Earthley Product Guide

Interested in buying from Earthley, but need more information first?  Read our product guide to learn more about each product!

Herbal Salves

An herbal salve is when whole herbs are steeped in plant-based oils for a few days to several weeks (depending on the method and type of herb), and then blended with melted beeswax.  The result is a solid product that can be rubbed on the skin.  It’s usually used for minor rashes, bites, stings, or other skin-related issues.

black drawing salve

Black Drawing Salve

What it is: It’s a combination of activated charcoal, castor oil, and lavender essential oil (as “active” ingredients) in a solid stick form.

What it’s for: It helps to draw out poisons and toxins from the skin.  Use for bug bites, bee stings, poison ivy or oak, small splinters, and other minor skin issues.  It’s great especially for outdoors/camping.

How to Use: Rub a small amount on the affected area and leave it on for 5 – 10 minutes, then wash off.  Repeat as needed until any redness, swelling, or itchiness disappear.

What’s in it: Olive oil, castor oil, activated charcoal, bentonite clay, beeswax, and lavender essential oil.

When it expires: Lasts 12 months.

Who shouldn’t use it: Only if you have an allergy to one of the ingredients — no other known contraindications.  Safe for babies over 6 months, and pregnant/nursing women.

all-purpose salve

All-Purpose Salve

What it is: A very gentle salve that uses the power of calendula, chamomile, and lavender to soothe sore skin and promote healing of minor wounds.

What it’s for: It helps to soothe sore skin.  We use it for diaper rash, eczema, cracked lips/skin, hang nails, minor cuts and scrapes, mosquito bites, minor burns, and any other little ‘sore’ spot.  It’s safe to use on open wounds (as long as they’re not deep or serious).

How to Use: Rub a small amount on the affected area and leave it on.  Reapply as needed, every few hours.

What’s in it: Olive oil, organic calendula flower, organic chamomile flower, organic lavender buds, organic dandelion leaf, beeswax.

When it expires:  Lasts 12 months.

Who shouldn’t use it: Only if you have an allergy to one of the ingredients.  Chamomile is most likely to cause an allergy, and you shouldn’t use this if you have an allergy to ragweed.  Safe for babies, and also pregnant/nursing women.

arnica salve

Arnica Salve

What it is: A salve that combines whole arnica flowers with olive oil.

What it’s for: Sore muscles, headaches, muscle strain, bruises, pressure wounds (like if you hit your hand or drop something on your foot), sunburn.

How to Use: Rub a small amount on the affected area(s) and reapply as needed.

What’s in it: Olive oil, organic arnica flowers, beeswax.

When it expires: Lasts 12 months.

Who shouldn’t use it: Arnica shouldn’t used on open wounds or broken skin.  Safe on babies over 12 months, and pregnant/nursing women.

baby balm

Baby Balm

What it is: A very gentle salve that uses the power of calendula, chamomile, and lavender to soothe sore skin and promote healing of minor wounds.

What it’s for: It helps to soothe sore skin.  We use it for diaper rash, and baby eczema.

How to Use: Rub a small amount on the affected area and reapply as needed (at each diaper change).

What’s in it: Olive oil, organic calendula flower, organic chamomile flower, organic lavender buds, organic dandelion leaf, beeswax.

When it expires:  Lasts 12 months.

Who shouldn’t use it: Only if you have an allergy to one of the ingredients.  Chamomile is most likely to cause an allergy, and you shouldn’t use this if you have an allergy to ragweed.  Safe for babies, and also pregnant/nursing women.

breast balm

Breast Balm

What it is: A soothing combination of oils to protect tender nipples during breastfeeding.

What it’s for: This is a baby-safe salve that is rubbed onto sore nipples while breastfeeding.  It doesn’t need to be washed off before baby nurses again, and will protect nipples from chafing and help reduce redness and pain.  It could also be used as a diaper rash cream.

How to Use: Rub a small amount on the affected area, in between feedings (immediately after feedings) as long as soreness persists.

What’s in it: Apricot oil, organic calendula flowers, beeswax.

When it expires: Lasts 12 months.

Who shouldn’t use it: Only if you have an allergy to one of the ingredients.  Safe for babies, and pregnant/nursing mamas.

milky mama soothing salve

Milk Mama Soothing Salve

What it is: A powerful infusion of lavender and rosemary in castor oil.

What it’s for: Breast pain, soreness, clogged ducts, and redness.  May relieve the painful lumps associated with mastitis.

