Coconut Water
The cytokinins present in coconut water have anti-aging effects on human cells in reducing age spots, wrinkles, and sagging skin. The antioxidants help in the removal of free radicals that occur from various factors such as sun, pollutants, and emotional stress.  Coconut water acts as a moisturizer for the skin and helps remove excess oil, grime, and dirt. Coconut water also reduces acne, dark spots, wrinkles, stretch marks, cellulite, and eczema. 

Coconut Oil 
Coconut oil is an antibacterial, anti-fungal, antioxidant, with microbial properties that help soothe the skin during itchy flare-ups and also fights acne.  Coconut oil helps reduce inflammation, promotes moisture, and provides eczema relief.  Coconut oil helps to combat wrinkles as it is one of nature's most powerful moisturizers.  

Coconut Milk
Coconut milk has high levels of Vitamin C which helps maintain elasticity and flexibility of the skin.  It is also rich in copper, preventing wrinkles, sagging skin, and age spots.  Coconut milk has a moisturizing effect for dry skin conditions like eczema, dermatitis, and psoriasis.  It has natural fatty acids that help treat dry and irritated skin and remove harmful bacteria.

Avocado Oil
Avocado oil boosts collagen, lightens dark circles, and delays aging. It is rich in fatty acids and is excellent for moisturizing your skin.  In addition to Vitamin E, avocado oil contains potassium, lecithin, and many other nutrients that moisturize the skin. Avocado oil heals burns, provides eczema relief, and slows the appearance of wrinkles.

Glycerin is a humectant that is naturally derived from plant oils.  This works to moisturize the skin by drawing water from the air into the skins most outer layer.  It also forms a protective layer that helps prevent moisture loss.

Raw Honey
Raw honey has anti-fungal properties that help reduce eczema flare-ups, reduce inflammation, and help combat acne.  It is also full of antioxidants which slows down the aging process, is extremely moisturizing and helps create glowing skin.

Raw Shea Butter
Raw shea butter helps remedy dry skin and helps to protect the skin's natural oils.  Due to the cinnamic acid and other natural properties, shea butter is an anti-inflammatory.  It's highly moisturizing, heals burns, protects skin from free radicals, contains vitamins A, E, & F, used for eczema and psoriasis and relieves sunburn.  It also relieves sunburn, restores skin elasticity, heals dark marks, scars, and heals chapped lips.

Raw Cocoa Butter
Raw cocoa butter is great for healing dry and sensitive skin.  It heals chapped lips, fights signs of aging, soothes burns, rashes and infections, is high in Vitamin E, helps reduce stretch marks, and has anti-inflammatory properties.

Beeswax is important to skin health as it helps skin retain its moisture and also anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and antiviral benefits.  It also protects skin from damaging environmental factors and naturally fosters skin cells.

Witch Hazel 
Witch Hazel is one of the best remedies for acne.  This natural astringent can help control acne by reducing inflammation, excess oil, and redness.  It also lessens bacteria growth on the skin while speeding up the healing of scars, scabs, and infection.

Real Lemon Juice
Real lemon Juice has antiseptic properties that help treat skin disorders.  Lemons are rich in Vitamin C and citric acid, so they help brighten the skin when used overtime.  Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that for neutralizing free radicals and boosting collagen production.

Castile Soap 
Because the soap is made out of olive, coconut or other plant-based oils, castile soap is especially beneficial for sensitive and acne-prone skin. Castile soap does not contain any toxic chemicals or animal fats like most soaps do, so you aren't harming the environment when you use it.

Activated Charcoal 
Activated charcoal treats acne, detoxifies skin, lightens under your arms, and purifies clogged pores.  It also removes dirt, oil, or any other impurities.  Its antibacterial properties allow it to absorb toxins, brighten the skin, reduce inflammation, tighten pores, and smooth skin.

Turmeric Powder 
Turmeric powder is perfect for flawless skin.  It minimizes dark circles, wrinkles, and lighten blemishes.  It's anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties help fight acne, improve skin complexion, treat psoriasis, and promote faster wound healing. 

Bentonite Clay 
Bentonite clay is deep cleansing for your pores.  It promotes anti-aging, combats acne and blackheads, unclogs and shrinks pores, draws out toxins from the skin, promotes softer younger looking skin, and controls oily skin.  It also reduces the appearance of scars, acne scars, and all acne all together.  It is safe for all skin types. This clay can also heal eczema, soothes dermatitis, psoriasis, and removes toxins from the body, reliving itchiness and burning.

Baking Soda 
Baking sodas mild exfoliating properties help to combat acne and pimples from your skin.  Baking soda helps dry out the pimple while its antibacterial properties help prevent further break outs.  Baking soda also soothes and reduces rash and itchy skin.

