The following information is a compilation of personal experience, study, and research. it is not our intent to diagnose or treat any condition or replace any current medical treatments. each individual must consider the possible effects of any substance for themselves. please be sure to research; consult your intuition, your health care practitioner, and other trusted sources.
brown sugar gently exfoliates the skin.
calendula (officinalis) is astringent, antiseptic, anti fungal, and antibacterial. its flowers are reported to bloom at the new moon.
cocoa butter is one of the main ingredients in chocolate! it’s also a natural moisturizer that enhances the skin’s elasticity.
coffee is reported to heal many skin ailments including allergies, acne, and wrinkles.
essential oils are so anti fungal, anti microbial, and antibacterial, their use in large amounts can alter the stomach’s digestive action. also, did you know it takes pounds and tons of plant material to make one ounce of oil? Read more about that here.
flowers such as rose, calendula, and lavender are included in fresh face wash. lavender is a well known anti-infective and mood elevator. roses are astringent and tonifying, not to mention gorgeous.
fresh plants including plantain (Plantago major), red clover (Trifolium pratense), dandelion (Taraxacum officinale), lemon balm (Melissa officinalis); rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) are infused into olive oil for at least six weeks to provide excellent skin healing benefits.
grains such as oats are included in fresh face wash to soften and moisturize skin.
honey has been used for thousands of years as a natural wound healer and beauty treatment. it has anti-microbial properties, which means it inhibits the growth of certain bacteria, and is a natural antioxidant, protecting the skin from UV rays.
sea salts used in float soaking salts contain trace minerals that are absorbed through the skin as you soak away tension and muscle stress.
shea butter is collected by boiling, drying, and grinding the pit from inside the fruit of the long-living african mangifolia tree, making it an abundant and renewable natural resource. this butter contains vitamins a and e which makes it highly effective for skin regeneration. shea butter has also been indicated for easing muscle strain.