Treats severe dryness, greasy feel after applying lotion and biodegradable packaging.
Sheep tail’s fat oil
Sheep tail’s fat is a rich source of many vitamins and minerals, including:
CLA helps skin retain moisture by boosting ceramide synthesis in skin cells; this fortifies the skin barrier and helps to retain moisture in the skin. CLA is a natural ingredient that allows for skin renewal without harsh chemicals or treatments.
Vitamin B12 Zinc. Iron. Its is rich in iron, mostly in the form of heme iron, which is highly bioavailable and absorbed more efficiently than non-heme iron found in plants.
Organic Cocoa Butter
Cocoa butter can replenish skin's moisture and create a barrier to protect your skin from moisture loss. Compared to other oils and creams, cocoa butter tends to be absorbed well without leaving skin greasy. However, cocoa butter definitely helps skin maintain its elasticity and tone.
Organic Coconut oil
This powerful and popular oil has become a mainstay for those who take a natural approach to health, and with good reason. Coconut oil is rich in medium-chain fatty acids, specifically lauric acid, capric acid and caprylic acid, which can easily permeate the skin to moisturize dry patches and prevent oxidative stress. Oxidative stress, due to age or sun damage, can manifest as wrinkles, age spots and discoloration, but this oil’s antioxidant powers can mitigate or prevent those effects. Furthermore, coconut oil contains vitamin E and K, both of which are known to stimulate growth and protect the skin from harmful radiation. Those medium-chain fatty acids mentioned above also have antibacterial, antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties, meaning that they can protect your skin from conditions like psoriasis, eczema, acne and many other unpleasant skin irritations.
Beeswax heals and softens skin, and is an antibacterial agent. It can help you fight conditions like acne, dry skin, eczema, and stretch marks. Organic raw beeswax can help you create your own skin care moisturizers and lotions specially formulated just for you.
DIRECTIONS: Rub the solid lotion stick on the desired dry skin, affected area, or other skin areas that need hydration. Imagine applying it like you apply a deodorant or lip balm.
Cover the dry area in circular motions to make sure it is properly hydrated. The most used places for lotion bars include knuckles, palms, heels, elbows, knees, facial areas, and any areas that have eczema or that are dry.
A solid lotion stick can also help heal cracked skin or sunburns. Natural ingredients help the skin in many ways. So, use on any skin ailment.