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& crystals for total well-being

Pure Ingredients

Only the purest, beyond organic ingredients are used at H2a.  We accomplish this by growing and harvesting our own herbs, and sourcing organic oils and butters only from trusted suppliers. 

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    Olive Oil Olea europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil

    With the highest level of polyphenols, as well as potent antioxidants Vitamin E and phytosterols, olive oil decreases the exposure of free radicals, known to damage the skin’s healthy cells and advance the appearance of aging. Historically, due to its powerful antibacterial and antimicrobial properties, ancient Greeks and Egyptians have used olive oil as a cleanser and topical remedy for injuries and wounds for many thousands of years. The specific compound oleocanthal, found in olive oil, is said to stop certain enzymes that cause inflammation, which makes this oil a great remedy for inflammatory skin conditions such as rosacea, dermatitis, and eczema. Olive Oil is also rich in monounsaturated fatty acids that deeply moisturize, lubricate, and regenerate the skin on a cellular level.

    We source this incredible gift from Bari Olive Oil out of California, a family based operation who is authentic in their cultivation.

  • Sunflower Oil Helianthus annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil

    Sunflower oil acts as an effective emollient, which means that it helps the skin retain moisture without clogging the pores. Acne is caused when excess oil and sebum get blocked in the follicles under the skin and get infected by bacteria. Sunflower aids in this process by nourishing the skin with antibacterial and antifungal properties, while simultaneously cleansing the poors. The vitamins A, C, D, and E, along with the essential fatty acids that are present in sunflower oil form a protective layer, which prevents bacteria from coming in contact with the skin and works to diminish the exposure of the skin to damaging free radicals.

  • Squalane

    Many skin care experts and other medical professionals assert that squalane has a number of positive effects on uneven skin pigmentation, scars, and age spots. Much like retinol, this oil is believed to fight free radicals in the skin that are caused by the sun’s UV rays. This is an important consideration, because dark spots on face and hands are often caused by the skin’s reaction to long-term exposure to the sun, which creates more melanin in those areas to protect it. The use of beauty products that contain squalane may fade these marks over time because of the oil’s ability to sink deep into the skin and repair it.

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    Beeswax Cera Alba (Beeswax)

    When applied to the skin, beeswax forms a protective barrier that helps protect it from environmental assaults, while also holding in moisture and reducing dryness. Unlike ingredients made from petroleum, however, beeswax doesn’t “suffocate” the skin, allowing the pores of the skin to breathe while sealing in the healing constituents of the other ingredients in the formulation it is used in. It is also considered a humectant, an ingredient that “attracts” water. Therefore when you put it on, you attract water molecules, helping to keep skin hydrated over time.

    Our beeswax is locally sourced here in Colorado, and is manufactured sustainably. Beeswax is a byproduct of the production of honey, and therefore its use within skincare is not only healing but regenerative as well.

  • Shea Butter Butyrospermum parkii (Shea Butter) Fruit

    The Shea tree in Africa is called the “Tree of Youth” due to its soothing and nourishing virtues that help prevent the appearance of wrinkles and stretch marks. This ingredient provides deep nourishment into the bottom-most layers of the skin, leaving skin plump, soft, and protected. It is high in anti-inflammatory fats, and is quickly absorbed, locking in the necessary moisture to ensure skin stays hydrated throughout the day. Antioxidant-rich phenolic compounds offer a great healing and soothing remedy for many inflammatory conditions that ail the skin. Shea butter also promotes cellular regeneration and supports graceful aging. Shea Butter is said to also increase collagen production, thus restoring the skin’s natural elasticity and firmness.

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    Cocoa Butter Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter

    Cocoa butter is the natural fat content in cocoa pods. It is obtained by squeezing the mass obtained from cocoa beans and is then centrifuged and filtered. This is a natural process and no solvents are used. It is rich in fatty acids (oleic and linoleic acid). These compounds work together to hydrate, reduce inflammation, and improve elasticity within the skin. It has emollient, lubricant, and protective properties that ensure healthy glowing skin on a cellular level.

