nature’s best ingredients

We believe we’re only as great as our ingredients, which is why for 35 years, we’ve sourced and harvested the most powerful ingredients on Earth in a sustainable and ecologically-responsible manner. From the premium-quality Tea Tree Oils of Australia to the rich Jojoba of Peru, our ingredients are selected based on their effectiveness and purity to bring you the results and peace of mind you deserve. Discover the best natural ingredients for your skin, hair and body, and find products that work in harmony with you and the planet.
  • Almond

    High in healthy fats, proteins, and vitamins A, B, and E, Almond Oil delivers moisture and nourishment to hair and skin without causing buildup or blocking pores. It’s also rich in antioxidants, which helps fight free radicals.

  • Aloe Vera

    Originating in North Africa, the extract of the succulent Aloe Vera plant is widely used in personal care products because of its naturally soothing and rejuvenating properties. Commonly used as a topical ingredient for burns or irritation, it helps moisturize dry skin as it nourishes with vitamins C and E.

  • Arabica coffee oil

    Known for its skin-revitalizing properties, this oil extracted from the seeds of the Coffee arabica plant is one of the richest botanical sources of antioxidants. A high level of polyphenols helps protect skin from environmental stressors, giving this natural oil rejuvenating and skin toning effects.

  • Argan Oil

    Native to Morocco and extracted from the kernels of the Argan tree, Argan Oil is traditionally harvested by hand and is packed with antioxidants to help fight free radicals. Because Argan Oil is rich in essential fatty acids and vitamin C, which are easily absorbed, it is incredibly effective at restoring nutrients and moisture to hair, skin, and nails.

  • Bamboo

    Known for its resilience and versatility, Bamboo shoots and stem fibers are also natural exfoliants. This makes it a powerful, safe cleansing agent for teeth that helps fight stains naturally for a brighter, healthier smile.

  • Black Oat

    Naturally soothing and moisturizing, Black Oats were historically grown throughout Europe in the wintertime, but are now most commonly found in Brazil. They are rich in water-retaining substances and amino acids that help support skin and hair’s natural moisturizing abilities, making it an ideal source of nourishment for dry or damaged hair in need of replenishment.

  • Black Tea

    Because it is so rich in antioxidants, polyphenols and tannins, black tea is a natural skin care powerhouse that helps fight free radicals and boost skin’s natural radiance. Vitamins B2, C, E and magnesium, potassium and zinc are just a few other essential nutrients it helps deliver.

  • bulgarian lavender oil

    One of the purest Lavender Oils, the Bulgarian species is used in aromatherapy and massages for its soothing effect and its ability to relieve muscle tension. This fragrant natural oil moisturizes the skin, leaving a light, delicious aroma.

  • Chamomile

    Sweet and daisy-like, chamomile is a calming, soothing herb that is ideal for sensitive skin because of its reported antioxidant properties. High levels of apigenin, luteoline, and quercetin in chamomile give it soothing properties that help relieve dry skin.

  • coconut Oil

    Rich in the antioxidant vitamin E, Coconut Oil is known to help strengthen hair and protect it from environmental stressors. Quickly absorbed into both hair and skin to nourish as it delivers a delicious burst of hydration, Coconut Oil’s light, tropical scent makes it a natural favorite.

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    Coconut Shampoo

  • Cucumber

    Packed with antioxidants, vitamin C and beta-carotene, Cucumber extracts are well-known for their calming, cooling effect on skin Ascorbic and caffeic acids in Cucumber help diminish water retention while the vegetable’s natural juices help skin look and feel softer and more radiant.

  • Fennel

    Native to southern Europe and the Mediterranean, Fennel is a celery-like vegetable that has been used since ancient times as a breath freshener. It’s rich in Vitamin C, K2, folic acid, magnesium, and calcium, which are essential for dental health.

  • Ginger

    Full of antioxidants properties, Ginger root extracts help fight free radicals as they help brighten and even skin tone. Zesty and invigorating, they’re also rich in zinc, which helps restore moisture to dry skin and hair.

