aloe vera

(Aloe Barbadensis) antioxidant, moisturizing and highly anti-inflammatory, aloe contains enzymes and vitamins A and C, which can help treat dry skin, acne, and burns.

avocado oil

coming soon.


(Ocimum Basilicum) Anti-inflammatory and soothing, basil relieves itching and contains vitamin C, which helps maintain skin’s collagen.


(Cera Alba) Containing antiviral, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties, beeswax helps to ease chapped skin while providing a protective moisture barrier without clogging up pores.

black tea

coming soon.

calcium bentonite clay

When added to water, clay unleashes its natural antibacterial potency which helps to remove dirt and impurities from the pores of the skin.


(Calendula Officinalis) Anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and healing, calendula is full of flavonoids and carotenoids which help heal the skin, reduce inflammation, relieves swelling and speeds up tissue repair.


(Nepeta Cataria) The sedative effects of catnip helps to calm cats down, and reduce the effects of stress, anxiety, and depression.


(Cedrus) Anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial, cedar can help to soothe acne, inflamation, and eczema symptoms.


coming soon.


(Cinnamomum Verum) Antibacterial and anti-inflammatory, cinnamon helps moisturize dry skin and reduce irritation.


coming soon.


(Syzygium Aromaticum) Antimicrobial, antifungal, and antiseptic, clove nourishes the skin and helps to reduce inflammation.


(Symphytum Officinale) Rich in the skin-healing and protective component allantoin, comfrey heals skin and wounds.

dead sea salt

containing 21 minerals including magnesium, calcium, sulfur, bromide, iodine, sodium, zinc and potassium, which are known to treat, detoxify, and cleanse the body. Dead Sea salt is also a wonderful treatment for dry skin, as it nourishes the skin and replenishes much-needed moisture.


(Eucalyptus Globulus) Antiseptic, antifungal, antiviral, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial, eucalyptus helps in the treatment of cuts, minor wounds, blisters, bruises, skin irritation, and insect bites.

extra virgin olive oil

(Olea Europaea) Anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and anti-aging, olive oil is packed with antioxidants and vitamins which helps to hydrates the skin by building the skin’s moisture barrier to prevent dryness and flaking. With high amounts of vitamins E and K, it helps to protect against free radicals which can damage the skin over time.


(Citrus Paradisi) Rich in antioxidants and vitamins, grapefruit can provide an array of anti-aging benefits like evening skin tone and fighting off free radicals. 

green tea

coming soon.


(Lavandula Angustifolia) Antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant, lavender equalize the skin’s pH balance and improves the circulation in the skin which adds oxygen to the skin and in turn helps the growth of new cells. Both calming and nourishing, it can help with inflammation and pain relief.


(Citrus Limon) Antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and antiseptic, lemon exfoliate dead skin cells, provide a dose of vitamin C which helps keep skin even-toned, and help easy flaky skin.

lemon balm

(Melissa Officinalis) Antioxidant-rich, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial, lemon balm soothes and heals skin and is a natural bug repellent.


(Cymbopogon) Anti-fungal, antiseptic, and an astringent, lemongrass can help to reduce pain, heal scrapes, and is a natural bug repellent.

lemon verbena

coming soon.


(Citrus Aurantiifolia) Antibacterial and astringent, lime can help exfoliate the skin and treat discoloration.

mango seed butter

(Mangifera Indica) Nut free. Containing a higher concentration of nutrients then shea and cocoa butter, this wonder moisturizer boasts large amounts of vitamins A and C, which helps to brighten and skin and reduce fine lines. Both soothing and healing, the fatty acids make it extremely rich and moisturizing, which provides a highly protective barrier on the surface of your skin and lips to allow them to hydrate and heal.


(Citrus Sinensis) Containing a high concentration of citric acid which aids in skin exfoliation, orange moisturizes the skin, and can help it to form collagen and elastin due to a large amount of Vitamin C it has.

pacific ocean kelp

(Laminariales) Anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant, kelp helps calm and soothe dry skin.

pacific ocean sea salt

Full of minerals, including potassium, calcium, magnesium, and sodium, sea salt naturally exfoliates dead skin cells, softens and restores hydration to the skin.


(Mentha Piperita) Anti-inflammatory, peppermint helps hydrate dry skin, soothe irritation, and promote blood flow.


(Pinus) Anti-fungal, pine reduce inflammation and associated redness and soothes super dry skin.


(Rosmarinus Officinalis) Anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and analgesic, rosemary heals, refreshes and tones skin.


(Salvia Officinalis) Used worldwide in traditional energy-cleansing ceremonies, sage essence attaches to negative energy and transforms it into positive energy.


(Mentha Spicata) Antiseptic, antibacterial, and antifungal, spearmint increases skin’s elasticity and resilience and reduces irritation.


(Thymus Vulgaris) Protecting the skin from harmful bacteria and fungal infections; thyme helps to heal sores, wounds, cuts, and scars; relieves burns, and naturally soothe rashes.

vitamin e

(Tocopheryl Acetate) Moisturizing and antioxidant, vitamin E fights inflammation, neutralizes free radicals, hydrates, and acts as a natural preservative in the balm.

witch hazel

(Hamamelis) A compound with powerful medicinal properties that can be used in a variety of ways, witch hazel is known for its ability to ease inflammation and soothe sensitive skin. It also bonds with essential oils to help the scent linger for a longer period of time in the air, on your sheets, etc.


(Achillea Millefolium) Antiseptic and anti-inflammatory, yarrow helps with irritation, inflammation, and speeds up healing.

zinc oxide

Protecting against UVA and UVB rays, zinc oxide helps to ward off infection and inflammation, and can heal skin tissue.