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Babassu

Used for its emollient properties, Babassu restores the natural oils of the hair. Babassu oil is extracted from the nuts of wild-growing Babassu palms. The oil has a high content of Vitamin E (a highly nourishing nutrient) in addition to antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. The oil is particularly rich in lauric and myristic acids, with lauric acids making up 5per centnt of the entire composition.

Benzoin

This essential oil can also prevent moisture loss, keeping your complexion looking healthy and hydrated while increasing the elasticity of the skin to maintain a youthful appearance. Benzoin oil reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles because of its astringent properties. It also tightens and lifts the skin making it appear tighter.

Brazil Nut

Brazil nut oil contains 75% unsaturated fatty acids composed mainly of palmitic, oleic and linoleic acid, in addition to phytosteroids, sitosterol and antioxidants vitamins A and E. Overall, the combination of anti-free radicals, antioxidants and moisturizing properties help to prevent the skin from ageing.

Buriti

The rich unsaturated fatty acids in Buriti Oil promote fantastic emollient properties which help to rebuild, moisturize and re-hydrate skin cells. It is easily absorbed, helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, lightens dark spots and burns caused by sun exposure, reduces redness, and restores skin elasticity.

Clary Sage

Not to be confused with common sage, this essential oil has a warm nutty, uplifting aroma and is toning and sebum balancing to the skin.  In Aromatherapy its powerful relaxant and hormone balancing qualities are used during labour, menstruation and the menopause.

Cupuaçu

A super fruit that grows in the rainforest’s of South America and belongs to the cocoa family, Cupuaçu is well-known for its high fatty acid content with moisturizing benefits to the hair. Rich in nutrients and vitamins B1, B2, B3 (Niacin) and at least nine antioxidants that neutralize free radicals (including Vitamin A and C).

Grapefruit

Increases the growth of hair while adding nutrition to the hair follicle to strengthen hair cuticles.

Jaborandi

Contains pilocarpine, which stimulates hair growth and prevents hair loss.

Jojoba

A natural anti-bacterial moisturizer jojoba contains almost all of the vitamins and minerals essential for healthy skin: vitamin E, B-complex, copper, zinc, selenium, iodine, and chromium. And it’s even gentle enough to be used on sensitive skin without causing allergic reactions.

Lemon

Cold expressed from the peel of ripe lemons, this fresh, vibrant essential oil is uplifting, refreshing, antibacterial and toning for oily and dull complexions. Excellent as a room freshener.

Lemongrass

Extracted from a scented grass used in medicine and cooking, the essential oil has a delicious refreshing lemon aroma with insect deterrent properties.  Its toning, sebum reducing and anti-microbial benefits are particularly beneficial to oily skin.

Olive

Olive oil comes from the first cold-pressing of the fruit, conserving all its full antioxidant vitamin E and other vital constituents like squalene (a natural skin component). It has an excellent moisturising effect on the skin and leaves a breathable protective film that holds in moisture.

Orange

Vitamin C helps the body to form collagen and elastin to keep skin looking younger and more supple. The high content of citric acid aids in skin exfoliation and helps to dry out acne, improving the overall look of the skin while natural oils moisturise for softer and healthier looking skin.

Red Algae Seaweed

The osmo-hydro-regulating agents improve scalp vitality by covering hair with a natural skin laced in powerful antioxidants that prevent free radical damage in the hair. A high concentration of nutrients such as iodine, calcium, magnesium, and potassium have a profound impact on revitalizing hair follicle health.

Rosehip

Full of Essential Fatty Acids that boost lipid content and aid repair of the skin’s barrier function, protecting delicate skin and increasing hydration to increase softness and elasticity.

Rosemary

The chemical composition of this plant active stimulating blood circulation in the scalp to promote hair growth. It nourishes the hair follicles and soothes the scalp as it has high nutritional value and anti-inflammatory properties. It thickens the hair and adds shine leaving hair looking thicker and healthier.

Rose

Highly antioxidant, the hydrolat contains vitamins A, B, C, D, E, along with 21 amino acids and a broad spectrum of minerals giving it amazing skin-calming, soothing, toning and cell regenerative qualities, particularly beneficial to sensitive and ageing skin. It is high in vitamin C which helps to stimulate collagen and it is moisture-rich as it contains vitamin E. Due to the astringent like properties it possesses, rose water helps clean pores and tone the skin meaning it tightens capillaries, reduces redness and blotchiness.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E forms a moisture barrier around cells to keep them healthy and hydrated, it indirectly helps skin stay moisturized and supple. Being an antioxidant means vitamin E fights inflammation. When skin is exposed to UV light, smoke and air pollution, it fights free radicals by neutralising them.

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