Activated Charcoal Allantoin Powder Camphor CBD Isolate Citric Acid Colloidal Oatmeal Epsom Salt Espresso Grounds European Sea Salt Goat Milk Powder Ground Oats Himalayan Salt Honey Powder Lactic Acid Menthol Poppy Seeds Probiotics Raw Honey Tapioca Starch Turmeric Tussah Silk Witch Hazel Zinc Ricinoleate
Activated Charcoal - Binds to dirt and oils, to help clarify skin and reduce the appearance of pores. Can be used as a natural colorant in soaps, and also works to control odor when used in a natural deodorant.
Allantoin Powder - Helps relieve irritated, dry skin. Use allantoin in lotions, balms, creams and more for its perceived benefits and added label appeal.
Camphor - When applied to the skin, camphor produces a cooling effect, which makes it a perfect additive for foot soaks and creams, or soothing lotions.
CBD Isolate - CBD oil also has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties which help lessen the visible signs of aging skin and/or acne. By counteracting free-radical damage, CBD anti-aging creams may be able to help visibly diminish issues like wrinkles, skin dullness, and ruddy skin tone. Additionally, studies have found that CBD helps suppress acne breakouts by regulating oil production of the sebaceous glands.
Citric Acid - When combined with sodium bicarbonate, it produces the chemical reaction that leads to the fizz in bath bombs. Our Citric Acid is derived from corn, and is commonly used in cosmetic formulas to create a more balanced and neutralized pH.
Colloidal Oatmeal - Colloidal Oatmeal creates a barrier against the skin when used in skincare products. The hydrated granules of oatmeal adhere to the surface of the skin and provide a film attracting humidity and reducing friction. This product is great for sensitive or irritated skin, and can be used in soaps, oatmeal baths, face masks and lotions.
Epsom Salt - Dissolved in a bath, Epsom Salt is absorbed through the skin to replenish the body's levels of magnesium. Epsom Salts are famously used to relax the body, ease pain, and improve circulation.
Espresso Grounds - Used as an exfoliate, espresso grounds scrub away dry skin while imparting antiaging benefits. Additionally, the caffeine in the grounds temporarily constricts the skin, making it look firmer and younger.
European Sea Salt - European Spa Salt is thought to be of the purest salts in the world because it is solar evaporated and harvested from the pristine waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Produced using solar evaporation, these salts can be used in exfoliating soaps, salt scrubs, bath salts and foot soaks.
Goat Milk Powder - Goat’s milk is a natural emollient used in cosmetics to nourish and moisturize skin. Goat's Milk Powder works great in soap, bath soaks, facial care, and lotion.
Ground Oats - Used as an exfoliate, ground oats are a gentle way to polish and smooth the skin. It’s perfect for use in soaps, facial cleansers, and scrubs.
Himalayan Salt - Available in fine or coarse grinds, Himalaya Salt is known for its rich minerals that detoxify and stimulates the skin. It can be used in bath salts or scrubs for polished, beautiful skin.
Honey Powder - Honey Powder is a powder produced from pure, natural, liquid honey. It is a natural sweetener in lip products with a light yellow color. Honey Powder is a great addition to your creams, lip balms, soaps, and face masks.
Lactic Acid - The only alpha hydroxy acid approved for over the counter use, lactic acid has been shown to promote smoother, younger looking skin by increasing the rate of cell renewal, improving skin texture and tone.
Menthol - Derived from peppermint, menthol has a range of invigorating and soothing properties that make it a versatile ingredient in health and beauty products. Menthol’s ability to produce a cooling sensation on the skin makes it an extremely useful ingredient in after sun creams and lotions.
Poppy Seeds - Used as an exfoliate, poppy seeds are perfect in soaps and scrubs as a medium level scrub. The rounded seed doesn’t scratch delicate skin as it polishes away dead cells.
Probiotics - Topical probiotics promote better moisture absorption and aid in delaying the signs of aging, and they also contain nourishing properties that soothe sun-damaged skin. In products such as deodorants, they help control moisture and odor.
Raw Honey - Honey is used as a moisturizer, a humectant, an antibacterial, in cosmetic formulations. It can act as an antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and possesses antioxidant properties that are particularly suitable for sensitive skin.
Tapioca Starch - This form of tapioca starch has been specially treated to lock in oil. It gives a soft, silky feel to lotion formulas and absorbs fragrance oil in dry bath products allowing it to release into the bath water. Use in milk baths, bath salts, lotions, lotion bars and deodorants.
Turmeric - For hundreds of years, people around the world have linked turmeric to healing properties and cosmetic benefits. It contains antioxidants and anti-inflammatory components, which may bring out the natural glow and luster from the skin.
Tussah Silk - Primarily used in soap, it adds luxurious lather and feels soft and silky on the skin. Use this to elevate your soaps into a luxury product.
Witch Hazel - In cosmetics and personal care products, witch hazel functions as a skin conditioning agent. It enhances the appearance of dry or damaged skin, helps to reduce flaking, and restores the suppleness of skin.
Zinc Ricinoleate - Zinc Ricinoleate is an odor absorber and a key ingredient in most deodorant formulations. It traps and absorbs odor without leaving a sticky or oily residue.