Ingredients

Acmella Flower

Known as “Nature’s Botox” (yes please!) Applied topically, Acmella flower can help reduce muscle tension, thereby reducing the appearance of wrinkles caused by tense/contracted facial muscles.

Aloe

Contains Vitamins A and C and is a great source of healing antioxidants. Another great anti-inflammatory agent that soothes irritations.

Arnica

A type of daisy that is one of nature’s best anti-inflammatory ingredients and herbal pain relievers. Alongside CBD, it delivers a one-two punch to joint or muscle aches and pains.

Avocado

A rich source of antioxidant fatty acids, Vitamins C & E, and excellent for moisturizing the skin.

Chamomile

An “herbal muscle relaxer”, Chamomile also has anti-inflammatory benefits that help soothe and reduce swelling of sore muscles.

Coconut

coconut oil is an excellent emollient that helps repair and restore skin’s moisture barrier. It contains lipids that smooth and soften your skin, and antimicrobial lauric acid, which may lower levels of acne-causing bacteria on the skin and lessen inflammation.

Green Tea

Anti-inflammatory properties reduce redness and irritation. Antibacterial properties inhibit bacteria that causes acne and clogged pores. Essentially, Green Tea is one of Nature’s powerhouse ingredients.

Hemp Extract

CBD is a naturally occurring, nonintoxicating compound found in abundance in the hemp plant. Our CBD is CO2 extracted, grown exclusively in the USA and has absolutely zero THC. There are over 100 different beneficial compounds found in Hemp, forming an “entourage effect” that promotes balance and well being in the body.

Hemp-Seed-Oil

Hempseed

This little seed packs a seriously nourishing punch! It contains Omega 6 and 3 fatty acids that can sooth irritation, encourage new skin growth, and moderate oil production, all while softening and moisturizing skin.

Jojoba

Jojoba

This multi-function oil hydrates, helps control oil production, acts as an antimicrobial and anti fungal, and is packed with vitamin E to aid in healing sunburn and irritation.

Lavender

Lavender

Along with strong aroma-therapeutic qualities as a stress reliever, Lavender has also been used for the treatment of minor muscle discomforts.

Macadamia-Nut-Oil

Macadamia

This nut oil is rich in natural squalene and oleic, linoleum, and palmitoleic acids that help repair scars and stretch marks, protect cell membranes and keep skin moisturized and healthy.

Neroli

Extract from the flower of the bitter orange tree, it’s known to reduce inflammation, regulate sebum production, and it’s scent is believed to enhance mood. And it delivers on it’s promise.

Peppermint

The menthol in peppermint can help increase blood flow and provide a cooling sensation to the area where it is applied.

Peptides

Promote collagen production which can increase skin’s elasticity and reduce the appearance of wrinkles (need we say more?)

Sea Buckthorn

The oil from this powerhouse little fruit contains the ability to keep oil production in check, reduce inflammation, and promote a more even and smooth skin texture.

Sugarcane

The organic sugar crystals in our body scrubs are gentler to your skin than exfoliants made with salt or seeds. Sugar is a natural humectant that helps your skin hold moisture, and has glycolic acid that helps reveal fresh, glowing skin.

Sunflower

Another antioxidant powerhouse, sunflower oil hydrates, protects, and nourishes skin with vitamin E, oleic and linoleic acids. It’s gentle, won’t clog pores, and soothes irritated and inflamed skin.

Sweet Almond Oil

This is a highly potent source of Vitamins A and E as well as antioxidants. Keeps skin soft and can even help fight UV damage.