Natural Ingredient Chart R-Y
Name Part(s) UsedCosmetic Use
Rose Hipsrosebush Used as an astringent, also soothes, and conditions.
Rose Oilflowers Used as a fragrance and moisturizer in cosmetics.
Rosemary herb, root Used in cosmetics for its astringent properties and dandruff control.
Safflower Oil seedsUsed as a conditioner and lubricant.
Sage leaves Used as a preservative, anti-microbial and deodorant in cosmetics.
Sea Kelp seaweed Used as an emollient.
Shea Butter seedsUsed as a conditioner and moisturizer. Eaten as a butter in Africa.
Slippery Elm Bark bark Used to soothe the scalp and skin.
Tea Tree Oil leavesUsed to encourage cleansing and acts as an anti bacterial, anti-dandruff treatment.
Thyme, Mother of leavesUsed to stimulate the circulation.
Vitamin A Used as a healing agent sunscreen and skin conditioner. Stimulates new cell growth and prevents clogging of hair follicles.
Vitamin D (Califerol) Used to promote healing and maintain healthy skin or scalp.
Vitamin E (Tocopherol) oils Used as an anti oxidant to preserve cosmetics. Also conditions and moisturizes. Helps maintain sebum levels.
Wheat Germ Oil Used to moisturize and condition.
Witch hazel bark, leaves Used as an astringent in hair care products.
YarrowleavesUsed to stimulate hair growth and prevent baldness.
Yuccaleaves Used to increase foam in shampoos and heal cuts and bruises.