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~Argan Oil Argan oil has numerous healing properties, like antioxidants and anti-inflammatory effects, which can alleviate symptoms of skin conditions such as psoriasis and rosacea. Applying pure argan oil directly to affected skin patches can yield optimal results. This oil is beneficial for skin and overall health, treating dryness, minor burns, inflammation, dermatitis, and aging signs. Originating from Morocco, argan oil contains omega fatty acids, vitamin E, and linoleic acids that hydrate skin and soften dry areas. While generally well-tolerated, individuals with argan oil allergies may experience rash or irritation, and some may encounter breakouts despite its non-comedogenic nature, which means it won't clog pores. ~Castor Oil Castor oil is known for its moisturizing properties due to its fatty acids, commonly found in various beauty products. It can be used in its pure form, free of additives, but it's advisable to dilute it with a neutral oil to avoid skin irritation. While it's believed to be a good facial moisturizer, there's no conclusive evidence on its efficacy for treating skin conditions like acne. Always do a patch test and dilute it with a carrier oil like olive oil before applying. Applying castor oil on the face daily can have antibacterial benefits, removing bacteria that may lead to acne. It also has anti-inflammatory properties, reducing redness, swelling, and soothing the skin post-sun exposure. Leaving castor oil on the face overnight allows it to deeply hydrate and nourish the skin. ~Jamaican Black Castor Oil Castor oil is a versatile solution that may address various concerns. It's believed to combat infections, reduce scars, regulate sebum production, heal chapped lips, and combat premature aging. It also has purifying properties, drawing out impurities, dead skin cells, and excess oils without blocking pores. Applying castor oil in your belly button offers benefits like pain relief, digestive support, improved skin and hair, immune system boost, detox assistance, and enhanced relaxation for better sleep. It can also brighten dark spots and improve overall skin appearance, thanks to its blend of fatty acids, antioxidants, and vitamins. ~Sweet Almond Oil Packed with Vitamin A & E, Omega-3 Fatty Acids, and Zinc, this product cleanses, removes makeup, reduces puffiness and dark circles, enhances complexion and skin tone, treats dryness and acne, reverses sun damage, and minimizes scars and stretch marks. Note: It may clog pores, be harsh for sensitive skin, and trigger allergies in those with nut allergies. ~Fractionated Coconut Oil This product moisturizes and soothes conditions like eczema, fights inflammation caused by UVB rays, aids in wound healing, has antibacterial/antifungal/antiviral properties, protects the skin, reduces fine lines and wrinkles, calms redness, provides antioxidants, absorbs easily, and works well as an exfoliant. ~Grapeseed Oil Grapeseed oil manages acne, lightens scars, protects against radicals, moisturizes, balances skin, absorbs easily, minimizes wrinkles, and evens skin tone. It also contains Vitamin E, which reduces inflammation and hydrates skin, plumping lines. Research shows its antioxidants can fade scars and pigmentation by boosting collagen. Its antimicrobial properties can help with acne, although more research is needed. Grapeseed oil is non-comedogenic and suitable for sensitive skin, but it may cause irritation in some cases. Regular use can reduce pigmentation and prevent new dark spots. ~Hemp Seed Oil Hemp oil helps balance oily skin, moisturizes without clogging pores, and has anti-inflammatory properties. It's beneficial for skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis, can promote new skin cell generation, and is rich in nutrients and antioxidants. While rare, it may cause sleepiness, bloodshot eyes, or liver issues in children. Those allergic to cannabis may also be allergic to hemp. Conduct a patch test before leaving it on overnight, especially for sensitive skin. Hemp oil rejuvenates and nourishes dry skin, maintains moisture, reduces fine lines and wrinkles, and can promote hair regrowth. ~Jojoba Oil Jojoba oil has multiple benefits for skin and hair. It moisturizes without clogging pores, softens rough cuticles, heals dry skin, relieves sunburns, and boosts skin glow. It's also non-comedogenic and can remove makeup. For hair, it prevents split ends and may promote hair growth. Jojoba oil is similar to human skin sebum, making it an excellent skin softener that improves skin elasticity and hydration. It's generally safe for most people when applied topically but can cause rash or allergic reactions in some. Avoid taking it orally as it may have adverse effects like heart damage. Jojoba oil can boost collagen production, combat fine lines and wrinkles, fade stretch marks and scars, and soothe chapped lips. ~Vitamin E Oil Vitamin E oil moisturizes skin, aids wound healing, and prevents skin irritations like itching, eczema, and psoriasis. It also reduces the appearance of scars, fine lines, and wrinkles by boosting collagen production and protecting against oxidative stress. Applying it as a thin layer is recommended to check for skin sensitivity. Pairing it with vitamin C may even out skin tone. Using it overnight can benefit dry skin without side effects in most cases. However, people with bleeding disorders or heart disease should avoid vitamin E supplements. Its antioxidant properties also support a healthy scalp and hair growth by reducing oxidative stress on hair follicle cells. *Always conduct a patch test and review product ingredients before applying. Carrier and Essential Oils may cause reactions, so cease use if irritation occurs and seek medical help if necessary. For relief, try a mild Carrier Oil like Coconut or Olive Oil on a soft cloth. If you prefer other oils, contact us for alternatives.


EsScents- (Fragranze)
Si tratta di combinazioni di oli essenziali, attualmente disponibili, create da Body By Snow Jay LLC per fornire profumi naturali da morire, che non sono opprimenti e possono durare a lungo per tutta la giornata.

~Citrus Sweet Orange, Tangerine, and Lime Essential Oils ​~Lime Apple Tangie (LAT) Pineapple, Tangerine, and Lime Essential Oils ​~NEW LimeTangeOrChouli (LTOC) Sweet Orange, Tangerine, Lime, and Patchouli Essential Oils ​~NEW Pine-Illa Pineapple and Vanilla Essential Oils ​~NEW Lemon Drop Lemongrass, Rose, and Eucalyptus Essential Oils ​ ~NEW Ex-Insects Atlas Cedarwood, Cinnamon Leaf, Citronella, Clove Bud, Lemongrass, Peppermint, Red Thyme, Sage, Tea Tree, Vanilla ​ ~NEW EsScents TO COME SOON!​ If you'd like to submit a request for your favorite Essential Oils to be used in creation of an enticing NEW EsScent BECAUSE of your great nose, we have a few different ways to submit: PLEASE visit our Contact page or use the Chat Bubble at the bottom right of the page to send us an instant message and we will get back with you within 48 hours.​

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Essential Oil Body Benefits

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(Non-Photosensitive)​ ~Eucalyptus oil helps fortify the skin's moisture barrier, locking in hydration to prevent dryness and soothe irritation. It also aids in healing burns, infections, and skin irritations while preventing rashes and itching. This oil is effective in treating cuts, bug bites, and sunburns, speeding up healing and preventing infections with its antiseptic properties. Additionally, it acts as a decongestant and clears pores to combat bacterial buildup. ~Pineapple Oil is not only used for flavoring and supplements but also as a body oil, enhancing healing and smoothing skin texture by boosting Collagen production. It nourishes skin and nails, suitable for full-body use. ​~Sweet Orange Oil- Citrus Sinensis (Cold Pressed) Diminishes dark spots and blemishes with vitamin C, thwarts premature aging by combating free radicals, tackles acne with antibacterial qualities, enhances skin circulation, fosters cell growth and Collagen creation, minimizes pore size, and firms the skin (astringent effect). ​ ~Tea Tree Oil This popular option effectively treats acne due to its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial attributes. It soothes redness, swelling, and inflammation, potentially preventing and lessening acne scars, ensuring a clear, smooth complexion. It also targets skin tags, oily skin, and aids in healing cuts and scrapes. Additionally, it promotes hair growth and improves scalp health by combating dandruff, making it a versatile remedy for various skin and hair issues like acne, athlete's foot, lice, nail fungus, and insect bites. ​ ~Patchouli Renowned for its ability to regenerate skin cells, Patchouli boasts numerous active ingredients and antibacterial properties, aiding in wound healing and reducing wrinkles, scars, blemishes, and signs of aging. It's excellent for soothing rashes and dry skin, promoting a vibrant and healthy complexion. Patchouli is also utilized to tighten and tone the skin, diminishing wrinkles and blemishes for a youthful appearance. ​ ~Tangerine Great for addressing skin issues like irritation and acne, Tangerine's antifungal and antiseptic qualities prevent infections and aid in dandruff and dry scalp treatment. It diminishes stretch marks and scars, offering a refreshing and rejuvenating experience. Tangerine's brightness clears the mind, reduces nervous tension, and supports the immune system. It's also known to ease digestive discomfort when blended with a carrier oil and applied to the abdomen. ~Lavender Top-notch for skin healing, burns, and cuts due to its anti-inflammatory, antifungal, antimicrobial, and detoxifying properties. It reduces redness, calms the skin, and speeds up healing for cuts, scrapes, and rashes. It's also effective against acne, evens skin tone, reduces wrinkles, and has benefits for hair health and digestion. ~Lemongrass An excellent cleanser suitable for all skin types, offering antiseptic and astringent properties that promote even, glowing skin. It sterilizes pores, acts as a natural toner, and strengthens skin tissues, making it a valuable addition to your skincare routine. Its purifying qualities eliminate impurities, detoxify the skin, and reduce wrinkles. Being non-comedogenic, it won't clog pores and effectively treats oily skin, controlling shine as a natural astringent. With acne-fighting abilities and antibacterial qualities, lemongrass oil helps prevent infections, heal wounds, and purify the skin. Its antioxidant nature defends against free radicals, while also serving as an anti-inflammatory agent for conditions like acne and psoriasis, boosting immunity and fighting infections. ​~Rose Has a long history as a healing agent for wounds, a trait still valued today. Its regenerative properties are especially beneficial for dry, sensitive, or aging skin, making it an ideal face oil for such conditions. Acting as a natural humectant, it retains moisture by drawing it from the air and sealing it into the skin, perfect for hydrating sensitive or cracked skin and preventing flakiness. Rose oil also aids in skin lightening, improving tone, brightening complexion, reducing blemishes, scars, dark spots, and stretch marks. Packed with vitamin A and C, it boosts skin-cell turnover, reduces wrinkles, evens skin tone, and stimulates collagen production for smoother skin. Non-comedogenic and considered a dry oil, it won't clog pores. ​~Vanilla Packed with antioxidants that combat free radicals and repair skin damage, alongside Vitamin B6, aiding dry and dull skin. It diminishes signs of aging such as wrinkles and age spots while leaving a delightful scent. It also offers relief for PMS, prevents infections, enhances libido, lowers blood pressure, reduces inflammation, relieves depression, and acts as a sedative. Regular use shields the skin from environmental factors and maintains long-lasting moisture. ~Ylang Ylang Hydrating properties maintain skin oil levels and nourish it, aiding healing of dry skin. It purifies as a potent antibacterial cleanser and promotes skin regeneration. Additionally, it helps balance sebum production. ​​(Photosensitive)​ ~Lime Serves as an astringent that tightens and tones while reducing oiliness, offers benefits for skin, hair, and mood, and purifies the air. Particularly helpful during cold and flu seasons, it alleviates symptoms like nasal congestion and headaches, providing a fresh, energizing sensation. In hair care, it tackles dandruff and enhances shine. ​​ *Essential Oils are blended with Carrier Oils and natural ingredients. Test a small area for sensitivity; for scent replacement, contact us via the Contact page. ~Looking for an EsScent or Essential Oil not showing available? Submit your request on our Blog or Contact page, or click the "Let's Chat" bubble below for a quick response within 48 hours. If we create the requested EsScent, we'll announce it and tag you—just let us know how to tag you!

Essential Oil Hair Benefits

Essential Oil Hair Benefits

~Lavender  Using lavender oil regularly enhances hair texture by conditioning follicles, reducing frizz, and controlling hair fall. It can prevent hair loss by treating dandruff and pattern baldness, promote growth, and thicken hair when combined with a carrier oil. It also boosts circulation to follicles, aiding faster growth and thicker hair. Additionally, lavender oil can improve hair color and texture with consistent application. ~Patchouli  Is a versatile solution for scalp issues, acting as an antiseptic, astringent, and fungicide. These properties effectively combat conditions like dandruff, psoriasis, and eczema while keeping the scalp clean and preventing infections. Additionally, it deeply moisturizes hair by penetrating the hair shaft. ~Pineapple  Pineapple Seed Oil provides strength, softness, and hydration to hair strands, while also nourishing the skin, hair, and nails. Its moisturizing properties protect the scalp from damage and potential issues like lice and itchiness. It's commonly used in nail salons for cuticle care and post-waxing facial treatments. With its Vitamin C content, it promotes hair growth, adds silkiness, and enhances thickness, thanks to its antioxidants that boost overall health and disease prevention. ~Sweet Orange  Orange oil moisturizes and softens hair to prevent roughness and breakage. Its use on the scalp promotes hair growth and reduces hair fall. The antioxidants in oranges protect hair from damage and stimulate growth. Vitamin B12 and E in oranges repair damaged hair follicles. Orange oil also benefits skin clarity, radiance, and smoothness, reducing acne and discomfort. Massaging with Orange Essential Oil boosts blood flow. Honey, Orange, and Lemon Essential Oils are effective for hair lightening. ~Tangerine  Tangerine oil can unclog scalp pores, stimulate hair growth, and improve blood circulation. It also conditions and moisturizes hair. Plus, it contains Vitamin B12, which reduces hair loss, promotes growth, and slows graying. ~Tea Tree  Tea tree oil's antimicrobial, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory qualities are effective against dandruff and improve scalp health. It unclogs pores, promoting thicker hair growth. Prioritizing scalp health is crucial for healthy hair, making tea tree oil ideal for reducing irritation and dryness when used regularly. To treat scalp spots, mix tea tree oil with water and spray onto hair 20 minutes before showering. ~Vanilla  Vanilla oil applied to the scalp or hair prevents dryness, itching, and dandruff while reducing hair loss and promoting growth, adding shine. Its sweet aroma acts as an aphrodisiac. Vanilla oil strengthens hair, boosts scalp blood flow, and nourishes, making it ideal for softness and volume when mixed with other stylers or used alone. Opt for the clear or light-colored extract for best results.   ~Ylang Ylang  Ylang-Ylang Essential Oil is a natural conditioner for dry hair, stimulating sebaceous glands and enhancing sebum production for healthy, strong, and shiny hair. To use, blend 3-5 drops with coconut or almond oil and apply to the scalp and hair strands. ~Lime  Lime Essential Oil is rich in Vitamin C, vital for hair follicle strength and promoting new growth. Its citric acid exfoliates the scalp, aiding healthy hair growth. Mix 1-2 drops with shampoo for a glossy finish. Lime juice directly on the scalp or ends treats baldness, thinning, and conditions hair naturally. It's great for hair lightening and adds shine while reducing frizz.

Essenial Oil Mind Benefits

Essential Oil Mind Benefits

Eucalyptus  Both invigorating and calming, offering a dual benefit of energizing the body while soothing the mind. It's known to reduce stress, anxiety, and promote relaxation by influencing the nervous system. Additionally, it aids in focus, clears congestion, and supports the immune system during colds and sore throats. Lavender A calming remedy that reduces mood swings, stress, and depression while promoting better sleep quality, especially in older adults. Its anti-anxiety and anti-depressive effects are well-documented, making it beneficial for those with anxiety disorders or sleep issues. Studies show that lavender oil induces a calming response by lowering blood pressure, heart rate, and skin temperature. It is also known for its ability to balance the chakras, particularly the Third-Eye Chakra, associated with intuition and concentration, and the Sixth Chakra, aiding in relieving headaches and calming the mind. Patchouli Renowned for its calming properties, acting as a mood stabilizer and relieving feelings of anger, anxiety, and sadness by promoting the release of serotonin and dopamine. It aids in releasing negative emotions and fostering a sense of balance and positivity. Additionally, it enhances concentration and is associated with spiritual uses such as prosperity, love, fertility, and grounding, particularly linked to the Root Chakra for security and contentment. Pineapple  Its calming properties evoke feelings of relaxation and joy, reminiscent of summer gatherings. Spiritually, it symbolizes good fortune and is linked to the Solar Plexus Chakra, boosting confidence and personal power. Sweet Orange Both uplifting and calming, perfect for enhancing overall mood and relaxation. It has a balancing effect on the mind and body, promoting warmth and joy. Effective in reducing stress and anxiety, it's also associated with attracting love in magical practices. Spiritually, it's believed to restore optimism, charm, and confidence, especially after illness or emotional strain. Sweet Orange oil can stimulate creativity by clearing blockages in the Sacral Chakra, improving focus, brain function, and fostering a positive mindset. Tangerine  Has dual properties, acting as both an energizer and a relaxant depending on how it's used. It enhances focus and mental clarity, fostering a sense of calm. Ideal for boosting creativity and playfulness during stressful times. Spiritually, it clarifies thoughts and supports embracing change positively. Balancing the Sacral Chakra, it stabilizes emotions and aids in releasing negativity for improved emotional well-being. Tea Tree  enowned for its mind-refreshing and nerve-calming effects. It's a go-to for fatigue, stress, and mood disorders, aiding in conditions like anxiety and depression. Its antibacterial properties also boost immunity. Connected to the Throat Chakra, it enhances cognitive function and memory, making it a versatile oil for mental wellness. Vanilla  Since the 17th century, this remedy has been a trusted nutritional supplement and has shown remarkable effectiveness in easing anxiety and depression. It lowers blood pressure, eases muscle tension, and calms the brain, making it beneficial for stress, insomnia, and irritability. It promotes relaxation, aiding in faster and longer sleep while reducing startle reflex. Ylang Ylang  aids in emotional balance by releasing negative emotions and sadness, particularly during high-stress or depressive periods. It fosters a more open heart, enhancing feelings of love and acceptance while easing anxiety and potentially reducing blood pressure. Spiritually, it supports spiritual awakening and deeper connections, including sensuality and partnership bonds. In Wiccan practice, it's linked to Venus and used for love charms, instilling confidence and dispelling fear. It also balances the Sacral Chakra for emotional stability and improved emotional well-being. Lemongrass  A nervine herb, supporting the nervous system against stress and anxiety. Soothes frazzled nerves, aiding in conditions like vertigo and tremors. Uplifts and refreshes, possibly alleviating headaches, body aches, and fatigue. Encourages restful sleep and is an ancient remedy for sleep, pain relief, and immunity. Linked with the Solar Plexus Chakra, enhancing personal power and commitment. Lime Revitalizing and mood-boosting, it enhances mental clarity, energy, and creativity, while also aiding in stress management and mood disorders. Soothes and refreshes emotions, especially during cold and flu seasons. Spiritually, Lime revitalizes body and spirit, offering protection and clarity in decision-making. Balances the Solar Plexus Chakra, enhancing personal power and commitment. Rose (plant Genus Rosa)- Rrenowned for its high content of Citronellol, believed to offer sedative, stress-relieving, and anti-depressive benefits through its aroma, primarily used for mental wellness. It soothes the body and mind, commonly employed for enhancing romantic experiences. Through rose aromatherapy, its essential oils penetrate the skin and lungs, rejuvenating the skin and calming the mind simultaneously. Associated with the Heart Chakra, rose promotes feelings of love and unity, aiding in unblocking and healing this chakra. It harmonizes and elevates emotions, fostering self-awareness and openness to interpersonal connections.

Herbs and Flowers Body Benefits

Herbs and Flowers Body Benefits

​Calendula Flowers (Calendula officinalis) Part of the Asteraceae family and known as Pot Marigold or English Marigold, boasts a rich history in traditional medicine. It's utilized for a range of ailments including herpes, wounds, ulcers, skin damage, and even frostbite. Effective for burns, bruises, cuts, and minor infections, calendula has shown promise in preventing dermatitis during radiation therapy for breast cancer patients. Its soothing properties calm redness, inflammation, and skin discomfort, making it beneficial for conditions like eczema and diaper rash. Calendula also contributes to firmer, youthful skin by reducing fine lines, wrinkles, dark spots, and acne marks while enhancing hydration for a clear, glowing complexion. Additionally, its antifungal properties make it useful for treating nail and toe fungus. Hibiscus Flowers  Are high mucilage content boosts skin's moisture retention for a youthful look, keeping it soft and supple. Its antioxidants like beta-carotene, vitamin C, and anthocyanin promote collagen production, firming skin and connective tissues. Chamomile  Is rich in antioxidants, polyphenols, and phytochemicals, which aid skin regeneration, tighten pores, and combat signs of aging. It's known for lightening blemishes and redness, acting as a natural skin brightener. Chamomile accelerates cell renewal, reducing fine lines for a youthful appearance. It's gentle and soothing, ideal for dry, tender, and sensitive skin, healing and cleansing without irritation. Rose Buds  Contain a range of vitamins, antioxidants, and minerals, making their natural oils effective against dry skin. They also act as astringents, fighting acne, redness, and inflammation. Roses can lighten spots, even out pigmentation, and heal acne scars. Rose petals have antibacterial properties that combat acne and breakouts. Rich in antioxidants and vitamin C, they brighten the skin and reduce inflammation while boosting collagen production for supple, firmer skin. Roses gently exfoliate, revealing smoother, brighter skin, and their oils retain moisture, leaving skin soft. Their sugars benefit sensitive skin and protect against cell damage. Ashwagandha Root  Is rich in vitamin C, iron, calcium, and carotene, improving skin condition and quality of life for photo-aged individuals. It acts as a pain reliever, corrects acne, repairs dull and dry skin, retains natural moisture, promotes skin repair, and nourishes the skin while rejuvenating the scalp and encouraging healthy hair growth. It helps reduce stress levels, which can otherwise lead to hair loss, and keeps the scalp healthy. With antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, it protects against free radicals, aiding in DNA protection and preventing premature aging. Ashwagandha Root enhances the lifespan of healthy skin cells, maintains skin elasticity, and keeps the skin soothed, clarified, and replenished. Tribulus (Bai Jili)- Is effective for various skin disorders like allergies, eczema, psoriasis, and scabies, reducing redness and lesions. It also enhances skin volume, elasticity, and acts as an anti-inflammatory. When taken orally, Tribulus has aphrodisiac properties and can improve sexual desire, satisfaction, and reduce erectile dysfunction symptoms in men, while boosting libido in women. Horny Goat Weed  Enhances natural radiance, boosts blood oxygen levels for improved sexual function, and supports hair growth while preventing hair loss.

