Mango butter is chock full of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals that far exceed the moisturizing and barrier-boosting abilities of other better-known butters, even setting it up to be a potential anti-aging wonder. It is packed with Vitamin A which is a potent antioxidant that stimulates the skins natural renewal process which can improve the texture and elasticity of skin.
Shea butter is known as “Mother Nature’s conditioner” for its exceptional softening and moisturizing properties. It’s an emollient, so it provides moisture and locks it in. It contains Vitamins A, E, and F. Each of these vitamins plays a pivotal role for your skin. Vitamin A helps skin remain healthy, all the three vitamins together help stave off facial lines and wrinkles, and vitamin F soothes chapped, dry or rough skin and helps skin heal. It is also known to assist in boosting collagen, scar treatments, and anti-aging.
Hemp oil is a lightweight emollient, leaving the skin feeling soft and supple. It’s high in antioxidant constituents: fatty acids like gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) and vitamins A, C, and E which can all help give skin some protection against premature aging. It is also known to be anti-inflammatory and may contain antibacterial properties.
Jojoba oil is extremely gentle on skin. it as antimicrobial properties that can help clear and calm skin. Vitamins E and B complex help repair and soothe skin. It is similar to our natural oil, so it absorbs nicely and assists in regulating oil production.
Coconut oil is proven to be the blessing for excessively dry skin. When applied topically it goes under the skin and also make maintain the water in the body due to water loss. It is also known to aid in fighting inflammation and irritation of the skin.
Apricot oil is an excellent moisturizer and carrier oil. It has high levels of vitamin E, vitamin A, vitamin C, fiber, and essential fatty acids. The vitamins have nourishing and hydrating properties that keep the skin healthy, while the unsaturated fatty acids reduce inflammation. It also exhibits anti-aging, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties.
Vitamin E is classified as a “chain-breaking” antioxidant for its role in hindering the chain reaction induced by free radicals. In addition to its powerful antioxidant activity, vitamin E helps the skin retain moisture by strengthening the skin’s barrier.
Beeswax is a natural, nontoxic byproduct. It has aromatic, dermatological and therapeutic properties that make it excellent for skin care. It can stop skin irritation, and has antiviral, anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It’s rich in vitamins including vitamin A, which helps in exfoliation, improves skin hydration and reconstruction/regeneration of skin cells living your skin rejuvenated and well taken care of. It is also a humectant which means it has ingredients that help attract water molecules to your skin, keeping your skin hydrated, moisturized and healthy over time. The benefits to beeswax seems endless.
Colloidal oatmeal has been used for centuries to soothe dry, itchy, or irritated skin. Its content of unique antioxidant and anti-inflammatory plant chemicals called avenanthramides boost both skin and overall health. Also, Clinical studies have shown colloidal oatmeal helps to strengthen the skin’s protective barrier, Prevents trans-epidermal water loss, works as an antioxidant, anti-fungal, helps with inflammation, and studies show the phenols in the colloidal oatmeal may help with absorbing UV radiation.
Argon oil is packed with omega fatty acids, vitamin E, and linoleic acids, all of which work to lightly moisturize your skin, soften dry patches, and even reduce acne. It’s essentially nature’s protective, nourishing superfood for your skin.