*100% Derived from Nature.
Everything we create contains the finest all-natural ingredients. We personally hand pick each ingredient with an emphasis on plant-based, organic, and food-grade.We are committed to responsible sourcing of all our ingredients. Each ingredient is included for a therapeutic reason. No animal testing is conducted on our products or ingredients. We use only premium quality oils. Each is packaged in a beautiful reusable glass jar or bottle or recyclable tube. All products are made in small batches in the White Rock, B.C. Canada.*
Need to soothe and soften rough feet and hands we have you covered. This butter can be used anywhere on the body but it is especially great for those rough patches like hands feet and elbows. It boasts antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal properties. Got athlete’s foot? This herbal body butter is what you need! Coconut oil also penetrates deeply into your skin, providing long-lasting moisture that doesn’t feel greasy.
Cocos Essential Oil, Shea butter ,Calendula, or pot Marigold, Marshmallow root
HOLISTIC INGREDIENTS ORGANIC + WILDCRAFTED WHEN AVAILABLE
Coconut oil is a must-have in almost any natural beauty recipe because it has so many benefits for your skin. It boasts antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal properties. Got athlete’s foot? Use this cream! Coconut oil also penetrates deeply into your skin, providing long-lasting moisture that doesn’t feel greasy.
Marshmallow root – The mucilage, or gummy secretion, in the leaves and particularly the root, is helpful for soothing minor wounds. Marshmallow root soothes, lubricates, softens and heals. Marshmallow root also has pain-easing properties. These properties are present when it is taken internally or applied externally.
Shea butter makes your skin feel smooth and soft (also without making it feel greasy). Created from the fat of the nut of the African shea tree, this butter does more than just hydrate skin. Shea butter is anti-inflammatory, which makes it great for irritated skin. It also speeds healing, thanks to the presence of several fatty acids and plant sterols. When combined with coconut oil, it makes a powerful moisturizer that promotes healing. In fact, you could just mix the shea butter and coconut oil in this recipe and your feet would be so happy with you. But we’re going to take it a step further and infuse the oils with two amazing herbs.
Calendula, or pot Marigold
Calendula, or pot Marigold, is especially handy for treating wounds or soothing irritated skin. It can be used in first-aid to heal wounds and prevent infection. Calendula can also be used for soothing inflammation, dressing sprains, eczema, soothing rashes and irritated skin and reducing body scars.