This is one of our brand new products as featured in our 2016 Healthiest You product line, and our very first roll-on product!!

Amber smoothing oil roll on

I am particularly excited about our new Amber Smoothing Oil read on to see how the herbs in this topical formula have been seen to possibly improve skin collagen, elasticity and feeds the skin proper nutrients to repair damaged skin cells, deter cancer growth and diminish fine lines. Jojoba oil is most like our natural sebum [the oil our skin produces] therefore it is the best natural moisturizer for the face. Use this product on any problem skin areas to moisturize and soothe. Also beneficial for nails and cuticles. It comes in a convenient 8.5 ml roll on, to stick in your pocket, purse, glove box to have on hand just when you need it!

amber smoothing oil

Jojoba oil –  Simmondsia chinensis – Jojoba oil is most like our natural sebum [the oil our skin produces] therefore it is the best natural moisturizer for the face.

Sweet almond oil – Prunus dulcis – This is a highly absorbent oil, so it moisturizes without leaving a greasy feeling on the skin.

Horsetail – Equisetum arvense – This plant is full of silicic acid, potassium, sillicon, selenium, and vitamins A, C, B1, B2, B3, B5, and E. It is highly beneficial for skin, hair and nails, to strengthen, heal, and repair.

Echinacea – Echinacea purpurea, E.angustafolia, E. pallida – Prevents and repairs collagen from cross linking which cases wrinkles. It is also alterative, antibacterial, antiviral, analgesic, and antiseptic.

CalendulaCalendula officinalis – helps fight dry skin, eczema, sunburns and swelling.

Milk ThistleSilybum marianum – Has been shown to prevent skin cancer.

Horse ChestnutAesculus hippocastanum – Helps to preserve skin elasticity.

Red clover herb – Trifolium pretense – Contains isoflavones and silica which promote elasticity of tissues. This beautiful sweet flowering plant is often recommend as an anti-inflammatory because of its high isoflavones content. Isoflavones are a type of phytoestrogen and antioxidant. This herb is a popular addition to many anti-cancer formulas as it is alterative [blood purifier] and anti-angiogenic.

Orange PeelCitrus × sinensis – Contains vitamin C and bioflavonoids which help promote the elastic properties of collagen.

Vitamin C powder – Pure vitamin C supplement powder has been added to this formula for an extra boost of the elasticity promoting bioflavonids.

Sweet Orange oilCitrus × sinensis – Added for its soft, pleasant citrus scent!


Kerry Brock, Certified Herbalist and owner at Shawnee Moon, is a researcher of plants, an eater of herbs, a drinker of coffee and a formulator of remedies. She keeps busy trying out pinterest diy’s and often failing at cooking in her backwoods home in rural southeast Missouri with her fantastic husband, Davy, two dogs, an assortment of cats and a unbelievably supportive family near by.


The information contained in this post is for educational purposes only; it is not intended to treat, diagnose or cure disease. It is simply for use in the maintenance and promotion of good health in cooperation with a licensed medical practitioner. Kerry Brock and Shawnee Moon are not licensed to treat or diagnose disease. Consult with your physician for diagnosis or treatment. By using this information you agree that the decisions regarding your health are your own responsibility and understand that Kerry Brock and Shawnee Moon are not liable for your health decisions.

Sources and continued reading:
Prescription for Nutritional Healing James & Phyllis Balch, Weiner’s Herbal Michael Weiner, The New Age Herbalist Richard Mabey The Way of Herbs Michael Tierra, The Scientific Validation of Herbal Medicine Daniel Mowery, Earl Mindell’s Herb Bible Earl Mindell, Victoria Fortner, The School of Natural Healing Dr. John Christopher, Back to Eden Jethro Kloss, The Complete Medicinal Herbal Penelope Ody, A Modern Herbal Mrs. M. Greieve, The Complete Illustrated Holistic Herbal David Hoffmann, The Green Pharmacy James A. Duke, Ph.D., 20,000 Secrets of Tea Victoria Zak, The Herb Book John Lust, Various informative websites containing herbal and health information, including Wikipedia.

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