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Ingredients Only From Nature

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White Beeswax

White beeswax is a natural humectant, meaning it helps absorb and trap moisture in the skin. Beeswax also exfoliates the skin, clearing out all the dead skin cells. 

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Coconut Oil

Coconut oil can prevent trans-epidermal water loss, which is when water evaporates from the skin surface. Studies show that coconut oil contains antibacterial and antifungal properties and helps promote wound healing. 

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Essential Oil

Oregano essential oil has a strong calming and soothing effect on skin and can reduce blemishes. Oregano also has high levels of carvacrol, a compound known to have strong antioxidant properties. 

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Hemp Seed Oil

Hemp seed oil restores the skin barrier and helps retain moisture. It also helps regulate your skin's oil production to maximize moisture retention  without clogging pores.

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Vitamin E Oil

While most moisturizers and cosmetics use a synthetic version of Vitamin E, known as tocopherol acetate, we use natural soy-based Vitamin E. Vitamin E adds to skin glow and is known for reducing hyperpigmentation as well as wrinkles.

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Studies show that German Chamomile could be used as a natural alternative to hydrocortisone. With a distinct blue hue, German Chamomile essential oil eases the symptoms of irritated and dry skin.

German Chamomile
Essential Oil
Essential Oil

Lemongrass essential oil is known to enhance overall skin texture by cleansing and detoxing pores and eliminating excess oil from the skin. The antioxidants in lemongrass also give skin a supple feel. 

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Seed Oil

Sunflower seed oil is high in linoleic acid, which provides plumpness and moisture without weighing down the skin. It also helps keep your pores clean and your complexion bright, while fighting general redness, inflammation, and irritations of the skin.

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Essential Oil

Frankincense essential oil is a natural astringent, meaning it assists in the cleansing of skin and tightening of pores. It's also known for rejuvenating damaged skin and reducing scarring.

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Flower Oil

Great on sensitive skin, marigold oil has strong anti-inflammatory, healing, and moisturizing effects. It also boosts collagen to help reduce wrinkles and enrich skin texture. 

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Grape Seed Oil

Grape seed oil is a great source of proanthocyanidin, which helps with skin pigmentation and evening  out the skin tone. The powerful antioxidants in grapeseed oil also help reduce the negative impacts of UV rays on the skin. 

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Tea Tree
Essential Oil

Tea tree essential oil is great at decreasing skin inflammation and is often used to treat minor cuts and burns due to its  soothing and antibacterial properties. 

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