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  • Cocoa

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    Mainly used for skin products because of its high fatty acid content penetrates both epidermis and the dermis, the middle layer meaning that it is an excellent emollient that the skin absorbs well. Its incredibly high content of vitamin E is responsible for its beneficial properties." Vitamin E is proven to help with skin renewal and repair. Cocoa butter is also an antioxidant. Antioxidants protect the skin from free radicals or toxins that damage tissues at the cellular level.

  • Eucalyptus

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    Has antiseptic qualities can be used for healing wounds, ulcers, burns, cuts, abrasions and sores. It is also an effective salve for insect bites and stings. Furthermore, besides soothing the affected area, it also protects the open wound or irritated area from developing infections from microbial activity and exposure to the air.

  • Evening Primrose

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    Evening primrose seeds have very high levels of the essential fatty acid "gamma-linolenic acid" (GLA), also known as "omega-6". GLA and fatty acid content in this oil is essential for skin health. The oil extracted from evening primrose seeds is very gentle and can be used as moisturizer to keep dry areas hydrated. With frequent use it also boosts blood circulation which is helpful to treat tired skin and eyes.

  • Eyebright

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    Eyebright is known for it’s astringent and exceptional healing properties, contains tannins, flavonoids, and iridoid gylocsides, which fight inflammation and impede the passage of toxins.

  • Fennel

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    Concentrated source of Vitamins A, C and E. This group of vitamins together acts as very powerful anti-oxidants that can delay aging and also salvage the skin from photo-damage.

  • Geranium

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    Helps scars and skin spots to fade. In addition, is a proven acne fighter, and as a natural botanical ingredient, it can gently minimize breakouts. It can also ease the symptoms of other skin conditions, such as eczema and dermatitis. It is also popular in the cosmetics business for it’s cytophylactic properties, meaning that it can stimulate cellular regeneration in the skin. It encourages dead skin cells to be recycled and new cells to be created to give a more radiant skin.

  • Jojoba

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    Acts similarly to the oil that our own skin produces, called sebum. This means that our skin knows exactly how to deal with it, absorbing it quickly and easily, and using it to create a powerful barrier against moisture-loss, as well as against allergens and irritants like dust and pollution. For the hair jojoba is great at breaking down oils, cleaning hair follicles and removing dirt; and when used on the scalp it can have that same wonderful oil-regulating effect that it has on greasy skin!

  • Kalahari Melon

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    The Kalahari Melon is an important source of water for the nomadic San people of the Kalahari Desert. The high phytosterol and Omega-6 levels give it strong moisturising, restructuring and anti-ageing properties.

  • Kigelia

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    The oestrogen-like ingredients of the Kigelia fruit pulp balances the structure of the skin, improving the elasticity and to firm and enhance skin tissue. Potential commercial uses for kieglia fruit extract include anti-ageing and regenerating skin care products, after-sun formulations, skin tightening cosmetics and antioxidant agents.

  • Lavender

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    Lavender is credited with being anti-allergenic, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antibacterial, balancing, soothing, healing, toning and stimulating. These days, lavender oil’s nourishing and therapeutic properties are often harnessed for skin-care solutions. Uses include combating acne, reduce inflammation and treating skin redness and conditions such as burns, eczema and psoriasis. In addition, it’s claming and stress-relieving properties add to it’s popularity in skincare.

  • Lemongrass

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    A natural astringent, lemongrass can firm, cleanse, and refine dull skin, as well as minimize pores – as a tissue toner, lemongrass oil can even alleviate muscle soreness. In lotions and creams, lemongrass’s toning properties fight cellulite and can also provides relief for acne, helping get rid of blackheads. Citronella is the main ingredient that repels mosquitoes and insects in repellents with it’s refreshing natural scent.

  • Lime and Lemon

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    Both are known for their antiseptic qualities. Has the ability to naturally extract dirt, oil and pollution from the hair shaft gently without damaging the hair.