Herbs and Flowers Hair Benefits

Herbs and Flowers Hair Benefits

​Calendula Flowers  Are rich in B vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that promote thick hair growth. Massaging it into the scalp stimulates follicles for robust, silky tresses and helps regenerate thin hair. Its antioxidant properties protect against scalp damage and inflammation, making it effective against dandruff and itchiness while promoting hair growth. Hibiscus Flowers  Are packed with essential nutrients and vitamins that fortify hair follicles, promote hair growth, and prevent hair loss. Its ability to enhance keratin build-up and stimulate new follicles thickens hair strands, reducing fall and covering greys naturally. Rich in vitamin C, it improves blood circulation to revive weak follicles, aiding in hair regrowth and addressing bald patches. Additionally, its amino acids condition the scalp for thicker, healthier, and shinier hair. Chamomile  Is known to revive sun-damaged hair, boost strength, prevent split ends, and lighten strands. It restores shine, hydrates, repairs dryness, detangles, and reduces frizz. A chamomile tea rinse can cleanse and nourish the scalp, promoting healthier hair follicles and reducing dryness or dandruff. Rose Buds  Rose petals contain antioxidants and antimicrobial properties that cleanse and nourish the scalp, strengthening hair follicles for thicker strands. They also act as a natural conditioner, moisturizing hair to prevent dandruff. Rose water's mild astringent properties help control scalp oiliness, which can lead to dandruff. Its pH level nourishes the scalp and reduces oiliness. While rose water benefits overall scalp health and can aid hair growth, those allergic to rose petals may experience irritation. Rich in vitamins A, B3, C, and E, rose petals nourish the scalp and stimulate hair follicles, encouraging hair growth. Ashwagandha Root  strengthens hair follicles, reducing hair loss and breakage. It's beneficial for stress-induced hair fall, but consulting an Ayurvedic Doctor is recommended. It promotes melanin production, preventing premature greying. Regular use can lower stress levels within a week but takes about 12 weeks for overall hair health improvement. It blocks DHT effects, encouraging thicker hair growth. Ashwagandha boosts DHEA production, reducing oxidative damage for healthier hair. Tribulus  In laboratory settings, it's shown to boost melanocyte stimulating hormone (MSH) activity in hair follicles, darkening hair color and promoting the growth of body hair. Horny Goat Weed  Scientifically known as Epimedium, is believed to stimulate hair growth by promoting blood circulation to the scalp and providing nourishment to hair follicles, thus reducing hair loss.

