Our Ingredients


Every ingredient is carefully chosen, has a specific and definable purpose, and traces back to historic times, when ancient civilizations used natural medicine to cure common ailments. These high quality raw ingredients are 100% natural, sourced in the USA and combined in small batches to maximize freshness, ensure quality and maintain consistency. Each product is specifically formulated to meet the needs of people who are physically active, with a special focus on protecting, nourishing and healing the skin, as well as promoting fast and effective muscle recovery.

There are absolutely no fillers, chemicals, synthetic compounds, petroleum or artificial preservatives.

Please find a full ingredient list and description below and do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about individual ingredients or how the products are made. 

Almond Oil is made from pressed almonds, which produce a pale-yellow liquid that is laden with therapeutic benefits. This gentle and hydrating oil is rich in vitamins and is an excellent emollient that absorbs easily, while soothing and softening the skin. It even protects against UVB rays and treats skin allergies. 

Basil has a fresh, sweet and slightly spicy aroma. It is a natural nerve tonic that has the ability to be a stimulant and/or restorative depending on the body's needs. It is commonly used for soothing sore muscles and elevating mood. 

Baking Soda has alkaline properties that help balance pH levels, which creates an unfavorable environment for fungus and bacteria to survive because sweat is acidic and is neutralized when it comes into contact with baking soda.

Beeswax is a substance that is made by worker honeybees, with natural compounds which help to bind and emulsify cosmetics, lotions and balms. It is a clean and fragrant hydrating ingredient that forms a protective barrier on the surface of the skin, helping to retain moisture and promote skin cell reconstruction. 

Cayenne is made from hot and fiery peppers. The key ingredient known as capsaicin has very powerful pain-relieving properties when applied to the skin. It reduces the amount of Substance P, a chemical that carries pain messages to the brain. When there is less substance P, the pain messages no longer reach the brain, and you feel relief. Moreover, cayenne stimulates circulation and blood flow to the skin, delivering vital nutrients to overworked muscles. 

Cedarwood has a storied history, dating back to Sumerian and Egyptian times in the northern and western mountains of the Middle East, where it was a symbol of strength, wisdom and protection. A natural sedative, it has the power to relieve tension and stress by soothing the mind and body, while defending the body against toxins in times of stress. Its therapeutic properties help treat dry, itchy skin and it is excellent at breaking down cellulite.

Cocoa Butter is pressed from the roasted seeds of the Cacao tree, which produces a rich, creamy and aromatic moisturizer loaded with natural vitamins, antioxidants and fatty acids that penetrate the skin for deep hydration. It is especially beneficial for healing dry, cracked skin and preventing skin from peeling because its emollient properties add a protective layer of hydration by helping skin retain water.

Coconut oil is excellent for the skin and has been used for centuries all over the world for its health and beauty benefits. It contains medium chain fatty acids, including lauric acid, capric acid and caprylic acid, along with natural antioxidants that give it antibacterial, antiviral and moisturizing properties. It has been shown to protect and treat the skin from a variety of skin conditions, as well as the ability to cure acne and promote anti-aging. 

Cypress was used as a cleansing and purifying incent by Nepalese and Tibetan cultures for thousands of years, as the fresh, green and balsamic needle-bearing tree provided energy, refreshment and vitality. Applied topically, it has a refreshing, cleansing effect that prevents bacterial growth which causes odor and its antispasmodic properties relaxes muscles and nerves, bringing relief from cramps and spasms.

Dead Sea Salt comes from the waters of the Dead Sea and it is known for high levels of magnesium, potassium, calcium chloride, and bromides. These minerals help combat stress, calm the nervous system, restore skin moisture, ease muscle stiffness and relax muscles, and replenish lost sodium.

Distilled Water is a natural and purified solvent. It is free from chlorine, bacteria and other substances that may be found in tap water, which strip moisture and weakens skin elasticity. It is excellent at dissolving impurities on the skin and leaving pores clean and unclogged. This helps increase the penetration and absorption of the active ingredients.

Epsom Salt is a pure mineral compound of magnesium and sulfate. Magnesium plays numerous roles in the body, including regulating the activity of over 325 enzymes. Specifically, it eases stress and relaxes the body, relieves muscle pain and cramps, helps muscle and nerve function, and eliminates toxins. 

Eucalyptus is native to Australia and New South Wales, where Aborigines used it for everything from paper to mulch, fuel, wind breaking and malaria fighting. It was used widely during World War I, to treat meningitis and the influence of 1919. Eucalyptus has strong anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, making it an excellent tool for reducing muscle tension, inflammation, and soreness due to overexertion.  

Fir Needle conjures up scenes of alpine forests and winter wonderlands. The fresh, clean smell of fir needle is uplifting and invigorating, but its benefits extend far beyond scent alone. It’s a natural analgesic, which helps sooth pain and inflammation, helps eliminate bacteria that leads to body odor and is beneficial in detoxifying the body. 

