Our Ingredients

Neem- Neem oil is from the Neem Tree and has a very distinctive scent. Neem has excellent wound and skin healing properties and a mild desensitizing quality which can alleviate the itching and discomfort associated with skin conditions. Concentrated essential fatty acids in Neem help to restore moisture and elasticity to the skin, while aiding in the natural healing process.
Neem has been used for treating a variety of skin conditions for thousands of years and many consider Neem to be superior to Aloe in its healing properties. Proven effective for skin disorders including acne, eczema, psoriasis and a rash. Neem also alleviates pain associated with cuts, burns and skin irritations due to natural compounds resembling those found in aspirin.
Beneficial for both people and pets Neem can succeed where other compounds have failed.
Neem Bark - The bark of the Neem Tree is dried and ground into a powder which can then be used in skincare products for it's anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. Neem Bark also can provide a very gentle exfoliation and encourages natural skin rejuvenation.

Karanja Oil -Oil extracted from seeds of Karanja has properties similar to Neem oil with a “nutty” aroma. Karanja oil has been used extensively in the treatment of skin diseases due to the oil's antiseptic, antiparasitic and incredible cleansing properties. Historically it has been used to treat herpes, eczema, acne, scabies and psoriasis.

Olive Oil -Over 5000 years ago Egyptians discovered Olive Oil and it's varied uses. Olive oil provides excellent, nourishing properties to the skin, hair and nails. Recently the oil has been used in a wide variety of cosmetics due to the oils antioxidant benefits.

Jojoba Oil -The bean pod of the Jojoba plant produces what is typically termed “Jojoba Oil” however this “oil” is actually a liquid wax. Since jojoba oil is comprised of wax esters it is extremely stable with little, if any, natural deterioration. Jojoba Oil is non-greasy, easily absorbed into the skin and suitable for all skin types. It is used in many skincare products. Also known as the “miracle oil” for softening the skin, jojoba is very beneficial in alleviating skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema and is very well tolerated by sensitive skin conditions. Jojoba Oil promotes the growth of new skin cells resulting in faster healing times for minor conditions, wounds and irritations as well as possessing anti-bacterial properties to fight infection.

Sesame Oil -A rich, nearly odorless oil derived from tiny sesame seeds, Sesame oil has been used medicinally for literally thousands of years. Sesame Oil is a natural anti-bacterial (Protects against staphylococcus and streptococcus), anti-viral, anti-inflammatory and a powerful antioxidant (quickly penetrates the skin and will neutralize oxygen radicals). Sesame oil heals and protects areas of minor scrapes, cuts, abrasions and irritations.

Lemongrass Oil (Essential Oil)- Lemongrass Oil has a pleasant, lemony scent and is a very powerful antiseptic and bactericide. Historically this oil has been used to treat infections and fever, as well as an effective insect repellent. Lemongrass oil is a natural skin conditioner, providing soothing relief from minor skin conditions and has excellent cleansing properties. Please note, essential oils should never be used on cats.

Atlas Cedarwood Oil (Essential Oil)- Atlas Cedarwood Oil has a great warm/woody aroma. Antiseptic properties make this oil very effective for acne, rashes and hot spots. Atlas Cedarwood oil also repels insects while freshening and deodorizing your dogs coat. Please note, essential oils should never be used on cats.

Lavender Oil (Essential Oil)- Long regarded by herbalists as the most useful of essential oils, Lavender has numerous properties as an antiseptic, analgesic, bactericide and insecticide. Lavender oil can alleviate the pain of skin rashes, irritations and burns while the oil's cytophylatic properties promote rapid healing and reduced scarring of the affected areas. All of this with a sweet floral aroma. Please note, essential oils should never be used on cats.

Coconut Oil -Coconut Oil softens the skin, protects against damage and promotes healing. It may even help to restore damaged skin, as the oil is easily absorbed into the cell structure of connective tissues and strengthens the underlying tissues. Coconut Oil also moisturizes and lubricates the skin and helps prevent drying and cracking.

Vitamin E -Vitamin E helps keep skin soft and improves skin moisture by offsetting dryness caused by aging and environmental conditions. Vitamin E may also decrease the effects of psoriasis and similar skin conditions.

Aloe Vera -Probably the most widely used of natural ingredients aloe is comprised of more than seventy-five compounds, including: polysaccharides (complex carbohydrates), steroids, organic acids, enzymes, antibiotic agents, amino acids and minerals. Aloe may help relieve itching and swelling and helps soothe skin injured by burns, cuts, irritations and insect bites in addition to its famous reputation in relieving sunburn.

Sea Salts -Sea Salts are literally loaded with therapeutic minerals which are easily absorbed into the skin, increasing the healing process, boosting blood circulation and promoting smooth, glowing skin.