​​Herbs and Flowers Ingestion Benefits​

Herbs and Flowers Ingestion Benefits

Calendula Flowers  Apart from being excellent for the skin, boosts the immune and lymphatic systems, aids liver health, and fights microbes. Its antifungal and antimicrobial properties prevent infections and heal tissues, while its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant components offer potential benefits against cancer, heart disease, and muscle fatigue. Calendula tea is said to aid gastric ulcers, lymph congestion, and sore throat, and may help reduce fever. However, it should be consumed in moderation (2-3 cups daily) and avoided by pregnant women due to its ability to stimulate menstruation. It also aids gut health, fights infections, and supports the female reproductive system but should be avoided if allergic to certain plants or during pregnancy or breastfeeding. Hibiscus Flowers (Hibiscus sabdariffa (Roselle) Are gaining recognition as a remedy for dyslipidemias, safeguarding against cardiovascular, kidney, and liver issues. Its polyphenolic compounds exhibit antioxidant and hypolipidemic actions. While safe in moderate amounts like in tea (2 to 4 cups daily) and foods, excessive intake can be toxic. Hibiscus may interact with medications for high blood pressure or diabetes. It aids weight loss, fights bacteria and cancer cells, and supports heart and liver health, showing potential in reducing liver damage markers and enhancing detoxifying enzymes. It also eases depression and anxiety symptoms and combats inflammation by regulating cortisol. However, excessive hibiscus consumption can cause dizziness and fatigue, impacting blood pressure. It's not suitable for those allergic or sensitive to it or the Malvaceae plant family, and caution is advised for individuals with low or high blood pressure. Notably, it may interfere with anti-malaria drugs and reduce estrogen levels, affecting reproductive ability, so pregnant women or those planning for children should avoid it. Chamomile  Is highly valued for its digestive-relaxing properties, aiding in flatulence, indigestion, diarrhea, and more. It's been historically used for colic and fevers in children. Rich in antioxidants, chamomile tea may lower disease risks like heart disease and cancer, while promoting better sleep, digestion, and blood sugar control. However, it's not suitable during pregnancy, for those with floral allergies, or on certain medications like cyclosporine. People with hormone-sensitive conditions should also avoid it due to its estrogen-like effects. Chamomile's calming nature is renowned, potentially boosting mood by affecting brain neurotransmitters. Yet, it can worsen asthma and isn't recommended for pregnant women or those allergic to related plants. Its sesquiterpene lactones aid liver detoxification, while flavonoids can impact hormone levels, making it beneficial for mood symptoms and indirectly supporting testosterone levels. Rose Buds  Rose petals contain polyphenols, antioxidants that work to protect your body from cell damage. The polyphenols in rose tea have been shown to reduce the risk of heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and cognitive diseases.  Ashwagandha Root  An ancient herb, contains compounds that may calm the brain, reduce inflammation, lower blood pressure, and modulate the immune system. It's commonly used as an adaptogen, believed to help the body cope with stress. Daily doses of 225–600 mg for 1–2 months have been shown to significantly reduce cortisol levels. While generally safe for up to eight weeks, its long-term safety needs more study. It offers benefits like enhanced cognitive function, energy boost, blood sugar regulation, cardiac health improvement, inflammation reduction, pain relief, and immune support. However, potential drawbacks include liver damage risk, drowsiness, nausea, interactions with medications, and digestive issues. Individuals with autoimmune conditions should avoid it due to its immune-boosting effects. It's not prohibited for military use and shouldn't affect drug screening tests. For sleep aid, taking it before bed is recommended due to its calming effect, while for stress relief, it can be taken at any time of day. Tribulus (Bai Jili)- Used in traditional medicine, addresses chest pain, heart issues, skin ailments, kidney stones, and acts as a diuretic. It's also taken as a supplement for sexual function and bodybuilding, believed to mimic testosterone. However, increasing testosterone can lead to side effects like oily skin, acne, and aggression, along with enhancing secondary sexual characteristics. Effects on testosterone can take up to two weeks, but libido boost may occur within a week. Taking breaks from it prevents adaptation. Tribulus boosts estrogen levels and libido in women, aiding menopausal symptoms. Safe at 750-1500 mg daily for up to 90 days, side effects are rare but may include stomach discomfort. Avoid if pregnant, breastfeeding, or dealing with prostate issues or cancer. Limited research on human side effects, but animal studies suggest risks to heart, liver, and kidneys with high doses. Horny Goat Weed  Contains compounds that may enhance blood flow and sexual function, including phytoestrogens akin to estrogen. Dosage varies but typically ranges from 2 caps (1,000 mg) daily to 3-4 caps 90 minutes before sex. It can be consumed as a tea too. Benefits include increased testosterone, boosted estrogen in post-menopausal women, improved libido, normalized cortisol levels, and prevention of bone loss. It may also aid with erectile dysfunction (ED), menopausal symptoms, and heart health, while potentially reducing signs of aging. The active component, icariin, might safeguard the brain by reducing oxidative stress and inflammation, and clearing beta-amyloid peptides. Side effects are rare but may include dizziness, vomiting, dry mouth, nosebleeds, spasms, breathing issues, and irregular heartbeats.



​African Black Soap Purges bacteria, deeply cleanses, and exfoliates for better skin texture. It minimizes razor burn, soothes skin rashes, and combats fungus. It moisturizes without stripping oils, potentially diminishing wrinkles and fine lines, shielding against oxidative stress, and calming inflammation. Additionally, it's effective against acne and dandruff. 18-in-1 Hemp Baby Pure Castile Liquid Soap  Promotes skin's natural shedding process and breathability, unlike synthetic soaps that can clog pores. It offers natural protection against free radicals and has antibacterial properties that may prevent acne and bacteria. While it doesn't kill contagions, it effectively cleans surfaces by lifting off dirt, grime, and pathogens like bacteria and viruses. It's also a gentle exfoliator, potentially reducing dark spots, and is environmentally friendly as it's natural and biodegradable compared to body washes with toxins and preservatives.


Epsom Salt Softens rough skin, exfoliates dead cells, soothes skin conditions like Eczema and Psoriasis, and aids in loosening blackheads and treating acne. It also benefits hair by adding volume to oily hair and definition to dry hair, while nourishing the scalp with magnesium. Using it in body scrubs or baths relieves pain, relaxes muscles, reduces stress, and flushes out toxins and heavy metals. Dead Sea Salt  Enhances skin hydration, reduces inflammation, and may help reduce water retention. It acts as a natural exfoliator, rich in anti-inflammatory Zinc and Bromide that soothes skin, improves circulation, and promotes healthier skin cells. It is effective in treating psoriasis and can also be used for hair and nail care. ​ Himalayan Pink Salt Is renowned for its detoxifying properties, balancing pH levels, and moisturizing skin while reducing inflammation. It's a potent exfoliator, brightening skin tone and improving circulation for a natural glow. Its minerals hydrate deeply, toning and softening skin texture. It soothes irritation and promotes skin health, including reducing dark spots. For hair, it dissolves dandruff, stimulates blood circulation, and balances scalp oiliness while moisturizing. As a scrub, it removes dead cells and improves pore size. Use it sparingly for an indulgent, relaxing bath experience, ideally 1-2 times a week.



