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Magnesium is a vital mineral for our lives. Necessary for over 300 enzymatic functions in our bodies. Essential for almost every organ and body system to maintain optimal physiologic function. It is necessary for over 300 enzymatic functions in our bodies which regulate multiple systems including a regular heart rhythm, strong skeletal development, maintenance of musculature and nervous system, protein synthesis, healthy digestion and metabolism, including regulation of blood sugar. Important for: Nerve function, Muscle function, Heart function, Protein synthesis, Bone development, DNA and RNA synthesis, Calcium and potassium absorption/transport. About one third to half of the population is deficient in Magnesium! A high stress lifestyle, unhealthy diet and some medications can all affect magnesium levels in the body. The human body contains about 20-28 grams of magnesium. 59% is stored in bone, about 40% is in soft tissue and musculature and only 1% is found circulating in the blood stream. It is very easily absorbed through the skin, but without greasy or sticky sensation.

Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride

Caprylic Capric Triglycerides are a specific fraction of coconut / palm oil fatty acids resulting in only the more stable, and skin loving, caprylic & capric fatty acids which creates a dry, silky oil form of esters. Caprylic Capric Triglycerides are produced by the esterification of glycerol (plant sugars) with mixtures of caprylic (C:8) and capric (C:10) fatty acids from coconut or palm kernel oils.  The special combination, and esterification, are responsible for the silky oil feel. This is a specialized process used to achieve the skin benefits of the specific fatty acid esters that also results in superior oxidative stability, low color, and odor, as it is then further refined to remove residual fatty acids resulting in a pure ester, with a silky oil feel, that is a great choice for sensitive skin and oil free applications.


Stearyl alcohol is a organic fatty alcohol derived from coconut oil, used as an emollient and to help keep other ingredients intact in a formulation. It is true that some alcohols, like ethyl or rubbing alcohol, can be extremely drying to the skin. The opposite is true for stearyl alcohol, which is well known to effectively condition and soften the skin and hair. Helps to improve the texture of products, reduce moisture loss from the skin and protect the skin from allergens and bacteria.

Maranta Arundinacea Root Powder / Arrowroot
Arrowroot powder is a natural powdered root starch that is white in color and very lightweight. It is derived from the tropical South American plant Maranta arundinacea. The plant was given the name “Arrowroot” because it was once used to treat those injured with wounds from poisoned arrows. It is generally used as a substitute for cornstarch, which is highly processed and difficult to source in non-GMO varieties. Arrowroot powder may be used as a thickening agent for gourmet dishes, and is well known for its use in crystal clear fruit glazes and jellies. Because Arrowroot powder thickens at lower temperatures than other vegetable starches, it is far less likely to burn, and it will thicken even in the presence of acidic fruits, making it the thickener of choice for fruit glazes. Arrowroot powder can also be used as a base for some of your body care formulations and it is the main ingredient for most body powders.


Cocos Nucifera Oil 

White colored waxy substance extracted from the cocoa nut, originally from islands in Indian ocean. It is solid at room temperature, but becomes liquid at 25C/82F. Due to high content of saturated fats and polyphenols (very specific form of antioxidants) it is stable and widely used in cosmetics. The polyphenols in cocoa butter have been shown to reduce the signs of aging on the skin.

Hydrogenated Rapeseed Oil

Hydrogenated rapeseed oil is a non-fragrant plant oil that's been put through the hydrogenation process. This involves adding hydrogen gas to the oil changing its texture to a semi-solid state. Used as 100% natural thickener and emulsifier of oils in cosmetic industry. On skin, hydrogenated rapeseed oil works as an emollient, thickening agent, and occlusive. It ensures skin looks and feels healthy and younger by preventing water loss, repairing skin's surface, and bolstering skin's supply of antioxidants. Sometimes erroneously referred to as canola (it has to contain at least 2% of erucic acid to be called canola).