How to Use: Rub a small amount on sore spots as needed, or every few hours, until pain subsides.

What’s in it: Castor oil, organic lavender buds, organic rosemary leaves, and beeswax.

When it expires: Lasts 12 months.

Who shouldn’t use it: If you are allergic to any ingredient, don’t use. Safe for nursing and pregnant women.

Earache Ease

What it is: A combination of olive oil and mullein leaf.

What it’s for: Ear drops of olive oil infused with mullein leaf (which is awesome for all respiratory stuff) to help ease ear aches and pain.

How to Use: Place 2 – 3 drops in the affected ear while the person is lying on his/her side.  Let the oil sit for 5 – 10 minutes, then have the person sit up.  Hold a cloth against the ear to catch the oil as it drains out.  Repeat every few hours or as needed until the pain subsides.

What’s in it: Olive oil, organic mullein leaf.

When it expires: Lasts 12 months.

Who shouldn’t use it:Only if you are allergic to one of the ingredients.  Safe for babies over 6 months and pregnant/nursing moms.

Breathe Well Salve

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Herbal Extracts

An herbal extract is a combination of a large amount of whole herbs, steeped in glycerin or alcohol (plus filtered water).  The result is a concentrated liquid that is taken internally in small amounts (usually a few drops to a couple teaspoons).  This liquid can help to relieve all kinds of symptoms or boost your overall health!  It’s also shelf-stable for several months.

nourish me naturally

Nourish Me Naturally

What it is: A combination of four nourishing herbs in glycerin, to serve as a natural “multi-vitamin.”

What it’s for: This herbal liquid is very high in vitamin A, B-complex (including folate and B12), C, and minerals like magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, potassium, and more.  Exact vitamin and mineral profiles vary because growing season, length of extraction, and other things can change — the beauty of natural products!  🙂  All vitamins and minerals are in highly bioavailable forms (easily absorbed) and have all their related co-factors.

How to Use: Children 1 – 6 years take 1/2 tsp. per day.  Children 6 – 12 years, take 1 tsp. per day.  Adults 13 and over, take 2 – 3 tsp. per day.

What’s in it: Organic nettle leaf, organic dandelion leaf, organic alfalfa leaf, organic spearmint leaf, palm-derived vegetable glycerin, and filtered water.

When it expires: Lasts 6 – 12 months.  Does not require refrigeration.

Who shouldn’t use it: People with clotting disorders or lupus shouldn’t use products with alfalfa leaf in them.  Safe for babies over 12 months, and pregnant/nursing women (except with clotting issues).

teeth tamer

Teeth Tamer

What it is: A combination of cloves and catnip (yes, for people!) in vegetable glycerin.

What it’s for: This combination relieves redness, pain, and irritability associated with teething pain in babies.  It also relieves tooth pain in adults.

How to Use: Give baby 2 – 3 drops, or up to a dropperful (the amount that is naturally drawn into the dropper when you squeeze and release; it won’t actually be “full”) as needed, especially before sleep.  Teeth Tamer is taken by mouth (baby swallows it).  Adults can take 1 – 2 droppers full as needed.

What’s in it: Organic catnip leaf, organic whole cloves, palm-derived vegetable glycerin, and filtered water.

When it expires: Lasts 6 – 12 months.

Who shouldn’t use it: Only if you have an allergy to one of the ingredients.  Safe for babies over 4 months, and pregnant/nursing women.

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Cough-B-Gone

What it is: A combination of mullein, fenugreek, and dandelion root in a base of vegetable glycerin.

What it’s for:To help with occasional coughs, sore throats, and congestion.

How to Use: Take 1/2 – 1 dropper full as needed (1 – 2x per day when symptoms are present).  Can mix into juice to hide the taste if desired.

What’s in it: Organic mullein leaf, organic dandelion root, organic fenugreek seed, organic alcohol, and filtered water.

When it expires: Lasts 1 – 2 years.

Who shouldn’t use it: Contains alcohol, so don’t use in babies under a year; use discretion after that.  Do not use while pregnant.

Tummy Calm

What it is: A combination of ginger, fennel, turmeric, and marshmallow root in a glycerin base.

What it’s for: For soothing occasional upset tummies, indigestion, etc.

How to Use: Use 3 – 4 drops for kids under 2, or 1 dropper full for older kids/adults as needed, by mouth.  (Can put it in juice or tea to make it easier to take.)