Arrowroot  Ideal for acne-prone skin as it absorbs excess oil, clears pores of dirt and impurities, preventing breakouts, and easily penetrates the skin. Corn Starch Beneficial for acne-prone skin because it absorbs excess oil, helps to remove impurities from the pores such as dirt, dust, oil, filth, etc., and helps in preventing outbreaks. It also helps with absorbing into the skin.



Finely Granulated Cane Sugar Has a natural anti-aging effect on the skin. It does not allow toxins to attack your skin cells, so it helps to slow down the aging process. It contains antioxidants, phenolic acid, and flavonoids. It helps in moisturizing the skin and making it soft and glowing from the inside. Glycolic acid in sugarcane helps to maintain the radiance of the skin too. Good for all skin Raw Brown Sugar Naturally exfoliates and removes dead cells. It hydrates the skin and promotes healthy skin cleansing and circulation. Those prone to acne can opt for brown sugar facials to prevent acne and pimples, and to capture that perfect selfie with glowing skin. Best to use once per week. Helps to moisturize and even skin tone. Raw contains more essential minerals and has anti-aging properties.



Pineapple Terpenes Both the fruit itself and peel are rich in Vitamin C, the nutrient that helps in boosting our immunity. Pineapple's also have a very important enzyme in the peel called Bromelain, known for cutting down inflammation in and out of the Body. They also have antioxidants and antibacterial properties.



​Aloe Vera Distilled Liquid Soothes sunburn, helps to fade dark spots, moisturizes skin, provides healthy aging benefits for the skin, can help to clear up acne, soothes Psoriasis/Plaque Psoriasis and Eczema, has anti-inflammatory, antifungal, antimicrobial properties, exfoliates, replenishes hydration, helps restore the skin, stimulates hyaluronic acid and Collagen and elastin fibers in the skin to keep it hydrated, firm and supple which declines in age and also helps in lessening the appearance and spreading of stretch marks. It is a natural source of salicylic acids which can help in blackheads and whiteheads. It is also a natural antiseptic and acts against fungi, bacteria, and viruses. Hair benefits include treating and preventing dandruff, smooths and s​trengthens hair follicles which makes a restorative scalp mask and eliminates dead skin cells and keeps hair shiny. *Psoriasis and Plaque Psoriasis- helps with reducing the scaling, redness and irritation that is caused.

