All these wonderful products are handmade, to help you live a healthier lifestyle, so that you can eliminate the toxic products, that you may be currently using for your skin.
5fe414bc5984c9639b25a03e79c961e6 Balm

Deep penetrating Botanicals in a soft Balm to heal free radical damage on a cellular level.  May be used daily on thin, delicate eye area, lips, neck, hands, elbows and knees.

Ingredients: yarrow, comfrey, artemisinin, lemon balm, chamomile, St Johns Wort, rosehips, mistletoe, citrus peel, clove, anise, oleandrin, honey, bee propolis, beeswax, myrrh resin, shea butter and coconut oil.

100% organic, handcrafted Botanicals selected for their healing properties.

NO chemicals, NO stabilizers, NO emollients!

These products are made in extremely small batches to ensure integrity to nature and to ensure optimal freshness.

This product is somewhat fragile and may be kept in the refrigerator.
This product will last for 4 months in the refrigerator.

Wash hands before applying to avoid contamination.

generous 2.5 ounce tin $32

Beauty in The Raw

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As the name implies, all of the ingredients (with the exception of the DMSO) are derived from nature, as nature intended !

All of the Botanicals are organic and carefully selected for their unique abilities to promote healing and repair.

All of the products are hand made using time honored methods of either warm hand press, cold hand press or time sensitive saturation points to derive the full spectrum of benefits possible.

The honey, bee propolis, royal jelly and beeswax are all unfiltered, directly from the hive to the work table where they are carefully incorporated into the Cellular Cream and Soft Balm before being bottled, by hand.

All of the equipment used is stainless steel, balsam wood, olive wood or porcelain.

There is no contamination with any plastics product or surface.

These products are made in extremely small batches to ensure integrity to nature and to guarantee optimal freshness.

For this reason they may not always be in stock for immediate purchase, in which case I apologize and ask for your understanding

The ingredients are 100% organic, unfiltered and chemical, stabilizer, emulsion and perfume free.

The extracts are naturally derived on site and the labels are recycled wood pulp.

Beauty in The Raw Deep Heat Skin Oil


Deep penetrating Botanicals for Arthritis Relief, Psoriasis, Shingles, Eczema & Diabetic Nerve Pain

Apply Daily as Needed!

Ingredients: comfrey, yarrow, artemisinin, capsicum, jalapeno, chamomile, anise, lemon balm, St Johns Wort, clove & cinnamon.
Suspended in pure, hand-pressed Castor Oil.

Product is hand filtered and some botanical matter is left in the oil to ensure that the product retains all of the healing botanical extracts.

Each bottle contains some whole clove and you may want to add additional whole clove and one cinnamon stick as space allows.

This product is somewhat fragile and may be kept in the refrigerator.

This product will last for 6 months.

4 ounce amber glass bottle $24

*NOTE: This product contains a HIGH concentration of capsicum which turns the oil a warm red color.

This may in turn mark delicate fabrics.

Beauty in The Raw Soothing Propolis Throat Spray

100% organic Botanicals individually selected for their soothing properties.

Spray directly into mouth, making sure to direct the spray at roof of mouth and back of throat to experience the soothing, mildly numbing effect of the extracts.

Use daily as needed.

Ingredients: propolis, echinacea, clove, mullein, licorice, slippery elm bark extract, myrrh gum extract, golden seal root extract, Kosher Vegetable glycerin and Red Cherry extract.

Caution: Bee product may cause an allergic reaction in allergy sufferers via oral application.

This product lasts for 6 months.

Spray bottle 1 ounce. $11 or 3 for $30
(one for the house, bedside table and car)

Beauty in The Raw Beeswax Soap

Handcrafted from unfiltered beeswax directly from the hive. Includes honey and some pollen. Fragrance is derived from cold press extraction of individual botanicals.

Sandalwood, Night Blooming Jasmine, Citrus & Patchouli.
Allow us to select for you please.

Beauty in The Raw Goats Milk Soap

Handcrafted with unfiltered beeswax and milk product from pampered goats NEVER fed antibiotics or growth hormones of any sort.

Refreshing citrus scent derived from citrus extracts created on site.

Convenient 4 ounce bar for bath and shower.

4 ounce bar $7 or 4 bars for $25

NOTE: All orders of 4 bars will contain one of each fragrance.

Beauty in The Raw Cellular Cream

Deep penetrating Botanicals to heal free radical damage on a cellular level. 

Addresses creasing deep within the skin with the help of a deep penetrating agent, DMSO.

Not suitable for the thin, delicate eye area, please see the companion product Balm, for eyes….

