This  product uses 99.1% Natural Ingredients
Deionized Water
Aqua (Deionized Water)
  • Deionized water, also known as demineralized water, is water purified by a chemical filtration system that has had its minerals ions such as calcium, sodium, iron, copper, chloride and bromide removed, along with any other pollutant found in your standard tap water

  • It is used as a solvent for active ingredients, it also acts as a spreading agent

  • It dissolves many of the ingredients that impart skin benefits, such as conditioning agents and cleansing agents

  • Water also forms emulsions in which the oil and water components of the product are combined to form creams and lotions

    SD-Alcohol 40B
    SD-Alcohol 40B
    • SD (Specially Denatured) alcohol 40 is a type of denatured alcohol used in cosmetics and skincare products. It is mainly used as an anti-foaming agent, astringent, antimicrobial agent, and a solvent

    •  is ethanol that has additives to make it poisonous, bad-tasting, foul-smelling, or nauseating to discourage its recreational consumption. It is sometimes dyed so that it can be identified visually
    • Denaturing alcohol does not chemically alter the ethanol molecule and it is mainly obtained from a variety of biomass materials called feedstocks (the raw materials used to make a product). Ethanol feedstocks include grains and crops with high starch and sugar content such as corn, sugar cane, and sugar beets among others
    • It is also used in cosmetics and personal care to decrease the "dry down" time of a product

    • All SD alcohols are named such due to the Denaturant used in them which is intended to make the alcohol undrinkable as it will make a person ill intentionally

    • The Denaturant varies by the alcohol number, so 40B uses tert-Butyl alcohol

    • 40-B has the least amount of denaturants used in comparison to all other SDA formulas

    • As an astringent, SD alcohol 40 causes the skin to contract after topical application

    • It is a controversial ingredient. It's a great solvent and makes cosmetically elegant, light formulas but at best it's skin-drying, at worst it's skin-barrier damaging, ALTHOUGH, we use in only in our Hair Mask as a solvent, fast evaporation vehicle for the Natural oil mixes to be easily applied to your hair, and as antimicrobial

    Cocamidopropyl Betaine
    Cocamidopropyl Betaine
    • Cocamidopropyl betaine (CAPB) is a naturally-derived surfactant (a substance which tends to reduce the surface tension of a liquid in which it is dissolved ) that is sourced from coconut oil

    • Slightly yellow in appearance, this sticky liquid has a slightly “fatty” odor

    • Considered safe for use in cosmetic products. It is considered low risk for sensitizing skin

    Zemea (Corn) Propanediol
    Zemea (Corn) Propanediol
    • Produced through the fermentation of corn starch, it’s 100% plant-based

    • Zemea propanediol is certified 100% bio-based under the USDA’s BioPreferred Program and is the world’s first 100% bio-based glycol alternative to have earned certification from the Natural Products Association

    • Its performance benefits include high purity, lack of skin irritation or sensitiz­ation, improved humectancy and excellent sensory characte­ristics

    • Technical studies have shown its performance benefits to include excellent moisturi­zation, lack of skin irritation, improved sensory properties in application even at high concentr­ations

    • Glycerin (also called glycerol) is a naturally occurring alcohol compound and a component of many lipids. Glycerin may be of animal or vegetable origin

    • Glycerin has a long history of safe use, and is considered non-allergenic and suitable for breakout-prone skin
    • Glycerin is hygroscopic. What that means is that glycerin can draw moisture from the air around us and help keep that moisture in skin. Another word for hygroscopic is humectant

    • Research has shown that glycerin mimics what’s known as skin’s natural moisturizing factor (NMF), which is why it’s compatible with all skin types, of all ages

    • Replenishing skin’s NMF is important because it becomes depleted as we age, are subject to environmental exposure, and use irritating ingredients like denatured alcohol

    • Glycerin’s benefits also include:

      • Helping to shield skin from environmental sources of irritation.
      • Working with emollients and oils to make dry skin feel amazingly soft and supple.
      • Fortifying and strengthening skin’s precious moisture barrier.
      • Enhancing the penetration of other ingredients into skin’s uppermost layers.
      • Improving skin’s resiliency and youthful look
    • Glycerin is also involved in the transport and activity of aquaporins in our skin’s surface. Aquaporins are proteins that channel the flow of vital hydrating substances (including water and glycerol) to skin’s uppermost layers. They play a key role in maintaining skin’s moisture balance, keeping it feeling smooth and comfortable even in drier climates
        Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil
        Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil
        • Lavandula Angustifolia is a fragrant flowering shrub native to the western Mediterranean

