Key Ingredients

Shea

With significant levels of Vitamin A and E, Shea butter is great for skin care. With low proteins that can trigger allergies, it doesn't contain chemical irritants known to dry out skin, and it doesn't clog pores. All bonuses for delicate young skin.

Gorgeously moisturizing, helping to restore the barrier between skin and the outside environment, holding moisture in and reducing the risk of dryness

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Baobab

Baobab is a rich source of Vitamin C, making it great for skin care. Besides Vitamin C, baobab is an abundant source of antioxidants. It's oil is also believed to help heal eczema and psoriasis.

Being s rich source of Vitamin C and antioxidants, it prevents cell death and skin dryness

Neem

Neem oil comes from cold-pressing the seeds of the Neem tree, loaded with nutrients, this unassuming seed that has been with us for over 200years

 

So why do we like Neem for our little ones? Neem is especially high in important fatty acids and vitamin E and can quickly penetrate outer layers of the skin, and is extremely effective in healing dry and damaged skin.

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Coconut Oil

Coconut oil (or coconut butter) is an edible oil derived from the wick, meat, and milk of the coconut palm fruit. Coconut oil is a white solid fat, melting at temperatures of around 25° C (78° F).

 

It contains medium-chain fatty acids, including capric acid, caprylic acid, and lauric acid. About 52% to 85% of coconut oil is made up of specific

saturated fats, called medium-chain fatty acids.

 

The benefits of using coconut oil for the skin are varied and may include:

moisturizing dry skin, reducing inflammation, promoting wound healing, antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties