Aloe Vera - Plant whose leafs provide a gelatinous substance used in cosmetics.
Body Butter - Moisturizer designed to be applied to the body.
Botanical - Substance obtained from a plant.
Cleanse - To clean and get rid of unwanted matter.
Cocoa Butter - Pale yellow vegetable fat extracted from the cocoa bean and can contain a high amount of fats.
Has moisturizing capabilities and is usually used in personal care products.
Collagen - Main component of connective tissue.
Conditioner (Hair) - Substance used to detangle and improve the condition of the hair.
Cream - Substance for softening, cleaning and moisturizing skin.
Dermatological - Relating to the skin.
Exfoliant - Substance to remove the oldest dead skin cells on the skin's outermost surface, may help in
maintaining healthy skin.
Glycerin - Simple sugar alcohol compound which prevents skin dryness with its moisturizing properties.
Face Mask - Personal care treatment for the face.
Fragrance - An aroma compound that has a smell or odor which have an effect on the olfactory system.
Lotion - Low to medium viscosity topical preparation for the skin.
Moisturizer - Complex mixture designed to make external layers of the skin softer. It also increases the skin's
Scented - Containing a pleasant smell.
Shampoo (Hair) - For the removal of dirt, oils, pollutants, and other undesired particles from the hair.
Shea Butter - Slightly yellowish or ivory colored fat extracted from the nut of the African shea tree (Vitellaria
paradoxa). It's a triglyceride (fat) derived mainly from stearic acid and oleic acid. Widely used in cosmetics
as a moisturizer.
Soap - Mainly used as surfactant for washing, bathing, and cleansing. It allows for insoluble particles to become
soluble in water.
Triple Milled - Process where a soap is cut into small shreds for mixing or blending three times to make a
long lasting soap with a rich lather.
The information here is to be used as a guide not as an official reference.