Butyrospermum Parkii - Shea butter

Shea butter has a very high content of unsaponifiable natural lipids - emollients that impart softness, smoothness and flexibility to the skin. Shea or Karite Butter is the product of a fruit that resembles a small avocado with flavorful pulp. The inner kernel yields the butter which has been used traditionally to help alleviate rheumatism, and for its emollient and anti-inflammatory properties. Shea butter application improves and repairs the epidermis, thus creating smoother and clearer skin. It reactivates collagen synthesis to combat skin thinning and smoothes out wrinkles of photo aging due to prolonged sun exposure. Shea butter has proven to be a very strong, active, organic remedy for diminishing aging signs and reconditioning skin at any stage.


TRIETHYL CITRATE is a colorless and odorless lipophilic liquid 100% naturally derivated. It inhibits the esterase-based metabolism of sweat components which cause malodor.

Candelilla Cera / Kandelilový vosk

Candelilla wax is derived from the leaves of the small shrub native to northern Mexico and the southwestern United States, Euphorbia and Euphorbia antisyphilitica, from the family Euphorbiaceae. It is yellowish-brown, hard, brittle, aromatic, and opaque to translucent.

Simmondsia Chinensis Seed Oil / Jojoba Oil Cold Pressed

Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil and Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Wax, also called Jojoba Oil and Jojoba Wax, are natural ingredients derived from the seeds of the desert shrub, Simmondsia chinensis. (Jojoba) Seed Oil is obtained by pressing the seed kernels of an evergreen shrub native to the Sonoran and Mojave deserts of Arizona, California and Mexico. This oil is different from other common plant oils in that it is composed almost completely (97%) of wax esters of monounsaturated, straight-chain acids and alcohols with high molecular weights (carbon chain lengths from 36 to 46). This makes Jojoba Oil and its derivative Jojoba Esters more similar to wax, sebum and whale oil than to traditional vegetable oils.

Sodium Lauroyl Lactylate

Sodium Lauroyl Lactylate is a salt derived from the lauric acid ester or milk and coconut oil, and is traditionally used as a food emulsifier, although it is seen in cosmetics and personal care products because of its ability, as a lactylate, to penetrate skin easily, providing "residual moisturization, extended fragrance release, and enhanced delivery of actives. Lauric acid is known for its moisturizing abilities, and is also recognized as an acne-fighter thanks to its anti-microbial properties.

Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis Oil / Sweet Almond

Sweet Amond oil Oil is a pale, straw-colored obtained from almonds. Sweet Almond Oil is commonly used as a skin conditioning agent to lubricate and soften the skin or as a lubricant in hair products to promote shine and manageability. It acts as an emulsifying agent, binding water and oil together. This oil features a light consistency and is not oily, so it is readily absorbed by the skin. It has been included in formulas designed to reduce fine lines on the face, moisturize the skin, soothe dry, chapped lips, and relieve itching. It is a rich emollient that moisturizes the skin with renewed hydration, helping to minimize signs associated with premature aging. It creates a glow to the skin when absorbed, can be used to reduce discoloration or inflammation, or to neutralize skin and hair irritations. It is frequently used in fragrance, lipstick, sunscreen, skin care, night skin care, and cleansing formulas.

Ricinus Communis Seed Oil / Castor Oil

Castor oil is a tasteless and vegetable oil extracted from the seeds of the castor plant, scientifically known as Ricinus communis. It is rich in, which is what makes them so valuable. Castor oil improves the lymphatic function, blood flow, and thymus gland health. It promotes the production of lymphocytes in the body which helps in fighting the toxins and other bacteria present in the body. Its ricinoleic acid content and immunity boosting effects, it is often used as an effective purgative, thereby preventing inflammation.

