benefits… 

Beer soap does not smell like beer but instead picks up the aromas of the hops, grains, malt, and extracts used in making the beer. Since beer is primarily hops, the properties and benefits of this herb become part of the soap. Hops are known to sooth irritated skin and contain skin softening amino acids. Takes relaxing to a whole different level! Our beer soap creates lots of creamy, foamy bubbles and is great for your skin. It is so moisturizing that many find it works for washing their hair as well!

Some of our best sellers contain coffee and of course, so do our coffee scrubs and butters. Coffee provides seemingly endless benefits... 

Coffee is usually associated with waking people up in the morning, but it can also perk up your skin. The caffeine in coffee has a number of benefits for your skin, from treating redness and inflammation, to reducing the appearance of under-eye circles, to getting rid of cellulite and preventing premature aging. By incorporating caffeine into your skin care routine, you can reveal evenly toned, smooth skin all over your body. Coffee is also a great deodorizer and the grounds are good at working into the fine skin indentations of the hands to aid removal of smells from preparing food such as garlic and onions. Coffee bars are also great for cleaning your hands if you've been doing any dirty or messy jobs such as gardening or working on car engines. When coffee grounds are included they provide exfoliation that leaves behind clean, silky smooth skin.

Just a few more Coffee Benefits:

1. Antioxidants. Your body is a war zone between two types of molecule: free radicals (the bad guys, causing havoc wherever they roam) and antioxidants, fighting the good fight on your behalf. A well-balanced intake of antioxidants will bolster your natural defenses against diseases and body disorders such as age-related complaints.  Coffee is a rich source of antioxidants. 

2. Anti-inflammatory. One thing antioxidants excel at is reducing inflammation. You know the unsightly puffiness that develop under your eyes? It's due to inflamed skin  - and coffee can help, because of those anti-inflammatory antioxidants. It has also been suggested that coffee can lighten and brighten skin and reduce redness. Dark under-eye circles? These can be caused by a number of factors, including dehydration, allergies, lack of sleep or genetics. Although caffeine cannot completely erase hereditary dark circles, applying caffeine under your eyes will reduce the puffiness and inflammation associated with dark circles. Additionally, caffeine reduces the build-up of blood under your eyes which contributes to dark shadows. What's the science behind these claims? In a 1981 study performed at the Seoul National University, researchers found that caffeine is able to reduce inflammation almost as well as aspirin in rats; in a 1978 performed at the University of Tennessee, researchers found that adding caffeine to anti-inflammatory creams significantly increased their effectiveness. Overall, use of skin care products containing caffeine will reduce and prevent inflammation and redness, leaving you with a beautiful, even skin tone.

3. Dehydration. Staying with those puffy eyes - caffeine mildly dehydrates you. Skin gets puffy because of an excess of moisture - and it appears that coffee can draw that excess liquid out of your skin, leaving it smoother and firmer. 

4. Basal cell carcinoma. Now for the biggie: there is good evidence pointing to a correlation between caffeine and occurrences of basal cell carcinoma, the most common form of skin cancer. This is not to say that you should be replacing your favorite sunscreen with a handful of wet grounds - because it doesn't appear to do anything for squamous cell carcinoma and melanoma. Consider coffee just another part of your sunscreen routine, not a replacement for it.

5. Gets Rid of Cellulite. Caffeine can also reduce the appearance of cellulite. In a 2008 study performed at the University of São Paulo, researchers found that an application of skin cream containing caffeine to cellulite reduced the size of cellulite fat cells by 17 percent. In addition, a 2007 study performed at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro found that caffeine cream applied to cellulite decreased the hip's diameter in almost 70 percent of participants. A number of anti-cellulite creams have been developed using caffeine to reduce the appearance of cellulite, or you can take advantage of the power of caffeine by using our coffee soaps and scrubs!

