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Herbal oil

Our Ingredients

The Essential Oils

Cedarwood Atlas

Cedrus Atlantica

Cedarwood forest trees green tall

Cedarwood Atlas Essential Oil has natural anti-inflammatory, antifungal, and antibacterial properties, making it ideal for soap. It is also known to help treat irritated skin, acne, and eczema.

Clary Sage

Salvia Sclarea

Field of clary sage in the early morning

Clary Sage Essential Oil is suited for both oily and dry skin types. Its balancing properties stabilize the production of natural oil and sebum to prevent acne breakouts. It contains an ester called linalyl acetate. This powerful compound works to reduce skin inflammation, heal the epidermis and soothe skin.

Cedarwood Virginia

Juniperus Virginiana

Green branch of juniperus virginiana or red cedar or eastern redcedar or virginian juniper

Cedarwood Virginia Essential Oil has antiseptic, astringent, and anti-seborrhoeic (sebum controlling) properties which can be beneficial in treating acne, oily skin, dandruff, and seborrhoeic eczema.


Mentha Piperita

Peppermint or Mentha x piperita

Peppermint Essential Oil cleanses the skin and has antiseptic and antibacterial properties. It also helps with inflammation due to it's cooling effect on your skin. It's also a natural remedy for soothing bug bites, rashes, acne, and pruritus. 

Pine Needle

Pinus Sylvestris

New growth on Scots or Scotch pine tree branch Pinus sylvestris. Young evergreen coniferou

Pine Essential Oil is known to soothe itchiness, inflammation, and dryness, and even helps prevent perspiration. It also has anti-aging properties and can enhance circulation in the skin. 

Rose Absolute

Rosa Damascene

Close up Pink Rose flower

Rose Essential Oil has a variety of vitamins, antioxidants, and minerals and its oil are fantastic for tackling dry skin. It also offers astringent properties, making it an excellent combatant of acne, redness, and inflammation.


Santalum Austrocaledonicum

Red sandalwood chips

Sandalwood Essential Oil is packed full of skin nourishing properties that can help improve skin elasticity, even skin tone, soothe eczema & psoriasis, and can even help with acne. It also contains a natural skin lighting agent that can help even out dark spots.


Lavandula Hybrida

Bee on Lavender (lavandin) plant fields in Valensole Plateau of the Alps in Haute Provence

Lavandin Essential Oil is similar to lavender but known to have a stronger scent and is more penetrating with its benefits. It's considered to be beneficial for inflammation and helps increase blood flow. It also has anti-aging properties that improve the skin's firmness.

Australian Tea Tree

Melaleuca Alternifolia

Growing green Australian tea tree

Tea Tree Essential Oil contains properties that can help regulate oily skin and improve the appearance of blemishes. It can also eliminate age spots, as well as diminish the appearance of wrinkle. Tea tree oil is said to minimize the appearance of raised (hypertrophic) scars, but most acne scars develop below the surface of the skin.


Pogostemon Cablin

fresh patchouli plant, fresh herb

Patchouli Essential Oil is revered for its use in skin cell regeneration. It helps heal wounds, reduces wrinkles, scars, and blemishes, and helps with skin aging. 


Citrus Limon

Focus on the lower lemons (Citrus limon) looking healthy and fresh, hanging from a tree in

Lemon Essential Oil has antiseptic properties. It helps to restore the skin's natural balance and reduce excess sebum. Furthermore, Lemon Oil has beneficial effects on skin that suffers from breakouts as it helps to purify and cleanse the epidermis.

Egyptian Geranium

Pelargonium Graveolens

Close up of a Pelargonium Graveolens or Rose Geranium flower

Geranium Essential Oil has antibacterial & anti-inflammatory properties which are excellent at battling acne. It also helps cleanse your pores of dirt and bacteria causing the acne in the first place. 

Roman Chamomile

Anthemis Nobilis

Roman chamomile flowers

With powerful anti-inflammatory properties, Roman Chamomile Essential Oil is a wonder ingredient to help soothe your complexion. Whether it's rosacea, irritation, acne, or any other skin concerns, Chamomile Oil is a great natural remedy to calm your skin.

Clove Bud

 Syzygium Aromaticum

Clove fruit is one of the income of Indonesian farmers and is also a major source in terms

Clove Bud Essential Oil has powerful anti-aging properties that can help reduce the sagginess of the skin and prevents the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It can also help increase blood circulation by removing the dead skin cells which ensures youthful, radiant-looking skin. 