What’s in it: Organic ginger root, organic fennel seed, organic turmeric root, organic marshmallow root, palm-derived vegetable glycerin, and filtered water.

When it expires: Lasts for about a year.

Who shouldn’t use it: Anyone with a bleeding/clotting disorder, or pregnant women in their final month should not use.  Turmeric is a blood thinner.

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Digest-Ease

What it is: A combination of blackberry leaf, marshmallow root, turmeric root, and echinacea in a base of non-GMO certified alcohol.

What it’s for: To relieve occasional gas, bloating, constipation, diarrhea, and to promote overall gut health.

How to Use: Take 1 dropper full by mouth as needed.  Can mix into juice or tea to make it easier to take.

What’s in it: Organic blackberry leaf, organic echinacea leaf, organic turmeric root, organic marshmallow root, organic certified cane alcohol, and filtered water.

When it expires: Lasts 1 – 2 years.

Who shouldn’t use it: Anyone with a clotting/bleeding disorder, or pregnant in their final month should not use.

Infant Tummy Calm

What it is: A combination of ginger, fennel and catnip in a base of vegetable glycerin.

What it’s for: For the relief of gas or upset tummies in infants, or the temporary relief of colic symptoms.

How to Use: Use 2 – 3 drops by mouth as needed.

What’s in it: Organic ginger root, organic fennel seed, organic catnip leaf, palm-derived vegetable glycerin, and filtered water.

When it expires: Lasts about 6 months.

Who shouldn’t use it: Safe for all ages.

ease the ache

Ease the Ache

What it is: A combination of motherwort, cramp bark, and other herbs in an alcohol base.

What it’s for: The relief of menstrual cramps and other occasional female cramping; to promote hormone balance.

How to Use: Take 1 dropper full by mouth as needed.  Can mix into juice or tea if desired.

What’s in it: Organic motherwort, organic cramp bark, organic raspberry leaf, organic nettle leaf, organic cane alcohol, and filtered water.

When it expires: Lasts 1 – 2 years.

Who shouldn’t use it: Do not use in pregnancy.  (Safe while breastfeeding.)

sleepy time

Sleepy Time

What it is: A combination of catnip, skullcap, and passionflower in a glycerin base.

What it’s for:To promote restful sleep, and calm mood.

How to Use: Take 1/2 – 1 dropper full by mouth, about 20 – 30 minutes before bed time.

What’s in it: Organic catnip, organic skullcap, organic passionflower, palm-derived vegetable glycerin, and filtered water.

When it expires: Lasts about 6 months.

Who shouldn’t use it: Be careful during pregnancy — passionflower is strong.

Immune Boost

What it is: A combination of echincea, astragalus, and other herbs in an alcohol base.

What it’s for: To promote a healthy immune system response.  Use if you’re not quite feeling right, at the first sign of illness, if you’ve been exposed to something, etc.  Not intended for daily use.

How to Use: Use 1/2 – 1 dropper full per day as needed.  Can mix into juice or tea

What’s in it: Organic dandelion leaf, organic echinacea, organic astragalus root, organic cane alcohol, and filtered water.

When it expires: Lasts 1 – 2 years.

Who shouldn’t use it: Safe for pregnant/nursing women and children over 2.

Nourish Her Naturally

What it is: A combination of six nourishing herbs in glycerin, to serve as a natural “multi-vitamin.”

What it’s for: This herbal liquid is very high in vitamin A, B-complex (including folate and B12), C, and minerals like magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, potassium, and more.  Exact vitamin and mineral profiles vary because growing season, length of extraction, and other things can change — the beauty of natural products!  🙂  All vitamins and minerals are in highly bioavailable forms (easily absorbed) and have all their related co-factors.  This version is specifically targeted for women’s unique needs.

How to Use: Adults 13 and over, take 2 – 3 tsp. per day.

What’s in it: Organic nettle leaf, organic dandelion leaf, organic raspberry leaf,  organic catnip, organic alfalfa leaf, organic spearmint leaf, palm-derived vegetable glycerin, and filtered water.

When it expires: Lasts 6 – 12 months.  Does not require refrigeration.

Who shouldn’t use it: People with clotting disorders or lupus shouldn’t use products with alfalfa leaf in them.  Safe for pregnant/nursing women (except with clotting issues).

Sinus Saver

What it is: A combination of herbs to help with sinus and seasonal allergy symptoms.

