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View our comprehensive list of ingredients used in our Msolana Skincare products. All of our products are natural & organic.  We only use ingredients that are sustainably sourced and of high-quality. Our goal is to provide you with the best care for your skin, while also ensuring that we're doing our part in protecting the environment. We believe in creating products that promote healthy, glowing skin without any harsh chemicals or animal testing. All Msolana Skincare products are cruelty-free, vegan, and proudly made in the USA.Thank you for choosing Msolana Skincare. We look forward to helping you on your skincare journey!

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Product Descriptions

  1. Ile’Aje’ Ground Pumice Scrub

    1. Ground Pumice - Cosmetic Grade

    2. Colloid Oatmeal - Cosmetic Grade

    3. Dead Sea Salt - Cosmetic Grade

    4. Sodium

    5. Sulphur 

    6. Bromides

    7. Zinc 

  2. Glycerin- a powerful humectant with a thick viscosity, derived from vegetable sources. When used correctly, it adds a wonderful touch and binds moisture effectively. However, caution is advised when using glycerin alone for prolonged periods. But fear not, as long as it is rinsed off and used in appropriate amounts, glycerin will work its magic without any adverse effects. Experience the smooth and luxurious sensation it leaves behind after each use, no matter where it is applied. It provides a feeling of moisture without any stickiness or greasiness, when titrated correctly.

 

  1. Grapeseed Oil-Personal touch-medium viscosity. Lite scent. Penetrates, but sits on top for about 15 minut

Ingredients Description:

  • The ingredients of ile Aje Pumice Body Scrub include ground pumice of cosmetic grade. This volcanic rock is known for its exfoliating properties. We chose this medium for exfoliation because it is soft, aerated, and contains trace minerals, complementing the benefits of colloidal oatmeal and Dead Sea salt. The ground and finely ground pumice provide a gentle exfoliation that can be done 3–4 times a week. It's worth noting that pumice naturally contains aluminum, but it is not a concern for the average, healthy individual. Those with aluminum-related impairments are already aware of what to avoid.

Minerals: 

  • Since pumice is inorganic, it does not decompose or compact over time. Consequently, it maintains its continuous functionality and can be recycled and reused.

  • Pumice does not attract or serve as a host for fungi, nematodes, or insects.

  • Lastly, pumice has a pH level that is neutral.Pumice is extracted from regions worldwide that have active volcanic activity and possess pumice deposits. It contains trace amounts of essential minerals such as phosphorus, potassium, calcium, magnesium, sodium, copper, iron, and manganese.

 

  1. iI’Aje’ Ground Pumice Scrub also contains colloid oatmeal of cosmetic grade, 

  • derived from oatmeal itself. The distinction lies in the proper treatment and preservation of the WHOLE oat's benefits through cosmetic-grade processes. While colloidal oatmeal can function as an exfoliant, in this case, its purpose is to nourish and soothe the skin. The concept behind this formulation is to infuse nutrition while enhancing the exfoliation process. Notably, the scrub's appearance is enriched by the inclusion of colloidal oatmeal, giving it a distinct muddy look.

For those with sensitive skin, there is also a gentle option available that incorporates ground pumice, fine ground pumice, and colloidal oatmeal. Additional additives can be chosen from the available menu as well.

Nutrients: What essential nutrients are in oatmeal?

  • Oat also contains micronutrients such as vitamin E, folates, zinc, iron, selenium, copper, manganese, carotenoids, betaine, choline, sulphur containing amino acids, phytic acid, lignins, lignane and alkyl resorcinols (Flander et al.) ESA(Essential Fatty Acids): Vit E

 

  1. Dead Sea Salt - the grade for cosmetics. Not to be confused with plain "Sea Salt." Dead Sea Salt is named after its origin and carries its reputation. Throughout history, the Dead Sea has been revered for its remarkable healing properties, especially for the skin. People from all over the world have traveled far and wide to immerse themselves in the Dead Sea, enjoying the nourishing mud and its beneficial effects. The salt from the Dead Sea is truly unique. While it shares the same main ingredient as other salts (sodium/Na+), its sodium concentration is the lowest compared to other types of salt. Apart from its low sodium concentration, it is enriched with...you guessed it, an abundance of minerals!

Looking for a detox scrub? Look no further than Salted Avocado! This exceptional scrub combines finely ground Dead Sea Salt, glycerin, and avocado oil. It works wonders for body acne and provides relief to sore muscles.

Minerals:

Unlike typical sea salt, Dead Sea salt has a significantly lower sodium chloride content, with only 30.5%. In its composition, Dead Sea salt boasts essential minerals such as magnesium, sodium, potassium, and calcium. These minerals offer a wide array of benefits, both for the skin and overall health. 

 

Sodium helps to cleanse and remove dead skin cells and improve the skin’s ability to absorb moisture. It is also beneficial for lymphatic fluid balance, which in turn is important for our immune system.

Magnesium is significant for many systems in the body and is essential for the healthy functioning of cells, nervous system, muscles, bones, and heart. It can help to calm the nervous system, reduce stress, support sleep and soothe aches and pains. It can also help protect the skin from external damage, reduce inflammation and support cellular regeneration and repair.

