Pure + natural ingredients. Always.

We use 100% pure, uncut, therapeutic grade essential oils.  We also use high quality herbs.  We use the highest quality of ingredients that we can find for high quality, beneficial products.


herbs

Arrowroot

A starch used first by the Arawak Indians to pack on wounds from poisoned arrows to draw out the toxins.

Basil

Excellent source of vitamin A, vitamin K, minerals, potassium, iron, manganese, copper, and potassium. It is a good antioxidant.  Very beneficial for the skin.

Black Walnut Hulls

Has Tannins in it that has an astringent quality that has been thought to shrink sweat glands and reduce excessive sweating.  Also contain juglone, a natural chemical that is antibacterial, antiviral and a fungicide.  It’s also good for yeast infections.

Burdock Root

Contains properties that seem to have activity against bacteria, inflammation, acne, psoriasis and eczema.

Calendula

Known to help with eczema, psoriasis, yeast infections, herbs, ringworm, athlete’s foot, varicose veins, and other minor injuries and skin problems.

Cinnamon

Is known for fighting yeast.  It is also has antibacterial properties, and helps with itchy skin.

Chamomile

Commonly used for hay fever, inflammation, muscle spasms, ulcers and hemorrhoids. Common skin uses are to reduce swelling, fight bacteria, fight eczema, psoriasis, chicken pox and diaper rash.

CLARY SAGE

Known to contain an ester present called linalyl acetate that is known to help with skin inflammation and heal rashes.  It has also been known to balance skin oils for both oily and dry skin.  It’s been known as an astringent and to strengthen and tone skin.

Coffee

When used in skin cleansers and scrubs, coffee is believed to reduce cellulite and redness as well as dark skin patches and skin discoloration.

COMFREY

Know as a knitting herb.  It is believed to help wounds and bones to heal twice as fast when applied several times a day.  It is high in calcium and Vitamin C. 

DANDELION

Commonly known for its ability to cleanse you blood stream, help prevent various forms of cancer and to help fight acne.

EUCALYPTUS

Often used as an analgesic, antibacterial, anti infectious, anti-inflammatory, for eczema, as an insect repellent, and as a skin infection fighter.

GINGER

Often used as an antiseptic, prevents contagious diseases, reduces inflammation and for rheumatism. 

GREEN TEA

Topically, common uses are help with rosacea and inflammation.  There have been reports that green tea, when used topically can slow the effects of sun damage by quenching the free radicals and reducing inflammation rather than blocking UV rays.  It is also known to improve elastic tissue.

HEARTSEASE

Often used for cradle cap, rashes, imperigo, nerve inflammation, gout, joint inflammation and psoriasis.

HORSETAIL

Often used to strengthen the body’s immune system.  Also used as an antibacterial and antimicrobial. It has been used to treat conditions such as brittle teeth, nails and carbuncles, itchiness and dried cracked skin.

HYSSOP

Commonly used for colds, flus and cleansing purposes. In the bible, Moses used it for spiritual and physical cleansing.

LAVENDER PETAL

May help with cell renewal, dandruff, hair loss, reduce scarring, boils, bruises, carbuncles, cold sores, headaches, hives, eczema, psoriasis, bee stings, insect bites and more.

PEPPERMINT LEAF

Commonly used as an analgesic, anti carcinogenic, anti inflammatory, antiseptic and antispasmodic.  It’s also known to be invigorating and cool the skin.  It may help with candida, varicose veins and hives.

NETTLE

Commonly used to help arthritis, hives and Alzheimer’s disease.  It has also been used to improve the appearance of hair, and as a remedy against oily hair and dandruff.

ROSE

Often used as an aphrodisiac.  Also used for cuts and wounds.  Known to have anti cancer, antidepressant, astringent and sedative properties.

ROSEMARY

Known as an antioxidant. It is rich in many vitamins including A and C.  It is commonly used for good skin health and is required for collagen synthesis in the body.  Collagen in the main structural protein in the body required for maintaining blood vessels, skin, organs and bones.

ST. JOHN WART

Used for centuries mainly on cuts and open wounds, sprains, bed sores, burns, chronic pain, fibromyalgia and stress.

SLIPPERY ELM

Often used for psoriasis, boils, burns, ulcers, cold sores, abrasions and other skin issues.

YARROW

This was first used by ancient Greeks over 3000 years ago for treating external skin wounds, such as cuts and bleeding.  It was also used as a tea for treating gastrointestinal issues, lessen menstrual bleeding, fevers and to improve circulation.


Essential Oils

Bergamot

Commonly used as a stimulant.  It’s known to have properties that include deodorant, disinfectant and antidepressant and more.

Basil

Excellent source of vitamin A, vitamin K, minerals, potassium, iron, manganese, copper, and potassium. It is a good antioxidant.  Very beneficial for the skin.

Cedarwood

Commonly used as anti fungal, anti infectious, antiseptic, astringent, insect repellent, psoriasis and skin diseases.  

Cinnamon

Is known for fighting yeast.  It is also has antibacterial properties, and helps with itchy skin.

