Activated Charcoal: Charcoal is like a magnet, that absorbs and removes toxins from pores. It is the miracle powder and has various uses such as whitening teeth, alleviating gas and bloating, treating alcohol poisoning, acne, skin lesions, and insect bites.
Aloe Vera Gel: Used in ancient times by Egyptians and often referred to as “the plant of immortality”. Aloe vera is a cactus plant found in the deserts of Africa. The leaves of aloe secrete a clear gel that can be applied topically to soothe and re-hydrate parched skin. Aloe has been proven effective in treating skin infections, sunburn, acne, and lessens the visibility of stretch marks. It has anti-inflammatory properties and is perfect for healing burns and cuts. When applied to the skin, it softens dead skin cells and slows down visible signs of aging.
Cocoa Butter: Cocoa butter is a vegetable fat extracted from cacao pods that grow on the cacao tree native to the Americas. It is a natural moisturizer excellent for protecting the skin and hair. Cocoa butter soothes sensitive skin and shields skin from heat damage, leaving it supple and soft. The antioxidants in cocoa butter strengthen and add volume to damaged, limp hair. Fatty acids improve moisture retention and elasticity. It can be used to treat dry skin conditions like eczema and minimize scarring and stretch marks.
Coconut Oil: This super-food, contains a combination of fatty acids keeps the skin smooth to the touch. The Vitamin E in coconut oil provides antioxidant properties that enhance the skin’s overall health and appearance. Coconut oil is rich in proteins that repair damaged skin and alleviates dry skin conditions such as psoriasis, and eczema. The proteins also contribute to cellular health and tissue repair, along with a wide range of other benefits within the body. When used on hair, it rejuvenates follicles and adds vitality, encouraging healthy hair growth.
Dead Sea Salt: Dead sea salt moisturizes, softens and detoxifies the skin. There are many therapeutic benefits to dead sea salt such as relaxing muscles and stimulating blood circulation. Full of minerals that enrich the skin and remove dead skin cells, while polishing skin to perfection, dead sea salt is an unmatched exfoliator.
Grapeseed Oil: Extracted from the seeds of wine grapes, grapeseed oil is a powerful antioxidant. Grapeseed oil helps strengthen and repair damaged blood vessels providing circulation to alleviate spider and varicose veins. It is astringent in nature and aids in tightening and toning the skin. The emollient properties in grapeseed oil provide protection against sun damage and fight against the effects of dermatitis and acne.
Kaolin Clay: Traditionally, kaolin clay has been used to nourish and soothe various skin types. It is a detoxifying and cleansing agent that removes dead skin cells in an effort to help the skin quickly regenerate. It is used to treat inflammation as well as acne. Rich in vitamins, kaolin clay is often used in skin care that is made specifically for sensitive skin.
Olive Oil: Full of antioxidants such as Vitamin E, minerals, and natural fatty acids that fight skin aging and skin damage, olive oil absorbs into the skin effortlessly. When applied to thick and curly hair, it controls frizz and gets rid of dandruff. Olive oil penetrates the skin to cleanse, hydrate, moisturize, and aid in exfoliation.
Chamomile Extract: Chamomile extract is powerful and has anti-inflammatory properties. It heals acne, reduces scarring from eczema, and accelerates skin healing. Chamomile has been known to even skin complexion and is also an antiseptic.
Pink Himalayan Salt: Originating from the mountain ranges of Asia, Himalayan Salt is rich in both minerals, iron, and iodine. It is used as a detoxifying agent that replenishes the nutrients of the skin, stimulate circulation, and soothe aching muscles. Himalayan Salt is chock full of antiseptic qualities to heal skin conditions such as acne, psoriasis, and eczema.
Shea Butter: Originating from the seeds of the shea (Karite) tree, found originally in west and central Africa. Naturally rich in Vitamins A, E, and F it provides the skin with UV protection, and nutrients essential for collagen production. Equipped with cinnamic acid, shea butter is an anti-inflammatory and protects the skin’s natural oils. Shea butter has been known to minimize the appearance of stretch marks, improve the softness of skin, restore elasticity, and treat various skin conditions such as eczema, dry skin, insect bites, dermatitis, wrinkles, and sunburn. Not only is shea butter a stellar skin moisturizer, it can also be used to restore hair sheen, veracity, and luster.
Jojoba Oil: Jojoba oil is rich in both vitamins and minerals. It has vitamins E and B, Zinc, copper and iodine. It treats stubborn acne, prevents razor burns, lightens dark circles, and reduces the appearance of wrinkles. Jojoba oil even balances oil production.
Rosehip Seed Oil: Extracted from the seeds of rose plants, rosehip seed oil reduces inflammation, redness, and turns back the hands of time. It reduces wrinkles, firms the skin, and also brightens its appearance. It’s full of vitamin C, a collagen-stimulating nutrient that makes skin glow.
Soy Wax: Soy wax is a vegetable wax made from the oil of soybeans. It is a renewable resource with no additives and meets Vegan standards. No beeswax here!
Vitamin E Oil: Vitamin E oil tones, repairs, and increases circulation in the skin. It helps fade scars and heal topical imperfections caused by skin hyperpigmentation, burns, cuts, or acne. Vitamin E provides UV protection and is full of antioxidants that make the skin luminous and soft. It naturally boosts the production of collagen, essential to adding elasticity to the skin and slow down the signs of aging. As a deep conditioner, Vitamin E oil protects the hair shaft and prevents breakage.
*Please consult a healthcare provider if you have any questions about a particular health condition. Information on this website has not been evaluated or approved by the Food & Drug Administration. Please contact your doctor immediately if you suspect that you have a medical problem or emergency. Use of any products sold on this site will be at your own discretion and responsibility. Despite the vegan nature of our products, everybody’s skin is different; some people may react or are allergic to natural ingredients. Majenye cannot be responsible for allergies to products, particularly if you have very sensitive skin or a pre-existing dermatological condition.