100% American made.
All ingredients in this oil are part of our American history and grown and produced right here in the US.
Jojoba Oil: Jojoba oil is the liquid that comes from the seed of the Simmondsia Chinensis plant, which is a shrub native to southern Arizona, Nevada, and Southern California. Although called an oil, it's actually a liquid plant wax and has been used in folk medicine for a number of ailments. Native Americans use jojoba oil for treating sores and bruises. Today, it's commonly used to treat acne, psoriasis, sunburn, and chapped skin. It's also used by people who are balding because it encourages hair regrowth. Because Jojoba is an emollient, it soothes the skin and unclogs hair follicles.
Texas Cedarwood: The essential oil is extracted by steam distillation from the heartwood and wood shavings of this small, alpine evergreen native to the Southwestern U.S. Some of the most common benefits of Cedarwood essential oil include: improves focus and wisdom, promotes hair growth, has anti-inflammatory agents, reduces skin irritations, relieves spasms, cures fungal infections, repels bugs, cures acne, reduces cough, stimulates metabolism, tightens muscles, and cleans out toxins.
Silver Fir/White Fir: The Fir tree has long been used as building material, Christmas trees, and even by Native Americans for traditional health practices mostly native to Colorado and other parts of the Northern Rocky Mountain Region. Despite the versatile applications for the tree, Silver Fir is also useful for producing a potent essential oil. Silver and White Fir essential oil can be used topically or aromatically to promote calming, stabilizing, and even energizing effects for the user, with a clean, crisp aroma that is reminiscent of a wooded forest. As a unique essential oil, Fir has the power to soothe skin, reduce stress, and uplift the atmosphere.
Mint Bergamot: Bergamot (Monarda), also known as bee balm or horsemint, is a flowering perennial herb and a member of the mint family native to North America. Its flowers and leaves are ornamental and edible and offer several medicinal benefits. Bergamot Mint Essential Oil is a good choice when you are looking for a calming, relaxing, oil that isn't a real sedative, like the other calming oils. It offers some balancing activity but leans more towards antidepressant, and anti-anxiety activity. The anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, activity makes this oil a great choice for your acne, oily skin, product lines, as well, where it will help to improve those conditions without over-drying the skin. Historically, Bergamot was used medicinally and as a tea by Native Americans. It's believed that during the tea boycott that occurred after the Boston Tea Party, American colonists were introduced to Bergamot Tea by the Oswego Indians. According to Medicinal Herb Info., Bergamot was later primarily cultivated by the American Shakers, herbalists who appreciated the plants culinary and medicinal value.