Vitamin E Oil

Vitamin E Oil 
The vitamin E oil we use is vacuum-distilled from certified organic soybean oil which is also certified GMO-free. We use it in this formula at less than 1% and when applied topically, it has strong anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Vacuum-distilled is the only process we consider to be one hundred percent safe. This naturally extracted vitamin E is highly purified and lacks isoflavones that can trigger allergies associated with soy. The vacuum extraction of the vitamin E from the soybean oil insures there is no isoflavone content in the finished oil, as isoflavones have a different evaporation point than tocopherols. Vacuum-distilled vitamin E oil is the absolute best choice due to the fact that other types of vitamin E oil, both natural and synthetic, will be contaminated with hydroquinone which is a highly toxic substance. 

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Spikenard Oil

Nardostachys Grandiflora (Spikenard) Oil 
Native to the Himalayas at above 10,000 feet, spikenard is a flowering plant of the Valerian family also known as nard, nardin, muskroot, balchar, sumbul-ut-teeb, sambul lateeb and jatamansi. The pure essential oil distilled from its spikey roots has been used for healing since ancient times. It can promote skin health as a powerful antifungal and antibacterial. It is anti-inflammatory and an effective free radical scavenger, aiding to reduce oxidative stress. It has a calming fragrance and can help to improve complexion overall via its multiple healing properties.

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Spearmint Oil

Mentha Spicata (Spearmint) Oil 
Pure essential oil of spearmint is extracted by steam distillation of the flowering tops of the plant. It is far more than being a pleasantly aromatic herb, with a scent that is both calming and uplifting, spearmint offers an array of restorative benefits for healthy skin. And, even though it contains only a fraction of the amount of menthol found in peppermint, about 0.5 percent compared to peppermint's 40 percent, it stimulates circulation, is anti-inflammatory and counterirritant. It is rich in vitamins A and C, and other constituents that offer antioxidant benefits. Plus, it is a potent antimicrobial that has been clinically proven over and over again.

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Immortelle Oil

Helichrysum Gymnocephalum (Immortelle) Oil 
Helichrysum is a member of the Asteraceae plant family and is native to the Mediterranean region, where it’s been used for its medicinal properties for thousands of years. There are many types of helichrysum commonly referred to by other names, such as everlasting, immortelle or the curry plant. The different varieties share much in common, however each variety has its own aroma and chemical makeup. In addition to being antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, antifungal and antioxidant, Helichrysum Gymnocephalum is stimulating, energizing and supportive of healthy skin renewal.

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Juniper Berry Oil

Juniperus Communis (Juniper) Berry Oil 
Juniper berry essential oil possesses a wide spectrum of pharmacological compounds that are supportive of beautiful skin. It has over 87 different active constituents, including strong antioxidants, antibacterials and antifungals. It is high in flavonoid and polyphenol antioxidants that have strong free radical scavenging abilities. It acts as a natural antiseptic agent for uncomplicated infections of the skin and can help increase circulation, soothe flair-ups and treat blemishes.

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Frankincense Oil

Boswellia Carteri (Frankincense) Oil 
Native to Africa, and cherished for millennia, frankincense is an effective ingredient for healthy skincare due to it's astringent, antiseptic and anti-inflamatory properties. The milky sap from the Boswellia Carteri tree hardens into resin which is collected and steam distilled to produce a fragrant essential oil that gently tones, tightens and helps to reduce imperfections.

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Grape Seed Oil


Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Oil 
Native to parts of Europe, Asia and Africa and widely cultivated in temperate areas, the oil from the seeds of this particular species of grape offers potent skin healing properties. It is high in essential fatty acids which are the building blocks of healthy cells and vital to the synthesis of tissue lipids. Grape seed oil is also especially high in skin-nourishing vitamin E. Its ability to rapidly permeate the skin barrier, emollient feel and unique chemical structure interact with skin molecules unlike many other oils.

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Meadowfoam Oil

Limnanthes Alba (Meadowfoam) Seed Oil 
An herbaceous, winter annual plant native to the pacific northwest region of the United States that blooms in fields of soft, white flowers that resemble ocean foam, hence its name. Meadowfoam seed oil is similar to jojoba with its wax-like quality that helps lock in moisture when used for skincare. It is a rich source of skin-protecting Vitamin E and highly regarded for its outstanding oxidative stability which helps to lend stability to other oils that are combined with it. 

Camellia Oil

Camellia Oleifera (Tea Seed) Oil 
Like green, black, white and oolong teas from the same plant, camellia or tea seed oil has exceptional antioxidant properties. And although the seeds and leaves contain caffeine, caffeine is a water soluble compound that is not present in camellia oil. The fruit consists of several small chambers containing seeds that are capable of producing between 40-50% of oil. (Although camellia oil is often referred to as tea oil or tea seed oil, it should not be confused with tea tree essential oil which comes from a different plant.) Among camellia seed oil's most powerful properties is it's over 80% oleic acid content, making it an excellent transdermal carrier of cell rebuilding nutrients and bioactive compounds that penetrate deeply into the skin and helping to enhance our own natural collagen and elastin. Additionally, camellia seed oil possesses a unique constituent known as squalene which is an important component of our skin’s natural emollient system that can help restore elasticity and improve appearance.

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Hemp Oil

Cannabis Sativa (Hemp) Seed Oil 
Hemp is not marijuana, but derived from the same plant family whose seed has next to no (.3%) tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive ingredient found in marijuana. Additionally hemp contains a significantly higher amount of CBD, a cannabinoid that counters the effects of THC which further differentiates the plant from marijuana. So to be clear, hemp seed oil does not cause hallucinations and is not banned by any government. For skincare it is very beneficial because it is rich in the same essential fatty acids that are present in skin lipids. It penetrates deeply to improve elasticity and soothe inflammation of dry, itchy skin and restore the skin's natural barrier function. It is an exceptionally rich, green oil and has one of the highest antioxidant levels of any plant oil.

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