More of the all natural ingredients that we use in our products:

Aloe Vera has been used for a host of purposes since the ancient Egyptians called it the “plant of immortality.” Since then, its uses have become more targeted and medicinal, and it's one of the leading therapies for sunburns. Aloe Vera nourishes, moisturizes, softens, heals, and soothes. Various studies have been conducted to examine the benefits of the aloe vera plant and it was found out that aloe vera has several properties that are effective in treating a variety of skin conditions, from flaky or dry skin, cosmetic ailments, hair and scalp problems to many more. It is also said to be useful in treating wounds and burns, minor skin infections, cysts, diabetes, and elevated blood lipids in humans, and shows some promise in treating more serious and persistent conditions such as eczema, genital herpes, dandruff, psoriasis, canker sores, skin ulcers and others, according to the Mayo Clinic. Some more of the benefits of Aloe Vera:

1. It treats sunburn. Aloe Vera helps with sunburn through its powerful healing activity at the epithelial level of the skin, a layer of cells that cover the body. It acts as a protective layer on the skin and helps replenish its moisture. Because of its nutritional qualities and antioxidant properties, the skin heals quicker.

 2. It acts as a moisturizer. Aloe moisturizes the skin without giving it a greasy feel, so it`s perfect for anyone with an oily skin complexion. 

3. It treats acne. Aloe vera gel contains Auxin and Gibberellins which provide wound healing and anti-inflammatory properties that reduce skin inflammation. Giberellin in aloe vera stimulates the growth of new cells. It allows the skin to heal quickly and naturally with minimal scarring.  Aloe is soothing and can reduce skin inflammations, blistering and itchiness, while helping the skin to heal more rapidly. Additionally, in Ayurvedic medicine, Aloe is used to effectively heal chronic skin problems, such as psoriasis, acne and eczema.

 4. It fights aging. As we age, everyone begins to worry about the appearance of fine lines and the loss of elasticity in their skin. Aloe leaves contain a plethora of antioxidants including, beta carotene, vitamin C and E that can help improve the skin's natural firmness and keep the skin hydrated.

5. It lessens the visibility of stretch marks.The skin is like one big piece of elastic that will expand and contract as needed to accommodate growth. But if the skin stretches too far, too fast (due to pregnancy, rapid weight gain or loss) the elasticity of the skin can be damaged. That’s what leaves those unsightly stretch marks. These marks appear due to minor tears in the layers of the skin caused by sudden and excessive stretching. Aloe vera gel can help hide these stretch marks by healing these wounds.

 6. It's nutrient rich. Aloe Vera contains over 75 different nutrients including vitamins, minerals, enzymes, sugars, anthraquinones or phenolic compounds, lignin, saponins, sterols, amino acids and salicylic acid. 

Avocado Oil is extracted from the avocado fruit and is categorized as a natural vegetable oil. It is known for its skin rejuvenation properties, making it a very popular ingredient in many cosmetic products and a well loved home remedy. Shares many of the same properties and benefits as avocado butter listed below.

Avocado Butter is a natural extract of avocado and is rich in vitamins A, C, D, and E, unsaturated fatty acids, and lecithin, all of which are beneficial to your general health and essential for the skin. It is excellent for dry, peeling, and cracked skin, and hydrates all skin types. It is also said to help to reduce the appearance of age spots on the skin. It is frequently added to sun lotions since it can help to protect the skin from the effect of UV radiation in the sun's rays. This quality is likely due to the antioxidant effects of Vitamins A and E, as well as avocado's emollient effect on your skin. Avocado butter leaves your skin soft and supple and effectively soothes the skin while protecting it from the harmful UV rays of the sun. More of the benefits are:

1. Reduces Marks And Wrinkles--Avocado works well for wrinkles and age spots. When applied with cocoa butter, it helps in lightening scars and spots and gives you a radiant skin tone.

2. Cure For Bright ’s Disease And Psoriasis--useful in curing Bright’s disease. The oil extracted from this fruit is highly beneficial in the treatment of psoriasis. It gradually removes the scales on the skin. It also helps in the treatment of periodontal disease.

3. Hydrates And Lightens The Skin Tone--effectively hydrates dry skin and reduces fine lines on the skin. It also offers instant radiance to the skin. This fruit is used in various cosmetic products, such as moisturizers and cleansers. It also controls the itchiness caused by dry skin to a great extent.

4. Reduces And Prevents Wrinkles--protects the skin from toxins that cause premature ageing on the skin. It also helps in reducing the age spots on the skin, when applied directly on the skin.

5. Best Sunscreen--helps in protecting your skin from the UVA and UVB harmful rays of the sun. It is also a remedy for removing sunburns and eczema from the skin. It protects the skin from future damage.

6. Antioxidants For Healthy Skin--contains antioxidants that help in protecting your skin from damage. It improves your skin’s complexion and density. Medical and skincare experts especially recommend to those struggling with dull, lackluster skin. It is also a great natural remedy to relieve dry skin.

7. Clears Skin--They also remove dead skin cells effectively from the skin. It deeply penetrates into the skin to restore the nutrients. It also helps in increasing the blood circulation in the skin, which is essential for the skin. The glutamine amino acid present in avocados cleanses your skin and offers it enough protection against harsh environmental factors.

8. Prevents Breakouts--effectively controls acne or breakouts in the skin. It keeps the skin supple and glowing.

9. Fats And Vitamins--protects the skin from the bad effects of pollution. It also supplies fats to the skin, which keep the skin healthy. It helps in maintaining water in the skin, which helps in making the skin radiant and glowing.

10. Nourishes Skin--easily absorbable and, thus, penetrates deep into your skin, leaving it well-cleansed, nourished and baby-soft. This helps accelerate the new cell generation and also helps promote the circulation in the body and the skin.

Baking Soda--is a natural substance that is alkaline and has antibacterial, antifungal, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. It deodorizes, relieves sunburn, improves complexion, fights acne.

Castor oil is a rich oil derived from the Ricinus communis, or castor bean. In the Netherlands, locals commonly refer to castor oil as the “wonder oil” because of its many uses. Castor oil can be applied directly to the skin or consumed in very small amounts. The benefits of castor oil are thought to be due to the oil’s unique chemical composition. Castor oil’s main ingredient is ricinoleic acid, which is credited with the oil’s many health and beauty benefits. Castor oil also contains significant amounts of linoleic and oleic acid as well as very small amounts of other fatty acids.

Cedarwood Essential Oil can be beneficial in curing sevorrhoeic eczema and reduce skin peeling, regularizing sebum production and treating infection while also reducing redness. It is antiseptic, defends against toxins and protects against tetanus germs. More benefits of Cedarwood oil:

  • Anti-inflammatory: Although the studies have mainly been done on animals, early human tests have been very positive in terms of cedarwood oil’s anti-inflammatory effects on arthritis. The inflammation of the joints and tissues that results in such debilitating pain or discomfort can be somewhat lessened by the inhalation or topical application of the oil on the skin.
  • Antispasmodic: Relieving spasms is yet another important medicinal property of Cedarwood Oil.. Nearly all types of spasms and related ailments can be relieved using this oil. This includes spasms that affect the respiratory system, intestines, muscles, heart and nerves. People that have trouble sleeping due to restless leg syndrome, respiratory seizures, asthma, and other spasmodic conditions also find relief from the soothing properties of cedarwood oil.
  • Astringent: As an astringent, Cedarwood Oil tightens loose muscles and gives a feeling of firmness, fitness and youth. As an astringent, cedarwood oil is also a useful tool for protecting the skin from toxins and bacteria. 
  • Insecticide: Cedarwood oil has been in use as a mosquito and insect repellant for a long time. 
  • Sedative: Its popular use as a sedative might be the most unexpected and valuable aspect of Cedarwood oil’s medicinal properties. It is an excellent sedative, and has a great soothing and calming effect on the mind, cures inflammations, itching of skin, while relieving tension and anxiety. This feature also helps in promoting healthy, restorative, and uninterrupted sleep, so it is often used by patients suffering from insomnia. Just the scent of Cedarwood can induce the release of serotonin, which is converted into melatonin in the brain. Melatonin induces fatigue and calm, restorative sleep. For this reason, cedarwood aromatherapy is also recommended for people with chronic anxiety, stress, and depression, since it can relieve those conditions as well. 
  • Fungicide: Cedarwood Oil has good fungicidal properties and may be employed to cure fungal infections, both external and internal. Specific studies have shown the inhalation of cedarwood oil to protect the body against various types of food poisoning, as well as plant, animal, and human fungal pathogens!
  • Other Benefits: Cedarwood oil is equally beneficial in curing acne, arthritis, bronchitis, cystitis, dandruff, dermatitis, stress, kidney disorders and as a treatment against oily skin.
Cinnamon The health benefits of cinnamon can be attributed to its antibacterial, anti-fungal, antimicrobial, astringent and anti-clotting properties. The spice is rich in essential minerals such as manganese, iron and calcium, while also having a high content of fiber. Its health benefits include the following:

  • Brain Function: Cinnamon boosts the activity of the brain and makes it a good brain tonic. It helps to remove nervous tension and memory loss. Research at the Wheeling Jesuit University in the United States has proved that the scent of the spice has the ability to boost brain activity. The team of researchers, led by Dr. P. Zoladz, found that people who were given cinnamon improved their scores on cognitive activities such as attention span, virtual recognition memory, working memory, and visual-motor response speed.
  • Blood purification and circulation: Cinnamon can also help to remove blood impurities. This also makes it a great treatment for pimples. Good circulation ensures oxygen supply to the body's cells which leads to higher metabolic activity and reduces pain.
  • Pain Relief: Cinnamon is also an anti-inflammatory substance, so it helps in removing stiffness of the muscles and joints. It is also recommended for arthritis, and it is known to help in removing headaches that are caused by colds.
  • Infections: Due to its antifungal, antibacterial, antiviral and antiseptic properties, it is effective for treating external as well as internal infections. It helps in destroying germs in the gall bladder and the bacteria present in staph infections.
  • Healing: It acts as a coagulant and facilitates the healing process.
  • Other benefits: Cinnamon is a coagulant and facilitates the healing process. Cinnamon is an aphrodisiac and also enhances the effectiveness of other herbs and essential oils. It is also a great mosquito repellent. The Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (a renowned scientific journal) has reported on that research, which had been conducted at the National Taiwan University. Apart from the leaves of cinnamon, its bark is also a good source of cinnamaldehyde, which is an active mosquito killing agent. 

Clove Essential Oil--Spicy clove oil is one of the main ingredients in Tiger Balm, an all-natural remedy said to temper hangover headaches and soothe aching muscles and joints. Clove oil is also antiseptic, so it can treat bug bites, cuts, and scrapes; other suggested treatments help clear up earaches, digestion problems, nasal congestion, stomachaches, and headaches. As an added bonus, it's an aphrodisiac — and therefore a popular form of stress relief.

Cloves (ground) are also well known for their health benefits and have been traditionally used as a component in preparing remedies for many diseases. Some of the benefits are listed under Clove Essential Oil (above).

Cocoa Butter is known for it's anti-aging properties and is a wonderful, natural moisturizer rich in fatty acids, including oleic acid, palmitic acid, and stearic acid, that provide a layer of protection from skin stressors and free radicals. This helps to slow the process of aging while acting as a mild sunscreen. By reducing the occurrence of oxidative stress, cocoa butter can help reduce the signs of aging, including wrinkles and age spots. Research has also shown cocoa butter to reduce the appearance of scars on the skin, even skin tone, and help to boost overall skin health. The antioxidant qualities of cocoa butter certainly take care of most signs of aging, but cocoa butter also provides a barrier for the skin that will protect it from outside agents as well. The antioxidants and beneficial organic molecules protect the skin from environmental, internal, and external forces that can cause irritation or damage to the skin. The rich blend of fatty acids and antioxidants in cocoa butter make it an ideal choice for people who want to reduce inflammation of the skin. It is a natural healer for those with sensitive skin or skin irritations such as eczema and dermatitis. Whether you apply cocoa butter to psoriasis, eczema, rashes, or other types on inflammation on the body, you can find quick, soothing relief. Cocoa butter has been used for thousands of years in lotions, soaps, and skin care items (and, of course, chocolate!). The benefits of cocoa butter for preventing stretch marks during pregnancy are well-known. Also, cocoa butter contains cocoa mass polyphenol or CMP. CMP has positive effects on cholesterol, blood pressure, cancer cells, heart disease, arthritis, fibromyalgia and chronic fatique syndrome. The use of cocoa butter boosts the immune system and promotes a feeling of well-being.