  • Sweet Almond Oil Prunus dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil

    Sweet almond oil is known for its emollient, softening, nourishing, and soothing properties for the skin. Sweet Almond oil is rich in proteins, carbohydrates, minerals, Vitamin A, and Vitamin B, making it a powerful hydrating and regenerative ingredient. It is suitable for every type of skin but particularly supports aging, dry, or inflamed skin. This oil accelerates the healing of skin disorders, and is a crucial part of any skin care regimen.

  • Jojoba Oil Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil

    This is a magic ingredient. Your skin recognizes the liquid wax produced from the seed of the jojoba plant as similar to its own natural wax ester. And, because the skin can recognize this chemical compound, when applied topically skin pores remain open, allowing jojoba to penetrate beyond the epidermis layer, carrying other important nutrients with it.

    Jojoba naturally contains vitamins A, B, D, and E which are known as skin healing vitamins, as well as minerals like chromium, copper, and zinc, nourishing the skin on a cellular level. Essential fatty acids omega 6 and 9 found in jojoba oil help to regenerate skin cells and repair damaged skin tissue. Jojoba is naturally antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and hypoallergenic.

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    Coconut Oil Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil

    Pure virgin coconut oil, refined and obtained by cold pressing fresh coconuts.

    The cold pressing of fresh coconuts makes this oil retain the characteristically pleasant coconut smell without the addition of any artificial fragrances. This oil, unlike refined coconut oil (odorless) is an excellent emollient: enhancing elasticity and repairing the skin.

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    Rose Hip Oil Rosa Canina (Rose Hip) Seed Oil

    This oil is cold-pressed and has stimulating and restorative properties in the physiological processes of the epidermis. This oil has a lot of active compounds including powerful antioxidants, nourishing vitamins, and anti-inflammatory essential fatty acids. Antioxidants prevent the signs and symptoms of premature aging by reducing the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and age spots. The high essential fatty acid content helps to speed up skin's healing process and induce circulation, improving the cellular function of the skin and promoting the “glow” we all yearn for. This delicate, dry oil immediately soaks into the skin, leaving it deeply hydrated and free of heavy residue.

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    Hemp Oil Cannabis Sativa (Hemp) Seed Oil

    A perfect balance of omega-6 and omega-3, and a high content of essential fatty acids and polyunsaturated fatty acids makes hemp oil a truly exceptional oil.

    This oil restores softness and skin elasticity, builds up the cell membrane, and fights effectively against dehydration. Due to its remarkable ability to penetrate, this oil is popular as a massage oil. Hemp oil absorbs easily, leaving the skin regenerated without feeling greasy. Its strong anti-aging power makes it suitable in the composition of firming and anti-wrinkle creams. It is among the best anti-wrinkle remedies found in nature.

  • Black Cumin Seed Oil Nigella Sativa (Black Cumin) Seed Oil

    Cold-pressed oil extracted from the seeds of Nigella Sativa, black cumin seed oil is one of the most healing oils used in our products. Used by the Egyptians and recommended as a remedy for all manner of ills, the black cumin oil is useful in almost all diseases of the skin and scalp. Arabian people call the Nigella by the name ‘habbatul barakah': ‘blessed seeds.’ It’s high content of vitamins and antioxidants make it a must-have ingredient to aid in the healing of dermatitis, eczema, scars, skin discoloration, and aging.

  • Saffron Crocus sativus (Saffron) Oil

    Applying saffron oil on your skin is good for lightening the skin tone to reveal healthy and glowing skin. It removes blackheads and opens up the clogged pores, and also fights against free radicals, improving the blood circulation in your face. Thus, your skin will look toned, firm, and glowing. Saffron has antioxidant, antibacterial, and astringent properties that work together to heal damage caused to the skin by acne, age, or environment. A sacred oil, Saffron oil nourishes the skin and centers the soul.

  • Sesamun indicum (Sesame Seed) Oil

    Sesame oil is filled with ingredients that are capable of providing a silky and dewy appearance of the skin. The presence of fatty acids along with linoleic acid makes them an effective moisturizer for skin, penetrating deeply into the epidermis where much of the skin cells regenerate and function. This oil is also rich in vitamin E, D and B complex which makes it an effective oil to soothe scarring and skin irritation. Plus, it has a natural SPF and helps to shield the skin from any environmental damage.

