Aloe Vera Oil Argan Oil Avocado Oil BioLatum Castor Oil Coconut Oil Cyclomethicone Dimethicone Grapeseed Oil Hemp Oil Jojoba Lard Macadamia Nut Oil Fractionated Coconut Oil Olive Oil Palm Oil (RSPO Certified Sustainable) Peanut Oil Rice Bran Oil Sunflower Oil Sweet Almond Oil Tamanu Oil Vitamin E

Aloe Vera Oil - Aloe Vera Oil is made from the maceration and processing of the Aloe Vera plant in soybean oil or coconut oil. This blend is thought to soothe the skin while providing glide and protecting it from outside elements. When used in lotions it adds extra moisturizing properties. Aloe Vera Oil is a great addition to many bath and body products, such as soaps, lotions, and hair care products.

Argan Oil - Argan Oil is rich in vitamin E and essential fatty acids. It’s often used to add moisturizing properties to lotions and creams, and is commonly used in hair care products for split ends

Avocado Oil - Avocado oil is thought to add moisturizing attributes and a wonderful glide to lotions, creams and massage oils. It’s rich in vitamins A, B, D, and E, and the high levels of fatty acids make it great for lotion, body butter, and conditioner as well.

BioLatum - BioLatum is a natural, botanically-based alternative to synthetic petrolatum, and contains wholesome skin conditioning ingredients. It creates an intensive moisturized feel that relieves roughness and dry skin.

Castor Oil - This thick liquid is extracted from the castor bean plant. Castor Oil is thought to act as a humectant as it draws moisture to itself, making it great in body soaps, lotions and lip balms. It also provides a wonderful glide to products.

Coconut Oil - Coconut oil is one of the most common raw materials used in the soap and cosmetic industry. Coconut oil is very cleansing and produces large bubbles when used in soap; however, it’s so cleansing that it can be drying to sensitive skin. In lotions it adds hydration and moisturization to dry skin.

Cyclomethicone - Cyclomethicone is light, synthetic silicone oil that provides excellent lubrication in lotions without leaving an oily film. Its high evaporation rate also makes it ideal as a base for room and body sprays.

Dimethicone - Dimethicone is a silicone oil derived from silica. When added to bath and body products it creates a barrier on the skin that protects it and locks in moisture, but won’t clog pores. It has excellent skin conditioning properties in lotions, and is beneficial to conditioners for dry, damaged hair.

Grapeseed Oil - This oil leaves your skin feeling silky smooth. It has a lightweight and thin texture, and it’s high in lineoleic acid and antioxidants.

Hemp Oil - Hemp Seed oil has excellent glide without being greasy and feels great on the skin. It penetrates quickly, and is considered one of the “driest” natural oils available. Additionally, hemp seed oil is an amazing source of fatty acids which help keep the skin hydrated all day long.

Jojoba - Jojoba Oil is a great oil to use in body oils, lip balms and lotion bars because it is an array of wax esters that leave the skin feeling smooth and silky. One of the only oils that is able to penetrate the pores of the nail plate, it is a must-have ingredient for effective cuticle oils and nail treatments.

Lard - Used primarily in soap making, lard produces a creamy, moisturizing lather and a hard bar of soap that will last longer in the shower. Filled with saturated fats, lard soap is extremely nourishing to the skin.

Macadamia Nut Oil - Macadamia Nut Oil is a very versatile oil that is a great addition to many handmade cosmetics. It contains squalene and oleic acid that assists with cell regeneration, making this oil particularly useful for dry or chapped skin as it softens and moisturizes. It’s great in massage oils because it does not stain the skin or clothing.

Mid Chain Triglycerides (Fractionated Coconut Oil) - An excellent emollient that provides a smooth and silky feel to products, and is easily absorbed into the skin. All natural, derived from coconut oil.

Olive Oil - Available in Pomace, Pure, and Extra Virgin. Olive oil is a thick oil that moisturizes the skin and creates creamy lather in soaps. High in oleic acid, olive oil makes the skin feel soft and moisturized.

Palm Oil (RSPO Certified Sustainable) - When used in soap, Palm Oil helps harden the bars and creates luxurious lather. It provides a thick, luxurious texture to lotions and creams, and adds hydrating properties to your formulations.

Peanut Oil - Peanut oil is an occlusive oil, meaning it locks moisture into the skin. The major allergen in peanuts does not transfer during the processing of peanuts into oil, thus, the use of these ingredients in cosmetic products does not represent an allergy concern for most people with peanut allergies. However, allergy concerns should be noted when using this oil.

Rice Bran Oil - Rich in vitamin E and antioxidants, and it has a thick and moisturizing consistency when added to soaps and lotions. It is non-comedogenic, and absorbs quickly, which makes it great for face care products.

Sunflower Oil - Natural Sunflower Oil is thought to have excellent penetrating qualities and good spread-ability on the skin, making it ideal as a massage oil or as a carrier oil for cosmetics and treatment products. Sunflower oil is rich in essential fatty acids and vitamin E, making it one of the more cost-effective oils available.

Sweet Almond Oil - Full of fatty acids, and having a lightweight and moisturizing consistency, sweet almond oil is thought to have excellent penetrating qualities and good spread-ability on the skin, making it ideal as a massage oil or as a carrier oil for cosmetics and treatment products.

Tamanu Oil - Tamanu oil has a lightweight, moisturizing consistency that absorbs quickly into the skin, and it’s packed with essential fatty acids. It’s a perfect, luxury addition to lotions, creams, and soaps.

Vitamin E - Vitamin E is an excellent antioxidant, and is a must-have for bath and body products that contain oils because it prevents rancidity and increases shelf-life.