Grapeseed Oil - This oil is very rich in vitamins and minerals, including natural chlorophyll, and valuable antioxidants. Highly moisturizing and great for fighting acne. This oil is very light and easily absorbed into the skin.
Coconut Oil - Coconut oil is obtained from the "copra," or dried meat of coconut. The copra is separated from the hull of the coconut. It is dried, crushed and then expressed to remove the oil. Coconut Oil is excellent as a skin moisturizer and softener. Coconut oil is said to have up to 50% lauric acid, which is a medium chain fatty acid. The fat in the oil is said to reduce the appearance of wrinkles without any irritation. Coconut oil can also help with skin problems like psoriasis, dermatitis, eczema and other skin conditions. Coconut oil is one of the most nutritious products you can put on your hair. It provides the essential proteins required for nourishing damaged hair, and rids hair of dandruff when applied to the scalp.
Argan Oil - Rich in vitamin E, carotenes, antioxidants and essential fatty acids. With its high vitamin E and fatty acid content, argan oil is the ideal product to give skin a natural boost. Due to its ability to tame frizz and give hair shine, argan oil is also commonly used as a styling agent. It makes hair more manageable and adds a healthy, attractive shine to any style.
Jojoba Oil - The structure of jojoba oil closely resembles that of the skin's sebum; therefore it is an excellent moisturizer and is ideal for all skin types. Jojoba contains myristic acid, which is anti-inflammatory. In reality, jojoba oil is not oil at all; it is a liquid wax. Since it is comprised of wax esters, it is an extremely stable substance, naturally resisting rancidity. In most cases, jojoba oil can be used on acne-prone skin without any problems and may even help control the acne. Jojoba oil is also a good choice for use on mature, aging skin and wrinkles.
Vitamin E - commonly referred to as nature’s own healing agent. Vitamin E has been cited as having positive effects on the wound healing process and possesses the ability to retard the conversion of soluble collagen to insoluble collagen (which is responsible for scar tissue formation). Vitamin E is believed to penetrate below the skin’s surface to rejuvenate damaged skin cells and promote healthy regeneration of scarred skin. Vitamin E is also believed to help the skin overcome the harmful effects of the sun. It helps to preserve the health and the integrity of the skin and it prevents premature signs of aging.