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Aloe Vera Distilled Liquid Aloe Vera Distillate is pure aloe vera juice collected through process of distillation and is recommended for creams, lotions, and liquid soaps. ​ Antibacterial Adjective- Tending to prevent the growth or spread of bacteria. Noun- A substance with antibacterial properties. Antifungal  Adjective- Used to prevent fungal growth, active against fungi. Noun- An antifungal drug or other substance. Anti-inflammatory Adjective- (Chiefly of a drug) used to reduce inflammation. Noun- An anti-inflammatory drug. Antimicrobial Antimicrobial products kill or slow the spread of microorganisms. Microorganisms include bacteria, viruses, protozoans, and fungi such as mold and mildew. Antioxidants Noun- A substance that inhibits oxidation, especially one used to counteract the deterioration of stored food products. A substance such as vitamin C or E that removes potentially damaging oxidizing agents in a living organism. Antiviral Noun (Medicine)- an antiviral drug or medicine. Adjective (Medicine)- (Chiefly of a drug or treatment) effective against viruses. Astringent Adjective- Causing the contraction of skin cells and other body tissues. Noun- i.e., "An astringent lotion applied to the skin to reduce bleeding from minor abrasions or as a cosmetic to make the skin less oily". Atopic Skin-Atopic dermatitis (Eczema) A condition that causes dry, itchy and inflamed skin. It's common in young children but can occur at any age and be lifelong. Blemishes Noun- A small mark or flaw which spoils the appearance of something. ​ Carrier Oils Dilute the essential oils and help “carry” them into the skin. People also sometimes use aloe vera gels and unscented body lotions as carriers. Carrier oils are usually vegetable oils, such as coconut oil or avocado oil, derived from the seeds, kernels, or nuts of a plant. ​ Collagen Noun- The main structural protein found in skin and other connective tissues, widely used in purified form for cosmetic surgical treatments. Eczema- Noun- A medical condition in which patches of skin become rough and inflamed, with blisters that cause itching and bleeding, sometimes resulting from a reaction to irritation (eczematous dermatitis) but more typically having no obvious external cause, many people use it to soothe sunburns and reduce skin itchiness. ​ Corn Starch Noun- corn·​starch -ˌstarch: a fine starch made from corn and used in foods for thickening, in making corn syrup and sugars, and in making adhesives and sizes for papers and textiles. It is known to improve the skin's absorption abilities and is often used to dry out breakouts without causing dryness or irritation on the skin.  Dead Sea Salt Dead Sea salt refers to salt and other mineral deposits extracted or taken from the Dead Sea. The composition of this material differs significantly from oceanic salt. It is rich in essential minerals like magnesium, calcium, sulfur, bromide, sodium, potassium, and iodine, which have been proved in research as beneficial to the body and particularly to the body's skin, hair, and nails. EsScent Noun (word created by BBSJ, not in the dictionary)- These are Essential Oil combinations created by Body By Snow Jay LLC, to provide to-die-for all-natural scents that are not overpowering and can last a long while throughout your day and can also offer topical and emotional health benefits. ​ Essential Oils A natural oil typically obtained by distillation and having the characteristic fragrance of the plant or other source from which it is extracted. ​ Epidermis Noun- The surface epithelium of the skin, overlying the dermis. ​ Epsom Salt Crystals of hydrated magnesium sulfate used as a purgative or for other medicinal use. Epsom salt is used to relax muscles and relieve pain in the shoulders, neck, back and skull. For example, by relaxing the muscles surrounding your skull, the magnesium in Epsom salt may help release a headache or migraine. This benefit can also aid sore muscles in the recovery period after a workout. External Adjective- Belonging to or forming the outer surface or structure of something. Noun- The outward features of something. Folate A salt or ester of folic acid Free Radicals Noun- an uncharged molecule (typically highly reactive and short-lived) having an unpaired valence electron. Further Defined- Free radicals are oxygen-containing molecules with an uneven number of electrons. The uneven number allows them to easily react with other molecules. Free radicals can cause large chain chemical reactions in your body because they react so easily with other molecules. These reactions are called oxidation. Humectant Draws in moisture from its surroundings into the skin and helps to retain any moisture the skin absorbs. Inflammation Noun- A localized physical condition in which part of the body becomes reddened, swollen, hot, and often painful, especially as a reaction to injury or infection. Keratin Plugs These occur in the skin when Keratin, a protein found in the skin and hair, and dead skin cells become trapped. Mango butter A butter extracted from the mango seed (pit) Magnesium The chemical element of atomic number 12, a silver-white metal of the alkaline earth series. It is used to make strong lightweight alloys, especially for the aerospace industry, and is also used in flashbulbs and pyrotechnics because it burns with a brilliant white flame. Non-Comedogenic Adjective- Denoting a skin-care product or cosmetic that is specially formulated so as not to cause blocked pores. Omega-9 A family of unsaturated fatty acids which have in common a final carbon–carbon double bond in the omega−9 position; that is, the ninth bond from the methyl end of the fatty acid. Plaque Psoriasis The most common type of psoriasis, plaque psoriasis causes dry, itchy, raised skin patches (plaques) covered with scales. There may be few or many. They usually appear on the elbows, knees, lower back and scalp. The patches vary in color, depending on skin color. Psoriasis Noun- A skin disease marked by red, itchy, scaly patches. Photosensitive Adjective- Having a chemical, electrical, or other response to light. Rosacea Noun- A condition in which certain facial blood vessels enlarge, giving the cheeks and nose a flushed appearance. Saponified Vegetable Oils No synthetic surfactants that can potentially irritate the skin Skin Barrier The outermost layer of your skin, known as your skin barrier, defends your body against a constant onslaught of environmental threats while simultaneously protecting your body's critical water balance. Symptoms such as dryness, itching, and inflammation can alert you to a disturbance in this important barrier. ​ Starch An odorless, tasteless white substance occurring widely in plant tissue and obtained chiefly from cereals and potatoes. It is a polysaccharide which functions as a carbohydrate store and is an important constituent of the human diet. Supple Bending readily without breaking or becoming deformed; pliant; flexible: a supple bough. characterized by ease in bending; limber; lithe: supple movements. Synthesis Noun- 1. The combination of ideas to form a theory or system. 2. The production of chemical compounds by reaction from simpler materials. 3. (In Hegelian philosophy) the final stage in the process of dialectical reasoning, in which a new idea resolves the conflict between thesis and antithesis. ​ Terpenes Any of a large group of volatile unsaturated hydrocarbons found in the essential oils of plants, especially conifers and citrus trees. They are based on a cyclic molecule having the formula C10H16 ​ UVB Rays Noun- Ultraviolet radiation of relatively short wavelengths. Further Defined- Invisible rays that are part of the energy that comes from the sun. UVB radiation causes sunburn, darkening and thickening of the outer layer of the skin, and melanoma and other types of skin cancer. It may also cause problems with the eyes and the immune system. UV Rays Noun- Ultraviolet Further Defined- Exposure to UV rays can cause premature aging of the skin and signs of sun damage such as wrinkles, leathery skin, liver spots, actinic keratosis, and solar elastosis. UV rays can also cause eye problems. They can cause the cornea (on the front of the eye) to become inflamed or burned Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) This B vitamin helps diminish the effects of hormonal imbalance, which can lead to acne breakouts. Use B6 to take on hormonal acne, inflammation and redness. Vitamin B7 (biotin): Biotin gives skin a naturally revitalized appearance, making it well-suited to dull and aging skin. *Further Defined- Vitamin ingredient vital for healthy-looking appearance of skin and hair care. Vitamin B6 may stimulate the healthy-looking appearance of hair and contributes to the efficacy of anti-dandruff products. In skin care applications, the vitamin B6 appears to reduce sebum levels and limit the area of oily spots. ​ Vitamin E Noun- Tocopherol; plural noun: Tocopherols- Any of several closely related compounds, found in wheat germ oil, egg yolk, and leafy vegetables, that collectively constitute vitamin E. They are fat-soluble alcohols with antioxidant properties, important in the stabilization of cell membranes. ​ Vitamin C  A nutrient that the body needs in small amounts to function and stay healthy. Vitamin C helps fight infections, heal wounds, and keep tissues healthy. It is an antioxidant that helps prevent cell damage caused by free radicals (highly reactive chemicals). Zinc The chemical element of atomic number 30, a silvery-white metal that is a constituent of brass and is used for coating (galvanizing) iron and steel to protect against corrosion.

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