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Benefits of each

Shea Butter

Been proven to have extensive anti-inflammatory properties.The rich tree-nut oils in shea butter can soak into your skin, creating a smooth and soft barrier that seals in moisture. People who are allergic to tree nuts, the family that shea nuts belong to, have a low risk of reaction to shea butter on their face. Shea butter is an incredibly low-risk topical ingredient.

Mica Powder

A naturally occurring mineral found all over the world, which is then coated with other naturally minerals such as iron oxide and tin oxide to name just a few. Some mica powders are artificially dyed, but we don't stock artificially dyed mica as we try to keep our ingredients as natural as possible.

Olive Oil

Do not use if you have oily, sensitive skin, or if you have dermatitis

Packed with healthy vitamins, fats, and antioxidants, and these components can contribute to healthier-looking skin. It moisturizes skin by locking in moisture, and its antioxidants can help to improve signs of aging.

Red Palm Oil

 It is an antioxidant which is good for skin as it can reduce the activities of free radicals and reduce the signs of aging. 

Essential Oils

Most are a mood stabilizer, reducing stress and anxiety, and reducing headaches and migraines. They help with sleep and insomnia. 

Castor Oil

Retain moisture by preventing water loss through the outer layer of the skin. Castor oil stimulates tissue growth so that a barrier can be formed between the wound and the environment, decreasing the risk of infection. It also has impressive anti-inflammatory properties. Lastly, it creates a great lather.

all oil information comes from healthline. certified organic ingredients

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