What it’s for: This herbal extract combines turmeric, which is anti-inflammatory; nettle, which helps with histamines; black pepper, which boosts the turmeric root; elderberry, which helps block histamines; and dandelion root, which promotes detox and liver support.  This powerful combination relieves seasonal allergy symptoms as well as the symptoms of sinus infections.

How to Use: Children 2 – 6 years take 4 – 5 drops per day.  Children 6 – 12 years, take 10 – 15 drops per day.  Adults 13 and over, take 30 – 40 drops per day.

What’s in it: Organic nettle leaf, organic dandelion root, organic turmeric root, organic elderberries, organic black pepper, organic cane alcohol, and filtered water.

When it expires: Lasts 1 – 2 years.  Does not require refrigeration.

Who shouldn’t use it: Safe for people over 2 years.

pain potion

Pain Potion

What it is: A combination of five key herbs to gently relieve pain.

What it’s for: This was designed for migraines and tension headaches, and may be beneficial for other forms of pain.  It is not designed for sinus headaches (try Sinus Saver).

How to Use: Children 6 – 12 years, take 10 – 20 drops as needed.  Adults 13 and over, take 30 – 40 drops as needed.

What’s in it: Organic meadowsweet, organic dandelion root, organic mullein leaf, organic peppermint leaf, organic turmeric root,organic cane alcohol, and filtered water.

When it expires: Lasts 1 – 2 years.  Does not require refrigeration.

Who shouldn’t use it: Safe for kids over 6 (unless they have a fever), and pregnant/nursing women.

Tranquil Nights

What it is: A combination of catnip, skullcap, and passionflower in an alcohol base.

What it’s for:To promote restful sleep, and calm mood.  May help with anxiety.

How to Use: Take 1/2 – 1 dropper full by mouth, about 20 – 30 minutes before bed time.

What’s in it: Organic catnip, organic skullcap, organic passionflower, organic alcohol, and filtered water.

When it expires: Lasts 1 – 2 years.

Who shouldn’t use it: Be careful during pregnancy — passionflower is strong.

Personal Care and Lotions

This stuff needs little explanation — it’s soap, lotions, and other things for your body!

Good Night Lotion

What it is: A combination of magnesium and lavender essential oil blended with nourishing skin oils.

What it’s for: To promote restful sleep — falling asleep faster, staying asleep longer. May also benefit occasional leg cramps, occasional constipation, or occasional headaches.

How to Use: Use a pea-sized amount (a bit less for young kids, a bit more for adults) and spread on legs or belly prior to sleep.

What’s in it: Apricot oil, shea butter, mango butter, magnesium chloride flakes, beeswax, and lavender essential oil.

When it expires: Lasts 6 – 12 months.

Who shouldn’t use it: Safe for anyone over 2 months of age.  Safe while pregnant/nursing.

 

Mama’s Magnesium Dream Cream

What it is: A combination of magnesium and nourishing skin oils.

What it’s for: To promote restful sleep — falling asleep faster, staying asleep longer. May also benefit occasional leg cramps, occasional constipation, or occasional headaches.

How to Use: Use a pea-sized amount (a bit less for young kids, a bit more for adults) and spread on legs or belly prior to sleep.

What’s in it: Apricot oil, kokum butter, mango butter, magnesium chloride flakes, and beeswax.

When it expires: Lasts 6 – 12 months.

Who shouldn’t use it: Safe for anyone over 2 months of age.  Safe while pregnant/nursing.

Detoxifying Deodorant

What it is: A deodorant product that relies on magnesium and arrowroot (baking soda-free).

What it’s for: To reduce body odor and keep you dry.

How to Use: Spread a small amount under your arms as needed.

What’s in it: Apricot oil, mango butter, beeswax, magnesium chloride flakes, arrowroot powder.  (Citrus = lemon, orange, and/or grape fruit essential oils.  Woods = Cedarwood, pine, and rosemary essential oils.  Lavender = lavender essential oil)

When it expires: Lasts about 6 months.

Who shouldn’t use it: Safe for anyone over 6 years of age.

Whipped Body Butter

What it is: A nourishing body butter for dry skin.

What it’s for: Deeply nourishing and moisturizing, our Whipped Body Butter hydrates very dry skin and soothes itchiness.

How to Use: Smooth a small amount onto skin as needed, especially after a shower or bath.

What’s in it: Mango butter, apricot oil, and/or pumpkin seed oil.  Vanilla beans in vanilla, and lavender or lemongrass EO in lavender or lemongrass.

When it expires: Lasts about 12 months.

Who shouldn’t use it: Safe for all ages, barring allergy to any ingredient.

