Magnesium Chloride, Distilled Water, Kunzea essential oil, Lemon Myrtle essential oil & Himalayan Cedar essential oil.
KUNZEA Essential Oil:
Kunzea Essential Oil is pleasantly herbaceous, medicinal, woody aroma and has widespread therapeutic benefits, this relatively new Australian essential oil has become popular very quickly.
Kunzea Essential Oil is known for its pain relieving, soothing abilities, so it can be great for cuts, small wounds, insect bites and minor burns and skin irritations. It’s also used to help alleviate the symptoms of headache and flu.
Kunzea oil is also used as an insect repellent. Plus it has a good reputation for easing stress, nervous tension and mild anxiety.
LEMON MYRTLE Essential oil:
Lemon Myrtle essential oil is a natural preservative and has antimicrobial properties. Research at Charles Sturt University in Wagga Wagga has found that Lemon Myrtle essential oil has significant antimicrobial activity against a range of bacteria and fungi. A 1% dilution of this essential oil may be beneficial in the topical treatment of skin conditions and fungal infections. Lemon Myrtle essential oils contain over 90% citrals and this high percentage of citrals contributes to its antimicrobial properties, which are superior even to the antimicrobial activity of Tea Tree oil.
Add in that is a natural insect repellent too.
HIMALAYAN CEDAR Essential oil:
Cedarwood oil is particularly useful in skin-care preparations as it has astringent and antiseptic properties. May aid in relieving moderate skin complaints of acne, dandruff, dermatitis, eczema, fungal infections, greasy skin, and hair loss, hair strengthening and growth. It also helps relieve stress, tension, arthritis and rheumatism in muscles and joints. Benefits respiratory conditions, and aids circulation. Cedarwood Himalayan is also recommended for urinary infections, cystitius and fluid retention.