Coconut oil benefits include health care, hair and skin care, medicinal, dental care, building bone strength and aiding proper digestion. The presence of lauric acid, caprylic and capric acid makes coconut oil extremely useful. In addition it is an antioxidant, antimicrobial, antibacterial, and has soothing properties too. It is helpful in hair growth, digestion, weight loss, healing bruises, and fighting bacterial, fungal, and viral infections.

Coffee Butter is highly moisturizing, helps to soothe and repair irritated, red and dry skin, and helps to protect the skin from harsh weather. Coffee Butter also has anti-aging properties. It is rich in Chlorogenic Acid which is a powerful anti-oxidant that provides free radical scavenging properties. The phytosterol content of Coffee Butter also gives it anti-inflammatory action which can ease skin redness or swelling. 

Epsom Salt is not actually salt but a naturally occurring pure mineral compound of magnesium and sulfate. Magnesium and sulfate are both readily absorbed through the skin, making Epsom salt baths an easy and ideal way to enjoy the associated health benefits. Magnesium plays a number of roles in the body including regulating the activity of over 325 enzymes, reducing inflammation, helping muscle and nerve function, and helping to prevent artery hardening. A lot of people are magnesium deficient, which can be to blame for a number of maladies including heart disease, stroke, osteoporosis, arthritis and joint pain, digestive problems, and chronic fatigue. Sulfates help improve the absorption of nutrients, flush toxins, and help ease migraine headaches. The wonders of Epsom salt have been well known for hundreds of years and has beneficial properties that can soothe the body, mind, and soul. Some of the countless health benefits include relaxing the nervous system, curing skin problems, soothing back pain and aching limbs, easing muscle strain, healing cuts, treating colds and congestion, and drawing toxins from the body. 

Dendritic salt--A purified form of normal table salt, Dendritic salt has more surface area and is therefore more capable of absorbing essential oils which ensures that our products retain their therapeutic benefits for a longer time.

Lavender Essential Oil--Soothing and relaxing, lavender is a go-to oil for almost any situation. It's a virtual first aid kit in a bottle. The antibacterial properties allow it to fight germs, and, like peppermint, it's often credited with aiding digestion and helping fight headaches. It is also anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, and anti-fungal. Lavender oil's soft scent is said to help calm the nervous system, improve sleep quality, combat joint pain, and fight everything from urinary disorders and respiratory problems to high blood pressure and acne.

Lemon essential oil is antiseptic and inhibits viral and bacterial growth. A good remedy for increasing the luster of dull skin, lemon oil is astringent and detoxifying in nature, and rejuvenates sagging or tired-looking skin. Its antiseptic properties help in treating pimples and various skin disorders. Lemon oil is also recommended for reducing excessive oil on the skin and improves circulation. Lemon oil is calming in nature and therefore helps in removing mental fatigue, exhaustion, dizziness, anxiety, nervousness and nervous tension. It has the ability to refresh the mind by creating a positive mindset and removing negative emotions. It is also believed that inhaling lemon oil helps in increasing concentration and alertness. Lemon oil can clear the nasal passages and sinuses, promoting good air flow and steady breathing and can also help people with insomnia.

Lemongrass Essential Oil The health benefits of Lemongrass Essential Oil can be attributed to its many beneficial properties listed here: 

  • Analgesic: Reduces pain and inflammation. Lemongrass Essential Oil helps relieve pain in muscles and joints, as well as headaches.
  • Antidepressant: Lemongrass Oil boosts self esteem, confidence, hope and mental strength, and it uplifts spirits and fights depression and anxiety. 
  • Antimicrobial and Antibacterial: Lemongrass has antimicrobial properties which makes it an inhibitor of microbial and bacterial growth. 
  • Antiseptic: The antiseptic properties of Lemongrass Oil protect against infectious agents without the downfalls of common alcohol based products.
  • Astringent: An astringent helps minimize and close pores and removes grime and excess oil from the skin.
  • Deodorant: Effective at preventing body odor due to bacterial breakdown of perspiration.
  • Fungicidal: Lemongrass Oil has good fungicidal properties.
  • Insecticidal: Lemongrass is quite popular as an insect repellant due to its insecticidal properties.
  • Sedative: It has a great soothing, sedating and calming effects on mind, cures inflammations, itching of skin and it relieves tension and anxiety. This feature can help insomnia as well.
  • Other Benefits: Lemongrass essential oil helps to cure cellulite, fungal infections and digestive problems.

