Common Ingredients used in Crema Fiore Bath and Body
| Shea Butter
|| Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter) Fruit - For use on all skin types to moisturize severe dry skin. Shea butter
penetrates deep into the skin. With its high content of vitamins A, E & F,
it will provide your skin with all the essential elements it needs for good
skin balance. Heals and soothes irritated, itchy and broken skin. Shea
butter has natural sun protection and skin healing properties. It does
wonders for eczema dermatitis, skin discolorations and rough skin. Shea
butter has been doctor recommended for eczema, post surgery, scars, rashes
and patients suffering from psoriasis. Shea butter works wonders on a baby’s
gentle skin, replacing petroleum and mineral oil, which can be toxic. Plus,
natural shea butter replaces many toxic skincare products currently found in
most households around the world. The amount of time required for optimum
results with various conditions may vary with each condition.
| Mango Butter
|| Mangifera Indica (Mango) Seed Butter - Mango butter is obtained from de-shelled fruit kernels of the mango tree (Mangifera
indica), native to sub-continental India and the tropics. Our Mango Butter
is 100% natural with NO CHEMICAL USE whatsoever. It is a soft solid with and
a very slight sweet scent, and an excellent replacement of paraffin-based
It has emollient properties, high oxidative ability, wound healing, and
regenerative. It has a protective effect against UV radiation. Mango Butter
has been shown to improve in dry skin, skin rashes, skin peeling after
tanning, Eczema, Dermatitis and other skin disorders. It is a multi-purpose
cream so you are likely to discover additional uses. The amount of time
required for optimum results with various conditions may vary with each
| Goats Milk
|| Goat milk leaves the skin feeling silky smooth with a hydrated appearance.
It is and effective and softening skin cleanser. An effective and softening
skin cleanser. Milk proteins smooth, firm and soften the skin. Milk is high
in hydrophilic (water) and lipophilic (fat) factors and has beneficial
vitamins and sugars. It has excellent nutritive value, is packed with
proteins, beneficial fats, vitamins, amino acids and calcium. It is easily
absorbed into the skin. Milk has a long standing in beauty history. The
"new" alpha hydroxy acid skin treatments are simply made up of lactic acid
(milk), citric acid, glycolic, malic, and tartaric acids. These treatments
are not new at all. Cleopatra's famous milk baths contained lactic acid,
which removed the upper layer of the skin to revel smooth, new skin.
| Dead Sea Salt
|| Sodium Chloride - Straight from the Dead Sea in Israel, the concentration of minerals in the
Dead Sea salts are known to be 10 times higher in minerals than any of the
other sea salts. Among the most effective elements of these salts are
magnesium, potassium, bromine, and calcium. They have a positive effect on a
variety of skin germs and thus help prevent inflammations and infections of
the skin along with providing therapeutic treatment for a wide range of skin
conditions. Not only do they offer relief from different skin conditions,
they also are great for just a total body relaxation.
All-natural honey has been used as a beauty product
since the days of Cleopatra and it continues to be used today in
manufactured and homemade products for skin and hair care. Honey is a
natural humectant, which means it has the ability to attract and retain
moisture. The skin’s ability to stay moist (or hydrated) is an important
factor in its ability to maintain softness, suppleness and elasticity. As
skin ages, or as it is exposed to environmental stresses and chemical
agents, it loses its ability to retain water; it becomes dry and appears
wrinkled. Honey’s natural hydrating properties make it ideal for use in
moisturizing products. Because it’s all natural and doesn't irritate the
skin, honey is also suitable for sensitive skin products.
|| Avena Sativa (Oat)
Kernel Meal - Acts as a gentle exfoliate. Oatmeal is
traditionally used to treat rashes and poison ivy and is great for dry skin.
| Sweet Almond Oil
|| Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil - Obtained from the dried kernels of the almond tree, scentless pale yellow
oil which contains glycerides, oleic, and linoleic acid. This oil is rich in
protein, vitamins, and minerals, very nourishing for dry or inflamed skin
conditions. It is an excellent emollient known for its penetrating,
moisturizing and restructuring properties.
