Coconut Oil Coconut Oil (organic)
Unrefined, non-hydrogenated virgin organic coconut oil (cocos nucifera) has innate antifungal, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory properties. Botanically, the coconut is a drupe, and not a nut, as many would think, therefore free of nut allergic type reactions.

Jojoba oilJojoba Oil (organic)
Jojoba oil is the liquid produced in the seed of the Simmondsia chinensis (Jojoba) plant, a shrub, which is native to southern Arizona, southern California, and northwestern Mexico.

The structure of jojoba oil closely resembles that of your own skin sebum. Because of this, it has a natural affinity to the skin and is readily absorbed without making the skin feel greasy, does it clog the pores and helps to balance the production of sebum - your skin's own lubricating medium.

Organic jojoba oil is one of the more stable oils and is known to be a good lubricant with excellent moisturizing ability.

Vitamin EVitamin E
Vitamin E has many benefits for the skin. Topically applied, vitamin E is an excellent moisturizer that helps keep the skin healthy and soft. This valuable nutrient locks moisture into the skin and prevents dehydration.

Black Cumin OilBlack Cumin Oil (Nigella Sativa) (organic)
Black Cumin Oil or Black seed oil or genus name Negella Sativa is a long-standing medicinal plant that has been used over the past 2000 years. It is an annual flowering plant in the family Ranunculaceae, native to south and southwest Asia. Its use is broad for both acute and chronic issues with a variety of pharmacological properties, which include anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-histaminic, anti-microbial components.


Mineral Oil  Mineral oil and petrolatum are known to be efficacious in skin replenishing and are also among the most effective, established moisturizing ingredients available. 

Are All Liquid Coconut Oils Created Equal?  

ENT Natruals (SENSES coconut oil ) vs Today's Liquid Coconut Oil

liquid coconut oil, a "new" product did hit the shelves of many health food stores in 2013 called "Liquid Coconut Oil". It is being marketed as a coconut oil that stays liquid even in your refrigerator. This product is actually "fractionated coconut oil" where most or all of the saturated lauric acid has been removed. It has been marketed in the past as "MCT Oil", and not as coconut oil. It was more of a dietary supplement in the past. While we do not believe this product is harmful, it is a manufactured product, and actually a clever way of marketing a "left over" by-product, since lauric acid is the star fatty acid chain in coconut oil, known for its powerful antimicrobial activity.

Agero AL, Verallo-Rowell VM (September 2004). "A randomized double-blind controlled trial comparing extra virgin coconut oil with mineral oil as a moisturizer for mild to moderate xerosis". Dermatitis15 (3): 109-16.