Shea butter: anti-inflammatory and moisturizing. Shea butter has significant levels of vitamins A and E, which means it promotes strong antioxidant activity. Antioxidants are important anti-aging agents
Tamanu: Known for wound healing and anti-inflammatory. Soothes and softens the skin. Promotes the formation of new tissue and healthy skin. Helps with inflammatory skin conditions like dermatitis, psoriasis, and eczema. Treats acne. Helps speed up the healing process. Heals and reduces scars. Moisturises dry skin.
Monoi: Retains moisture and hydration. People regularly use monoi oil if they are suffering from dandruff, dry skin, acne, psoriasis, eczema, split ends, frizzy hair, sunburn, skin discoloration, wrinkles, blemishes, age spots, hair loss, a weak immune system, oxidative stress and other inflammatory conditions.
Babassu: Cooling and emollient Babassu oil is rich in antioxidants and fatty acids that make it great for your skin and hair. It's also anti-inflammatory and antibacterial.
Cupuacu: Cupuacu butter is an excellent emollient that restores elasticity to the skin while providing antioxidants and hydration. It is considered a “super-moisturizer” because of its hydrophilic (water-loving) properties. As it carries water to the skin it makes skin supple, soft, and more elastin.
Murumuru: Hydrates, natural skin moisturizer. Murumuru butter is an excellent emollient known for its moisturizing properties. Won't clog your pores. May reduce the appearance of wrinkles. May help with eczema. Good for sensitive skin.
Castor Seed Oil and Hydrogenated Castor Oil: Stimulate digestion, reduces swelling due to inflammation, natural humectants (prevents water loss) relieves dryness and soothe skin inflammation, accelerate wound healing, antibacterial
Copernicia Cerifera (Carnauba) Wax: Lengthens the staying power of many skin and hair products. An emulsifying, thickening, softening, and emollient characteristics make it a common hypoallergenic additive