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fair trade organic cocoa butter


Naturally rich in antioxidants and vitamin E, this butter is great for healing dry, cracked skin. Fatty acids help to hydrate, forming a protective barrier over the skin, holding in moisture.

Origin: West Africa

Avocado cut in half.
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organic avocado oil


High in antioxidants and vitamins, avocado oil is known for being naturally nourishing. An abundance of healthy fats help to strengthen the lipid bilayer of your skin.

Origin: South Africa

Pile of Oats
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organic canadian oats


When soaked in warm water, oats soften, producing a rich and soothing milk. The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of oatmeal help treat itch often associated with dry, irritated skin.

Origin: Canada

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organic agave nectar


Packed with vitamins B1, B2, C, D, K, and provitamin A, agave has antiseptic, healing, and anti-inflammatory abilities that aid in revitalizing the skin. This nutrient-rich ingredient is  easily absorbed into your skin, allowing for maximum benefit to the skin.

Origin: Mexico

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organic, palm-free vegetable glycerin


Vegetable glycerin absorbs deeply into the skin, attracting and locking in moisture. This results in the softening and soothing of the complexion, and mitigating skin dehydration.

Origin: USA

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coastal glacial mountain water


Naturally-filtered through clean granitic rock, impurities are filtered out allowing complex minerals to remain. Water is an essential part of the skin’s natural protective barrier as well as in skincare, aiding in the absorption of other ingredients into the skin.

Origin: Canada

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