  • Jojoba Oil

    Extracted from a shrub native to hot, dry climates, Jojoba Oil most closely matches the body’s natural sebum and is easily absorbed without leaving a residue. Called Nature’s Multi-Tasker, it’s known for minimizing excessive oil, and for restoring moisture and balance to hair and scalp.

  • Lemon Oil

    This fresh citrus oil is ideal for over styled or oily hair. Extracts from Lemon peel gently cleanse and remove product buildup, while its refreshing scent helps energize and revitalize.

  • Moringa oil

    Known as The Tree of Life and considered to be one of the greatest cosmetic oils discovered, Moringa is naturally rich in Essential Fatty Acids and Vitamins, A, B, C, and E, all of which help fight skin fatigue. This, paired with its high level of antioxidants, makes it a wonderful moisturizing oil. Ideal for the delicate areas around the face, neck, and hands.

  • Neem

    Extracted from Indian Neem trees, often called the “Toothbrush Tree” or “Nature’s Drugstore” for their bountiful skin and health benefits, this extract, used in Ayruveda, helps clean teeth naturally.

  • Nettle

    Commonly used in teas, Nettle is a forest herb high in potassium, magnesium, chlorophyll, and iron. When applied to the scalp or hair, Nettle’s richness helps strengthen hair, leaving it healthy and shiny.

  • Olive

    Though most commonly known for its delicious flavoring, Olive Oil is also excellent for feeding the skin plenty of nutrients, like the antioxidant squalene, which helps replenish moisture.

  • Pistachio

    Rich in moisturizing nutrients like Vitamins E and Essential Fatty Acids, Pistachio Nut Oil is quickly absorbed into the skin, making it an ideal source of nourishment for even the driest areas. Antioxidant levels help protect and renew.

  • Pumpkin Seed Oil

    Packed with high levels of Vitamins A, C, E and K, plus zinc, Pumpkin Seed Oil is incredibly moisturizing and helps protect skin from daily environmental stressors. Everyone’s favorite squash also is known to help even skin tone.

  • Rose hip oil

    Extracted from the hips and seeds of roses, Rose Hip Oil has a unique combination of Essential Fatty Acids and vitamins that help rejuvenate skin. It’s quickly absorbed into deeper layers of the skin to deliver nourishment.

  • Sage

    An evergreen herb with origins that trace back to the ancient Greeks and Romans, Sage has been used for centuries for both its leaves (for herbal tea) and its oil. The reported soothing, antiseptic properties of Sage Oil make it an effective mouth freshener and teeth cleanser.

  • Sea Kelp

    This type of sea algae—commonly found in powder form—is loaded with Omega-3 essential fatty acids and polyphenols, which are known to help boost the health and glow to the skin. A natural moisturizer, Sea Kelp’s resilience and restorative properties make it a wonderful ingredient for skin care.

  • Shea Butter

    An ultra-hydrating extract from West African shea tree nuts, Shea Butter is known for its revitalizing effect that restores moisture and softness. Harvested from shea trees that can take up to 40 years to mature, Shea Butter is packed with vitamins A, E, and F that help moisturize dry skin and hair without leaving an oily residue.

  • Sunflower Seed Oil

    High in vitamin E, Sunflower Seed Oil is also rich in vitamins A, C, and D to nourish sensitive skin. Enriched with moisturizing fatty acids, it helps form a protective layer over the skin to gently soothe and moisturize. Perfect for baby’s skin.

  • Tea Tree Oil

    Long recognized in Australia for its abundant cleaning benefits, Tea Tree Oil contains more than 100 chemical compounds, making it an effective cleanser with multiple uses. Just a few drops diluted in water help clarify skin and reduce oil that can lead to blemishes.

  • white tea extract

    Because it is the least processed of the teas, White Tea has the highest level of antioxidants, which are known to help fight free radicals. By encouraging moisture retention, White Tea Extracts help create a more youthful, radiant complexion.

  • Yucca Cactus

    Native to deserts all over the world, Yucca Cactus is known for its abundance of Vitamin C, making it a wonderful, natural cleaning agent. Yucca Cactus is also naturally non-scented and rich in saponins, and helps create a rich, foamy lather without the use of harsh irritants.