Our ingredients


Let's line up what science has identified that its oils, in addition to seasoning beer with can do for good:

Preservative (Hence its function in beer, yes in addition to the taste then!)



Antifungal (So it can soothe and remove the bran in areas affected by fungi, they say)

Mental sedation (Formerly used as a remedy for "hysterical" people)

Flavonitis tin (Chocolate, blueberries and acai, throw yourself into the wall!)

Hormone-influencing (Contains Estrogen, reminiscent of Estrogen)

Anticancer (In Japan, a specific clone is bred for this very purpose, it is not possible to buy the specific variety for us ordinary mortals)

Cocoa butter

The cocoa butter gives a very oily feeling to the skin and stays there; it takes several hours for the fat to be absorbed.

The greasy surface protects against weather and wind and retains moisture. Cocoa butter contains essential fatty acids, rich in antioxidants that fight free radicals and also deeply moisturize the skin. Also contains a high content of vitamin E, which helps to repair the skin and stimulate cell renewal. Coconut butter smells wonderfully deep of chocolate.

Shea butter

Shea butter is rich in emollients, it has anti-inflammatory properties and antioxidants and can reduce inflammatory skin diseases. It also contains vitamins A and E which protect the skin from being damaged by the sun's harmful UV radiation. Vitmanin E also soothes dry skin and improves skin elasticity, so it is extra good for aging skin.

Almond oil

Almond oil is very good for minor skin problems, such as dry skin or herpes. It is said to relieve itching, protect the skin from rashes, relieve pain, soften swollen areas and relieve irritation.

Coconut oil

Coconut oil contains lauric acid and caprylic acid which the body likes. it has anti-inflammatory properties, and is said to soothe bruises and bags under the eyes.

Castor oil

Castor oil is filled with antioxidants. It is suitable for all skin types but has been shown to give fantastic results in acne precisely because of its ability to cleanse deeply and dissolve fat in the pores. Castor oil is also said to reduce aches and pains, treat wounds and act as a powerful antifungal.

Olive oil

Olive oil is said to be good on dry and cracked skin, and contains a high proportion of monounsaturated fat, anti-inflammatory polyphenols, chlorophyll, vitamin E and antioxidants as well as the most common fatty acid; monounsaturated oleic acid (Omega 9).


Beeswax protects against weather and wind, repels cold and water, preserves heat and moisture. Soothes irritated skin that gets peace and quiet under the wax protection, softens dry and chapped skin. The wax also has antibiotic properties.

Rapeseed oil

Rapeseed oil is especially good for dry skin and for eczema. It contains antioxidant tocopherols (vitamin E) and several phytosterols that have anti-inflammatory and protective effects. In a Swedish study of refined rapeseed oil, it was found that it can relieve itching and skin irritation almost as well as cortisone, probably due to the high content of sterols; Sterols from the oil are even better than cortisone.

Essential oils

Essential oils are concentrated plant extracts that contain the natural scent and taste, or the very "essence" of its source. They are extracted by various forms of distillation. They can be inhaled or applied to the skin. They can stimulate the sense of smell and have medicinal effects when absorbed by the body. There are over 90 types of essential oils, each with its own unique scent and potential health benefits.