        • Lavandula angustifolia is a plant of Lamiaceae family, with many therapeutic properties and biological activities, such as anticonvulsant, anxiolytic, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial activities
        • The oil comes from distillation of the flower heads

        • Distillation is simply boiling the plant material, capturing the steam and oil, and then separating the steam and oil. It’s a process that’s been used to retrieve essential oils for thousands of years

        • Lavender oil has a very long history of safe use – plus, people love its scent

        Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract
        Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract
        • Belonging to the mint family of Lamiaceae, Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) is an aromatic, evergreen herb that is found in the Mediterranean and Asia

        • Rosemary extract contains a huge amount of fortifying components like rosmarinic acid, caffeic acid, betulinic acid, carnosic acid, ursolic acid, carnosol, and camphor

        •  These lend it its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antifungal, analgesic, and expectorant properties and help promote better digestion, circulation, and breathing - but most especially radiant skin

        •  The anti-inflammatory properties of rosemary extract help to reduce swelling and puffiness of the skin. It also helps to heal burns and soothe the skin

        • This herb's medicinal qualities make it a powerful cure for chronic skin conditions including dermatitis, eczema, and psoriasis

        •  Free-radical damage compromises the support structure in your skin, leading to wrinkles, sagging, and uneven skin tone. The antioxidants in rosemary help prevent skin damage and maximize skin tone by neutralizing free radicals

        • This flavorful herb is a good source of iron, calcium, and vitamin B6, which supports healthy collagen levels

        • Rosemary is also a rich source of manganese, a mineral that helps minimize wrinkles and protects the skin from damage.

        • Since it contains naturally powerful antioxidants, rosemary oil strengthens the capillaries and helps to slow the effects of ageing on the skin. It also tightens sagging and loose skin to help it look firmer and more elastic. Additionally, rosemary stimulates biological activity and cell growth to reduce fine lines and wrinkles

        •  With its powerful disinfectant and antibiotic properties, the herb can help to treat acne and oily skin conditions. When massaged into the face, rosemary oil can help lightens dark spots and blemishes on the skin resulting in an improved skin complexion

        • The anti-inflammatory properties of rosemary extract help to reduce swelling and puffiness of the skin. It also helps to heal burns and soothe the skin
        • This herb's medicinal qualities make it a powerful cure for chronic skin conditions including dermatitis, eczema, and psoriasis
        Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Oil
        Citrus Arantium Dulcis (Orange) Oil
        • It is an extract of the fruit of the orange, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis

        • Hesperidin is the major flavonoid contained in sweet oranges and lemons. It has demonstrated antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, skin lightening, and anti-microbial properties and can be beneficial in skin care formulations

        • Oranges are also a rich source of Vitamin C (Ascorbic acid), the major water-soluble antioxidant for protecting our skin

        • It is also used for its content in alpha hydroxy acids. AHA's can be used as water-binding agents in cosmetics but are mostly used in modern cosmetics for their exfoliating properties and their therapeutic properties which help with and minimize photo damaged skin, which is a major contributing factor to ageing

        • Apart from ridding the skin of unnecessary dead cells, AHAs also have a moisturizing effect on the skin, by increasing the moisture content of the upper skin and so smoothing out fine lines and wrinkles, as well as reducing dryness and combating flakiness

        • Long-term use of low concentration AHA's can also increase collagen and elastin synthesis, and also boost protein regeneration in the skin

        • They are also very effective in dealing with hyper-keratinization (over thickening of the skin), as well as increasing the epidermal thickness and have dermal glycosaminoglycans content

        Citrus Medica Limonum (Lemon) Oil
        Citrus Medica Limonum (Lemon) Oil
        • It has an Herbal origin, This extract from the peels of the Lemon is rich in Limonene, Citral, and Coumarin

        • These components tighten and tone the skin.  They also work as a purifying disinfectant, making it ideal for treating oily, tired and stressed skin

        • Citrus Limon (Lemon) Oil is commonly used in cosmetics and personal care products to enhance the clarity and glow of the skin. It will also provide smoothness and softness to the skin

        • Lemon Peel contains citric and plant acids to help brighten the skin and stimulate new skin growth