Ingredients: yarrow, comfrey, artemisinin, lemon balm, chamomile, St Johns Wort, rosehips, mistletoe, citrus peel, clove, anise, oleandrin, honey, bee propolis, beeswax, myrrh resin, shea butter, coconut oil and DMSO.

100% organic, handcrafted Botanicals selected for their healing properties.

NO chemicals, NO stabilizers, NO emollients!

This product is fragile & perishable and MUST be kept refrigerated.

This product will last for 2 months in the refrigerator.

* Keep away from Eyes please !

Please use the small wooden applicator provided to remove cream from the vial to avoid contamination of the product. 

1 dram amber glass vial = 2 week supply for face and 
neck. 2 vials = ONE month supply. $39

Product ships frozen



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    WASHINGTON — The nation’s top military appellate judges will scrutinize a seemingly sluggish Air Force court that’s vexed airmen from Alaska to Florida and beyond .
    In a highly anticipated move, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces has agreed to hear the case of a former master sergeant who waited nearly three years for the Air Force to resolve his appeal of a court-martial conviction. The delay exceeded the 18 months that judges consider reasonable for appellate decisions.
    “I think it’s extremely important,” Georgia-based attorney William Cassara said an interview Wednesday. “This gives the appeals court a chance to tell the Air Force court that ‘You need to police up your shop.’ ”
    Cassara represents Timothy L. Merritt Sr., a former master sergeant convicted in Germany in September 2009 on child pornography charges. Merritt’s appeal was put on the docket of the U.S. Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals in February 2010. In December 2012, the Air Force court rejected the appeal. While acknowledging the delay was “unreasonable,” the Air Force judges also deemed it “harmless.”
    Under a 2006 court ruling, any military appellate delay longer than 18 months is considered unreasonable. It’s then up to the lower military appellate court to decide whether to provide some legal relief, such as a reduction in prison term.
    At least 52 fully briefed cases have been stuck on the Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals’ docket for longer than 18 months, court records show. The court’s track record doesn’t promise relief anytime soon.
    An Alaska-based airman convicted on an obscenity charge at Elmendorf Air Force Base in August 2009, for instance, had his appeal resolved in April, a week ago. An enlisted woman convicted of pot possession and larceny charges at Goodfellow Air Force Base in Texas in October 2009 and an airman convicted on drug and forgery charges at Florida’s MacDill Air Force Base in August 2010 likewise had their appeals decided last month.
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    An Air Force spokesman couldn’t be reached to comment Wednesday, but officials have stressed previously that the service is working hard to expedite the appellate process, and that some delays are due to defense actions.
    “The timely and fair administration of military justice is a priority for the Air Force and is an important element of excellence in military justice,” Air Force Maj. Joel T. Harper told McClatchy last year.
    Based at Joint Base Andrews, outside Washington, the Air Force appellate court reviewed 261 cases in fiscal 2012, a 20 percent increase from 2011. The court also added an additional member, growing to six judges, and has undergone other changes as well.
    “The court experienced substantial personnel turnover, to include a new chief judge, two new associate judges and a new paralegal after the departure of personnel previously assigned in those positions,” the Air Force judge advocate general noted in a 2012 annual report.
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    Merritt was based at Spangdahlem Air Base in Germany in 2006, when German investigators suspected him of viewing child pornography. The trial took place several years later. Found guilty, Merritt appealed on grounds that included judicial bias. The appellate court rejected his arguments in its December 2012 decision, adding that under the “totality of the circumstances” the appellate delay was “harmless beyond a reasonable doubt.”
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    Florida State’s Jameis Winston is one of the top freshmen in college football for 2013.
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    First-Team OffenseQB Jameis Winston, Florida StateRB Alex Collins, ArkansasRB Derrick Green, MichiganAll-Purpose Derrick Henry, AlabamaWR Chris Black, AlabamaWR Robbie Rhodes, BaylorTE OJ Howard, AlabamaC Dan Voltz, WisconsinG Germain Ifedi, Texas A MG Kyle Kalis, MichiganT Adam Bisnowaty, PittsburghT Jonathan McLaughlin, Virginia TechFirst-Team DefenseDE Carl Lawson, AuburnDE Robert Nkemdiche, Ole MissDT Montravius Adams, AuburnDT Austin Johnson, Penn StateLB Kendell Beckwith, LSULB Reuben Foster, AlabamaLB Steve Longa, RutgersCB Ishmael Adams, UCLACB Brandon Facyson, Virginia TechS Hatari Byrd, OklahomaS Tray Matthews, Georgia
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    Guard: Darius James, Texas; Kyle Johnson, BYU; Denver Kirkland, Arkansas; Brendan McGowan, Temple
    Tackles: Zach Banner, USC; Grant Hill, Alabama; Dan Skipper, Arkansas
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