Remineralizing Tooth Powder

What it is: A combination of activated charcoal and bentonite clay with whole herbs for oral health.

What it’s for: To replace a standard toothpaste and improve oral health, plus remineralize and whiten teeth naturally.

How to Use: Dip the edge of your toothbrush into the powder, you only need a small amount.  Brush as usual.

What’s in it: Activated charcoal, bentonite clay, organic stevia powder.  Spice also contains organic clove powder and organic cinnamon powder.  Mint also contains organic peppermint leaf powder and organic spearmint leaf powder.  Lemon Berry also contains organic lemon peel and organic berry blend (acai, pomegranate, and goji).

When it expires: Lasts about 12 months.

Who shouldn’t use it: Safe for all ages.  Safe if swallowed.

Lavender Green Clay Mask

What it is: A combination of French green clay and lavender essential oil.

What it’s for: To promote smooth, clear skin.  Good for acne-prone/oily skin especially.

How to Use: Spread a small amount onto wet skin, enough to cover lightly, avoiding eyes and mouth areas.  Leave on for about 10 minutes, or until dry.  Gently remove with a warm, wet wash cloth.  Follow with your normal moisturizer.

What’s in it: French green clay, filtered water, lavender essential oil

When it expires: Lasts about 3 – 4 months.

Who shouldn’t use it: Not the best choice for dry/sensitive skin.  Do not use if allergic to lavender.

Black Drawing Mask

What it is: A combination of castor oil and charcoal.

What it’s for: Drawing toxins and impurities out of skin, promoting smoother skin.

How to Use: Spread a small amount on clean skin.  Let sit for about 15 minutes.  Remove with a warm cloth.  You will need a small amount of natural soap to remove all of the mask, it is very messy.

What’s in it: Activated charcoal, bentonite clay, and castor oil.

When it expires: Lasts about 6 months.

Who shouldn’t use it: Safe for most skin types.  Better not to use if you have very sensitive skin.

vanilla bean lip balm

Vanilla Bean Lip Balm

What it is: A nourishing combination of vanilla-infused apricot oil and mango butter.

What it’s for: To soothe dry, chapped lips, or prevent chapping.

How to Use: Smooth onto lips as needed.

What’s in it: Apricot oil, whole vanilla beans, mango butter, and beeswax.

When it expires: Lasts about 6 months.

Who shouldn’t use it: Safe for everyone.

body oil

Calendula-Rose Body Oil

What it is: A luxurious combination of apricot and jojoba oils, infused with calendula and rose.

What it’s for: Excellent for dry, red, or itchy skin.  Also excellent as a massage oil.

How to Use: Rub a small amount into skin to nourish and repair dry, damaged skin.  Or, use a larger amount before an at-home massage.

What’s in it: Apricot oil, jojoba oil, organic calendula flowers, and organic rose petals.

When it expires: Lasts about 12 months.

Who shouldn’t use it: Safe for all ages, except for allergy issues.

leave-in conditioner

Silky Smooth Leave-In Conditioner

What it is: A combination of jojoba oil, marshmallow root, and other herbs to nourish and condition hair.

What it’s for: To nourish the scalp and detangle hair.

How to Use: Spray lightly on wet hair and comb through.

What’s in it: Filtered water, non-GMO cane alcohol, organic lavender buds, organic rosemary leaf, organic marshmallow root, and jojoba oil.

When it expires: Lasts about 6 months.

Who shouldn’t use it: Safe for all ages.

Whipped Body Butter

What it is: A combination of mango butter and apricot oil, to deeply nourish skin.

What it’s for: To deeply nourish dry skin.

How to Use: Smooth onto skin as needed.

What’s in it: Mango butter, apricot oil. May also contain vanilla beans (vanilla body butter), lavender essential oil (lavender), lemongrass essential oil (lemongrass).

When it expires: Lasts about 6 months.

Who shouldn’t use it: Safe for all ages.

sugar scrub

Sugar Scrub

What it is: A combination of nourishing olive oil and turbinado sugar.

What it’s for: To gently exfoliate skin while moisturizing.

How to Use: Rub gently onto skin, then rinse off.

What’s in it: Olive oil, turbinado sugar.  May contain lavender essential oil (lavender) or peppermint essential oil (peppermint).

When it expires: Lasts about 6 months.

Who shouldn’t use it: Safe for all ages.

Soothing Skin Balm

What it is: A combination of nourishing oils and vegetable glycerin.

