Beeswax or Cera Alba
Natural astringent and moisturizer.
All natural wax that comes from honeybees. Beeswax locks in moisture and helps keep skin plump and firm. Beeswax effectively softens and coats the skin. A naturally nourishing moisturizer.
Benzocaine can function as a topical numbing medication used to temporarily reduce and relieve pain, itch and discomfort from cold sores.
Camphor is a mild pain and itch reliever. Camphor is a compound that shares many properties with Menthol, such as the cooling effect that temporarily relieves minor itching, irritation and pain.
A complex substance of vegetal origin.
Candelilla wax components are naturally found in fruit and vegetable skins. A true desert plant, preferring hot, dry conditions it protects and conserves its moisture by coating its stems with a fine, hard wax. This wax has the unique property of being a naturally supreme soft moisturizer.
Cocoa Butter also called, Theobroma Cocoa Seed Butter
Natural, edible fat obtained from the roasted seeds.
Cocoa Butter is composed of a combination of natural fats which makes it an incredible moisturizer. Cocoa Butter slows the loss of water from the skin surface and the creamy texture of Cocoa Butter makes your skin feel soft and healthy.
Cold Press Cranberry Seed Oil
High levels of vitamin E and rich source of fatty acids.
The seeds are cold pressed to extract the oil, producing a golden oil with a fruity aroma. Equal amounts of omega 3, 6 and 9 makes cranberry seed oil super rich in Vitamin E.
Nourishing the skin for a healthy glow and conditioning the skin, leaving it smooth and soft.
An ideal natural relief that calms and softens the skin.
Colloidal Oatmeal is produced from finely ground oat grains of Avena Sativa, the common oat.
Colloidal Oatmeal’s water-binding sugars, fats and hydrocolloids hold moisture against the skin allowing it to act as an emollient. Colloidal Oatmeal binds to the skin and provides a silky, soothing, relaxing experience.
Today, Phenol is recognized by the FDA as a safe and effective topical pain reliever and is used topically to temporarily relieve pain and irritation caused by cold sores and fever blisters.
The term Vitamin E covers eight related fat-soluble compounds found in nature – tocopherols and tocotrienols.
Vitamin E is one of the most important ingredients for healthy skin. The body releases some Vitamin E into the skin through natural oils. While, you can increase your intake by consuming more vegetable oils, nuts and green vegetables, topical application can also supply the skin with vitamin E.