Ginger is warm and spicy, and it has been valued for thousands of years in Ayurvedic medicine. It's soothing and warming qualities, combined with anti-inflammatory properties, bring rejuvenation and healing. 

Glycerin is a natural humectant, which means it draws moisture in the skin and helps it stay nourished and moisturized. It’s excellent for repairing and smoothing damaged skin like cracked heals.

Grapefruit is a hybrid fruit that originated on the island of Barbados and was named after the clusters of fruit on the tree, which often appear similar to grapes. The essential oil is made from the peels of fresh fruit, giving it a sweet and citrusy aroma that invigorates and energizes, and provides a clarifying effect on the mind. It’s a well-known for its cleansing and detoxifying abilities because it stimulates the circulatory system, which helps collect and remove metabolic waste.

Hawaiian Red Salt is naturally occurring salt that comes from Hawaiian volcanic clay. It is prized by native Hawaiians for its legendary health benefits. It has over 80 trace minerals, including high concentrations of iron, magnesium, fluoride, calcium and chloride. 

Lavender is a beautiful, versatile flower with calming and sedative properties. It is the most used essential oil in the world and has been mentioned in texts for medicinal and religious purposes for over 2,500 years. The Egyptians used it for mummification and as a perfume, while the Romans used it for bathing, cooking and scenting the air. Today it is often used as an anti-inflammatory, pain reliever and stress reducer, with calming and relaxing properties.

Lemon is a clean smelling citrus aroma known for its uplifting and clarifying nature. It is excellent at removing toxins, helping to cleanse the body of lactic acid build up in the muscles. It works synergistically on a therapeutic, aesthetic and emotional level to alleviate fatigue and exhaustion. 

Lemongrass originated in Southeast Asia and is similar to lemons, but less mild and sour, with a hint of sweetness. It’s often found in culinary applications, but has many medicinal uses as well. It helps relieve pain in muscles and joints, caused by strenuous activity and athletics due to powerful analgesic properties. It also works as an air freshener and deodorizer, while simultaneously acts as a natural insect repellent, which is a bonus in the summer.

Orange essential oil is cold-pressed from the rinds of oranges, producing a strong, fresh scent with excellent cleansing abilities. Its primary component is limonene, which is a powerful antioxidant that fights free radical damage, inflammation and oxidative stress. It has high levels of vitamin C, which boosts immunity and helps protect the skin, while fighting signs of aging like wrinkles by promoting the production of collagen.

Patchouli is a native plant from Asia, where it grows wild at high altitudes. The strong, sweet and spicy aroma has been used for centuries in perfumes because it’s excellent at eliminating and masking body odor. It’s well known for its use in aromatherapy as an antidepressant because inhaling it releases pleasure hormones like serotonin and dopamine, which lifts mood and relaxes tension. Lastly, its anti-fungal properties make it useful in protecting cuts or sores from becoming infected.

Peppermint increases breathing passages by dilating the blood vessels of the muscle tissues in the lungs. Plus, it helps release and relax tight muscles when applied topically. The aroma is invigorating, refreshing and stimulating. Repeated studies have shown its effectiveness for arousing concentration, focus and mental sharpness. 

Rosemary has a bright and uplifting aroma that arouses strength and vigor. It warms the muscles and helps them stretch for optimal performance. It has traditionally been used for boosting mental activity, decreasing stress, and relieving stiffness of the joints.   

Shea Butter can be traced back to ancient Egypt, where it was transported and traded by caravans for cosmetic use to protect the hair and skin from the hot, dry conditions of the African Savannah. Its ultra-moisturizing ability penetrates deep into the skin and promotes tissue cell generation, which boosts collagen production, softens rough skin and protects against harsh climates.

Sweet Marjoram is comforting and soothing. It helps relieve physical and emotional stress, while relaxing the body and mind. It is excellent for reducing inflammation of the tendons, releasing muscle spasms and healing cartilage.  

Tea Tree Oil is a natural plant extract from Australia and New South Wales, where aborigines used the leaves to heal infections, wounds and burns. It contains powerful antibacterial properties, which are so effective that it can attack and eliminate staph infections, including MSRA, without the use of antibiotics. It is excellent at treating and preventing Athlete’s Foot, as well as nail fungal infections, common with black toenails caused by running.    

Vitamin E contains strong antioxidants that are excellent for skin health, as it protects against pollutants, prevents moisture loss and prevents premature aging. Moreover, it is a natural preservative that delays the onset of rancidity in fats and oils, which extends product shelf life. 

Witch Hazel is a plant that is native to North America and parts of Asia that has been used for centuries for its skin-healing properties. The bark, twigs and leaves contain polyphenols and tannins responsible for making Witch Hazel a natural astringent that removes dirt and excess oil from the skin, which helps clean and prevent sweaty feet. Its powerful antioxidants speed healing, prevent cellular damage and eradicate bacteria that lives within the pores of the skin.