100% natural Cocoa Butter
1. natural antioxidants
2. naturally rich in Vitamin E
3. contains cocoa mass polyphenol
4. aromatherapy promoting relaxation and the feeling of well-being
5. superb moisturizer
Organic Coconut Oil
1. High in anti-oxidants. It penetrates skin tissue protecting and preventing against the formation of free
2. soothes and moisturizes, dry skin
3. helps eliminate athlete’s foot
4. reduces chronic skin inflammation
5. assist in treating psoriasis, eczema, and dermatitis
Organic Palm Oil
1. contains toctrienols, which are members of the vitamin E family
2. fights free radicals that damage the skin
3. heals and protects
4. high in beta carotene
5. deep moisturizing properties
Organic Olive Oil
1. contains a natural moisturizer, called squalene
2. contains chlorophyll
3. A and E vitamins,
4. as well as some polyphenols
5. good internally and topically
Organic Sunflower Oil
1, 2, 3, 4 & 5. high amounts of Vitamins A, B, D and E, minerals, lecithin, insulin, and unsaturated fatty
Organic Almond Oil
1. refreshing fragrance which has positive impacts on your senses.
2. vitamin E in abundance
3. great emollient properties
4. keeps the PH of the skin at normal level
There are a few oils I won't use.
The first one is lard. Not always but most of the time lard does not make a good lather and it does leave an odd smell unless you use a strong fragrance oil.
Soybean oil. If it's not good to eat it's not good for your skin!
Canola oil. Again if it's not good for your insides it's not good for your outsides.
These are my opinions and only reflect my personal convictions.
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