  • Grapeseed Oil Vitis vinifera (Grapeseed) Oil

    This oil is rich in vitamins C, D, and E – all of which help in reducing wrinkles and scars. The polyphenols and antioxidants in the oil help treat acne and moisturize deeply into the pores without clogging them, reducing the presence of bacteria causing acne. The oil also acts as an able moisturizer – balancing both the dry and oily patches on the skin, making it a perfect addition to any beauty routine.

  • Avocado Oil Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil

    This oil is food for the skin. Avocado oil is an emollient, highly penetrating oil with a naturally robust content of Vitamins A and E that work synergistically to improve skin’s texture. It has a high content of unsaturated fatty and essential fatty acids, causing it to be deeply nourishing and regenerative for the skin cells.

  • Dermasoft 1388 Eco

    Convenient blend of plant derived organic acids with broad antimicrobial activity. The performance of this blend is pH dependent. The balanced combination of ingredients offers an effective multifunctionality for a wide range of cosmetic products. It brings skin conditioning, masking, pH regulating, and antimicrobial activity into the product.

  • Saponified Olive Oil

    Its antioxidant rich properties are renowned for nourishing, cleansing, moisturizing and protecting skin against environmental and free radical damage. Applied to the skin, Saponified Olive Oil provides vitamins and fatty acids which leave skin soft, supple, and protected. It acts as a cleanser base, and works within a formulation to gently foam and cleanse deeply into the pores without clogging and without chemicals.

  • Self Heal (prunella)

    Self heal has long been valued for its wound healing capabilities. Is is a strong antibacterial and astringent, and has been used to heal wounds and treat infections for thousands of years.

  • Calendula (calendula officianalis)

    Used for generations, this is known as the mother of skin herbs. This vibrant yellow blossom has a reputation for easing a variety of skin ailments. It works as an astringent, antiseptic, anti-fungal and an anti-inflammatory, to encourage rapid healing as it calms and soothes the skin.

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    Heartsease Viola Tricolor

    The wild pansy makes for a beautiful landscape and lucky for us beautiful skin. It is anti-inflammatory by nature and helps to stabilize capillary membranes, supporting the skin in all its functions.

  • Plantain Plantago major

    Often dismissed as a weed, this herb is one of nature's humble heroes. Its antispasmodic, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, help to treat bites, stings, rashes and cuts.

  • Comfrey Leaf Symphytum Officinale (Comfrey)

    When properly infused, comfrey is known to be a powerful healing agent. Encouraging cell growth and repair, it speeds the healing of wounds.

  • Comfrey Root symphytum officinale

    Derived from the same plant as the comfrey leaf, it is effective in healing stubborn wounds and nourishes the skin on a cellular level.

  • Sage Salvia officinalis

    Antispasmodic, astringent, antiseptic and antibiotic; sage has a unique affinity for healing the skin and regenerating skin cells. It is also known to relieve tension and soothe the body.

  • Arnica Arnica montana

    The nutrient rich flower of this mountain botanical does wonders for the healing process. It increases blood flow and is a strong anti-inflammatory and antibacterial, which together encourage the rapid healing of bruises and sprains.

  • Lavandula angustifolia (Lavender) Buds

    We use both Lavender essential oil and Lavender Buds in our products. Used in aromatherapy for its calming and relaxing properties, it is also an antibacterial, antiseptic, and antispasmodic. When infused you receive both the mental and physical benefits helping you to achieve balance and well being.

  • Chickweed Stellaria media

    There are various topical applications of this herb that can improve the appearance and health of your skin. Packed with minerals and antioxidants, chickweed can prevent oxidative stress and soothe inflammation from things like eczema, acne, rosacea, and psoriasis.

  • Mallow Leaf Malva neglecta

    Known for its soothing and softening properties, it is the perfect emollient for sensitive skin. It can relieve itching and blotchiness as well as help fight ailments such as eczema and scarring.

  • Shepherds Purse Capsella bursa-pastoris

    This herb is known to reduce bleeding, and for helping with bruising and varicose veins. Stimulating blood flow, this herb invites a beautiful glow into the skin.