        • Lemon has astringent properties which tighten follicles and condition hair with special enzymes that dissolve excess sebum and impurities from hair follicles

        • Lemon oil stimulates hair follicles, improving circulation and instantly soothing itchiness

        Sunflower Oil
        Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Oil
        • It is a non-volatile, non-fragrant plant oil used as an emollient in cosmetics
        • Sunflower seed oil also has a natural calming effect on skin, so can be helpful for reducing signs of skin stress or irritation
        • It also provides benefits such as decreasing inflammation, and replenishing the skin’s barrier
        • It forms a protective film on the surface of skin. This film helps to prevent evaporation of the skin’s natural moisture and increases skin hydration by causing buildup of water in the stratum corneum (the uppermost layer of skin).
        Sweet Almond Oil
        Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Almond) Oil
        • Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil is a pale, straw-colored or colorless oil obtained from almonds  by expressing oil from its ripe seed kernels. this is a non-volatile, non-fragrant oil used as an emollient (having the quality of softening or soothing the skin)

        • It consists mainly of oleic and linoleic triglycerides

        • It acts as a lubricant on the skin surface, which gives the skin a soft and smooth appearance

        •  It is not known to cause sensitivity

        • When used on topical products, it helps to soften chapped skin, to soothe mucous membranes, and to kill germs

        • Almond oil has been used for centuries to treat dry skin conditions, including eczema and psoriasis. Improves acne.

        • The oil's fatty acid content may help dissolve excess oil on the skin, while the retinoids in the oil may reduce the appearance of acne and improve cell turnover.

        • Helps reverse sun damage, vitamin E, one of the nutrients in almond oil, may help reduce damage to the skin caused by UV exposure.

        • Reduces the appearance of scars. In ancient Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine, almond oil was used to reduce scarring

        • The vitamin E content may contribute to helping smooth the skin


          Reduces the appearance of stretch marks. According to a 2016 study, sweet almond oil may be an effective treatment for preventing and reducing stretch marks

        • Phenoxyethanol is a preservative that's used in cosmetics, perfumes, and toiletries. It's colorless, oily, and has a rose-like odor. Chemically speaking, it's an ether alcohol that's naturally found in green tea

        •  Phenoxyethanol can be found naturally in green tea, but the commercial ingredient is synthetically produced in a laboratory creating what’s termed a “nature identical” chemical. Specifically, it’s created by treating phenol with ethylene oxide in an alkaline medium which all reacts to form a pH-balanced ingredient

        • Phenoxyethanol is very safe at low levels. It’s been tested on the skin and eyes and it is non-irritating and non-sensitizing at levels of 2.2% or lower while being effective at only 1% concentrations

        • Even better, phenoxyethanol doesn’t react with other ingredients, air or light. This kind of stability makes it an especially effective preservative

        • Most of the studies that have found significant negative health impacts are based on full-strength or high-dose exposures. In real life usage, exposures are quite small. That’s why it’s approved at levels up to 1%. It’s all dependent on the final formulation

        • Research has shown that compared to many other preservatives, the incidence of a sensitized or allergic reaction to phenoxyethanol applied as used in cosmetics is rare

        Isopropyl Palmitate
        Isopropyl Palmitate
        • Isopropyl palmitate is a colorless and almost odorless Natural liquid substance made from palm oil and/or animal fats

        • Palm oil typically comes from palm trees, which are native to western Africa but grow throughout tropical areas around the world. Their seeds produce the oil

        • Isopropyl palmitate is produced by transesterification of methyl ester with isopropyl alcohol. The process includes the removal of methanol by distillation or esterification of the fatty acid with isopropyl alcohol.

        • Isopropyl palmitate is a cetyl ester, which is the International Nomenclature Cosmetic Ingredient (INCI) name for a wax composed of a mixture of esters of saturated fatty acids and fatty alcohols. Cetyl esters is a constituent of a broader group of cosmetic ingredients, the alkyl esters, which consist of the reaction products of fatty acids and alcohols 

        • Isopropyl palmitate acts as a moisturizer in some products by helping bind moisture to the applied zone

        • It is also an emollient, which helps products spread smoothly, and it can be used as a fragrance ingredient. It dissolves in oil but not in water

        • It is also commonly used as a thickening agent
        • It helps the hair or skin feel soft and it strengthens their moisturizing effect making them feel and look lush