Sunflower Seed Oil

Moisture is the key to natural hair growth. Sunflower oil acts as a natural moisturizer because it’s infused with several vitamins and minerals, including high levels of Vitamin E which produce healthy hair growth. The odorless oil is light in texture and works to penetrate the hair shaft to lock and retain moisture.

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is brimming with beneficial vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that can restore health to lackluster hair and protect it from environmental damage.  The moisturizing effects also strengthen the hair shaft, promoting growth. 


Beeswax is rich in Vitamin A which helps hydrate the skin. It creates a barrier that locks in all of the benefits from the ingredients in this balm for the entire day. This barrier also helps protect the skin from environmental toxins and irritants, all while allowing the skin to breathe.

Olive Oil

Using Olive oil for hair growth can help you get longer and thicker hair faster, in addition to repairing damaged hair.  It helps reduce irritation and issues that may lead to dry, flaky skin.  

Macadamia Seed Oil

A hypoallergenic and non-comedogenic oil, it is one of the closest matches to the naturally occurring sebum of the skin. It also contains squalene and oleic acid which assist with cell regeneration, making this oil particularly useful for dry or chapped skin as it softens and moisturizes.

Sweet Almond Oil

Sweet almond oil provides nutrients to your hair follicles to encourage faster and thicker hair growth, while protecting from UV damage and preventing chapped, irritated skin which can cause dandruff or beard-ruff.

Castor Seed Oil

Castor oil is an age-old remedy long used to enhance the health of hair follicles and promote hair growth. When used in cosmetics and skin care, castor seed oil works as a skin conditioning, cleansing and emulsifying agent.

Ethylhexyl Palmitate

Ethylhexyl Palmitate is a derivative of palm oil often used as an organic replacement to silicone. It has a 'dry-slip' feel that is very similar to silicone's texture and making it a non-occlusive emollient, which means it does not form a film on the surface of skin. As an emollient, ethylhexyl palmitate helps to keep the skin moist and supple by reducing water loss from the epidermis (the outer layer of skin). It is found in many skin care products as an ingredient used to adjust the consistency.

Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil

Topically, hydrogenated vegetable oil is an amazing skin-softener, emollient, and barrier ingredient. It slows the loss of water from the skin by forming a barrier on the skin’s surface, helping to keep the skin hydrated.


Monoglycerides are commonly added to commercial food products in small quantities, which helps to prevent mixtures of oils and water from separating.


Tocopherol is a form of Vitamin E typically derived from vegetable oils. Known as an antioxidant superhero, tocopherols provide awesome protection for your skin when included in body care products. It’s antioxidant properties not only help protect your skin, but also help protect products by acting as a preservative and preventing natural oils like coconut from going bad. It’s a naturally effective multi-tasker!


As the body ages, it is not able to produce collagen as it once did. Supplementing a diet with phytosterols lends anti-aging benefits to the skin and hair, as phytosterols encourage cell renewal with collagen production.


A light-weight emollient and natural antioxidant, squalene has historically been used in the medical field to treat wounds and skin problems. The luxurious, non-comedogenic oil readily absorbs into the skin due to its similarity to the skin’s own sebum.