Quality, all-natural pure ingredients is what we do at GingerGanics. A personal dedication to wellness and self-care is our priority. We love our skin and our bodies. The ingredients we use for our products reflect that as they are carefully curated to take care of your body. If a Ginger approves of the ingredient, that means it is gentle, effective and won’t cause irritation to super sensitive ginger skin types, or any skin type. 

We wanted to give you a run down of what ingredients are in our products! To find out what is in a specific product, just simply click on what product(s) you're interested in and take a look! 

Beeswax (Cera Alba)

An all-natural wax produced from honey bees and carefully extracted from the honeycomb. Research has shown beeswax to be helpful for several common fungal skin infections like ringworm. Oddly enough, it has also shown to be helpful to decrease inflammation and irritation for a bunch of butt stuff, including hemorrhoids, diaper rash, and anal fissures. Blessed by the bees, good for booties.  

Borage Oil 

Scalp-calming and soul-soothing, this plant oil is chock full of Omega 6 essential fatty acids. These babies are shown to reduce redness and inflammation, making your skin tone more even, healthy and glowing from the inside out.

Candelilla Wax

A soft plant-based wax derived from the Candelilla plant. Considered vegan and has great skin-healing benefits.

Cetyl Alcohol

A skin-friendly gentle fatty alcohol used as an emollient.

Cloud Berry Oil 

With high levels of Vitamin E, this plant oil provides essential antioxidant benefits to protect your scalp and hair while nourishing and restoring soft, supple cloud-like texture with essential nutrients.

Coconut Oil 

A great moisturizer for your skin. It will cleanse your skin of dirt and impurities while also providing anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-viral properties. Due to its antioxidant properties you may also experience firmer skin!

French Purple Clay 

While giving a gorgeous purple tint, this clay also softens the skin and also can help with detoxing. Also packed with anti-aging properties due to the concentration of mineral salts, this is combo that your skin and you will love.

Glycerin  A great ingredient that lets your skin breathe while also making sure the moisture stays in. Especially great for individuals with dry or sensitive skin.

Jojoba Seed Oil

From the Jojoba plant native to the southwestern US and northern Mexico, Jojoba is widely used for psoriasis, sunburn, chapped skin, and acne. It is also known to unclog hair follicles, and for this reason is often used in hair products to help re-grow thinning hair.

Jojoba oil is a deeply hydrating emollient that has been used by Native Americans for centuries to aid in skin healing. It contains vitamins (B and E) and minerals to nourish skin and protect it from the environment. It penetrates deeply to provide the greatest healing and nourishing benefits and helps rebuild the barrier to protect your skin from damage, making it useful for wound healing, sunburn healing, and any other skin barrier repair. The antioxidants are not only soothing but also protect skin from environmental stress, and encourage skin cell repair.

 Jojoba oil also acts as a natural preservative by inhibiting bacterial microbe growth, which makes it great for acne-prone skin as well. What also makes it great for acne-prone skin is that it balances natural skin oil production because it mimics your skin’s own oils, keeping them from overproducing. It is also non-comedogenic and hypo-allergenic, so rest assured sensitive skin friends, you can slather this golden elixir all over you and not worry about negative reactions or breakouts.

Juniper Berry Oil

There is worldwide appreciation for Juniper Berries for their most famous contribution to the world -- Gin -- and making drinking a “tonic” seem like a healthy idea. There is some logic to that concept, since Juniper Berries are incredibly high in flavonoid and polyphenols (antioxidants). A 2010 study found more than 87 antioxidant compounds in Juniper Berries. 
Juniper has been used as far back as ancient Egypt, where it has been found in tombs and embalming practices. Traditional Chinese Medicine has used Juniper Berries as a kidney and bladder detox for centuries because of the diuretic properties of the berries. Multiple modern studies have produced antimicrobial and antifungal properties, and effectiveness against bacteria and respiratory illnesses. The antimicrobial, antifungal, and astringent properties make juniper berry oil a great addition to the Shampoo Bar.


Loveage Essential Oil

This plant-based oil contains antiseptic properties to reduce unwanted bacteria and keep scalp balanced. It improves hair health by moisture-balancing and restoring shine.

Macadamia Ternifolia Seed Oil

 Native to Australia, this oil contains high levels of oleic acid which is highly moisturizing and anti-inflammatory which aids in repairing skin cells. It is highly emollient and therefore super moisturizing and great for dry skin. Also, it contains a rare fatty acid called palmitoleic acid (Omega-7) which makes skin soft and supple because the oil absorbs into skin easily, and this naturally occurring fatty acid is vital to skin repair and cell renewal. Macadamia Seed Oil has the highest concentration of palmitoleic acid than any other naturally occurring oil, and it mimics the skin’s natural oils.

Worry not, because Macadamia is not a nut at all, it is a seed and is not known to cause any allergies even for those with typical nut allergies. 

Organic Cane Sugar 

The perfect "sweetener" for your skin! Organic cane sugar is a great way to exfoliate your skin so you can glow from the inside out! It also naturally and safely helps your skin to shed off dead skin, leaving gorgeous skin underneath.

Organic Castor Oil 

This is a well kept secret! It creates a gorgeous lather while also moisturizing your skin. Especially great for dry skin as it really helps to trap in the moisture.

