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From the tropics of West Africa to the Amazonian rain forests, to the Mangroves of India, we have searched far and wide for ingredients that nourish your skin and hair in well curated products for the whole family. Discover more about the skin loving benefits of our non-comedogenic ingredients. Ucuuba Butter It has a beautiful honey hue. The aroma can be best described as nutmeg, cinnamon, and some spices with a splash of fresh earthiness. It is perfect for haircare and with its nearly 70% Myristic Acid, it functions as a great lubricant, due to its high rate of absorption by skin. Castor Oil This skin and hair loving oil originates from Asia and is obtained by cold- pressing the seeds of the castor oil plant (Ricinus communis). It is very high in Ricinoleic acid and in spite of its thick consistency, Castor oil is greatly known for its effects on hair growth stimulation and other benefits and other topical applications. Copaiba Oil This Brazilian king of essential oils is rich in beta-caryophyllene, same substance found in CDB oil, and it has a lot of the same properties. Copaiba is known as the most anti-inflammatory substance on earth it is great for blemish prone skin. It helps to reduce redness and the appearance of other skin imperfections. Cupaucu Butter Capaucu originates from Brazil and is one of the most powerful natural moisturizers. It's a great non comedogenic substitute for Cocoa butter, which has a higher comedigenic rating. It helps maintain the elasticity of the skin and enriches it with Vitamins A, B1, B3 and C. Hemp Oil Hemp oil is obtained by pressing hemp seeds. Our cold pressed, unrefined hemp oil is dark to clear light green in color, with a nutty flavor. It has a 3:1 ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 essential fattu acids. It's has great Antioxidant, Regenerative, Anti-bacterial and Anti-inflammatory properties Mango Butter Is derived and wild harvested from the Jungles in India. Mango butter is an exotic skin softening and soothing moisturizer that is great alone or as an ingredient in hair and skincare products. The texture is creamy, rich, and emollient and melts on contact with the skin. It has little to no scent and is highly effective in nourishing and moisturizing the skin. Moringa Oil Rich in palmitoleic, oleic, and linoleic acid, Moringa oil is also packed with vitamin A & Vitamin C and is highly valued for its unique properties. Moringa oil is light and smoothly glides on the skin. The antioxidants and the nutrients present in the Moringa oil help to curb the activity of the free radicals on the skin and it has excellent moisturizing and nourishing qualities. Murumuru Butter This Brazillian gem with its high essential fatty acid content restores the skin’s protective barrier and reduces moisture loss to soothe and treat the skin. Neem Oil It is a vegetable oil pressed from the fruits and seeds of the neem (Azadirachta indica), an evergreen tree which is endemic to the Indian subcontinent and many other areas, including West Africa. Neem oil is rich in fattu acids, such as palmitic, linoleic, and oleic acids, which help support healthy skin. Pracaxi Oil It is rich in Behenic Acid and Omegas 6 and 9. It helps to rejuvenate and promote balanced collagen production to help heal wounds and reduce fine lines and scarring. It also helps reduce hyperpigmentation and the appearance of stretch marks. Pracaxi Oil is also renowned to promote hair growth and strengthen damaged hair. Red Raspberry Seed Oil Cold pressed virgin oil with high percentage of Essential Fatty Acids (linoleic, alpha linolenic, and oleic acids). Also high in Tocopherols making it an effective antioxidant. Argan Oil Produced from the kernels of the Argan tree, Argan oil is rich in Vitamin E and fatty acids. This makes it ideal for healing many skin ailments while protecting the skin from premature aging. It is aptly referred to as "liquid gold" for its amazing benefits to skin and hair. Babassu Oil From the Babassu palm, a tall palm tree with feathery leaves that grows wild in tropical northeastern Brazil. Babassu reduces moisture loss in skin, helps restore skin’s protective barrier, and nourishes with essential fatty acids. Its high fatty acid content provides a better, less comedogenic alternative to coconut oil. Buriti Oil An orange-reddish oil extracted from the fruit of the Moriche palm in Brazil. Buriti helps to improve the elasticity of the skin and supports UV protection to reduce skin damage and hyperpigmentation, while nourishing with Vitamin A and beta-carotene. It has a higher vitamin A content than any other fruits and vegetables as well as a higher beta-carotene content than carrots. Its higher concentration of Vitamin A and tocopherols make it more rejuvenating than Argan oil.




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