Mango Butter is extracted from the kernels of the Mango tree which typically grow in the tropics, where they grow into very large trees. It is highly emollient, softening and soothing to the skin. Mango butter has protective effects against UV radiation and also helps treat skin rash, eczema, insect bites, and poison ivy. Mango butter can help protect and heal skin from the damage caused by sunburn and frostbite. More of it's properties are: 

  • Skin softening, soothing & moisturizing properties. 
  • helps to combat dry skin, eczema and dermatitis. 
  • Helpful in protecting the skin from the weather and UV radiation. 
  • Effective at reducing fine lines and wrinkles. 
  • Reported to benefit frost bite, sunburn, insect bites, rashes and stretch marks. 
  • Contains anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-ageing properties. 
  • Non-greasy and absorbs easily into the skin. 

Olive oil is one of nature's best remedies. Olive oil is one of the few oils that offer complete beauty solutions. Not only is olive oil great for hair and skin care, it is also great for health. Olive oil has the same healthy fats as avocado, and plumps and moisturizes the skin with a combination of vitamin E and vitamin A. Dry, itchy and inflamed skin is usually the sign of skin irritations, such as eczema and psoriasis and olive oil is a popular moisturizer to relieve these symptoms. Olive oil can also fight effects of aging from free radicals, sun and pollution which can all take a toll on your skin. A study performed by dermatologist Leslie Baumann and published in a 2007 issue of "The Journal of Pathology" found that vitamin E was successful in fighting free radicals, photo aging and damage to maintain younger looking skin.

Orange Essential Oil 

Peppermint Essential Oil--The bright scent of peppermint does more than freshen your breath: It is also used to soothe nausea and other stomach issues, help stop itching, and cool overworked muscles (thanks to the menthol). It can fight congestion, or soothe sore muscles. And that’s not all: Peppermint is a key ingredient in oil mixtures that fight PMS, act as an all-natural alternative to VapoRub, cool sore throats, and quiet headaches — and it’s often credited with increasing concentration, so ideal for a mid-afternoon alternative to coffee pick-me-up.

Shea butter is extraordinary for skin care and an amazing body healer because of its richness in precious constituents, which include unsaturated fats with a large proportion of "unsaponifiables" components, essential fatty acids, phytosterols, vitamin E and D, provitamin A and allantoin. All these are natural and make Shea butter a superfood for your skin (and hair), but that is not all it can do for you because it is:

  • Wrinkles, fine lines and scars repairing
  • Antioxidant
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Deeply moisturizing
  • Stimulating for the superficial microcirculation
  • Skin strengthening
  • Skin protecting
  • UV protecting
  • Skin regenerating
  • Collagen production stimulating (makes the skin stronger, more supple and younger)
  • Minor cuts and burns healing
  • Muscle ache healing
  • Physical endurance enhancer
Sunflower Seed oils nutritious composition makes it one of the healthiest oils for consumption as well as application on the skin and the hair. The main component of sunflower oil is linoleic acid. Its other components include oleic acid and palmitic acid. In addition to these, it contains lecithin, carotenoids, tocopherols and appreciable quantities of vitamins A, D and E.

Tea Tree Essential Oil--antiseptic and antibacterial


Ground Cinnamon--warming and exfoliating, reduces irritability, refreshes, relaxes

Ginger--Relieves stress, refreshes

Rosemary and Lavender EO and leaves--curbs stress and anxiety, relaxes

Plantain (blended with water and strained)--healing, soothing, moisturizing

Ground Oatmeal--exfoliant, good for dry/itchy skin