• Yucca Root

    Yucca roots contain approximately 13% saponins, and have been historically used as a soap and medicine by people native to the southwest. Yucca also contains a high amount of polysaccharides, or sugars, which help skin retain moisture. 

  • Colloidal Gold

    Colloidal gold has excellent reparative properties for the skin, and helps accelerate the skin's healing process. It acts as an anti-inflammatory, delivers nutrients, and repairs broken or aging skin cells.

  • Turmeric Root

    Turmeric root is a potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant thanks to its curcumin content, which helps to brighten skin, reduce pigmentation, slow the aging process, and inhibit acne. 

  • Plum Kernel oil

    Plum Kernel oil is a cold-pressed oil rich in oleic and linoleic fatty acids, as well as vitamins A, C and E. It contains at least six times the antioxidant power of argan oil, and helps nourish, plump, and protect skin against free radicals and environmental pollutants.

  • Silica

    After oxygen, silica is the most abundant element on Earth. It is also a natural carrier of oxygen, which acts as an anti-inflammatory in skin. Silica acts as a precursor to collagen, which is crucial for maintaining healthy skin and barrier function.

  • Chamomile

    Chamomile has been used for centuries as a calming tonic, both applied topically and taken as a tea or tincture. Our chamomile flower extract soothes and calms irritated skin.

  • Oat Kernel Oil

    Cold-pressed Oat Kernel oil contains a high content of natural ceramides, making it an extremely nourishing yet fast absorbing oil. Excellent for irritated skin conditions such as eczema and rosacea.

  • Blue Vervain

    Vervain, also commonly known as Verbena, has astringent and anti-inflammatory properties which help to remove toxins from the skin. It has historically been called Herb of the Cross or Holy Wort due to the legend that the wounds of Jesus were dressed with Blue Vervain after his crucification. 

  • Plantain Leaf

    Plantain leaf is a skin and wound healer. It is commonly thought of as a weed and grows in the cracks of sidewalks and backyards. In Western folk medicine it has traditionally been used as a bandaid or drawing herb, chewed up and applied to bites and wounds. It contains a high presence of allantoin which soothes skin and promotes the growth of new cells.

  • Date Seed Extract

    Recent research has shown date palm seed extract to have free-radical scavaging properties, which not only protects skin from environmental factors but also improves skin natural defenses against oxidative stress.

  • Murumuru butter

    Murumuru butter is considered to be a vegetable silicone with natural antifungal and antibacterial properties. It provides moisture and forms a breathable film on the skin to protect from environmental damage and pollution. It contains 45% Lauric acid which soothes and provides anti-inflammatory enefits to skin.

  • Black Cumin Seed

    Black cumin seed oil is one of the top oils for the treatment of acne due to its high content of vitamin A and anti-inflammatory compounds. It helps fade dark spots, heal scars, and reduce the presence of bacteria in the skin.