Clary Sage

Known to contain an ester present called linalyl acetate that is known to help with skin inflammation and heal rashes.  It has also been known to balance skin oils for both oily and dry skin.  It’s been known as an astringent and to strengthen and tone skin.

Clove

Commonly used as an analgesic, antibacterial, anti fungal, anti infectious, anti-inflammatory, antiphrastic, strong antiseptic, antiviral, disinfectant and for an immune stimulant.

Eucalyptus

Often used as an analgesic, antibacterial, anti infectious, anti-inflammatory, for eczema, as an insect repellent, and as a skin infection fighter.

EUCALYPTUS PEPPERMINT

Often used as an analgesic, antibacterial, anti infectious, anti-inflammatory, for eczema, as an insect repellent, and as a skin infection fighter.

FRANKINCENSE

Historically used to relieve inflammation and pain. Has also been used to fade scars, relieve stress, assist with relaxation, and help with restless leg syndrome.

GRAPEFRUIT

Commonly used to decrease water retention, curb sugar cravings, aide in weight loss, and help with cleansing the body.  May also help with weight loss.

HELICHRYSUM

Often used to relieve pain, heal scars and sports injuries, promoting new skin growth, reduces hematomas and as an antibacterial. 

LAVENDER

May help with cell renewal, dandruff, hair loss, reduce scarring, boils, bruises, carbuncles, cold sores, headaches, hives, eczema, psoriasis, bee stings, insect bites and more.\

LEMON

Often used to provide energy, for cleansing, and to help with circulation. 

LEMONGRASS

Commonly used as an antiseptic, insect repellent, revitalize, fever reducer, varicose veins, circulation, tissue regeneration and to help repair ligament injuries.

LIME

Often used as an astringent, an antiviral, increases appetite, helps restore energy, reduces pain in muscles and joints.

ORANGE

Known to be useful as an aphrodisiac, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, antidepressant, and a tonic.

PATCHOULI

Tones the skin.  It is also known for being anti infectious, anti inflammatory, antifungal, antiseptic, and an antitoxic.  It can also be used as an astringent, a deodorant and an insecticide.

PEPPERMINT

Commonly used as an analgesic, anti carcinogenic, anti inflammatory, antiseptic and antispasmodic.  It’s also known to be invigorating and cool the skin.  It may help with candida, varicose veins and hives.

PINE

Often used for relaxation and rejuvenation as well as to sooth sore muscles.

ROSEMARY

Commonly used to promote hair growth, reduce pain, relieve respiratory issues, boost mental activity and as an antimicrobial. 

SANDALWOOD

Commonly used for acne, promoting circulation, helps with skin regeneration, reduces scarring and for skin infections.

TEA TREE

Commonly used as an antibacterial, anti fungal, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antiviral, a protector against radiation and a strong tissue regenerator.

WINTERGREEN

Commonly used to relieve pain, as a stimulant, increases circulation and brings warmth to the skin.

YLANG YLANG

Has been known to boost the nervous system. It induces a relaxing and calming feeling, calms stress, anxiety and anger, and promotes healthy skin and hair.  It’s also been known for the ability that it has to connect us with our inner child and bring joy and happiness emotionally. 


Base Oils

Almond Oil

Serves as a natural emollient for the skin, locking in a moisture barrier.  It has the ability to plump and firm skin. Helps to get rid of acne by creating cleaner skin and pores. It helps to remove dead skin cells and stimulates healthy skin growth.

Apricot Oil

Very moisturizing for hair and skin.  It’s also commonly used with essential oils as a scalp massage.

Castor Oil

Commonly used to treat several skin ailments such as boils, warts, athlete’s foot, acne and chronic itching.  It’s also commonly used to soften and hydrate skin making it ideal for wrinkles and fine lines. It’s known as a strong moisturizer. The omega -3 fatty acids help to reduce pigmentation.  It’s also been known to promote hair growth, thicken eyebrows and treat scalp infections.

COCONUT OIL

This is often used to treat dry skin, reduce frizz in hair and to smooth skin.  It’s known to contain anti-inflammatory properties to help with arthritis. 

GRAPESEED OIL

Good source of fatty acids and Vitamin E. It also has strong antioxidant properties.  Contains Omega-3, Omega-6 and Omega-9.  It helps to tighten and tone skin.  It also contains great moisturizing properties.

HAZELNUT OIL

This oil has been called the “pore-reducing” oil and “acne-fighting” oil.  It is often used as an astringent that smooths and tones skin. It is hydrating without feeling greasy.  It has been said to be rejuvenating to the skin, making skin appear more youthful and vibrant over time.

JOJOBA OIL

Commonly used as a skin moisturizer, for controlling acne, and for dry and cracked hands and feet.  Many people use it for Eczema, psoriasis, and other dry skin conditions.  It’s also been used to control hair loss, dandruff, and scalp psoriasis. 

OLIVE OIL

Commonly used to treat acne, as a hair moisturizer, and as a natural skin remedy.

Palm Oil

Contains toctrienols which are a member of the Vitamin E family and penetrate deep into the skins layers to enable healing and protections from the bottom layers up.

SAFFLOWER OIL

Has been known to be very beneficial for people with psoriasis and eczema. It’s often used as a cleanser for dry skin, and as a treatment for hair growth.