Calcium is effective at combating water retention, improving circulation and strengthening bones and nails. It also plays an important role in replenishing skin cells, strengthening skin cell membranes and supporting the skin’s barrier function

Potassium helps the body regulate fluid, send nerve signals and regulate muscle and heart contractions. It also helps to keep the skin hydrated and supports the rapid growth of new skin cells, which promotes healing and keeps your skin looking younger and healthier. It is a crucial mineral to replenish following intense exercise.

Sulphur helps remove dead skin cells and prevent blocked pores. It also has powerful healing, antifungal, antimicrobial, and antibacterial properties.

Bromides have antiseptic properties that help to heal and relieve skin conditions. They also help to relax and ease stiff muscles.

Zinc is vital for cell growth, collagen formation and for wound healing. It is an important antioxidant and is often used in the treatment of acne and dermatological infections.

 

  1. Glycerin- a powerful humectant with a thick viscosity, derived from vegetable sources. When used correctly, it adds a wonderful touch and binds moisture effectively. However, caution is advised when using glycerin alone for prolonged periods. But fear not, as long as it is rinsed off and used in appropriate amounts, glycerin will work its magic without any adverse effects. Experience the smooth and luxurious sensation it leaves behind after each use, no matter where it is applied. It provides a feeling of moisture without any stickiness or greasiness, when titrated correctly.

 

  1. Grapeseed Oil-Personal touch-medium viscosity. Lite scent. Penetrates, but sits on top for about 15 minutes. Penetrates well with or without water.

Nutrients:

The composition of fatty acids in GSE includes linoleic acid, linolenic acid, oleic acid, and palmitic acid, which play a crucial role in lipid metabolism. Among these, linoleic acid is the dominant fatty acid, followed by oleic acid and palmitic acid.

GSE exhibits a wide range of beneficial properties, including anti-inflammatory, anti-apoptotic, anti-necrotic, cardiovascular, and anti-carcinogenic effects. Additionally, GSE has shown positive effects on various diseases, such as skin aging, and promotes wound healing. Furthermore, the antioxidant property of GSE has demonstrated a potent ability to scavenge oxygen free radicals.

  1. Avocado Oil- Personal touch-lite viscosity lite scent.  Penetrates immediately. Penetrates easiest with water. 

Nutrients:

  • Moisturizes and nourishes - In addition to vitamin E, avocado oil contains potassium, lecithin, and many other nutrients that can nourish and moisturize the skin. The outermost layer of skin, known as the epidermis, easily absorbs these nutrients, which also help to form new skin.

  • Relieves inflammation from psoriasis and eczema- the antioxidants and vitamins in avocado oil may help to heal the dry, irritated, and flaky skin associated with eczema and psoriasis. A person with a skin condition may wish to test a patch of skin first, to ensure that the oil does not trigger or aggravate their symptoms.

3. Prevents and treats acne -Avocado oil offers a myriad of benefits, including acne prevention and treatment. By applying it for brief periods and rinsing off with warm water, the skin stays moisturized without any greasy residue. This hydrating effect lowers the risk of acne. Moreover, avocado oil possesses anti-inflammatory properties, effectively reducing redness and inflammation often linked to acne. Harness the power of avocado oil to nourish your skin and achieve a clearer complexion.

4. Accelerates wound healing- Avocado oil has shown potential in expediting the wound healing process. A noteworthy study conducted in 2013 revealed that the presence of essential fatty acids and oleic acid in avocado oil aids in collagen synthesis, promoting the formation of new connective tissue. Furthermore, these essential fatty acids were found to possess anti-inflammatory properties, aiding in the reduction of inflammation during the healing process. In order to establish avocado oil as a viable treatment for wounds, further research involving human subjects is required.

5. Treats sunburned skin - Avocado oil contains antioxidants that are believed to alleviate the symptoms of sunburn. A thorough analysis conducted in 2011 found that the oil's vitamin E, beta carotene, vitamin D, protein, lecithin, and essential fatty acids can promote healing and provide relief to the skin. Furthermore, several small-scale studies have demonstrated that the consumption of avocados may offer protection against harmful UV radiation.

6. Reduces signs of aging - The first signs of aging usually appear on the skin. Some studies have shown that consuming healthful fats, such as those found in avocados, can help the skin to retain its elasticity. However, researchers have yet to address whether applying avocado oil to the skin has the same effect.

7. Improves nail health - While some people use avocado oil to heal dry, brittle nails, little scientific evidence confirms this benefit. However, using natural oils to keep the nails and surrounding skin soft may help to reduce breakage.

8. Improves scalp health - Applying avocado oil to the scalp as a hot oil mask can help to reduce dandruff and other problems caused by a dry, flaky scalp.

Are you experiencing concerns with a dry scalp that extends to your face? Perhaps you're familiar with the tendency for flaking that intensifies during the winter months. In such cases, I recommend trying the Sensitive variant of Ile'Aje, as well as their beard and body grooming elixir. These products are specifically formulated to address these issues. Additionally, you may find them beneficial for other areas such as the beard, chin, and rough patches on the body. It's ideal to apply them to dampened hair and skin whenever possible. I understand that this may not always be feasible, but do your best to follow this practice for optimal results.

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