Shea butter - strengthens and protects the skin against irritation and has the properties of soothing the symptoms of burns and allows it to heal faster after injuries. It also speeds up the wound healing process. Linseed oil - has a light, delicate texture and a high content of vitamins that nourish the skin and stimulate its natural repair processes. It even helps in the fight against difficult to heal wounds, burns, chafes in infants or pressure ulcers in people who spend a lot of time lying down, for example as a result of an illness.
It apparently accelerates the healing of even those wounds that were difficult to heal so far. Linseed oil moisturizes and tones the skin, and in the case of, for example, burns, it significantly reduces pain.
Castor oil - The proteins contained in castor oil are disinfecting and anti-inflammatory. In addition, it soothes irritations, protects the wounded skin and supports the healing process, especially of scars.
Sea buckthorn oil - fruits contain valuable fats, mostly saturated and monounsaturated, including omega 7 acid. It is helpful in treating people who have problems with the gastrointestinal mucosa, non-healing erosions or even stomach ulcers. This substance also supports the healing and regeneration of external wounds or burns.
Sea buckthorn oil has been used to treat radiation burns following the Chernobyl nuclear power plant explosion.
Hemp oil - due to its many nourishing and regenerative properties, it is used in cosmetics supporting the treatment of many skin diseases, including in atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, acne and excessively dry skin with signs of aging.
Argan oil - regenerates the skin and facilitates healing. Comfrey macerate - the chemical composition of comfrey is very valuable, because it contains a unique allantoin, which stimulates cells to develop, regenerate, and facilitate wound healing.
It has also been proven to alleviate the symptoms of psoriasis, has anti-inflammatory and astringent properties, and accelerates the regeneration of not only bones and tendons, but also the skin. Marigold macerate - thanks to the carotenoids and triterpenes contained in this raw material, they accelerate wound healing.