Tocopherol / Vitamin E

Tocopherol is a naturally occurring chemical element found in a variety of foods. Referred to as vitamin E in a generic sense, since vitamin E substances are made up of tocopherol and similar elements. The most common form of this element is called alpha - tocopherol. Alpha, beta-, gamma-, and delta-tocopherol, and alpha-, beta-, gamma-, and delta-tocotrienol are the eight compounds that form vitamin E. These natural compounds are extremely high in antioxidants and shown to combat the damaging effects of things like pollution, UV, poor nutrition and aging of the skin. As a result, vitamin E is thought to have a “firming and tightening” effect on the skin. Tocopherols act as a natural preservatives, which makes them desired in natural cosmetics.

Salvia Officinalis Oil

Sage has one of the longest histories of use of any culinary or medicinal herb. Ancient Egyptians used it as a fertility drug. Used through history in various aqueous decoction to stop bleeding of wounds, cleaning of ulcers and skin sores. To suppress caughs and horseness. Applied by herbalists externally to treat sprains, swelling, ulcers, and bleeding. Sage has been used effectively for throat infections, dental abscesses, infected gums and mouth ulcers. The phenolic acids in sage are particularly potent against Staphylococcus aureus. In vitro, sage oil has been shown to be effective against both Escherichia coli and Salmonella species, and against filamentous fungi and yeasts such as Candida albicans. Sage also has an astringent action due to its relatively high tannin content and can be used in the treatment of infantile diarrhoea. Its antiseptic action is of value where there is intestinal infection.

Lavandula Angustifolia Oil 

Lavandula angustifolia is an essential-oil-bearing aromatic shrub in the Lamiaceae family (the mint family). Lavender is native to countries in the Mediterranean region, including France, Spain, and Italy through northern and eastern Africa and Middle Eastern countries to southwest Asia and southeast India. Lavandula angustifolia pleasant aroma combined with its purported health benefits make lavender essential oil a popular choice for aromatherapy and a common ingredient in cosmetics, flavors, and fragrances. The name lavender comes from the Latin verb “lavare,” meaning “to wash.” In ancient Rome, lavender was used as a bath additive. Lavender is used to flavor foods and beverages and as a fragrance ingredient in soaps and cosmetics. Lavandula angustifolia is promoted as a dietary supplement for anxiety, depression, digestive symptoms, and other conditions. It is also promoted for topical use (application to the skin) and use in aromatherapy. Among the many traditional uses for the lavender plant, those commonly cited are the purported sedative and anti-inflammatory properties. Lavender and its essential oil have been used since centuries due to antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, antidepressive, sedative, immune-stimulating. It soothes the skin and promotes the healing process.

Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf Extract

Rosemary is a fresh hardy, aromatic herb that grows natively in North America and wildly spread in many parts of the world. It carries more than two dozen antioxidants,  and remarkable antibacterial properties – more than any other herb. It’s characteristic odor and scent makes it desirable ingredient in gastronomy and cosmetic industry. Applied topically, rosemary extract can help soothe dermatitis, acne, eczema and psoriasis. Its antibacterial nature also helps to heal wounds by fighting fungal and microbial infection.

Mentha Piperita Leaf Extract

Mentha (better known as mint, from the greek word Mintha) is a genus of plants in the family species Mentha spicata. Mint is beneficial to one's health and wellness as an herbal supplement, or skin treatment.It is a powerful, gentle cleanser that is effective in clearing up acne and ridding the skin of bacteria that leads to infection. It provides relief from irritations on the skin caused by rashes, stings, and scratches. Can be found as popular flavoring in many recipes and beverages.

Curcuma Zedoaria Root Extract

Ayurvedic healers and other practitioners of traditional medicine have used both fresh and ground turmeric to treat some skin conditions, including acne and psoriasis. Also anecdotal reports suggest that eating turmeric and other foods that contain curcumin might offer benefits for acne and psoriasis sufferers.The active ingredient in turmeric, curcumin, has anti-inflammatory and disinfecting properties. It is a natural anti-inflammatory agent.

