Argan OilFound here
Argan trees are acacia plants that grow mainly in Morocco. Argan oil is rich in natural vitamin E and fatty acids (Omega-6 and Omega-9) with nourishing and antioxidant properties.
Morocco's Forrest Forest is a UNESCO World Heritage Site now.
Shea ButterFound here
Shea butter is the ivory or cream-colored fat derived from the African shea (Vitellaria paradoxa) nut. Shea butter is an edible fat rich in vitamins A, D, E and F. It can moisturizes dry skin.
The healing properties of shea butter are so powerful that in the Wolof language of Senegal, the shea tree is called the karate tree, which means "the tree of life."
Promotes healthy hair growth and repairs damaged hair.
Coconut OilFound here
Coconut oil makes hair soft and shiny, promotes hair growth, repairs hair dye damage, and moisturizes dry hair.
Coconut oil contains the most powerful antibacterial ingredients of two foods - capric acid and lauric acid, which act as the skin's natural barrier against harmful bacteria that cause allergies and eczema. Vitamin E in coconut oil ensures normal sebum production for healthier skin.
Tasmanian Blue GumFound here
Tasmanian Bule Gum originated in Tasmanian Australia. It is a naive and cuddly koala food. It is rich in antibacterial and natural antiseptic ingredients, which can effectively inhibit acne bacteria. It has a good inhibitory effect on itching, redness, and bacterial growth caused by greasy scalp.
Tasmania was connected to mainland Australia before the end of the Ice Age about 10,000 years ago. At the end of the Ice Age, the water from melting snow covered the junction of the two sides of the strait, forming the Bass Strait. Because Tasmania is not connected to the Australian mainland, it has developed relatively slowly, and thus retains many original features.
Queen Garnet Plum ExtractFound here
The Queen Garnet plum has been lovingly cultivated to be ‘the queen of antioxidants’.
It contains ANTHOCYANINSQUER CETIN, RUTIN, FLAVONOID GLYCOSIDES, PHENOLICS, CHLOROGENIC ACID [CGA] and ORGANIC ACIDS.