Coconut oil is extracted from the meat of the mature coconut. It contains a large portion of lauric acid, myristic acid, linolenic acid, oleic acid, vitamin E, etc. It can be extracted by either cold press or by using heat. The oil of coconut can best combine with other oils for the production of cosmetics ingredients. (more…)
Olive oil is composed mainly of triglycerides and phosphatides, glycerol, pigments, etc. It is popularly called “liquid gold.” The oil of olive can be used for a wide variety of cosmetic preparation. Olive oil can blend with a lot of other oils. (more…)
Tea tree Essential Oil (melaleuca oil) is extracted by distillation from the leaves of the tea tree plant. Tea tree oil has over 100 components, some of which are the 1,8-cineole, terpinolene, terpinen-4-ol, p-cymere, a-terpineol, etc.
Tea tree is an essential oil. And it can be combined with different cosmetic ingredients to achieve a lot of skin and hair goals. (more…)
Garlic is rich in calcium, zinc, sulphur, allicin, protein, fat, fiber, niacin, riboflavin, vitamin K, vitamin C, vitamin E, copper, iron, manganese, beta-carotene, and some antifungal and antibiotic.
Garlic can be combined with a whole lot of ingredients to achieve the desired skin and hair goal. (more…)
Avocado, also known as alligator pear, contains 25 active vitamins and minerals including antioxidants, minerals, and vitamins. It is also rich in fibers.
Avocado can either be mashed into avocado oil or the soft, inner part can be mashed and then combined with a wide variety of ingredients to improve the look and feel of the skin and hair. (more…)
The gel found in the aloe vera plant contains over 75 active compounds. Some of which are salicylic acid, saponins, enzymes, amino acids, polysaccharides, minerals, vitamins, etc. Its use was dated back to more than 2000 BC, where it was used by Indians, Mesopotamian, and the Chinese for a lot of beauty and health treatments.
Aloe vera gel can be converted into a liquid for use in your cosmetic products, or the gel can just be used like that. It can combine perfectly with a lot of cosmetic products. (more…)
Oat is rich in fiber and protein. It is used as early as the 2000 BC by the Arabs and Egyptians to beautify the skin. It is also used by the Romans and Greeks for healing various skin challenges.
Oats can be converted to powder or boiled to extracts its benefits, and it can combine perfectly with any other skin and hair-benefitting ingredient to achieve the below benefits. (more…)
Cinnamon is gotten from the inner bark of the tree genus Cinnamomum. It has been used for centuries in Chinese and Ayurvedic to cure indigestion, flu, cancer, etc. This spice contains iron, calcium, magnesium, fiber…useful for enhancing the skin and hair.
It is best processed into a powder form. Hence, it can be added to a wide range of ingredients to achieve a whole lot of hair and skin benefits. (more…)
Raw honey contains disease-fighting and disease-preventing flavonoids. Raw honey is loaded with a lot of healing compounds, antioxidants, enzymes, and many nutrition
Raw honey is semisolid and can be combined with a whole lot of other health-benefiting ingredients to produce some really helpful solutions to wide skin and hair challenges. Honey is a humectant (it can draw moisture to your skin, making is more supple). (more…)
Orange peel is so rich in citric acid and vitamin C that is handy for a whole lot of skin and hair care.
Since it is in powder form, it can be used to make a paste, but cannot dissolve in water or any other liquid. (more…)