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Ingredients

 

 

 

  Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera Gel is wonderful for the skin. It can be added to sugar scrubs and bath salts to help moisturize the skin and calm acne. 
 
 

Blue Malva Flower  
Poultices of blue mallow flowers are also used to disinfect wounds. A complex polysaccharide in the herb known as arabinogalactose may have immune-stimulant properties.

 
 

Buttermilk Powder
Buttermilk powder is soothing and moisturizing when used alone as a bath soak or included in recipes for milk baths, bath salts, or other bath formulations. It is rumored that Cleopatra bathed in buttermilk because of its beautifying properties.

 
  Calendula
Calendula is used for treating bruises, minor burns, and varicose veins. Calendula is reputed to be an effective callus remover. Old herbal texts recommend applying calendula directly to calluses, corns and warts.
 
 

Chamomile  
The traditional use of chamomile tea is to induce deep sleep, an effect confirmed in a study of patients undergoing cardiac catheterization. Chamomile contains chemicals that are anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiviral, and antiparasitic. Chamomile is widely used in Europe to treat psoriasis, eczema, and dry, flaky skin.

 
 

Cocoa Butter
Cocoa butter is an emollient that has been used for centuries in Africa as a skin care product. It has been used to heal and moisturize skin that has been exposed to the elements. It also helps reduce the formation of stretch marks during pregnancy by keeping the skin supple.

 
 

Dead Sea Mud
Dead Sea mud, also known as black mud, is a high quality, mineral-rich mud used for centuries for its cosmetic and health benefits. Dead Sea Mud helps stimulate blood circulation and cell rejuvenation and can help relieve muscle tension. The mud provides minerals which improve skin's elasticity. Dead Sea Mud has also been proven to help alleviate symptoms of psoriasis and eczema.

 
 

Dead Sea Salt
Why are these types of salts beneficial? Magnesium is important for combating stress and fluid retention, slowing skin aging and calming the nervous system. Calcium is effective at preventing water retention, increasing circulation and strengthening bones and nails. Potassium energizes the body, helps to balance skin moisture and is a crucial mineral to replenish following intense exercise. Bromides act to ease muscle stiffness and relax muscles. Sodium is important for the lymphatic fluid balance (this in turn is important for immune system function). So we can see that bathing in high quality sea salt could replenish the minerals which are critical to our skin metabolism.

 
 

Eleuthero Root  
Eleuthero is an "adaptogen," an agent that helps the body address to stress. It also boosts immunity.

 
 

Epsom Salt
While increasing your magnesium levels, Epsom Salt also delivers sulfates, which are extremely difficult to get through food but which readily absorb through the skin. Sulfates serve a wide variety of functions in the body, playing a vital role in the formation of brain tissue, joint proteins and the mucin proteins that line the walls of the digestive tract. Sulfates also stimulate the pancreas to generate digestive enzymes and are believed to help detoxify the body's residue of medicines and environmental contaminants.

 
 

Eucalyptus Leaf
Eucalyptus oil acts on nerve receptors in the mucosa of the nose and sinuses in a way that causes release of mucus.

 
 

French Green Clay
French green clay is mostly montmorillonite and is therefore highly efficient at drawing oils and toxins from the skin. It is rich in important minerals and phyto-nutrients and is the most commonly used therapeutic clay. Use it for facials, and body wraps. French green clay can also be used in soaps (about 1 tablespoon per pound of soap) and body/foot powders.

 
 

Green Tea Leaf
Green Tea Leaf is rich in polyphenols and is now being promoted in skin care for its powerful antioxidant property that helps rejuvenate the skin, prevent damage from the sun and promote elasticity. Green tea has been shown to reactivate dying skin cells thereby improving the condition of the skin. It has also been shown to stimulate new hair growth.  Use the powder in facials, body wraps, bath teas, soaps, etc.

 
 

Heather
A cleansing and detoxifying plant, Heather has been used in the treatment of rheumatism, arthritis and gout. When ingested it can be useful in the treatment of coughs, colds, bladder and kidney disorders.

 
 

Honey
Honey attracts the dirt from skin pores and dead skin cells from the surface of the skin. It, therefore, is said to be a natural skin cleanser and softener. Honey is also a natural humectant, which means it naturally wicks moisture to your skin.

 
  Kiwi Seed   
Kiwi seeds are tiny brown seeds added to help exfoliate your skin. You can add them to scrubs, soaps, or wherever your imagination takes you.
 
 

Lavender Flowers  
Lavender is used for treating insomnia, nervous stomach, and anxiety. Lavender is widely used for its calming properties.

 
 

Lemon Balm
Lemon balm is useful for treating nervous disturbances of sleep, but its primary use today is in treating viral infections of the skin, especially cold sores.

 
 

Lemon Grass 
Lemon Grass is a tropical herb that is popular in Thai cooking. Its warming properties support mucous membrane function and lend it to use as a diaphoretic in respiratory disorders. Lemon grass tastes great and is a warming herb that speeds digestion, reduces gas and nausea.

 
 

Oatmeal Powder
Oatmeal is a natural skin softener.  Helps put a stop to skin irritations.

 
  Oatstraw
Oatstraw is used to treat eczema, acne, and dry skin. Oatstraw helps to alleviate skin irritation. Ground dried oats are a traditional ingredient in cosmetics and are used for their clearing and rejuvenating action.
 
 

Poppy Seed  
While poppy seeds can be pressed for oil, they are most commonly used to add texture.  Poppy makes an excellent exfoliater.

 
 

Rhassoul Clay
Rhassoul Clay reduces skin dryness and reduces flakiness.  It improves skin clarity.  Rhoussoul Clay also improves skin elasticity, improves skin texture and removes dead skin layers, resulting in a general smoothing of the surface skin.

 
 

Rice Bran
Rice bran powder is a gentle, natural exfoliant for the body. It is an old Japanese secret for smooth, soft skin. Rice bran powder is said to prevent wrinkles, quickly heal blemishes, absorb the dirt and oil from the pores, balance the natural oils in the skin, and moisturize.

 
 

Rose Petals 
Rose Petals are a popular medicine in the Middle East and India. They are especially good for helping soothe inflamed skin.

 
 

Strawberry Seeds
Strawberry seeds are becoming increasingly popular for use in high-end strawberry scented soaps and scrubs, serving as a gentle exfoliant.

 
 

Walnut Shell Powder
Use our fine walnut shell powder as a natural, gentle exfoliant in foot and hand scrub products.  Use our medium walnut shell powder as a natural, gentle exfoliant in face and body scrub products.

 

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