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Coconut Nut Oil: Very moisturizing, relieves dry skin, improves the quality of aging skin and wrinkles, supports the natural chemical balance of the skin by providing antiviral, antifungal and antibacterial properties.
Jojoba Oil: Similar to our own moisturizing sebum in our skin, penetrates the skin layers.
Sweet Almond Oil: Easily absorbs into the skin, rich in vitamins and essential fatty acids. Relieves dry skin, soothes inflammation, relieves itching, heals damaged and aging skin.
Macadamia Nut Oil, Hawaiian: Similar to our own moisturizing sebum, very emollient and soothing to the skin.
Kukui Nut Oil, Hawaiian: High in essential fatty acids, which is helpful for softening and restructuring of the skin. Good for sensitive skin, and mature skin damaged by the sun.
Avocado Oil: Moisturizes, tightens, heals, regenerates, soothes, renews and nourishes aging and damaged skin.
Olive Oil: High in beneficial vitamins and minerals, deeply moisturizing, restores the skin, and has antioxidant properties.
Coco Butter: Rich pleasant chocolate aroma, contains antioxidants, well-known for its skin regeneration properties that soften, deeply moisturizes, and for retaining moisture.
Shea Butter: Exceptional dermatological and cosmetic properties, rich in essential fatty acids, vitamins, and nutrients, highly effective emollient and deeply moisturizing.
Vitamin E Oil: Antioxidant properties that fight off and remove free radicals and damaging effects on the skin.
Your skin is the largest organ on your body and is very porous. This means that whatever you put on your skin, will absorb into your system, affecting your individual organs and the various internal systems which can impact your body in a negative way. When you're putting chemically based products on your skin you are absorbing these toxic chemicals into you blood stream, which ultimately affect your health. By using products that are made with Organic and Natural ingredients you are promoting and contributing to the health and wellbeing of your precious body. Just like the food that you eat... what you put into and onto your body... you are!
Pure Essential Oils: They are organic compounds derived from plant sources such as roots, bark, flowers and seeds. These materials are extracted using a variety of methods to capture the scented particles, while leaving many of the other constituents of the base materials behind. Technically, they are actually complex compounds, and not oils at all. The individual fragrance of each Essential Oil has its own unique characteristics and properties.
Principles of Aromatherapy: Is a complementary therapy based on holistic principles, by using the direct application of Essential Oils to improve mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing. Essential Oils are also absorbed into your bloodstream when inhaled, the many blood vessels in the lungs absorb the oils and circulate them throughout the body. Our sense of smell connects directly with the limbic system of the brain, which processes memories, associations, and emotions.
To learn more about Essential Oils and Aromatherapy, I recommend this book:
"The Aromatherapy Encyclopedia" by Carol Schiller & David Schiller