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The experience you get from using this innovative hydration technique in one that you have to feel to understand. Unlike any other product on the market, this raw, organic, vegan, nasties-free ball is filled with pure, clean, health-promoting ingredients that provide Y O U with a daily self-care ritual that will leave you glowing from the outside, in, and with an elevated feeling of being and feeling a l i v e.

Every ingredient we use was once living and growing, just like you are now, and each has unique health-promoting benefits that will have you swooning for more.

 
 

 

Shea Butter

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“Shea Butter is the skin’s best friend”

100% Pure natural Shea Butter is an all-natural vitamin A cream. Shea Butter has shown to be a superb moisturizer, with exceptional healing properties for the skin. We now have a growing list of skin conditions where 100% Premium Butter has shown to be effective. (21 reasons to use Shea Butter.)

Vitamin A in Shea Butter is important for improving a number of skin conditions, including blemishes, wrinkles, eczema, and dermatitis. Additionally, premium Shea Butter cream has properties to treat skin allergies, insect bites, sunburns, frostbites, and a number of other conditions of the skin. Shea Butter’s unparalleled moisturizing property is due to several natural moisturizers present in the cream. The moisturizers in Shea Butter are the same moisturizers produced by the sebaceous glands in the skin.  If you buy the concept that the skin sebaceous glands produce produce moisturizers for the skin, then it’s no wonder the Shea Butter is such a superior moisturizer. The positive biochemical and physiological effect Shea Butter has on skin injuries makes this cream ideal for wound healing. Many users of Shea Butter have reported that Shea Butter promotes and accelerates wound healing. (www.sheainstitute.com) 

Cocoa Butter

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Photo by wagnerokasaki/iStock / Getty Images

Cocoa butter makes an excellent skin moisturizer, plus it does more than just hydrate the skin — it helps actually heal it from the inside out too. It’s a great source of natural antioxidants that are found in cocoa beans (the same kinds found in real, dark chocolate that are tied to benefits like heart health and improved cognitive functioning). Saturated fats are especially beneficial for healing dry, cracked skin because they’re easily absorbed and remain on the skin for hours.

Cocoa butter contains compounds called cocoa mass polyphenols, which some studies have found can help diminish signs of aging, plus soothe sensitive skin suffering from dermatitis or rashes. Polyphenols are types of antioxidants that promote health both internally when eaten and when used topically on the skin. Cocoa’s polyphenols have been found to fight various chronic diseases, degeneration of the skin, sensitivities and even cell mutations.

Research shows that it’s polyphenols have several positive indicators for skin health, including improved skin elasticity and skin tone, better collagen retention/production, and better hydration. When comparing cocoa butter to commercially available products, both showed positive results, but only cocoa butter is free from potentially harmful or irritating ingredients. (www.draxe.com)

Coconut Oil

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Photo by fcafotodigital/iStock / Getty Images

Coconut Oil, or copra oil, is an edible oil extracted from the kernel or meat of mature coconuts harvested from the coconut palm (Cocos nucifera). The coconut tree is considered the “tree of life” in much of Southeast Asia, India, the Philippines and other tropical locations. And today, there are over 1,500 studies proving the health benefits of coconut oil.

Coconut oil contains three unique fatty acids that are responsible for its various health benefits: Lauric aci, Capric acid, and Caprylic acid. These are some of the rarest substances found in nature and the reason why this oil is so beneficial. Lauric acid has a particular structure that allows the body to absorb it easily.  Once absorbed, it morphs into monolaurin, found in human breast milk, and coconut milk and oil. Monolaurin is known for its antiviral, anti-micorbial and antibacterial properties.

Some of the top uses and benefits of coconut oil include: Eczema and Psoriasis treatment, fight inflammation, fight acne, balance hormones, kills candida, improves digestion, moisturizes skin, reduces cellulite, decreases wrinkles and age spots, balances blood sugar and improve energy, cancer protection and defense. (www.draxe.com)

 

 

“Working in dermatology I have tried everything and this is the BEST! I also used it on my cracked heels for a few days and... no more cracked heels!”

-Melissa Wroblewski, NP