Soybean oil is one of the base
oils in all of our soaps. It is an excellent source of Vitamin E and is beneficial for all skin types.
Coconut oil is another of the base oils used in all of our soaps. It is very good for dry, itchy, sensitive skin
and will not clog pores.
Extra Virgin Olive oil:
Extra virgin olive oil is the third of our base oils
in all of our soaps. It is an excellent moisturizer and is also good for rheumatic conditions and inflamed skin.
Recent studies have also shown that extra virgin olive oil reverses UV ray damage when applied to the skin after exposure.
This oil is made by infusing calendula petals
in oil. Calendula is most recognized for its ability to heal wounds and abrasions. It is extremely good for skin that has
been exposed to sun and wind.
Castor oil is rich in fatty acids and is very
soothing and lubricating to the skin. It acts as a humectant attracting moisture to the skin.
Sweet Almond Oil:
Sweet almond oil is an excellent skin lubricant and is rich in portein, vitamins, and minerals. It is especially nourishing
for dry or inflamed conditions.
Wheatgerm oil is rich in proteins, vitamins, and especiallly
vitamin E. It stimulates tissue regeneration and, therefore, can make it very effective for aging skin, wrinkles, scars, and
stretch marks. It is known for its antioxidant properties.
Jojoba oil is actually a liquid wax. It contains more than four times
the waxy esters found in human sebum (the natural moisturizing oils secreted by your skin). Jojoba oil is a moisturizer, a
humectant, and has antioxidant properties. It comes from the bean of the jojoba shrub or tree, an evergreen, native
to the desert regions of the American Southwest and Northern Mexico.
Ti Tree Oil:
It would take five pages to list all the redeeming
qualities of ti tree oil. It's antibiotic, antiseptic, antiviral, a bactericide, cicatrizant, an expectorant, fungicide, insecticide
Macadamia Nut Oil:
Macadamia Nut Oil is cold-pressed from the nut of the Macadamia
tetraphyla tree, found mainly on the Hawaiian islands. It closely resembles human sebum. It has a high level
of palmitoleic acid, which plays a very important role in protecting cell membranes from lipid peroxidation, which can lead
to cell death. The use of this oil for cosmetic purposes can help to protect the skin from this ill effect, especially
in the case of excessive exposure to the sun.