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Ingredients

The main 4 INGREDIENTS

Coconut Oil

Coconut Oil
(Cocos Nuciferas): Coconut oil is extracted from the fruit of fresh mature coconuts. It’s the all in one natural solution for almost all skin types packed with fatty acids, proteins and vitamin E. 
It has been found to effectively combat various skin conditions like eczema, acne and psoriasis. Its anti-inflammatory properties are found to reduce redness, itching and irritation. The large percentage of fatty acids  include lauric acid, capric acid, and caprylic acids. These fatty acids have powerful antimicrobial properties capable of destroying bacteria and fungi. The vitamin E slows down the skin’s aging process by helping to reduce the free radical damage. In addition to protecting and repairing the skin, coconut oil is known for its ability to hydrate the skin by trapping in moisture.

Cocoa Butter
Colloidal Oatmeal

(Avena Sativa L.): Colloidal Oatmeal refers to finely milled oats suspended in a liquid (usually water) to form a gel. Oats contain polysaccharides which has a gel-like texture which provides a protective layer over the skin to trap in moisture while providing other nutrients. This is especially useful for those who suffer from skin dryness, eczema, psoriasis, chicken pox and other medical conditions affecting the skin. In addition to its moisturizing properties, colloidal oatmeal contains avenanthramides, an antioxidant not found in other plant sources. It helps reduce redness and inflammation, calming the skin. Colloidal Oatmeal also contains abundant amounts of saponins. It is known as an ideal cleanser because it has the ability to absorb dirt and debris on the surface of the skin without disrupting the skins barrier.

Collodial
Cocoa Butter
(Theobroma Cacao): Cocoa butter comes from pressed, roasted cocoa beans. It has a high percentage of fatty acids that make it a rich and highly absorbing moisturizer. Cocoa butter is a good source of vitamin A and E. These rich antioxidants help fight off free radical damage to the skin and help with hydration. Cocoa butter also contains cocoa mass polyphenol (CMP) which helps ease dermatitis and rashes, increases skin elasticity and promotes collagen retention and production. Research has shown cocoa butter reduces the appearance of marks and scars.

Olive Oil
Olive Oil 
(Olea Europaea): Olive oil is derived from pressing fresh olives. Olive oil is extremely rich in antioxidants and often referred to as “liquid gold”. It contains three major antioxidants: vitamin E, polyphenols and phytosterols. Each of these powerful antioxidants fight against environmental and free radical damage and helps protect, nourish and regenerate the skin. In addition to help prolong youthful looking skin, it penetrates deep within the skin providing deep cleansing as well as intense hydration.