  • White Willow Bark Salix alba

    This natural moisturizer fosters smooth, healthy skin, reduces inflammation, and increases collagen production within the skin. White Willow bark contains salicylic acid, derived from salicin, which helps to fight acne and is an all natural, gentle exfoliant. White willow bark helps to exfoliate your skin by sloughing off dead skin cells, making way for fresh, bright, and radiant skin.

  • Sodium Bicarbonate

    Sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) offers its benefit as an effective exfoliant, brightening and toning the skin, reducing congestion and stagnation, and providing natural antibacterial properties that are helpful in acne prone and reactive skin.

  • Yarrow Flower achillea millefolium

    Used for medicinal purposes since the time of the neanderthals, this herb is rich in healing qualities. It staunches bleeding, aids in circulation, is antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, pain relieving, and can help soothe allergic reactions in the mucus membrane.

  • Yarrow Leaf achillea millefolium

    Using only the leaf of the Yarrow plant specifically targets its natural healing properties to encourage blood clotting, speeding the healing process.

  • Slippery Elm Bark Ulmus rubra

    This natural emollient is found in the heart of the slippery elm, and improves hydration retention within the skin cells when used in an infusion.

  • Thyme Thymus Vulgaris

    Antiseptic, antifungal and known for being a strong antioxidant, thyme was traditionally used as a tonic to aid longevity. Infused in nutrient-rich oils it can help tone aged skin and prevent acne outbreaks, as well as help to heal cuts and scrapes.

  • Rosemary Rosmarinus officinalis

    Used since ancient times, this herb plays a big role in beautiful skin. Infusions of rosemary help to moisturize the skin and support healthy collagen levels, which helps to fight off free-radicals.

  • Eleutherococcus senticosus (Siberian Ginseng)

    Thanks to the herb’s anti-inflammatory properties, you can use it to treat inflammatory skin issues like rosacea and the associated lesions.

  • Red Clover Trifolium pratense

    Red Clover retards the process of skin aging due to its estrogen-like effects and helps to maintain youthful and vibrant skin. It also ensures appropriate skin thickness and healthy keratinization and vascularity of the skin. Used in an infusion, it promotes cellular regeneration and improves the rate at which skin cells repair.

  • Comfrey Root Powder symphytum officinale

    Comfrey is an herb that helps in skin cell growth. Comfrey moisturizes and tones your skin, removing the appearance of blemishes and discoloration.

  • St. Jonh’s Wort Hypericum perforatum

    Full of powerful flavonoids, it helps protect and soothe the skin and creates a protective barrier from the environment. Whether you have oily or dry skin, this herb helps your skin look smooth, healthy, and glowing.

  • Lemon Balm Melissa officinalis

    Lemon balm is classified as being calming, soothing, healing, and tightening on the skin, whilst also stimulating circulation. It works to nourish the skin on a cellular level, and is high in essential vitamins such as B, C, and E.

  • Bentonite Clay

    This clay helps to remove toxins from your pores, allows skin to heal, and reduces inflammation. Bentonite clay helps in the lightening of acne marks on the face while killing bacteria and toning the skin. It also works to even skin tone and elevate the function skin cells.

  • French Green Clay

    This natural beauty remedy is super effective because the minerals from the volcanic ash actually contain calcium, aluminum, magnesium, copper, and zinc.

  • Flower Essence Hydrosols

    During distillation, components of the plant are carried over by the steam and found in the water left when the steam condenses. Hydrosols should contain both microscopic particles of essential oil as well as beneficial plant compounds that are water-soluble and thus not present in essential oils.

    Some of the commonly known benefits of hydrosols for skin are: hydration, soothing inflammation, healing and regeneration, balancing sebum, and astringing (astringing is constricting small blood vessels, it’s more commonly known as ‘toning’).

  • Aloe Vera

    Aloe vera gel contains two hormones: Auxin and Gibberellins. These two hormones provide wound healing and anti-inflammatory properties that reduce skin inflammation.

  • Himalayan Pink Sea Salt

    Adding himalayan salt to a bath creates a rejuvenating, detoxing, and relaxing at-home spa experience. The salt water carries the electrical charge of the salt, along with the dissolved minerals which are great for regenerating cellular function of the body. A salt bath helps draw out toxins, deep cleanses the skin, and helps cleanse the body on an energetic level.

