Hair Lip + Body Balm

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Use on hair to sculpt and style! Get at keeping those curls together and hydrated! Provides shine and definition to your do. Vegetable oils and butters provide nutrition to the hair, while a touch of beeswax gives a supple hold.

Great on skin that dries out rapidly during season changes. Great for elbows and tattoos!, As well as makes an AMAZING lip balm. It’s INCREDIBLE. Will keep lips moisturized for a long time. It’s versatile and a little bit goes a long way, so it’s really budget friendly.

This is a great product for everyone. Use it from head to toe. It can be used as a basic salve in first-aid on burns and cuts.

If you use Vaseline, Carmex, Burt’s Bees, Aquaphor, or any cuticle/hand repair/healing balm, try this. There are only 3 natural ingredients. It has a faint, peppermint patty smell. It works as well if not better than those other products. It is multi-functional. Can be used on skin that suffers from dermatitis, can also be used to tame flyaway hairs!

SWG Hair Lip + Body Balm is a great choice for tattoos! Use this for the first three days, then the Whipped Shea Butter Cream afterwards. Both have completely minimized the pain, skin irritation, swelling, and redness. I usually peel within 5 days and am completely healed within a week. Super soothing and easy to carry around! Way better than any petroleum based ointment which is proven to be bad! I even use it for my older tattoos for some extra loving and a vibrance boost.

Whipped Shea Butter Cream located here:

Great for use on Sunburned skin!

Itchy, dandruff-ridden scalps are a literal pain. When the scale builds up on the scalp and can’t be removed by shampoo, this is the scalp treatment you need! For anyone with a dry, troubled scalp. You won’t want to use anything else

Soothing Bikini Balm

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Waxing or shaving can leave the bikini area dry,red and irritated. So, its important that you take the necessary steps to keep that area healthy and soothed.

Apply balm post shave or waxing. Your skin will be highly moisturized and protected, providing lots of nutrients to help repair the skin.

Ingredients: Avocado Butter, Shea Butter, Beeswax, Safflower oil, Sunflower Oil, Sesame Oil, Macadamia Nut Oil, Meadowfoam Oil, Jojoba Oil, Vitamin E, Calendula, Roman Chamomile, Tea Tree

Armpit Kit

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Ingredients: Apricot Kernel Oil, Coconut oil, Grapeseed oil, Coco Butter Sheabutter, Coconut, Sstearic Acid, Vegetable Wax, Black Walnut, Spearmint, Thyme, Lavendar, Tea Tree, Aloe Vera, Sage, Lime Peel, Witch Hazel

1.5 Ounce Stainless Container with Screw On Cap

Deodorant Balm Ingredients: Aloe Butter, Vanilla Butter, Beeswax, Cornstarch, Kaolin Clay, Baking Soda, Vanilla Beans, Vitamin E, Tea Tree oil and Fragrance oil

1.5 ounce Stainless Steel Container with Screw cap

Bubble Bath Dough

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Turn your bath faucet on full blast! Scoop out a small amount and rub between your palms under the faucet. Agitate water as the tub fills. If you have hard water you might need to use a bit more.

Not a bath person? You can use it in the shower to cleanse and buff away dull skin and then just rinse off! Will leave your skin smooth and clean.

Chocolate Smoothie Hair Pudding

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This Whipped Body Butter Cream is an intense moisturizer that can be applied onto the entire body. After applying your skin will feel silky smooth.

This blend of butter resembles thick whipped cream, it is light and easily absorbed by the skin. It is best to apply a small amount of Whipped Butter Cream in the shower on damp skin to lock moisture inside. You only need a small amount of this Whipped Cream, and one jar will last an incredibly long time. Store below 75 degrees Fahrenheit.

All of the ingredients contained in Body Butter Cream are natural and free from preservatives or unnecessary additives. Natural ingredients made from cocoa and mango seeds and fruit of the Avocado tree can shield the skin and keep it from losing moisture.

Cocoa Butter perfectly softens and moisturizes the skin + hair. Additionally it increases the effects of other components. Cocoa Butter has a high concentration of antioxidants.

Avocado Butter is rich in vitamins A, D, and E, unsaturated fatty acids, and lecithin, all of which are beneficial to health of your hair + skin. Use Avocado Butter daily to heals scars, eczema, moisturize and smooth rough skin, healing stretch marks and scarring.

Mango Butter boasts an impressive amount of beta carotene, Vitamins A and E and fatty acids that benefit the appearance of skin + hair.

Shea Butter is one of the best moisturizing ingredients in the world.

