Commonly Used Ingredients

Himalayan Pink Salt


We use 100% natural ingredients in all of our products.  We also strongly believe in being educated about what is going in and on your body because like they say, Knowledge is Power! ;)

See our list below for common ingredients used and what their main benefits are.

Shea butter:

Used in our Hand & Body Repair Balm, Muscle Balm, Lip Balms, Body Butters and Deodorant.

It promotes skin cell regeneration, moisturizes, prevents and soothes skin irritations and much more.  For more info see our blog post on Shea Butter here.

Mango butter:

Used in our Hand & Body Repair Balm, Muscle Balm, and Lip Balms. It softens the skin, moisturizes dry skin and eczema and is helpful in protecting skin from the weather and harmful UV radiation.

Cocoa butter:

Used in our Muscle Balm and Chocolate Mint Lip Balm. Cocoa butter soothes dry, sensitive skin, reduces and prevents the appearance of scars and unwanted marks and is an anti-inflammatory moisturizer that offers relief to skin afflicted with swelling, irritation, and redness.

Coconut oil:

Used in our Muscle Balm, Deodorant, Body Butters, and Coconut Lime Scrub.  Coconut oil is easily absorbed into the skin, is anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, moisturizing and aids in wound healing.

Apricot kernel oil:

Used in our Hand & Body Repair Balm, Lip Balms, Muscle Balm and Body Butters.  Apricot kernel oil facilitates faster healing, moisturizes dry, sensitive skin, smooths out blemishes, wrinkles and soothes aching joints as well as symptoms of cold and cough.

Wheatgerm oil:

Used in our Hand & Body Repair Balm, Lip Balms and Muscle Balm. Wheatgerm oil is absorbed easily into the skin and is rich in many vitamins antioxidants and fatty acids that moisturize, heal dry cracked skin and prevents scarring.

Grapeseed oil:

Used in many of our products including Muscle Balm, Coffee Scrub, Peppermint Scrub, and Bath Salts. It tightens and tones the skin, protects against sun damage, reduces the appearance of blemishes, wrinkles, and stretch marks, boosts circulation and reduces the appearance of varicose veins and cellulite while soothing tired muscles and boosting immunity.

Vitamin E oil:

Used in our hand/body repair balm, lip balms, and body butter. Vitamin E oil fights free radicals that break down healthy cells in your body, repairs damaged skin, balances hormones and helps to prevent aging of the skin and disease.  

Epsom salts (magnesium sulfate):

Used in our bath salts. Has many benefits including boosting magnesium levels (many people are deficient), reduces stress, eliminates toxins, reduces pain and inflammation and improves blood sugar levels.

Dead sea salt:

Used in our Bath Salts and Peppermint Body Scrub. Dead sea salt is known to decrease stress levels, improve sleep, and remove toxins from the body.

Himalayan pink salt:

Used in our bath salts.  Contains over 84 minerals and trace elements that detoxifies the body, balance pH levels and helps balance blood pressure.

Aloe vera juice:

Used in our Hand Sanitizer Spray and Coconut Lime Body Butter. It is a rich source of antioxidants and vitamins that protect the skin.  Commonly used to moisturize skin and treat sunburn and psoriasis.

Witch hazel:

Used in our Hand Sanitizer Spray to help clean pores and has antioxidant and anti-bacterial properties.

Arrowroot powder:

Used in our deodorant to absorb moisture.


Used in our Hand & Body Repair, Muscle Balm, Lip Balm, Deodorant, and Body Butters. It provides protection against irritants while still allowing the skin to breathe. It also offers anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antiviral benefits making it helpful in treating skin irritation.  It also acts as a natural preservative to improve the shelf life of our products.

Essential oils:

Essential oils are used in most of our products.  These are the natural “essence” of plants and have a variety of benefits, for example, antifungal, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and skin regenerating properties. Properties vary depending on the oil and have many other uses.

Disclaimer: Listed benefits are not guaranteed as there are many other factors that play into a healthy body including diet, exercise, sleep and stress levels.  

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