Ingredient Guide

Beeswax       Canola Oil       Arnica      Hypericum       Calendula       Wintergreen       Peppermint       Menthol       Eucalyptus       Tea Tree       Clove       Capsicum    Camphor       Lemongrass       Ginger       Lavender

Beeswax

Beeswax

  • Can be edible but most benefits are external
  • Can be used in aromatherapy, cosmetically, and medicinally
  • Anti-bacterial, can help with abrasions and healing skin
  • Locks in moisture in skin, which can protect from weather
  • Will not clog pores (Good when needed frequent reapplied)
  • Anti-Sceptic
  • Anti-Viral
  • Pure-Nothing artificial
  • Mild scent to scentless – will not irritate client

COSMETIC: Hydrating, Softening, Smoothing, Non-Comedogenic, Protective, Smoothing, Regenerative, Strengthening, Conditioning, Soothing, Collagen-Enhancing.

MEDICINAL: Anti-Allergenic, Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Bacterial, Anti-Viral, Protective, Regenerative, Strengthening. (Newdirectionsaromatics.com, 2019)

Used In:

  • Original
  • Recover
  • Sport
  • Relax
  • Hotspot

Canola Oil

  • Third Largest vegetable oil in terms of usage
  • Largest production of oil
  • Using on skin has a huge range of benefits externally
  • High in fatty acid, which can moisturize the skin
  • Mild in taste and scent, preventing irritation
  • Contains vitamin E and K, which can reduce the appearance of ageing
  • Since it is not sticky, it can be used on oily skin with comfort
  • Prevents skin infections due to its antibacterial properties
  • Canola got its name from the phrase “Candian Oil”
  • Reduces stiffness and tenderness
  • Help with breakouts

Used In:

  • Original
  • Recover
  • Sport
  • Relax
  • Hotspot
Canola Oil
Arnica

Arnica (Arnica Montana)

  • Commonly used to relive inflammatory pain
  • Ideal to use on sports injuries
  • Used in folk medicine
  • Antiseptic
  • Tropical pain relief medicine
  • Grown in the highlands of Europe
  • Combined with specialist sport massage, can assist in soothing inflammatory pain
  • Can help reduce bruising
  • The plant itself is a protected species (that’s a fun fact)
  • May speed the healing process
  • Helps with aching and fatigued muscles
  • Decreased discomfort in pains and insect bites
  • Increases blood circulation
  • Stimulates white blood cell production
  • Also effective in improvement of the skin due to sunburn

Used In:

  • Recover

Hypericum (Hypericom perfortum) 

  • Naturally grown in Australia, particularly on the East Coast (more info here)
  • Also known as St Johns Wart (We like Hypericum better!)
  • Dates back to ancient Greece-And was used for wound healing
  • As well as helping with the body, it is beneficial for the mind, as there is evidence the use of Hypericum can help with mild depression, anxiety and other mood disorders
  • Anti-bacterial, and anti-viral
  • Anti-Inflammatory
  • Wound healing agent

 

Used In:

  • Recover
Canola Oil
Calendula

Calendula (Calendula Offinalis)

  • Extracted from Marigold flowers
  • Can reduce inflammation when applied to skin
  • Originates from Europe
  • Safe for all ages (Unsure about pregnant women)
  • Used for centuries (since the 12th Century)
  • Use on skin increases blood flow to the area, helping with injuries, such as rashes and burns
  • Often used in First Aid creams
  • Loved by bees (Fac could be good for a post)
  • Soothes skin conditions (such as eczema)
  • Moistening to the skin
  • Protects the skin against infection and other harmful Bactria
  • 7 Ways to Use Calendula for Your Skin
  • The Many Uses of Calendula

Used In:

  • Recover

Wintergreen (Gaultheria procumbens)

  • Can also be a tea!
  • Native to North America, with shiny leaves and red berries
  • Used by Native Americans medicinally
  • Induces relaxation (Perfect for recovery!)
  • Can induce sleep
  • Stimuates blood circulation
  • Has a warming effect, soothing muscles when used externally
  • Absorbable into the skin, direct benefits
  • Improves alertness
  • 11 Important Benefits Of Wintergreen Essential Oil

Used In:

  • Recover
  • Hotspot
  • Sport
Wintergreen
Peppermint

Peppermint (Menta Pipertia)

Used In:

  • Recover

Menthol

  • Gives a cooling sensation
  • Soothes symptoms of respiratory issues, including blocked noses, headaches and sore throats
  • The use of menthol on the skin can reduce aches, pains and cramps
  • Especially helpful for sprains thanks to its cooling sensation
  • Creams with menthol are popular with athletes due to the anti-cramping and relief of skin irritations and relieving sensation, providing quick results
  • 10 Cool and Refreshing Uses for Menthol Crystals
  •  What are the benefits of Methol?

Used In:

  • HotSpot
  • Sport
Menthol
Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus dives CT piperitone)

  • Many Species of eucalyptus
  • Antispectic for any wounds

Used In:

  • HotSpot
  • Sport

Tea Tree (Melaleuca Alternifolia)

  • Australian
  • Used for over 100 years in Australia
  • Help boost immunity
  • Can help with skin conditions such as acne, oily skin, dryness, and itching
  • May speed up wound healing

Used In:

  • HotSpot
  • Sport
Tea Tree
Clove

Clove (Eugenia Caryophyllata)

  • Australian
  • Used for over 100 years in Australia
  • Help boost immunity
  • Can help with skin conditions such as acne, oily skin, dryness, and itching
  • May speed up wound healing

Used In:

  • HotSpot
  • Sport

Capsicum (Capsicum annuum)

  • As well as being delicious, capsicum has many external benefits
  • the digestive system, blood system, muscular/skeletal, and skin applications
  • Warming-Perfect for the hotspot
  • A natural source of warmth when used externally

Used In:

  • HotSpot
  • Sport
Capsicum
Camphor

Camphor (Cinnamomum camphora)

  • Organic compound
  • Used to treat skin and respiratory conditions
  • Can help improve skin overall
  • Heals burns and other skin conditions
  • Relief congestion and coughing
  • Can help with muscle cramps and tightness
  • Antispasmodic

Used In:

  • HotSpot
  • Sport

Lemongrass (Cymbopogon Flexuosus)

Used In:

  • Relax
Lemongrass
Ginger

Ginger (Zingiber offcinale)

  • Dates back as fair as the 4th century BC
  • Ginger helps internal muslces
  • Used for 200 in traditional Chinese medicine
  • Cold and flu relief
  • Can help with symptoms of nausea
  • Pain reduction
  • Anti-inflammatory
    May improve brain function
  • https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/265990.php
  • The Amazing and Mighty Ginger
  • Science Direct: Ginger

Used In:

  • Relax

Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia)

  • Anxiolytic,
  • Antioxidant,
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Antimicrobial
  • Inhaled can be calming and assist in sleep
  • Can help with bug bites and burns
  • Can help with fungal infections
  • Support immunity
  • All About Lavender Oil

Used In:

  • Relax
Lavender