Eucalyptus Globulus

Close-up of Eucalyptus globulus (Serres de la Madone) fruits - near Câmara de Lobos, Madei

Eucalyptus Essential oil is most famous for helping to treat and prevent acne. Eucalyptus also boosts circulation, a critical element for healthy vibrance and glow. Anti-inflammatory properties reduce redness and other inflammatory conditions, making the oil a super skin soother.

Japanese Peppermint

Mentha Arvensis

Clusters of small purple flowers of Japanese mint, Corn mint, Field mint (Mentha Canadensi

Japanese Peppermint oil or Corn Mint Oil has a calming effect on the muscles, joints, and the belly. Cornmint Oil penetrates through the skin surface and stimulates the development of stronger and healthier hair by stimulating hair follicles and by making blood circulation better.

Pink Grapefruit

Citrus Paradisi

sliced fresh pink grapefruits

Pink Grapefruit Essential Oil stimulates circulation in the skin and scalp, promoting healthy hair growth. Grapefruit Oil cleanses the scalp and hair from wax buildup. It also helps treat oily skin, soothe itchy scalp, abolish dandruff, and adds a lustrous shine to your hair.

Tunisian Rosemary

Rosmarinus Officinalis

blossoming rosemary plants in the herb garden

Rosemary Essential Oil is beyond stimulating for hair growth! Rosemary is used to prevent premature graying and dandruff. It's known to help darken already grey hair. Also has anti-inflammatory properties for your scalp and improves circulation.

Bulgarian Lavender

Lavandula Angustifolia

Bulgarian lavender fields

Lavender Essential Oil is the number one essential oil when it comes to healing your skin. It is anti-inflammatory, antifungal, and antimicrobial. It can reduce discoloration, including dark spots. Lavender oil helps lessen blotchiness and redness, as well as help heals minor cuts and scrapes.


Citrus Sinensis

The fruit of the orange tree

Orange Essential Oil is packed with beneficial properties for your skin. It's antibacterial and antiviral which helps fight acne and reduces large pores. Orange oil also increases blood circulation and helps reduce dark spots and helps your skin control oil production. 


Citrus Latifolia

Green limes on a tree. Lime is a hybrid citrus fruit, which is typically round, about 3-6

Lime Essential Oil helps clear acne while helping promote new skin cell turnover. It also helps alleviate excess oil from the skin and helps improve the appearance of dark spots.

Ylang Ylang

Cananga Odorata

Ylang ylang flower from the Cananga odorata tree

Ylang Ylang Essential Oil has hydrating properties that aid in maintaining the skin's oil production and keeps it well-nourished. Its natural antiseptic properties could even heal any kind of cuts or cracks caused by excessively dry skin.

Frankincense Serrata

Boswellia Serrata

Frankincense tree growing in a desert

Frankincense Essential Oil is a powerful astringent, meaning it helps protect your skin cells and can help reduce acne blemishes. It also can help reduce large pores which can prevent wrinkles. 


Mentha Spicata

fresh green spearmint in the garden

Spearmint Essential Oil has powerful antioxidant qualities that help with the appearance of wrinkles and discoloration. It also works well as an antiseptic for wounds and helps you heal faster. 

The Carrier Oils

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Olea Europaea

Olive on a branch

Olive Oil is a powerhouse when it comes to benefits for your skin and it's no wonder that it's one of the main ingredients in our soap. It's packed with healthy vitamins, fats, and antioxidants that all contribute to a healtherir skin. It gently cleanses the skin while hydrating and protecting even the most sensitive skin. It helps repair damaged skin tissue and its powerful antioxidants help combat aging.

Coconut Oil

Cocos Nucifera

Young coconut fruits on tree

Coconuts are awesome! Coconut Oil is great for everything. It hydrates, protects, smooths the skin, and even calms the temporary redness of the skin caused by irritation. It's full of antioxidants and easily absorbs into the skin and traps the moisture inside, keeping it supple and hydrated. 

Shea Butter

Vitellaria Paradoxa

closeup of shea butter and shea nuts

Shea Butter has high concentrations of skin-nurishing fatty acids and vitamins that make it an ideal ingredient in soap. It helps soften and smooth dry skin as well as help reduce swelling. It gives your skin a boost of moisture and can also help heal cuts and scrapes. It's even known to help fade scars. 

Castor Oil

Ricinus Communis

Castor oil seeds, dry whole capsules and husks from castor oil capsules on a wooden surfac

Castor Oil is known for its extreme moisturizing properties and what most people don't know is it helps give a great lather to cold process soap. Not only is it antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, acne-reducing, and hydrating, but it also helps cleanse the free radicals from your skin. Castor oil is also packed full of fatty acids and actually draws in moister from the air that helps feed your skin all while not clogging your pores. 

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