Calendula

Calendula officinalis

Origin: Mediterranean region and Asia Minor.

Benefits of external use:

– Antiseptic
– Anti-Irritant
– Astringent
– Skin-protecting properties
– Healing
– Antibacterial
– Fungicide
– Moisturizer

How it is used in Set Free: We use flowers for the extraction of essential oil, which is used in the preparation of the After Sun Mist.

Thyme

Thymus

A genus of about 350 species of herbaceous and perennial herbs, known commonly as thyme. Thymus vulgaris is the one used in the preparation of our products.

Origin: Native to temperate regions of Europe, North Africa and Asia.

Benefits of external use:

– Antimicrobial
– Expectorant
– Toning
– Astringent
– Activates circulation and nervous system.
– Stimulates capillary circulation.
– To treat insect bites and as a repellent.

Ancient Egyptians used thyme in preserving mummies because of its antibacterial properties.

How it is used in Set Free: Leaves and flowers used for the extraction of essential oil, which is used in the preparation of our insect repellent and Relaxing and Revitalizing Oils.

Chamomile

Chamaemelum nobile

Origin: Native to Europe.

Benefits of external use:

– Antiseptic
– Antibacterial
– Anesthetic
– Relaxing
– Anti-irritant
– Antimicrobial
– Fungicide
– Soothing

How it is used in Set Free: We use flowers for extracting essential oil, which is then used in the preparation of our After-Sun Mist.

Aloe

Aloe Vera

Origin: It is native to northern and eastern Africa. It has been cultivated in Peru, the Arabian Peninsula, the Canary Islands and Mexico.

Benefits of external use:

– Moisturizer
– Supplying oxygen to cells
– Increases suppleness of the skin
– Rich in vitamins, minerals, proteins, polysaccharides, enzymes and amino acids
– Anti-inflammatory
– Antimicrobial
– Regenerative

How it is used in Set Free: We use the crystals or pulp; they are used as ingredients in our After-Sun Mist.

Pine

Abies Alba

Origin: Native to the mountainous regions of Europe.

Benefits of external use:

– Healing
– Disinfectant
– Astringent
– Skin-protecting properties
– Antibacterial
– Fungicide
– Moisturizer

How it is used in Set Free: We use the leaves, roots, bark and resin to extract essential oils.

Sesame

Sesamum Indicum

Origin: India and Africa.

Benefits of external use:

– It has bactericidal properties
– Provides warmth to the skin
– Anti-inflammatory
– Rich in vitamin E
– Increases peripheral circulation of the skin, which is why it provides heat in cold weather.
– It functions as a natural sunscreen against UVB radiation.
– Promotes a natural tan.
– Moisturizer
– Revitalizes the skin
– Useful in treatments for sagging skin
– Helps combat dry skin

How it is used in Set Free: We use essential oil as an ingredient in our Relaxing and Revitalizing Oils.

Rosemary

Rosmarinus Officinalis

Origin: Its natural habitat is the Mediterranean, southern Europe, northern Africa, and South America. The warmer and dryer the weather, the more intense its scent is.

Benefits of external use:

– Muscle relaxant
– Anti-inflammatory
– Activates circulation
– Kills bacteria

How it is used in Set Free: We use the leaves and flowers to extract essential oil and then use them in our Relaxing Oil, Revitalizing Oil, and Easy Breathe products.

Lavender

Lavándula Officinalis

A genus of the family Lamiaceae which contains about thirty species known by a variety of different names.

Origin: Mediterranean countries.

Benefits of external use:

– Antiseptic
– Mild sedative
– Relaxing
– Astringent

How it is used in Set Free: We use the leaves and flowers to extract its essential oil, which is used to create our Relaxing and Revitalizing Oils.

Ylang-Ylang

Canaga Odorata

Origin: Indonesia and the Philippines

Benefits of external use:

– Improves dry or dull skin
– Anti-stress
– Anti-anxiety

How it is used in Set Free: We use essential oil in the formulation of Relaxing Oil.

Azahar

Citrus Aurantium

Origin: Eastern regions of India.

Benefits:

– Sedative
– Relaxant
– Anti-anxiety

How it is used in Set Free: We use flowers for the extraction of essential oil, which is used in the preparation of Relaxing Oil.

Mint

Mentha o Mastranto

Origin: Mediterranean and Central Asia.

Benefits of external use:

– Disinfectant
– Anti-inflammatory
– Antiseptic
– Kills bacteria

How it is used in Set Free: We use leaves and flowers to extract essential oils and then use those in our Breathe Easy product.

Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus globulus Labill

Origin: Australia and Tasmania.

Benefits of external use:

– Antimicrobial
– Bactericide
– Fungicide
– Expectorant
– Anti-inflammatory

How it is used in Set Free: We use flowers for the extraction of essential oil, which is used in the preparation of Breathe Easy.

Sage

Salvia officinalis

Origin: widely distributed in various regions of the world like South Africa, all around the Americas and Southeast Asia.

Benefits of external use:

– anti-inflammatory
– antioxidant
– antiseptic
– muscle relaxant
– sedative
– expectorant
– astringent

How it is used in Set Free: We use leaves and flowers for the extraction of essential oil and it is used to create Relaxing and Revitalizing Oils.

Tea Tree

Melaleuca alternifolia

Source: East Coast of Australia.

Benefits of external use:

– Antiseptic
– Antiviral
– Healing
– Anti-inflammatory
– Fungicide
– Bactericide
– Analgesic

How we use it in our products: We use essential oil as one of the ingredients in our deodorant.

Arnica

Árnica Montana

Origin: Eastern Region of North America and Europe highlands.

Benefits of external use:

– Anti-inflammatory
– Analgesic
– Antibacterial
– Useful in healing muscle tears or strains, sprains and dislocations.

How it is used in Set Free: We use flowers and roots to extract essential oil, which are then used in the preparation of revitalizing oil.

Clove

Zyzygium aromaticum

Source: East Coast of Australia.

Benefits of external use:

– Antiseptic
– Expectorant
– Anti-inflammatory
– Antibacterial
– Anesthetic
– Aromatic
– Insect Repellent

How it is used in Set Free: We utilize flowers for the extraction of essential oil, which is used in the preparation of our insect repellent.

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