Apricot Kernel Oil is a light and gentle oil and used in cream to balance, nourish and lubricate your skin + hair

Macadamia Nut Oil can soften, moisturize and even add a glow to dry or damaged skin + hair

Vanilla Bean Butter
Infused Vanilla Bean Oil

Other ingredients: Vitamin E, Fragrance oil – Vanilla Cake Batter

We make small batches of Cream so it is always fresh.



Toffee Hazelnut Massage Bar

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Our organic coffee massaging lotion bar is truly amazing with real coffee beans, it’s perfect for massage giving. Its made with organic Shea butter, Macadamia Nut Oil and Cocoa butter and real coffee beans! All of which do wonders to your skin, making your skin feel nourished, soft and moisturized. This bar will make the perfect gift for a coffee lover! Though you don’t have to love coffee to love the wonderful way it makes your skin feel.

Glide the massage + lotion bar directly over dry skin; it will melt upon contact. Massage or rub the oils into the skin. As massage bars are made with natural butters and oils, take care to ensure they absorb completely before putting on your best pj’s. Massage bars melt at body temperature, keep yours somewhere cool, dry, and out of direct sunlight.

Orange Chocolate Drizzle Massage Bar

Orange Chocolate Drizzle Solid Lotion + Massage Bar

This massage bars melts as soon as it touches your skin. It is basically a solid version of massage oil. It moisturizes instantly. We recommend massaging it into your skin after your shower or bath. It doesn’t take much, because it will go a long way. The slightly oily feeling will go away as your skin absorbs the natural oils. This would be a wonderful product to use during pregnancy.

Honey and chocolate in a soft center. You can melt it all over your favorite body to make him or her extra tasty. Creamy cocoa butter, softening cocoa powder and almond oil condition your skin to leave it smooth while the honey chocolate scent makes your mouth water. Delicious!

Shea butter is moisturizing, emollient and softening on skin. Sweetly softening: Cocoa powder and honey give a sweet honey-chocolate scent and help to make skin soft and smooth.

Vanilla Bean Lotion + Massage Bar

Vanilla Bean Pod Solid Lotion + Massage Bar

Glide the massage + lotion bar directly over dry skin; it will melt upon contact. Massage or rub the oils into the skin. As massage bars are made with natural butters and oils, take care to ensure they absorb completely before putting on your best pj’s. Massage bars melt at body temperature, keep yours somewhere cool, dry, and out of direct sunlight.

Cocoa Butter, Shea Butter, Sweet Almond Oil, Vanilla Beans + Pods, Fragrance

The vanilla plant is an herbaceous climbing vine which requires a supporting tree or pole for optimal growth. It bears trumpet-shaped flowers which are naturally pollinated by bees and humming birds and even hand pollinated. Unripe vanilla pods turn yellow when they grow 5 to 8 inches long and are ready to harvest. These are then blanched in boiling water, sweated and sun dried for a few weeks until they turn dark brown and wrinkled. Then the white crystalline essence known as vanillin is extracted from some superior quality beans. This essence is referred to as the vanilla flavor.

The most common form of vanilla is vanilla extract which is prepared by percolating chopped vanilla beans in ethyl alcohol and water for about 48 hours. The mixture is stored for several months and then filtered. Several varieties of vanilla are available in the market of which Madagascar vanilla is the most widely used. This rich sweet variety accounts for 75% of the vanilla production while the remaining comprises of vanilla from Tahiti and Mexico.

Vanilla pods contain several tiny black seeds which are used to flavor many sweet dishes and chocolates. Vanillin is the essence of vanilla bean but artificial vanillin is also produced on a large scale from wood pulp by-products. The vanilla flavoring is often a blend of pure and imitation vanilla. The appearance of tiny black specks in a vanilla flavored dish is an indication of pure vanilla.

Vanilla is rich in antioxidants which prevent and reverse skin damage caused by free radicals. It helps to slow down signs of ageing like fine lines, wrinkles and age spots. It is widely used in the cosmetic industry for its fragrance and anti-ageing benefits. Applying raw vanilla beans infused with organic oil imparts a great chocolaty fragrance besides making your skin smooth and soft.

Vanilla has been used as a traditional remedy to heal burns, wounds and cuts. Concentrated vanilla extracts or essential oil should not be applied directly on recent burns. Topical treatments containing vanilla extracts might be helpful.

Vanilla is a good source of B-vitamins like niacin, thiamin, Vitamin B6 and pantothenic acid which play an important role in the maintenance of healthy skin. The antioxidant properties of vanilla protect your skin from damage caused by environmental pollutants and toxins.

Certain neurological studies have proved that vanilla extract can have a positive effect on those suffering from depression and anxiety disorders. Vanilla scent is specifically helpful for this purpose. Sipping water or milk containing vanilla extract helps reduce anxiety in some people.

This aromatic spice is beneficial for your nervous system. Research conducted by the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Hospital in New York indicated that exposure to vanilla aromatherapy has proven to be effective in alleviating the symptoms of claustrophobia.