Citrus Limon Fruit Extract 

The lemon (Citrus × limon) has many health improvement properties. The crisp and tangy aroma of lemon is unmistakable and it is therefore often used to scent many different household and beauty products. Lemons are known for their very high Vitamin C content. This Vitamin C, along with other vitamins and minerals in lemons has been shown to help fight infections, boost immune system, and even promote weight loss efforts. Lemon essential oil has many health benefits and coupled with its delightful and distinctive aroma it is a highly desirable aromatherapy oil. It is a very versatile remedy for the whole body. The essential oils can be used in the following ways: they can be inhaled as aromas, taken internally if diluted, or applied topically for a variety of infectious conditions. Including mycotic (fungus and yeast) infections.

Pimpinella Anisum Fruit Extract

Throughout history, people have used Aniseed to treat a variety of ailments. Today, the seeds continue to help people around the world with ailments ranging from digestive issues to topical problems. The seeds are an excellent source of minerals like iron, magnesium, calcium, manganese, zinc, potassium and copper. These minerals are essential to cardiac, bone and blood health and are needed by the body to turn food into energy. The B-complex vitamins found in aniseed are essential to overall health. Loaded with riboflavin, pyridoxine, niacin and thiamin, the seeds can contribute to healthy levels of neuro-chemicals in the brain. The seeds and the oil they produce contain thymol, terpineol and anethole, which can be used to treat pectoral affections and coughs. When used as a lozenge, aniseed is an effective expectorant. Bronchial irritation can be soothed by drinking a tea made from the seeds, and people that suffer from spasmodic asthma may also find relief from the seeds. Drops of aniseed oil may be used in a vaporizer to clear congestion and soothe coughing. Gargling with a tea made of the seeds can also provide relief for sore throat, laryngitis or pharyngitis. A paste made from the seeds may be applied to the forehead, neck or temples to relieve headaches and migraines. A similar paste can be used to treat lice and scabies, fungal and yeast problems.

Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract

Although Aloe is about 99% water, the remaining 1% is extremely powerful and it is thought this is because the close to 100 ingredients work extremely well together (synergistically). Aloe vera contains many minerals vital to the growth process and healthy function of all the body's systems. The ingredients in Aloe can be grouped into the following categories: Vitamins, Minerals, Sugars, Enzymes, Lignins, Amino Acids, Anthraquinones, Saponins, Fatty Acids, Salicylic Acid. Aloe is an excellent treatment for skin conditions such as burns and eczema. It is often reported that burns can be healed remarkably quickly and the pain reduced very quickly with topical application of Aloe Vera to the burn area.

Ilex Paraguariensis Leaf Extract

Yerba mate is made from the naturally caffeinated and nourishing leaves of the celebrated South American rainforest holly tree (Ilex paraguariensis). For centuries, South America’s Aché Guayakí tribe have sipped yerba mate from a traditional mate gourd for its rejuvenative effects. These rainforest people find tremendous invigoration, focus, and nourishment in yerba mate.

Charcoal Powder

Activated Charcoal is light, powdery substance with highly absorbing qualities. Along with absorbing toxins, it’s also capable of absorbing and neutralizing strong smells. Regular bamboo charcoal has a surface area of 600:1; this means that every gram of bamboo is made up of roughly 600 square meters. When bamboo is “carbonized”, it’s exposed to extremely high temperatures, which double the ration to 1200:1. Making the charcoal much lighter, and more absorbent. Bamboo is one of the most sustainable plants on earth.

p-Anisic Acid

Ii is a naturally derived organic acid with antimicrobial activity. With the right pH, this organic acid unfolds it fungicidal activity.

Phenethyl Alcohol

Phenethyl Alcohol occurs naturally in the environment. It is produced by microorganisms, plants, and animals. Phenethyl Alcohol has been found in a number of natural essential oils, in food, spices and tobacco, and in undistilled alcoholic beverages, beers and wines. A natural constituent of some volatile oils rose, geranium, neroli.

Glyceryl Caprylate

100% plant derived ingredient provides moisturising properties and has strong antimicrobial activity.