Benefits of our ingredients
On the skin, lavender oil tones and revitalizes and it is useful for all types of skin problems such as abscesses, acne, oily skin, boils, burns, sunburn, wounds, psoriasis, lice, insect bites, stings and also acts as an insect repellent.
Some therapeutic properties of lavender oil are antiseptic, analgesic, anti-rheumatic, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, bactericide, deodorant and calming.
On the skin, this oil is one of the most active and is a superb tissue regenerator, which helps to stimulate the growth of new skin cells. In wound healing, it not only promotes faster healing, but also helps to prevent ugly scarring when the wound heals. Furthermore, it has a great deodorizing action, and helps when feeling hot and bothered, while cooling down inflammations and assisting with wound healing.
It is effective for fungal and bacterial infection and is of great help for insect bites and it could also be used as an insect repellant. Patchouli oil is very effective in sorting out rough, cracked and overly dehydrated skin and is used to treat acne, acne, eczema, sores, ulcers, any fungal infections, as well as scalp disorders.
Historically used by the Native Americans to prevent scurvy. Mattresses where stuffed with the pine needles to repel lice and fleas.
It can be used for cuts and sores, scabies and lice and for excessive perspiration, while its warming properties help with rheumatism, arthritis, gout, muscular aches and pains and it can stimulate circulation.
Tea Tree oil
The oil is only produced in Australia where the Aborigines used it for a long time for a variety of medicinal purposes. In World War II, each soldier and sailor was issued with some as part of their kit, to treat tropical infections and infected wounds.
Some therapeutic properties of tea tree oil are antimicrobial, antiseptic, antiviral, bactericide, fungicide and insecticide.
The Australian Aborigines call it 'kino' and they use the leaves to cover serious wounds. Eucalyptus oil has a cooling and deodorizing effect on the body. In skin care it can be used for burns, blisters, herpes, cuts, wounds, skin infections and insect bites. It has a soothing and calming effect on the whole body and helps with the immune system. The oil is also effective against bacteria - especially staphylococci,
Some therapeutic properties of eucalyptus oil are analgesic, anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-rheumatic, antiseptic, antiviral and deodorant.
Ancient civilization used olive oil to heal wounds. Today it is considered a good remedy for skin problems and an effective moisturizer. Olive oil benefits are surprisingly simple yet extremely effective.
Coconut oil for skin is a mighty first line of defense against a wide range of diseases. Its efficacy is so potent that bacteria and its illness-causing cousins like viruses and fungi are crying foul in the sidelines. Those villainous microbes simply don't stand a joking chance.
It's been common knowledge already for the past several decades within the medical community that coconut oil contains predominantly medium-chain fatty acids (MCFA).
It's MCFA or MCT acids that hate harmful microorganisms. They destroy molecules that cause minor skin irritation all the way to the HIV virus
Castor oil helps in hydrating the skin and making it soft and smooth.
Problems like sun burns, acne , ring worm and the treatment of skin ulcers can be solved with the use of castor oil
Sunflower oil has been used as an ingredient in cosmetic products for years. One of its main benefits as a skin care solution is its ability to help the skin retain moisture.