Charcoal Exfoliating Lotion Bar


Can be used under water in the bath or shower. Rub the bar in a circular motion along all those rough, dry body parts. Massage in the rich butters, rinse gently and air dry (if possible). Body butters are designed to melt at body temperature, keep them safely out of direct sunlight and somewhere cool.

Charcoal is carbonised wood. Making charcoal is an ancient industry, not much practiced today. A variety of trees (oak, ash, hazel and chestnut) are grown in coppices. Their lower branches are cut off to encourage a higher canopy, encouraging a straight habit. These are used to make charcoal.

While young, the trees are cut, stacked and seasoned for a year. It is then stacked in kilns and burned for up to sixteen hours, until the wood is carbonised. This is then ground into a fine, black powder.

It’s black, it’s sweet and it scrubs your skin really, really well. Luxurious macadamia nut oil comforts to keep it soft! Powdered charcoal absorbs excess oils from the surface of the skin.

Cocoa Butter, Shea Butter, Charcoal, Hawaiian Black Salt, Pumice Stone, Fragrance + Love


Coconut is a fruit which belongs to the Cocos nucifera palm. This mature nut is one of the most used ingredients in the kitchens of India. Hundreds of coconut species are found all over India and its taste vary according to its soil alkalinity. Its outer part is of green in colour which turns brown as it matures. Underneath the hard shell is the white edible meat. The freshly harvested coconut contains sweet water which is extremely beneficial for health. Coconut is a healthy nut that can be used safely as a food. It is mainly reaction free. The kernel is not only healthy but is also safe to be eaten during pregnancy.

We’re absolutely nuts for coconuts and love to use them in a wide array of our products. Many things can be made from the coconut palm and practically all of the plant is used in some way. In Sanskrit, the name given is ‘kalpa vriksha,’ which means, ‘tree that gives all that is necessary for living.’ The revitalizing properties of coconut are ideal for use on the skin, scalp and hair.

We use creamed coconut, coconut milk powder, fresh coconut milk, creamed coconut infusion, desiccated coconut, coconut water, coconut decoction, fresh coconut flesh and coconut oil, to name a few.

Coconut oil is famous throughout the world not only as an edible oil and hair tonic, but also as an excellent massage oil and smoother for the skin. In the tropical parts of the world where coconuts are readily available and used in many ways, natives commonly spread coconut oil on their skin, as they believe that it protects from the sun’s harmful rays. So this natural oil, without any chemical or additives, can protect the skin in some of the hottest and sunniest places on earth better than our processed and artificial sun creams?

The question is, what makes coconut oil so beneficial for the skin? Before we can understand how coconut oil achieves all of its impressive benefits that people around the world claim, let’s look into the constituents of coconut oil and their respective properties that might make them useful for maintaining skin health.
Coconut Oil- Composition

Saturated Fats: Predominantly, these saturated fats are medium chain fatty acids or triglycerides. When applied on the skin, they keep it smooth to the touch. Due to the presence of these fats, coconut oil also retains the moisture content of the skin, as the fats eliminate moisture loss through the pores on skin. When ingested through the regular consumption of coconut oil, these fats deposit under the skin, thus keeping it healthy and smooth, giving it an even tone and reducing the appearance of the pores.

Capric /Caprylic/Lauric acid: These are not very different from the medium chain fatty acids, but it is still important to mention them separately here, since they have their own contributions. These three fatty acids have strong disinfectant and antimicrobial properties. As a result, when applied on the skin, coconut oil protects from microbial infections that can get into open wounds or even enter the body through the pores. This microbial action can be experienced even if coconut oil is taken internally, as the fatty acids boost the immunity when converted to monocaprins and monolaurins.

Capric, caprylic, and lauric acids are easily broken down chains of fatty acids, meaning that they contribute to usable energy in a quick and efficient way. This can be a major boost to your energy levels before a workout, which is why these powerful acids have also been linked to weight loss and management. Losing weight is a good way to improve the quality of your skin by reducing excess fat, stretch marks, and folds in the skin which can be unattractive. Having a healthy, toned body means that the skin maintains its tight grip around the muscles and bones.

Vitamin-E: The contributions of vitamin-E towards skin care are well known. It is essential for healthy skin growth, repair of wear & tear on the skin, keeping skin smooth and protecting against cracking. Above all, it prevents premature aging and wrinkling of the skin, since it has good antioxidant properties. 100 grams of coconut oil has about 0.1 mg of vitamin E, thus enhancing it skin-nourishing properties.

Anti-Aging Cream: Traditionally, coconut oil has been praised and popularized for its anti-aging properties.

