Argan

Avocado

Calendula

Carrot Seed

Chamomile

Chia Seed

Geranium

Hazelnut

Helichrysum

Jasmine

Macadamia

Mango

Myrrh

Neem

Neroli

Oats

Pomegranate

Prickly Pear

Sacha Inchi

Ylang Ylang

Argan

Argan oil is produced from the seed of the fruit of the Argan tree, native to Morocco.  Use of the oil for skin and hair dates back to the 16th Century.  The high content of Vitamin E, Omega 6 fatty acids, and antioxidants all help your skin maintain a soft, youthful appearance.

Avocado

A nutrient-rich oil that deeply nourishes and moisturizes skin. In addition to vitamin E, avocado oil contains potassium, lecithin, and many fatty acids that can support healing and soothe the skin, reduce signs of aging  and help the skin to retain its elasticity.

Calendula

Coveted for centuries for the ability to help the skin feel healthy and nourished. This marigold flower has powerful antioxidant,  anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties which help to soothe and calm skin. Aside from stimulating healing, Calendula can significantly boost the appearance of your skin as well.

Carrot Seed

Rich in vitamin A (beta-carotene),  Carrot Seed Oil helps to reveal fresh skin while helping to reduce the appearance of fine lines. This oil helps to repair skin damage and tightens skin to prevent it from sagging. It also stimulates the growth of new skin, promoting a clearer, brighter, more evenly toned complexion.

Chamomile

Chamomile has been used for medicinal and cosmetic purposes since the time of the Ancient Egyptians. Chamomile is said to contain a number of nutrients including calcium, magnesium, potassium, fluoride, folate and vitamin A. It is also rich in Azulene, a naturally occurring compound, believed to assist in calming and soothing skin.

Chia Seed

Chia seed oil is full of saturated fatty acids, which are fundamental to maintaining healthy skin.
It helps to improve skin hydration, which makes it an ideal moisturizer.
Chia seed oil can help your skin fight irritation, dehydration, and even banish blemishes
 

Geranium

As early as ancient Egyptian times, Geranium has been used for its promotion of a clear,  radiant complexion. Geranium Essential Oil  helps eliminate dead cells promoting the regeneration of healthier skin diminishing the appearance of sagging and wrinkling skin. In aromatherapy, Geranium is used to reduce feelings of stress, anxiety, sadness, and tension, enhancing the general sense of well-being.

Hazelnut

Hazelnut is rich in linoleic acids which can visibly shrink the appearance of pores. Although moisturizing, as you might expect, it also has a reputation as being a great for oily skin, since it naturally helps balance oils. Natural antioxidants found in Hazelnut oil can give your skin extra protection from environmental stresses as well.

Helichrysum

Helichrysum has intense moisturizing properties which eliminate dryness and diminishes appearance of aging. Helichrysum is great for those with oily skin as well as sensitive skin. In addition to this, it can also help reduce the appearance of age spots and discoloration.

Jasmine

Jasmine helps the skin appear more radiant and healthy while replenishing moisture.
It is also used to treat dry, stressed and sensitive skins and helps to increase elasticity. Jasmine has a grounding and calming effect, and helps create feelings of relaxation.

Macadamia

Macadamia nut oil is lightweight and  well absorbed without feeling greasy.
Naturally very moisturizing, regenerating and softening on the skin. Macadamia nut oil has been shown to slow the signs of aging and improve the appearance of scars.

Mango

Mango Butter is the fat derived from the seeds contained inside the pits of the Mango fruit.  Mango Butter is high in Vitamin A, Vitamin C, and Vitamin E which nourish skin and boost its elasticity as well as its suppleness.

Myrrh

The warm rich scent of Myrrh Oil is said to supports emotional and physical well-being.  Myrrh has been used for thousands of years in  healing and religious ceremonies.  It cleans and moisturizes reducing and preventing chapping, cracking, and sagging.

Neem

Considered by the people of India to be sacred, the legendary Neem tree has come to symbolize good health and protection. Neem leaves are high in fatty acids and help to reduce redness.  Neem oil has been said to soothe dryness and inflammation in the skin.

Neroli

Neroli has been revered since ancient times for skin and spiritual health. Neroli essential oil was first used in Italy as a perfume and to scent bath water. Neroli essential oil rejuvenates and brightens the skin, creating a luminous, even skin tone.

Oats

Rich in protein and lipids, oatmeal has  emollient properties making it an excellent moisturizer. The use of oats in skincare has been documented as far back as 2000 BC. Oatmeal contains both anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties and is ideal for sensitive skin.

Pomegranate

Originating from the Persian region around 3,000 B.C., pomegranate oil was brought to the West in the 18th century. Pomegranate oil is an ultra light, and highly absorbent oil, packed with vitamins A, D, E, and K.  This wonderful oil promotes the reversal of skin damage, and provides lasting moisture without leaving a greasy residue .

Prickly Pear

With vast amounts of linoleic acid and Vitamin E, Prickly Pear seed oil helps stimulate healthy cell production and turnover, provides protection, and aids in moisture retention. It soothes, hydrates, and reduces inflammation.

Sacha Inchi

Sacha Inchi seeds are considered to be the richest plant-based source of essential fatty acids and vitamins. Sacha Inchi Oil  helps maintain elasticity, soothes and prevents inflammation, promotes softness, smoothness, and suppleness.

Ylang Ylang

The name ‘Ylang Ylang’ originates from the Philippines, meaning ‘flower of flowers’. Ylang ylang essential oil can be used on all different types of skin. Due to its moisture retention, sebum balancing, and skin rejuvenating properties, it is excellent for nourishing dry or irritated skin.