We think transparency is important. Companies should be proud of what they’re making and how they’re making it. We are! That’s why we list every single ingredient we use, right here.
Learn more about what we use, why we use it, and how it benefits you. If you want to know the exact ingredients for any product, just look at the product description — you’ll find it right at the bottom. We’re serious about being honest and up front!
You’ll notice that nowhere on this list are chemical-sounding names that you’d have to look up. That’s because we don’t use those! We think you should be able to just read the ingredients list and know it’s safe, because the ingredients are recognizable, natural items.
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All our herbs are organic. We use whole herbs, because using whole plants is very important to us! Read more about why we do that in Our Philosophy.
Arnica — A fluffy flower that’s used for bruising and soreness. Should not be used internally.
Astragalus Root — A woody root that promotes a healthy immune system.
Blackberry Leaf — Leaves that are high in tannins, good for settling upset stomachs, and treating minor diarrhea. Plus full of nourishing vitamins and minerals.
Black Pepper — Antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and rich in a few key vitamins and minerals. Helps to boost the effectiveness of turmeric root.
Burdock Root — Helps your body to detox, purifies the lymphatic system, supports healthy blood sugar, and more.
Calendula — Soothes itchy or dry skin, chapped or broken skin, and is anti-inflammatory.
Catnip — Calming and relaxing, anti-inflammatory, relieves stomach upset, relieves anxiety and stress, and promotes detox. High in B vitamins.
Chamomile — Relieves upset stomach, soothes sore skin, and promotes restful sleep.
Cinnamon — Anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, helps to balance blood sugar, promotes healthy heart.
Clove — Anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, promotes oral health and relieves minor oral pain.
Comfrey Leaf — Helps to speed wound healing, high in calcium and other key vitamins and minerals. The wild root is dangerous if used internally, but cultivated leaf isn’t. (We only use cultivated leaf.)
Cramp Bark — Relieves pain, muscle spasms, and muscle cramps. Helps to promote urinary tract health.
Dandelion — One of nature’s most powerful herbs! The leaves are a natural diuretic and filled with tons of vitamins and trace minerals (“nature’s multivitamin”). The roots promote a healthy liver and help detox. The blossoms are mildly anti-inflammatory.
Echinacea — A great immune booster. Helps to shorten the duration of minor illnesses.
Elderberry — Anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and anti-inflammatory. Excellent for colds and flu.
Fennel — Good for soothing upset stomachs, gas, and indigestion.
Fenugreek — Promotes milk production, removes extra mucus from the body, good for sore throats.
Ginger — Soothes sore throats and coughs, anti-inflammatory, good for upset stomachs, motion sickness, and morning sickness.
Lavender — Soothing, good for sore skin, promotes restful sleep, good for upset stomachs.
Lemon Peel — High in vitamin C.
Marshmallow Root — Soothing and mucilagenic. Coats leaky guts, soothes upset stomachs, soothes sore throats. Also slippery in hair and works as a detangler!
Meadowsweet — Gentle pain reliever, good for upset stomachs, anti-inflammatory.
Motherwort — Good for anxiety, promotes calm mood. Soothes upset stomachs, promotes healthy periods, and may help hyperthyroidism.
Mullein Leaf — Good for all things respiratory! Soothes sore throats, cough, sinus pain and pressure.
Nettle Leaf — Super nourishing herb, filled with high amounts of calcium, vitamin K, etc. Promotes a healthy pregnancy, healthy milk supply, healthy urinary tract, and healthy blood sugar levels. Also beneficial for seasonal allergies.
Passionflower — Promotes calm mood, relieves anxiety.
Peppermint — Cooling, soothing, helps upset stomachs, relieves minor headaches.
Raspberry Leaf — Tones smooth muscles, promotes a healthy pregnancy. Relieves morning sickness, and relieves minor diarrhea, and high in many vitamins and minerals.
Rosehips — High in vitamin C.
Rose Petals — Anti-inflammatory, soothing, relieves dry and itchy skin.
Rosemary — Astringent, excellent for promoting healthy skin and hair.
Skullcap — Soothes the nervous system (promotes even mood and relieves anxiety), promotes healthy blood sugar, anti-inflammatory, hormone balancing.
Spearmint — Relieves upset stomach, much milder than peppermint. Also high in B vitamins and other vitamins and minerals.
Stevia — Naturally sweet flavor. May help balance blood sugar.
Turmeric — Anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-viral. Promotes healthy blood sugar levels.
Witch Hazel Bark — Astringent. Promotes healthy skin and wound healing.
Bergamot — A citrusy scent which promotes uplifted mood and reduces stress.
Cedarwood — Anti-inflammatory, good for skin and oral health. Kills fungus. Promotes calm mood.
Citronella — Helps to repel insects. Anti-inflammatory, and calms muscle spasms.
Frankincense — Anti-inflammatory, promotes healthy skin, promotes healthy digestion.
Lavender — Anti-inflammatory, promotes restful sleep, reduces stress.
Lemon — Anti-bacterial, relieves stomach distress.
Orange — Anti-inflammatory, promotes balanced mood, aphrodisiac.
Neroli — Good for skin, anti-inflammatory, helps acne.
Patchouli — Good for skin and hair. Promotes clear skin, reduces the appearance of scars.
Peppermint — Soothes upset stomachs, gets rid of gas, relieves sore muscles.
Spearmint — Soothes upset stomachs, refreshing and invigorating.
Rose-Geranium — Ant-inflammatory, helps with depression and anxiety.
Rosemary — Stimulates hair growth, helps with breathing (in older people; not safe for babies).
Oils, Butters, and Waxes
Apricot — Soothing to skin, anti-inflammatory, and great for sensitive skin.
Avocado — Gentle on skin, nourishing for dry skin, excellent in soaps (makes for a gentle cleanser).
Castor — Thick and emollient for dry skin, helps to break up oils and detox gently.
Cocoa Butter — Very rich and nourishing for dry skin.
Coconut — Anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-viral, good for sun protection and bug protection.
Evening Primrose — Good for very dry skin, soothing.
Grape Seed — Anti-inflammatory, good for sun protection.
Jojoba — Very nourishing, easily absorbed, non-greasy.
Kokum Butter — Very nourishing and completely non-comedogenic (won’t clog pores at all).
Mango Butter — Very nourishing for dry skin.
Neem — Helps prevent bug bites. Reduces redness and inflammation, helps treat acne, and won’t clog pores.
Olive — Gentle, nourishing oil that cleans gently in soap and helps soothe red and irritated skin in balms.
Pumpkin Seed — Super nourishing oil that promotes skin soothing, reduces redness, and more.
Raspberry Seed — Natural sun protection, high antioxidant.
Shea Butter — Very moisturizing and good for dry skin.
Beeswax — Naturally solidifies oils to create balms, locks in skin moisture.
Activated Charcoal — Helps draw out toxins naturally.
Arrowroot Powder — Absorbs moisture and keeps you dry.
Bentonite Clay — Absorbs toxins and draws out junk.
French Green Clay — Keeps skin balanced and smooth, draws out toxins.
Kaolin Clay (Rose) — One of the gentlest clays, draws out toxins and lends a pretty pink color.
Himalayan Sea Salt — Anti-bacterial, mildly exfoliating.
Potassium Hydroxide — Used in making liquid soap. No lye is left in the finished soap.
Sodium Hydroxide — Used in making bar soap. No lye is left in the finished soap.
Have questions about any of our ingredients? Feel free to send them to firstname.lastname@example.org!
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