Proteins: Like coconuts themselves, coconut oil is rich in many proteins. These proteins keep skin healthy and rejuvenated, both internally and externally. Proteins also contribute to cellular health and tissue repair, along with a wide range of other essential activities within the body. For any damaged cells on or near the skin, a healthy of flow of proteins guarantees their replacement at a normal rate, whereas people with protein-deficient diets heal slower and often develop more obvious scars due to the extended healing time.

The best property of coconut oil that makes it so beneficial for skin is that it does not become rancid. When you apply it on the skin, it can work for a longer time, unlike many other oils, without it getting rancid. Due to these various beneficial properties of coconut oil, it is used as an important ingredient in several skin care creams.

Skin Benefits of Coconut:

Coconut is often used in the form of oil in the cosmetic industry to improve the health and appearance of the skin and hair.

Fights dryness: Coconut oil, if used on skin prevents dryness and flakiness and keeps it moisturized and supple. It also supports the skin and works to repair the damage it has acquired over time. It eases a common skin condition called neurosis, which is characterized by dry, rough and flaky skin. It also reduces the severity of atopic dermatitis which is prone to infections like Staphylococcus aurous.

Use of coconut cleanses and neutralizes the toxins, fungi and bacteria on the outer layers of the skin which not only detoxifies but also builds the skin’s natural immune system and protection.

Effective on dry hands: Can also be used to treat dry and parched hands. Regular dish washing often dries out the skin and makes them unsightly. Instead of using expensive chemical laden cosmetics, apply virgin coconut oil on the hands to get beautiful and smooth hands.

Prevents skin cancer: It improves the moisture and lipid content in the skin and prevents skin cancer by blocking 20% of harsh Ultra Violet rays. It can be used as a body and skin moisturizer as it hydrates the skin by replenishing the natural oils. Coconut oil can also be used to clean the face by rubbing it in circular motions.

Youthful skin: Coconut oil is excellent for keeping the skin young and beautiful. Its antioxidant property slows down the aging process by protecting the body from harmful free radicals. Massage Lotion Bar into skin daily will keep it healthy and smooth. Apply it onto the skin before showering. This will open the pores while showering and will allow the oil to absorb through the skin more efficiently.

Clean skin: Eating coconut hydrates the skin and makes it youthful and supple. Take a teaspoon of raw, uncooked coconut oil and massage the skin with it. This will minimize the outbreaks of skin, rashes and irritations and will beautify the skin from inside when taken internally.
Promotes blood circulation:

Eating coconut regularly boosts oxygen in the skin and promotes blood circulation. Our cells need adequate amount of oxygen which can only be made possible by proper circulation in the body that carries oxygen. This allows proper breathing of the skin and promotes healthy and flawless complexion.

Reverses effects of tanning: Coconut water can also help to reverse tanning. Mix fullers earth with coconut water and apply it all over the skin. Leave it for 20 minutes and then wash it off with cold water. Apply this face pack twice weekly to get a tan free skin.

Treats oily skin: Coconut water can also be used to treat oily skin. It washes away excess oil from the skin and keeps the skin tone more even. Coconut water is also very effective on acne, black spots and blemishes. Make a face pack by mixing half a teaspoon of turmeric, 1 teaspoon of sandalwood powder and coconut water. Apply it on the face thrice weekly to get clear and glowing skin.

Removes eye makeup: Coconut oil can also be used to remove eye makeup. Put a few drops of coconut oil on a cotton ball and wipe your eyes with it. It effectively removes the tough eye makeup by breaking down the ingredients in the eye makeup. It keeps the skin hydrated too.

Body scrub: Coconut can also be used as a body scrub. Mix some coconut oil and a cup of brown sugar and stir well. Finally scrape some coconut shell, add a few drops of essential oil and mix it. Your scrub is ready to use. You can also mix 1 tablespoon of coconut water and lentils to make a paste. Rub it gently on the face for 2 minutes and then wash off.

Hair Benefits of Coconut:

Coconut for hair helps to treat hair loss problems. Both coconut water and coconut oil can help to treat hair fall. Massage your hair with coconut water or coconut oil prior to bathing to manage unruly hair and prevent hair breakage. This will also make the hair soft, smooth and manageable.

Prevent scalp infections: The antibacterial and antifungal properties of coconut protect the scalp from dandruff, lice and itchy scalp which often slows down the hair growth.

Healthy hair: Coconut can also help you to get shiny and silky hair. The Vitamin K and iron content in coconut maintain the health of the hair and impart shine to it.

Coconut water is very refreshing and contains simple sugars, electrolytes, minerals, acid phosphatise, catalase, dehydrogenise, peroxidise and polymerases. Not just the water, its oil is also classified as a super food. Its unique combination of fatty acids can have profound effects on your health.