Eggnoggin (Limited Stock) - The Haus 'nog! Cream, sugar and a shot of dark rum topped with fresh grated nutmeg.
Fancy Bread - Ripe banana, roasted nuts and brown sugar folded into a delicious quick bread.
Hearth - The warm glowing center of home. Autumn's last apple pickings, warm bread, orange rind, various fire roasted nuts, cracked black pepper all nailed down by an oozing sticky benzoin.
His Sweater - A well worn woolen sweater infused with brisk outdoor air, a hint of incense and clean skin musk. Accompanied by three woods and a root: western red cedar heartwood, hawthorn accord and Japanese hiba with a touch of calamus root.
Long Winter's Nap (New!) - Flannel pajamas, cashmere blankets, sweet vanilla, tonka bean, oatmeal cookies and a glass of lavender infused milk.
Mama’s Porridge - Brown sugar sweetened oatmeal with a splash of milk and a piece of buttery cinnamon sugar dusted toast.
Nefarious Gingerbread Man - Gingerbread dough with red ginger root, black patchouli, sticky resins and swirls of nag champa incense.
Plotter's Breakfast - Oaty porridge, stove smoke, kindling wood, a hint of gunpowder and pinch of sweet pipe tobacco.
Rosy Cheeked - Pink grapefruit, fir needles, juniper berries, rosemary, a sprig of parsley and bright winter lilies.
Snow Flower - Hawthorn and heliotrope blossoms, softly falling snow, cold winter air, and crystalline musk.
Snow Wolf - Bristling and prowling, lonesome and haunting. Three howling firs, white frankincense, vanilla bean husk, tainted by droplets of blood cedar.
Spruce Tip Shortbread - Buttery shortbread cookies baked with crushed pistachios and delicate spruce tips.
Tannenbaum - Fir boughs, deep woods, airy lichens and cold wintery air.
Three Treasures - Sacred gifts of frankincense, myrrh and gold. Smoldering with warmth and brightened with a touch of mandarin rind.
Turkish Delight - A confection of exotic vanilla and rose squares dusted with powdered sugar.
Winter Divinity - Sugary white vanilla divinity with a surprising jolt of peppermint.
Directions for use:
1-4 drops, depending on length of hair. Works best on damp hair. For dry hair, focus on applying to ends. Works great as hand, nail and cuticle oil. Also works wonders on any dry spots on the body. Avoid mucus membranes and if irritation occurs discontinue use immediately.
- Fractionated coconut oil aka: Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride - A light, silky, non-greasy and highly stable oil.
- Camellia oil - A quick penetrating oil, high in essential fatty acids and naturally rich in vitamin e. Excellent for dry skin and hair.
- Virgin Argan oil (cold pressed) - The king of hair and skin oil! This extremely luxurious oil absorbs very quickly and leaves behind a nourished, silky and conditioned feel. Naturally occurring squalene is also present. This is an incredible emollient oil for dry, damaged hair and skin.
- Virgin coconut oil - Excellent emollient for skin and hair. Adds light sheen hair and has wonderful conditioning properties. We use an edible grade virgin coconut oil, smells lush and rich of fresh coconut. Used at a low enough concentration so that it does not impart too much scent to the final product.
- Daikon radish seed oil - Non-GMO, locally grown and pressed! This highly unique oil has a very similar feel to that of silicone, without being a silicone! It has a plush texture that leaves skin and hair silky soft. Despite it's slightly thick texture, it isn't at all heavy on the hair.
- Our blend also contains extracts of Calendula and a healthy dose of Vitamin E to prevent rapid oxidation of the oil.
Here are some suggestions and tips for to get the best use out of this oil.
I recommend varying dosage of oil to certain hair types, experiment to see what works best for you! I would start off with 1-2 drops in the palm of your hand. Rub them together to get your hands evenly coated. Then, run your fingers through your hair, focusing on the length of the hair and the ends. If you feel that you need more, work in one drop at a time to find your perfect amount. If you have a very oily scalp, refrain from adding this oil to the roots of your hair, it will only add to oiliness. I find that I have the best results right after washing my hair and allowing it to air dry. I would not suggest using this oil right before applying a lot of heat to the hair. If you have very fine hair, oils may not work for you.
Don't limit this oil to your hair only! I have found it works amazingly as a hand and nail oil as well as conditioning dry spots like my elbows.