| Grapeseed Oil -
|| Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Oil - Rich in vitamins, minerals and linoleic acid. Light penetrating oil great
for massage oils.
| Sunflower Oil
|| Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil - Naturally contains Vitamin E. Forms a “skin” after drying, and helps seal
| Castor Oil
|| Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil - A natural emollient that penetrates the
skin making it more soft and pliable. Caster oil is rich in fatty acids and
lubricating to the skin. It is moisturizing and a natural humectant, meaning
it actually draws moisture to your skin. It works great in combination with
other oils in soap.
| Jojoba Oil
|| Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Oil Seed - Jojoba oil is an extremely
expensive, natural oil made from the jojoba bean. The resultant jojoba oil
is a golden colored, odorless, non-allergic liquid wax. The chemical content
of jojoba oil is very much like that of the sperm whale. Jojoba Oil has
magical properties in restoring moisture and repairing skin damaged by sun,
pollution and chemicals. Jojoba contains vitamins E and B-complex, silicon,
chromium, copper, zinc, and is rich in iodine.
Jojoba oil does not clog the skin. It is suspected that jojoba oil "tricks"
the skin into stopping the production of sebum through somehow mimicking
sebum. This also means that jojoba oil will assist in breaking down sebum in
plugged-up pores. Sebum and jojoba oil will mix readily without sealing off
the skin pores. Jojoba oil will not cause blackheads that contribute to
acne. Jojoba oil is non-irritating. Another remarkable property is that
jojoba oil is non-greasy and leaves no oily after-feel.
| Apricot Kernel Oil
|| Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot) Kernel Oil - Apricot Kernel oil comes from the
large pits of apricots that yield up to 45% oil. The apricot tree is
cultivated throughout the Northern Hemisphere. Apricot kernel oil has 30%
unsaturated essential fatty acid content. The oil is similar in weight to
human sebum. Extremely nourishing to the skin and excellent around the eyes
and neck. Apricot kernel oil is an emollient.
| Aloe Juice
|| Aloe (Barbadensis) Leaf Juice - Used as protection against the rays of the
sun, known for its treatment for burns, relieves scratches, stings, insect
bites, itches, and blemishes.
| Vitamin E
|| Tocopherol - Acts as a free radical scavenger, hinders the oxidizing process
in the skin and promotes soft and supple skin. As an antioxidant it defends
the skin. Helpful in reducing scars and promotes healing. Obtained by the
vacuum distillation of edible vegetable oils. Vitamin E oil is an emollient.
As an antioxidant it is believed to remove the free radicals that cells
produce. Free radicals have been associated with skin cancer and premature
skin aging due to sun exposure. Some experts believe antioxidants are the
most vital weapons in the fight against aging. Most of the damage of our
skin is caused by a free-radical assault from smoke, pollution and UV rays.
Free radicals then turn the oils of our skin rancid, which damages the
collagen. Collagen is the protein fibers that serve as the building blocks
of our skin. Antioxidants are used in skin care products to neutralize free
radicals before they ravage the skin.
| Lemon Essential Oil
|| Citrus Medica Limonum (Lemon) Peel Oil Refreshing Trust - Latin name: Citrus
Limonum. Family name: Rutaceae. Lemon is cold pressed from the lemon peel
and is from the US. It has a fresh lemon scent. Some traditional uses: to
balance the nervous system, as a disinfectant, to refresh and uplift, for
purifying the body. May cause skin sensitivity to the sun or irritate
sensitive skin. Emotional profile: to relieve bitter resentment, distrust,
irrational thinking, apathy.
| Lavender Essential Oil
|| Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil Healing Expression - Latin name:
Lavandula officinalis. Family name: Labiatae. Lavender oil is distilled from
the flowering tops of the plant and is imported from France. It has a sweet,
fresh scent. Lavender has been used for centuries as a fragrance and a
medicine. Some traditional uses: balancing emotions, relieving stress,
tension and headache, to promote restful sleep, heal the skin, to lower high
blood pressure, help breathing, for disinfecting. Emotional profile: for
panic, hysteria, fears, insecurity, trauma, worry, burnout, addiction,
obsessive and agitated behaviors.
