Ingredients

Aloe Vera

Marvelous skin-healing benefits and is soothing for dry, damaged skin. Relieves inflammation, reduces redness, and soothes itching.

Tea Tree Oil

Antiseptic properties and helps to unblock sebaceous glands and encourage the flow of body’s own moisturizing oils. Helps wash away flakes associated with cradle-cap.

Shea Butter

Rich in Vitamin A and Vitamin E. Its properties are known to soothe and heal skin allergies, insect bites, sunburns and other minor skin conditions.

Witch Hazel

A North American shrub, in which the leaves and bark are used for medicinal purposes. Witch hazel helps to relieve itching, discomfort, irritation and burning.

Olive Oil

Olive Oil has a long history of being used as a home remedy for skincare. It contains antioxidants and good fats, which help to heal the skin. Olive Oil is an excellent moisturizer for soothing parched skin.

Lavender

Respiratory relief is one of the most commonly reported benefits of Lavender Oil. Lavender Oil induces sleep and helps to calm and relax the body. It also helps to treat symptoms of cough, cold and influenza.

Jojoba Oil

A non greasy oil that helps to nourish the skin and prevent dryness. Jojoba Oil has anti-inflammatory properties, which help to reduce inflammation caused by dryness and other skin problems.

Oatmeal

Oatmeal has great anti-irritant and anti-inflammatory properties. It is known for its soothing and moisturizing properties.

Cocoa Butter

A thick, highly moisturizing butter that makes skin soft and supple while offering a smooth protective layer.

Chamomile

Marvelous skin-healing benefits and is soothing for dry, damaged skin. Relieves inflammation, reduces redness, and soothes itching.

Almond Oil

Rich in protein and has moisturizing and nourishing properties that help improve elasticity of skin.  Almond oil is also a good source of Vitamin D.

Calendula

Calendula has anti-viral and anti-inflammatory properties. It is used topically for reducing inflammation and soothing irritated tissue. Calendula is also known as pot marigold.