What goes on your boys.
"We believe that what a company chooses to exclude from their personal care products are just as important as what they include. We choose to exclude 'fragrances' or 'perfumes', a name used to describe over 5000 synthetically derived scenting agents, which do not require disclosing the actual chemical content. Our customer's health and trust is far more important to us, than the cost savings of this far cheaper option to essential oils. Our carefully chosen blend of minerals, botanicals, and essential oils, work in perfect balance, to provide benefits to skin and hair, while also providing the aromatherapy benefits to your well-being."
Gently penetrating the top layer of the skin to absorb excess moisture and draw out toxins, it is so effective, Arrowroot's name was given to it by the Arawak people as a treatment of poison arrow wounds.
Well known for its powerful antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. Tea tree's natural anti-fungal and antibacterial properties, helps to eliminate the bacterial source of most bad body odor.
Long used to eliminate odors, baking soda aids in neutralizing any funky smells down under. It also aids in balancing the ph level of the skin.
This superhero of the essential oils, is known for it's skin moisturizing, anti-fungal, and natural deodorizing properties. It also smells amazing.
Hops natural antimicrobial properties was used to preserve beer for beer for the long 6 month voyage to India (IPA). This microbial property is also great for skin, along with other skin soothing, moisturizing, and anti-inflammatory benefits.
The cooling sensation of these mint oils, have antiseptic properties to reduce pain and itching, as well as natural antimicrobial benefits. Mint is also a great odor neutralizer and smells great.
Also known as Tapioca starch, this amazing powder has skin hydration properties, to help prevent over-drying of the skin.
Used as a skin conditioner since 2000 BC, the avenanthramides contained in oats helps hydrate dry skin by sealing in the skin's natural moisture, while also adding a protective 'second skin' layer.
Typically used in mud masks to draw impurities and germs from the skin and pores, we use white kaolin, the mildest of the kaolin clays, to help prevent over-drying of the skin.
Lemon, orange, grapefruit, and other citrus oils have germ fighting and antioxidant properties. The great smell also has an effect on the brain chemistry and hormones to help improve mood.
The energizing aroma of the oil of his Mediterranean tree contains camphene, a natural antimicrobial, antibacterial compound, that also aids in skin healing.