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The Magic that is Shea Butter

Photo by Christian Mackie: https://www.mackiec.ca/ What is Shea Butter?  Shea butter is a fantastic, anti-inflammatory moisturizer that has a mult...

Did You Know?: Bay Laurel

Photo Courtesy of: Wikipedia      Bay Laurel comes from the Laurus nobilis tree. Bay Laurel Essential Oil is a powerful essential oil contributing...

Did You Know?: Dihydrogen Monoxide

    Dihydrogen Monoxide is certainly one of our most widely used ingredients in soap making. To be completely blunt, we can’t really say we don’t ...

Frequently Asked Questions

  This page will share some of the most commonly asked questions we've had to date. Hopefully, these will provide some answers for you if you have...

The Healing Luxury of Milk Baths

This wintry season, as snowy weather encroaches, many of us are left with tight, flaky, itchy, dry, and generally peeved skin. The blustery condit...

The Potent Capabilities of Lemongrass

Photo: Courtesy of Wikipedia  There is research that supports the anti-fungal capabilities of lemongrass (a.k.a cymbopogon). Also, certain species...

Argan Oil | The Perfect Oil For Your Skin!

Photo: Courtesy of Wikipedia Oh, the good ole Argania Spinosa (Argan)! We are currently at odds between this oil and Neem Seed Oil as our favorite...

The Magical Power of Mango Butter

Photo: Courtesy of Wikipedia  ✨✨Mango Butter is such an active ingredient; which is why it’s used in many of our products such as our Midnight Act...

Shea Butter is a skin loving ingredient!

  Did you know Butyrospermum Parkii; also known as Shea Butter, is indigenous to Africa? It is also a superb choice for ret...

Parabens are no good for your skin!

  Parabens are endocrine disruptors; nasty chemicals added to skin care and hygiene products such as: shampoos, conditioners, soaps, makeup, to...

Coconut Milk as a skin care additive

  Did you know that not only does coconut milk provide excellent moisturizing and anti-aging capabilities but it is also good for anti-inflammatio...

Incorporating Clays into Your Skincare Regimen

    Natural clays have been used since earliest recorded history to heal skin.5 Clay’s popularity as a skincare ingredient has remained consistent...
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