Kay Spears (http://www.kayspears.com) is a clinical nutritionist and an acclaimed national speaker who is committed to the health and longevity of life for everyone. She is passionate about teaching you how to restore and maintain your health, and how to deal with stressful situations in our world today.
“COOL OFF® is such a wonderful product. The ingredients are top notch, and great for anyone participating in fitness activities. Besides being natural and therapeutic, COOL OFF® really, really WORKS” (Kay Spears, MS, CCN)
We here at COOL OFF® have gone to great measures to produce an all natural product full of great ingredients. You will agree after reading the features, benefits and therapeutic applications of COOL OFF®’s ingredients. The team carefully researched the herbs and botanicals to find the best combination possible. While we do not make a medical claim, we know that these ingredients are great – for your skin and spirit! Enjoy your COOL OFF® experience!
And remember – COOL OFF® was NOT tested on animals – JUST OUR FRIENDS!!
An astringent produced from the bark and leaves of the North American Witch Hazel Shrub (Hamamalis Virginiana). The witch hazel leaf and bark are rich in tannins that have both toning and strengthening effects on the skin’s proteins. It relieves sluggish circulation and supports the skin’s barrier function reducing negative reactivity of the skin.
Alcohol serves as a natural emulsifier or binding agent. It has a cooling effect through evaporation and allows COOL OFF®’s proprietary formulation of herbs and botanicals to penetrate the skin.
A building block of all fats and oils. Glycerin has found its popularity in beauty products because it acts as a humectant, which is a substance that pulls moisture to the skin.
A member of the Lily and Onion family known for use in first aid treatment especially as a topical application. It has been well known for over 4000 years for its therapeutic and healing properties that soothe and softens the skin.
A botanical in which the roots and flowers are used for a relieving effect. It is calming to muscles, strains or bruises and often has an anti-inflammatory result.
A multi-cellular plant or algae widely known for its healing properties. The seaweed wrap and body bath help to appease and alleviate the pain associated with aches and pains including arthritis and rheumatism. Seaweed is also a known source of iodine, calcium and magnesium.
A flower whose extract is widely used as a sleep aid and a soother for the stomach. It also has antimicrobial and antioxidant properties and helps to alleviate uncomfortable menstrual cramps.
Lemon is considered an herbal panacea as it is antiseptic, cleansing, toning and strengthening to connective skin tissues. It may firm the skin’s elasticity and gives an uplifting fresh fragrance.
An herb considered to be one of the richest sources of isoflavones (water-soluble chemicals that act like estrogens). It is used for lowering cholesterol, improving blood circulation and helps to mitigate hot flashes and PMS. Also, red clover has been used to treat premature aging of the skin.
A plant that is soothing to the skin and healing to wounds. It is also widely known for treating mild forms of depression. One of the active ingredients in St. John’s Wort is hypercin which is used in the cosmetic industry to soothe sensitive, irritated or allergic skin.
This grain is grown for its seed. When rubbed on the skin, oat extract can be used to remove dead skin cells.
This oil has been cultivated for 7000 years. Flaxseed oil is rich in healing and contains high levels of lignans and Omega 3 fatty acids. This benefits the heart; possesses anti-cancer properties; and treats acne, rosacea and eczema. It promotes healthy hair and can help with impotence, infertility and male prostate problems.
These seeds are rich in plant estrogens and have been used to sooth and cool irritated skin. Fennel is aromatic, improves bodily function and in the older days, fennel was used to boost sexual desire!
This is a twining tuberous vine that boasts in regulating the liver and endocrine system. It helps reduce the symptoms of menopause and morning sickness, and has been long used to treat infertility.
This essential oil is recognized as a potent antiseptic and anti-fungal agent. It is used in the Shampoo Industry to regulate (or control) dandruff. It is also effective in mollifying the skin from minor bee stings, sunburn and irritations.
This root belongs to the buttercup family. It is helpful when used on the skin to calm, tranquilize and rejuvenate.
A natural anti-bacterial plant. It also is effective as an energy-booster.