Our products are filled with nourishing natural ingredients:
Activated Charcoal: Binds with environmental toxins and dirt that contribute to acne. It’s also good for spot treatments.
African Black Soap: Soap is made from the ashes of plantain skin, cocoa pod and palm leaves, and palm oil from leaves or kernels. Improves skin tone, fades discoloration, deep cleansing and alleviates inflammation.
Avocado Oil: Enhances the skin’s ability to generate collagen and reduces blemishes caused by UV ray damage
Beeswax: Offers anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antiviral benefits making it helpful in treating skin irritation
Bentonite Clay: Allows cells to receive more oxygen, removes toxins from the body and heals teeth and gums
Black Seed Oil: Promotes regrowth of bald patches, conditions and softens hair, fights acne, protects against premature aging, promotes healthy gums, thickens eyelashes and SO MUCH MORE!
Calendula: used for healing scars, and it’s antiseptic properties assist in wound healing
Camphor: used for irritated and itchy skin. Great as a decongestant and effectively treats acne prone skin
Chamomile: used for teething babies, toothache, acne and boils, allergies and rashes, inflammations, dermatitis, eczema, cuts and wounds
Cocoa Butter: A great source of antioxidants, which help combat free radicals and help save your skin from the inevitable signs of aging and environmental stressors
Dead Sea Salt: 21 minerals can be found in Dead Sea salt, making it a wonderful healer. This salt can help treat sore muscles and muscle cramps, strengthen bones, aid in water retention, and provides a great detox
Dead Sea Mud: Skin ailments such as eczema, psoriasis and acne can be controlled with this mineral rich mud. Dead Sea mud is also used to reduce cellulite and to ease arthritic pain
Epsom Salt: Ease stress, soothe sore muscles and eliminate toxins from your body. Add 1-2 cups of Epsom salt to warm bath water. Add to coconut oil and use as a simple body scrub, or even use to fertilize house plants!
Eucalyptus: This essential oil is most commonly used during cold and flu season but it is also to treat dandruff, allergies, killing mold in the home and it’s antiseptic properties to treat minor cuts and wounds.
Hibiscus: This beautiful flower is well known for evening out skin tone, fighting skin damage and boosting moisture in your skin
Himalayan Pink Salt: Himalayan Pink Salt packed with vitamins and minerals. This salt creates an electrolyte balance in the body, Increases hydration, regulates water content both inside and outside of cells, balances pH (alkaline/acidity) and help to reduce acid reflux. This wonderful salt will also prevent muscle cramping and aid in proper metabolism functioning
Hemp Seed Oil: This oil is a staple for hair products as it stimulates hair growth, moisturizes the scalp and it strengthens hair to repair damage and reduce breaking. Hemp is also a great skin moisturizer and helps to fight acne and skin irritations.
Lavender: Lavender Essential oil is used to treat acne, eczema and is most commonly used as a sleep aid. It has also been used to aid in proper digestion and calm nerves.
Magnesium Chloride: This natural salt works as an intense detox for your skin by drawing out toxins and stagnant energies held in the tissues of your body. It functions as an electrolyte and assists with proper digestive function.
Peppermint: Most commonly, this oil is used for clearing nasal passages and easing headache pain. It is also used to ease sore muscles, digestive ailments and enhance memory
Pumpkin Seed Oil: Filled with powerful antioxidants, adding pumpkin seed oil to your skin care regimen will help you retain moisture, maintain normal cell structure, and keep your skin looking and feeling healthy
Rose Petals: Rose petals contain high amounts of Vitamin C which is a powerful anti-oxidant. It also is used to reduce redness in skin and is helpful for ailments such as Rosecea or Ezcema. The natural astringent benefits make rose infused water a great toner for skin.