| Grapefruit Essential Oil
|| Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Peel Oil - Purification - Latin name: Citrus
paradisi. Family name: Rutacaea. Grapefruit oil is cold pressed from the
peel of the U.S. grapefruit. It has a fresh, sweet, citrus scent. Some
traditional uses: to lift melancholy, relieve muscle fatigue, as an
astringent for oily skin, to refresh and energize the body, stimulate
detoxification, as an airborne disinfectant. Emotional profile: for use with
self-doubt and criticism, dependency, frustration and grief.
| Eucalyptus Essential Oil
|| Eucalyptus Globulus Leaf Oil Room to Breathe - Latin name: Eucalyptus
globulus. Family name: Myrtaceae. It is distilled from the leaves and is
imported from Australia. It has a strong camphorous odor. Aborigines have
used eucalyptus leaves to remedy many ills. Some traditional uses: for
colds, as a decongestant, to relieve asthma and fevers, for its bactericidal
and anti-viral actions, to ease aching joints. Avoid if you have high blood
pressure or epilepsy. Emotional profile: to help with explosive-heated
emotions, irrational thinking.
| Sweet Orange Essential Oil
|| Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Peel Oil Happiness - Latin name: Citrus
sinensis. Family name: Rutaceae. Orange oil is cold pressed from the orange
peel and is from the US and Brazil. It has a fruity, sweet scent. Some
traditional uses: to brighten mood, calm and reduce stress, as an
environmental disinfectant. Emotional profile: to relieve apathy, emotional
abuse, worry, addiction, burnout, hopelessness, self-consciousness.
| Patchouli Essential Oil
|| Pogostemon Cablin Oil - Grounded Stability Latin name: Pogostemon
cablin. Family name: Labiatae. Patchouli oil is distilled from the leaves
and is imported from Indonesia. It has an intense earthy, balsamic-woody
aroma. Some traditional uses: for athlete's foot, as an aphrodisiac, to
relieve stress and nervous exhaustion. Emotional profile: to relieve
indecision, lethargy, mood swings.
| Peppermint Essential Oil
|| Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil Receptive Vision - Latin name: Mentha
piperita. Family name: Labiatae. Peppermint oil is distilled from the leaves
and flowering tops of the plant and is grown in the US. It has a sweet, mint
aroma. Herbalists in ancient Greece and Rome used peppermint for nearly
every ailment. Some traditional uses: for energy, and brighter mood,
reducing pain, to help breathing, improve mental clarity and memory.
Peppermint may irritate sensitive skin and should be avoided during
pregnancy. Emotional profile: for shock, overwork, apathy, helplessness.
| Spearmint Essential Oil
|| Mentha Viridis (Spearmint) Leaf Oil Gentle mint - Latin name: Mentha spicata.
Family: Labiatae. Distilled from the flowering tops from the USA. It has the
familiar fragrance of chewing gum. Some traditional uses: for relieving
bronchitis and sinusitis, to ease nausea and headaches, for relieving colds
or flu, to stimulate, energize and relieve fatigue.
| Tea-Tree Essential Oil
|| Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil Strong Health - Latin name:
Melaleuca alternifolia. Family name: Myrtaceae. Tea-tree is distilled from
the leaves and is imported from Australia. It has a spicy, medicinal aroma.
Tea-tree is one of the most scientifically researched oils. Some traditional
uses: as an immuno-stimulant particularly against bacteria, viruses and
fungi, for relieving inflammation, as a disinfectant.
| Preservatives, Antimicrobials
|| Used to preserve and prevent bacteria. A must have in any product that
contains both oil and water unless your going to keep it in the refrigerator
and dispose of it within a few days. All oil and water products will
go bad after a few days without a preservative.
Preservatives/Antimicorbials are not
natural products. Many advertised natural products on the market today
use these preservatives but the customer doesn't realize it.
butyl, propyl, ethyl, and methyl parabens
Diazolidinyl Urea, Methyl Paraben, Propyl Paraben