What it’s for: Eczema, extremely dry, itchy and red skin.  Helps to repair damaged skin.

How to Use: Rub a small amount on the affected areas daily until the skin clears up.

What’s in it: Apricot oil, mango butter, beeswax, vegetable glycerin, organic calendula flowers.

When it expires: Lasts about 12 months.

Who shouldn’t use it: Safe for all ages, barring allergy.

Pest Aside

What it is: A combination of coconut and neem oils with patchouli and citronella essential oils.

What it’s for: Repelling bugs naturally.

How to Use: Rub a small amount of exposed areas before going outside in buggy areas.

What’s in it: Organic coconut oil, organic neem oil, beeswax, patchouli essential oil, and citronella essential oil.

When it expires: Lasts 6 – 12 months.

Who shouldn’t use it: Safe for babies over 6 months.  Safe in pregnancy and while nursing.

Sun Shield

What it is: A combination of avocado, grapeseed, raspberry seed, and other oils.

What it’s for: For natural skin protection out in the sun.  Helps to ward off UV rays and prevent skin damage at a cellular level.

How to Use: Rub into skin before going out into skin.  Give it a chance to absorb.

What’s in it: Organic olive oil, avocado oil, virgin raspberry seed oil, grapeseed oil, mango butter, organic comfrey leaf, organic dandelion leaf, calendula flowers, and beeswax.

When it expires: Lasts 6 – 12 months

Who shouldn’t use it: Safe for babies over 6 months.  Safe in pregnancy and while breastfeeding.

Natural Soaps

coconut milk soap

Gentle Coconut Milk Soap

What it is: A super gentle soap made with coconut milk.

What it’s for: A general body and hand soap.  Good for dry skin.

How to Use: Lather wet skin and wash with the bar, then rinse clean.

What’s in it: Olive oil, coconut oil, avocado oil, organic coconut milk, sodium hydroxide*, mango butter, and castor oil.  Scents contain orange, lemon and/or grapefruit essential oils (citrus); lemon and lavender essential oils (lemon-lavender); and lemongrass essential oil (lemongrass).

When it expires: Lasts 1 – 2 years.

Who shouldn’t use it: Safe for all ages, including babies.

shampoo bar

Rosemary-Lavender Shampoo Bar

What it is: Soap infused with lavender and rosemary, designed specifically for hair.

What it’s for: Keeping hair clean, naturally.

How to Use: Lather in your hands and rub into your hair, or lather the bar directly on your hair.  Work the lather through your hair, then rinse.

What’s in it: Extra-virgin olive oil, coconut oil, apricot oil, filtered water, castor oil, sodium hydroxide*, mango butter, organic rosemary leaves, and organic lavender buds.  Scented version has organic lavender essential oil and organic rosemary essential oil.

When it expires: Lasts 1 – 2 years.

Who shouldn’t use it: Safe for all hair types.

sea salt soap

Sea Salt Soap

What it is: An exfoliating soap made with Himalayan salt crystals.

What it’s for: Nourishing dry skin and gently exfoliating.  May also be used as a shaving soap.

How to Use: Rub onto a loofa and apply to skin, or rub directly onto skin and rinse.

What’s in it: Coconut oil, Himalayan sea salt, olive oil, castor oil, mango butter, and orange and/or grapefruit essential oils

When it expires: Lasts 1 – 2 years.

Who shouldn’t use it: May not be suitable for sensitive skin.

charcoal facial soap

Charcoal Facial Bar

What it is: A gentle bar made with coconut milk and activated charcoal.

What it’s for: To gently cleanse your face.

How to Use: Wet face.  Gently rub bar directly onto skin or rub into a wash cloth and gently wash skin.  Rinse with warm water.

What’s in it: Olive oil, coconut oil, avocado oil, coconut milk, sodium hydroxide, mango butter, castor oil, and activated charcoal.  Spearmint scent has spearmint essential oil.

When it expires: Lasts 1 – 2 years.

Who shouldn’t use it: Safe for all ages.

foaming hand soap

Foaming Hand Soap

What it is: A mildly cleansing hand soap.

What it’s for: Washing hands.

How to Use: Wet hands, apply 1 – 2 pumps of soap, lather, and rinse.

What’s in it: Olive oil, coconut oil, apricot oil, potassium hydroxide, castor oil, and lemon, orange, or grapefruit essential oils

When it expires: Lasts 1 year.

Who shouldn’t use it: Safe for all ages.

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