  • Dead Sea Salt

    The Dead Sea is known for its therapeutic properties, and people have traveled to its shores for centuries to soak in the salty, majestic waters. Dead Sea Salt is filled with natural healing elements that occur naturally in our bodies but are often lost as we go about our busy days. Soaking in water enriched with this salt is known to benefit the body from the inside out, treating skin conditions and improving internal processes.

    Dead Sea Salt contains 21 minerals including magnesium, calcium, sulfur, bromide, iodine, sodium, zinc, and potassium. These essential minerals naturally occur in our bodies but must be replenished, as they are lost throughout the day. These minerals are known to treat, detoxify, and cleanse our bodies.

  • Neroli Citrus aurantium var. amara

    Although neroli has rejuvenating and regenerating benefits for every skin type, its antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and antiseptic properties make it ideal for oily and blemished skin. Plus, it’ll help maintain moisture levels and balance oily skin, a sacred gift for damaged skin.

    Neroli is also known to be an anti-anxiety and depression aiding oil, centering your emotional body on the inside and improving overall function of the self.

  • Rose Otto Rose damensca

    Rose Otto essential oil is a powerful antioxidant, which helps fight free-radicals and reduce signs of aging such as fine lines and wrinkles. These antioxidants also help to protect the skin from UV damage. This oil helps to regulate moisture levels in the skin, which keeps the skin plump, hydrated, and healthy. The astringent properties of rose otto constrict tiny blood vessels, reducing the look of varicose veins and broken capillaries.

    The delicate, calming aroma of rose otto essential oil is perfect when you are feeling stressed, overwhelmed, anxious, or depressed. It helps to calm the mind and promote feelings of peace and tranquility. It also helps to stabilize mood swings, ease nervous tension and relieve insomnia.

  • Lavender lavandula angustifolia Essential Oil

    Applying this oil topically to the skin provides anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antibacterial, and antifungal properties. It works to soothe the skin and reduce signs of inflammation including eczema, redness, and acne. The soothing smell works to soothe the soul and center your being.

  • Frankincense Boswellia

    Frankincense has the ability to strengthen skin and improve its tone, elasticity, and defense mechanisms against bacteria or blemishes, as well as to protect skin's appearance as it matures. It helps to reduce the severity of scars and acne. It is also beneficial for fading stretch marks, surgery scars, marks associated with pregnancy, and for the healing of dry and cracked skin.

  • Sandalwood Santalum album

    Sandalwood has long been used for its regenerative, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and emollient properties. It works with the skin on a cellular level to regenerate cells and promote healing from the inside out. Plus, its gently sedative qualities relax the mind and center the soul.

  • Vetiver Chrysopogon zizanioides

    This sacred essential oil is a true gift for the skin. It has high levels of antioxidants and is therefore crucial to reduce signs of aging, acne, scarring, and inflammation. It works within the bodies natural healing system to promote healthy regeneration.

  • Lime Citrus × aurantiifolia

    The uplifting scent of lime essential oil makes it ideal for reducing stress, anxiety, and indecision. It helps to promote mental clarity and increase energy and focus. Simply inhale one of our uplifting blends or diffuse throughout a room of your house to reap all of these benefits.

  • Cedarwood

    This highly therapeutic essential oil aids the body to relieve depression, anxiety, and insomnia. It works within the body's natural healing systems to provide relief from the inside out.

  • Hinoki

    Hinoki is a gentle essential oil that’s great for calming and relaxing. It is known to help relieve anxiety, provide comfort, and balance the activity of the parasympathetic (unconscious) nervous system.

  • Pine

    The health benefits of pine essential oil include its ability to reduce inflammation and associated redness, protect against sinus infections, clear mucus and phlegm, cure skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis, boost the immune system, fight fungal and viral infections, stimulate the mind and body, and uplift your spirits.

  • Rosemary Rosmarinus officinalis

    Research indicates that inhaling rosemary oil helps prevent the breakdown of acetylcholine, a brain chemical important for thinking, concentration, and memory. It also helps alleviate mental fatigue, and is great to use to promote optimal brain function.

