Skin Food….


Apricot Oil, derived from the Apricot seed, is one of the most popular oils used in body care products.  It is a wonderful way to feed the skin!  The oil contains high fatty acids, Vitamin A and E which can help nourish dry and mature skin.  Apricot oil gets easily absorbed into the skin without leaving any oily residue which is why you will also find it as the base of most aromatherapy massage oils.  It makes the skin extra soft and smooth.

Natural Apricot seed oil contains gamma-linoleic acid which is useful to firm and tone your skin.  It has nourishing properties and an anti-inflammatory effect.  These properties are helpful in slowing down the aging process.  The texture of this oil is very light so it can be used as a face serum without the greasy feeling, even for normal to oily skin.  It rehydrates which makes it wonderful as a night oil.  Feed your skin while you sleep!

We chose this wonderful skin food for the month of May to highlight not only the products we have available with this wonderful oil but to bring attention to the wonderful skin benefits of the this ingredient:


Apricot Kernel Oil

Rich in Antioxidants, Moisturizing

Anti-Aging, Diminishes Wrinkles

Lightweight, Fast Absorbing

Doesn’t Clog Pores, Anti-Inflammatory

Safe for sensitive skin


You can find all of these amazing skin benefits in our

Apricot Orchard Collection 


Soap Orchard Apricot Chamomile Oat Body Oil is a great way to enjoy all the benefits Apricot Kernel Oil has to offer.  This oil is not only soothing to wear all day as a skin treatment but it makes a wonderful massage oil and helps with inflammation of joints and muscles.

Our orchard inspired body care helps you feed your skin by using the wonderful fruits, nuts, and plants from local farms!

Feed Your Skin,






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