Arrowroot Powder
Arrowroot powder soothes and reduces rash and itchy skin.  It also absorbs oil, dries out pimples, leaves skin soft, and treats athlete's foot as it absorbs excess moisture.

Corn Starch 
Corn starch soothes and reduces rash, itchy skin, sunburn, and skin irritations.

Guar Gum
Guar Gum is nothing more than a tiny fibrous seed from Guar plant leaves skins smooth and soft.

Unbleached Flour
Unbleached flour is different from bleached flour in that it is not treated with chemical agents to speed up aging. Flour aids in softening the skin and is used as a gentle exfoliate.

Filtered Water
By drinking filtered water in addition to using it in your bath or shower, you'll be protecting your skin and hair from toxins and chemicals that are known to cause damage over time.


Xylitol is a natural sweetener derived from fibrous parts of plants.  It does not break down like sugar and can help keep and neutral PH level in the mouth, Xylitol helps prevent bacteria from sticking to the teeth and gums, thus decreasing the chance of developing or worsening gum disease.

Bentonite Clay 
Bentonite clay makes an excellent mouth wash and treatment because it effectively absorbs toxins and neutralizes bad bacteria as it works as an astringent.  It binds to heavy metals and toxins around your teeth and gums and gives back a multitude of minerals that are good for re-mineralizing your teeth.  This can be described as a detoxing, nurturing, mineral tonic.  Bentonite clay helps clear up gum abscesses and tooth abscesses as it makes the gums stronger and decreases their sensitivity.  This clay also assists in clearing up gingivitis, bad breath, and bleeding gums is it has strong antioxidant power.

Coconut Oil
Coconut oil attacks the harmful bacteria in your mouth.  It can reduce plaque build-up, prevent tooth decay, and fights gum disease.  Coconut oil can significantly improve oral and dental health.  Using coconut oil has been likened to washing your dishes as it pulls toxins from your mouth leaving you with a clean antiseptic environment in your mouth helping to fight cavities.  

Activated Charcoal 
Activated charcoal helps whiten teeth while promoting good oral health by changing the PH balance in the mouth, helping prevent activities, bad breath, and gum disease.  It's ability to whiten teeth stems from its ability to absorb plaque and microscopic build up that stains teeth.  

Baking Soda 
Baking soda effectively removes surface stains from your teeth, making them appear to be whiter and help maintain good oral health.  An imbalance of acid in the body can lead to a range of health problems particularly in the mouth.  Baking soda works by balancing the levels of acid in the body.  Baking soda discourages the formation of plaque and helps prevent gum disease.  Halitosis or bad breath is caused by residue from acid forming foods such as sugar and protein that stick to the teeth, gums, and mouth - because of its ability to re-balance the acid levels in the mouth, it helps to combat and treat halitosis.  

Hydrogen Peroxide 
Hydrogen peroxide is a compound of hydrogen and oxygen and works as an effective agent for disinfecting small cuts by oxidation, but it also has very interesting oral care benefits.  By using hydrogen peroxide, you can help get rid of various mouth infections and the appearance of your teeth.  It is known to remedy canker sores, lesions, and reduces swelling in the gums.  Hydrogen peroxide has an anti-pathogen that can remove viruses, bacteria, and fungi that can become infectious.  It also works as a mild bleaching agent that can give you whiter teeth.

Coconut Oil
Coconut oil is a natural moisturizer. It locks the moisture of your lips and makes them soft and supple. The oil forms a lipid layer on the skin that decreases water evaporation and the resultant dryness

Shea Butter
Shea butter contains vitamins A and E, both of which soothe and moisturize chapped lips and dry skin. Combined with lanolin and olive oil, shea butter creates a healing lip balm that protects your lips from the elements.

Avocado Oil
Oils like jojoba and grapeseed soak into the skin quickly, which is great for lotion, but not as good for lip balm. Oils like avocado and almond last longer on the skin's surface, so they're good for lip balms. 

Cocoa Butter
Cold, wind and dry air all wreak havoc on lips' thin skin. Cocoa butter, a rich fat derived from the same beans as chocolate, helps alleviate this problem. The emollient properties of cocoa butter act as a protective barrier by supplying and retaining moisture in the lips and skin.

Mica Powder
Mica Powder is a natural stone mineral with shiny flakes. When mica is ground into a powder, you get mica powder. Mica powders are therefore sparkly, like fine glitter. They give a metallic or shimmery pearl-like effect.

Beeswax contains natural emulsifiers, which help retain moisture in the skin. This is especially helpful for dry lips and chapped lips.