  • Red Rhassoul Clay

    Sourced from the Atlas Mountains in Morocco, this clay contains high percentages of silica and magnesium. Rhassoul clay is polarized, meaning that it is able to draw out blackheads, congestion, and other impurities from skin. It does this gently, not drawing from your skin’s natural healing ability and oil stores.

  • Red Alaea Sea Salt

    Red alaea salt acts as a natural detoxifier, increasing circulation, absorbing toxins, and simultaneously exfoliating dead skin cells. It is high in vitamins and minerals, and literally acts as food for the skin while restoring purity and calmness to the body.

  • White Halloysite Clay

    White Clay is a great option for almost all skin types. White Clay works as a very mild exfoliant, gently removing dead and dry skin cells to leave you with clarified, glowing skin as well as reducing the size of your pores. It also works to very gently draw out dirt, oil, and grime from deep within the pores.

  • Cocoa

    Exceptionally high in antioxidants, raw cacao blocks free-radicals, protecting skin against damage to collagen and elastin while promoting and renewing skin cell tissue. Cacao contains high levels of omega-6 fatty acids and raw enzymes, both of which help in cellular repair and rejuvenation. The topical use of Cocoa increases blood flow to the skin, reducing inflammation and redness, supporting healthy collagen levels, and improving radiance.

  • Vitamin C

    Vitamin C is involved in the maintenance of collagen. Collagen is needed to provide support and shape to our body and skin, and diminishes as we age. Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, improves the cellular reproduction of skin cells and protects the skin against damaging free-radicals.

  • Amethyst

    The powerful and protective Amethyst has many benefits including calming inflammation and acneic skin. This crystal soothes away day-to-day stresses because it attracts positive energy while ridding your body of any negative emotions: feelings of stress, anxiety, fear, depression, and more.

  • Black Obsidian

    Obsidian is truth-enhancing. A strongly protective stone, it forms a shield against negativity. It blocks psychic attack and absorbs negative energies from the environment. Obsidian draws out mental stress and tension.

  • Bloodstone

    Known for its detoxifying, stimulatory, and anti-inflammatory properties. Was traditionally used to heal skin rashes and fight infection. It also aids in the healing of bad energy, anxiety, and depression.

  • Selenite

    Selenite draws negative energy away from the body, kind of like a spiritual detox. It's the recommended stone to use to address specific skin concerns such as acne, eczema, psoriasis, or really dry skin. Selenite aids in clearing the energetic body of blockages which may be manifesting as a skin issue.

  • Aquamarine

    Cool blue aquamarine is a cooling stone in more than one way. Aquamarine can cool anger and fear. This gem also cools down (alleviates) the symptoms of skin conditions such as eczema, hives, allergic rashes, rosacea, and psoriasis, and it may also help prevent outbreaks of herpes. Removing the aggravating factor or factors and supporting physical calming will naturally result in smoother skin surface. It also has cell regenerative properties to improve new cell growth and skin longevity.

  • Emerald

    One of the most powerful skin gems, Emeralds have powerful healing properties that help to fight off energy blockages, and have very powerful antioxidant properties to help fight off damage from free-radicals, sun, and environmental factors.

  • Quartz

    This type of quartz activates and opens the crown chakra and soul star chakra. When these two chakras are open and activated, it is easier for us to connect with our intuition and divine soul energy. It also works to clear negative energy out of your direct energy field, reducing inflammation and improving cellular function

  • Rose Quartz

    It's said that Cleopatra bathed with chunks of rose quartz, harnessing its wonderfully healing and anti-aging benefits. As a powerful healing crystal, rose quartz emits a soothing vibration, making it a powerful tool to relieve tension, which can often build up in the muscles in our face making us appear older. It opens the heart, teaching the true meaning of love, and brings deep healing and self-love. This lovely pink stone has a calming, reassuring quality that also makes it ideal to use for traumas or crises. From a law of attraction perspective, rose quartz is a great stone to work with because it promotes self-love.

  • Garnet

    Garnet is also known as the Stone of Health. It can help get rid of the negative energies and transform them to positive ones. It's a good gemstone for purification and detoxification, especially when it comes to the blood, heart, and lungs. A stone of commitment, Red Garnet represents love. It revitalizes feelings and enhances sexuality, bringing warmth, devotion, understanding, trust, sincerity, and honesty to our relationship with ourselves.

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