Organic Lavender Essential Oil 

Reduces inflammation, soothes and repairs dry skin, has anti-fungal properties, antibacterial properties and smells like a royal. The scent is heavenly, known to be calming, soothing, restorative, and even muscle relaxing.

Because of the anti-inflammatory nature of lavender oil it is often used to treat inflammatory conditions like psoriasis and eczema. It is also shown to be effective in killing the bacteria that causes acne, so it is often used in treatments/toners/cleansers made to reduce acne. It is also known to reduce redness.

Lavender oil is not only soothing because of the scent, it is also pain relieving. So it is often used to treat burns, sunburns and rashes. It contains powerful antioxidants that aid in healing and protecting skin from free radicals and damage. Studies have shown lavender oil can promote skin tissue healing, proving its use in helping heal small wounds. It’s also been used to treat insect bites, poison ivy, and skin reactions. 

One of the most popular uses for lavender is in gardens and insect repellents because insects don’t like the plant (known in gardens all over the South, including my mama’s).

Organic Vanilla Oleresin Oil 

This oil is known to promote relaxation. Also known to prevent infection and reduce  inflammation. Another fact that makes this oil a great choice is that it has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.

Propylene Glycol 

Increases moisture in skin.

Rosehip Oil 

Naturally rich in essential fatty acids, plus powerful antioxidants and vitamins, this plant oil reinforces your scalp’s natural defense and cell renewal processes creating a happy healthy scalp.

Rosemary Oil

 Known to promote hair growth and scalp health, reduce inflammation, and can aid in healing. Rosemary Oil has been trusted for ages as one of the few ingredients actually shown to grow hair!

Shea Butter

Used for centuries to heal dry and damaged skin, shea butter is a hero ingredient and staple in many natural products for it’s anti-inflammatory properties. It is also particularly great for sensitive skin because it is non-comedogenic (less likely to make blackheads), and even though it is a fat extracted from the shea nut it is low in nut proteins that usually cause allergic reactions in those with nut allergies.  

Shea Butter contains high concentrations of vitamins (Vitamin A and Vitamin E) and fatty acids that help to rebuild disrupted skin barriers. When your skin is dry and damaged, your skin barrier is compromised and is sensitive to more damage. Shea’s fatty acids: linoleic, oleic, stearic, and palmitic acids absorb into skin and quickly work to repair your barrier to reduce moisture loss and damage. Vitamin A and Vitamin E lend antioxidant power for anti-inflammatory and anti-aging benefits while the plant esters also calm inflammatory cell production. Therefore, Shea Butter is also useful for inflammatory skin conditions like eczema, dermatitis and psoriasis. Shea butter also contains triterpenes which disrupt collagen breakdown, keeping your skin more elastic.

All of these anti-inflammatory and skin barrier repairing qualities make Shea Butter particularly great at rebuilding skin cells for wound healing, sunburns, and skin irritations, which is why we use a potent concentration in our Healing Balm. 

If that isn’t enough, Shea Butter is also anti-fungal. It is specifically known to kill the fungi that leads to athlete’s foot and ringworm. The fatty acids listed above are also oil balancing, making it great for acne and oily skin. It is also great for reducing the appearance of scarring and stretch marks because it is thought to promote new cell growth and inhibit fibroids that create scar tissue.

Now, if only Shea Butter was tall, dark, and gorgeous.

Sodium Hydroxide 

Helps to stabilize and maintain the pH.


Helps to keep a consistent feel throughout the soap while also holding in moisture.

Stearic Acid 

Helps to keep the soaps shape and consistency while also creating a rich, velvety lather. This combination makes sure that your skin is holding in the moisture provided by the soap. 

Sunflower Seed Oil

With anti-inflammatory properties that help heal redness, this oil is high in omega-6 (linoleic) fatty acid,  and oleic acid which helps decrease skin inflammation and aids in the development of new skin cells to repair a damaged skin barrier, making it great for inflammatory skin conditions like eczema, dermatitis and psoriasis. This also makes it great for healing wounds and other types of skin damage. It has been proven in tests for increasing skin hydration. The linoleic acid makes Sunflower Seed Oil effective in protecting skin against bacteria, which has been proven in studies to aid against infections. 

Native to the southwestern U.S., Sunflower Seed Oil is also high in the antioxidant Vitamin E which aids in defending against free radicals and helps minimize the appearance of aging. It is also non comedogenic so it doesn’t clog pores and is great for all skin types. 

The best part, there have been no adverse reactions reported, even in studies with young infants to prevent infections like sepsis. So the conclusion to draw is that if it is good enough to protect a most precious tiny little human, it is gentle enough for your sensitive skin too.

Titanium Dioxide 

What keeps the clean ingredients in our soap looking gorgeous and pretty. 

Vitamin E Oil

A potent antioxidant that fights free radicals and inflammation, Vitamin E oil can also aid in wound healing. It is highly moisturizing and reduces itching. It has been proven in at least one study to reduce the physical symptoms of psoriasis, and with no adverse reactions. 

 As a supplement, Vitamin E Oil is touted as an anti-inflammatory and can even prevent heart disease, support your immune system, possibly prevent skin cancer, and aid in eye health. These benefits are when taken orally, and are not proven topically. If the next study says it can bring inner peace and summon fairies then I’m going to start taking Vitamin E supplements.


You know this one. Great for hydration.