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Our Witch Hazel is non-GMO, pharmaceutical grade, selectively sourced and alcohol-free. Its mild astringent properties help to tighten pores and gently tone skin, and it's so refreshing!
-- Naturally fight acne and other skin sores
-- Reduces bruising, redness, and swelling
-- Treat ingrown hairs, psoriases, or eczema and oily skin
-- Soothe insect bites, sunburns, and razor burn
2. Blood Orange oil (click here to read reviews)
Scientific name: Citrus Sinensus
Oil Origin: Rind
Extraction: Cold Pressed
Aroma: Exotic Citrus, Deep Orange/raspberry-like
Odor strength: High
Origin: South Africa
The blood orange is a breed of orange with a literal blood like color that is most beautiful and striking. The anthocyanins are responsible for the red/purple color and is a testament to the abundance of antioxidants contained within. The essential oil extracted by cold pressing the rind.
Blood orange essential oil is a wonderfully fragrant oil. It has demonstrated significant antibacterial capacity which makes it appropriate for natural disinfectants. Blood orange oil also clears the lymphatic system, improving immune function. The oil is also reputed to rid termites without the use of harmful chemicals. Blood orange oil is suitable for practically all applications and is a sure bet with it’s invigorating and unmistakable aroma
Botanical name: Cucurbita pepo
Extraction method: Cold pressed, Virgin, Unrefined
Pumpkin seed oil is a very powerful oil, as it is rife with antioxidants and vitamins, most notably a high level of zinc, copper, and iron. Zinc and copper are quintessential to healthy skin and hair. Pumpkin seed has an affinity for the male reproductive system. Applying it to the genitals of men is very rejuvenating for the male reproductive system.
While pumpkin seeds are not a highly rich source of vitamin E, they contain an array of the nutrient, which makes it more balanced than all of one type of vitamin E. Pumpkin seeds contain alpha-tocopherol, gamma-tocopherol, delta-tocopherol, alpha-tocomonoenol, and gamma-tocomonoenol. They also provide ample amounts of magnesium and phosphorus, in addition to phytonutrients such as lignans and phenolic antioxidants.
The oil from pumpkin seeds is uniquely beneficial for skin. It is rich in essential fatty acids that regulate proper skin sebum (oil) production, which makes it useful for both oily/acne-prone skin and dry skin.
Pumpkin seeds are rich sources of fatty acids. The four dominant fatty acids are Palmitic, Stearic, Oleic, and linoleic acid. Cold-pressed pumpkin seed oil contains several carotenoids, most notably beta-carotene and lutein, and to a lesser extent violaxanthin, luteoxanthin, auroxanthin, flavoxanthin, chrysanthemaxanthin, alpha-cryptoxanthin, beta-cryptoxanthin and alpha-carotene.