Real Ingredients. Real Results.

At Maple Holistics we use real ingredients for real results. What does that mean? It means we include nourishing, plant-derived ingredients in our products to deliver the highest quality in personal care. Explore some of the ingredients that help make our products so special:




Native to Australia, Eucalyptus trees are used extensively in traditional wellness practices and cosmetics, due to their remarkable attributes. Eucalyptus Essential Oil is derived from the tree’s leaves.


Known also as citronella grass, this plant is native to tropical climates. Lemongrass’ moisturizing oil is derived from its leaves and stalks, and it’s used in aromatherapy and traditional herbal medicine.


True to its name, this lightweight oil is distilled from grape seeds as part of the wine-making process. Grapeseed Oil is used in cooking, pharma, and cosmetics, and is rich in vitamins and fatty acids.
Evening Primrose

Evening Primrose

This plant and its oil have earned their place in the pantheon of wellness and beauty, with a long history of use in traditional medicine and cosmetics. It’s rich in many types of essential fatty acids.


Rosehip Seed Oil is distilled from wild rose seeds, and is high in antioxidants and fatty acids. It’s extremely beneficial for all skin types, and is used extensively in self-care for skin and body.


This botanical oil is high in minerals, vitamins and other skin-friendly nutrients. It’s used primarily as a moisturizer for skin and hair, and is always a popular addition to daily beauty routines.
Rose Water

Rose Water

This uniquely fragrant and toning blend is made by distillation or by steeping rose petals in water. It’s used as a facial moisturizer, a refreshing mist, and as a base for natural makeup removal.
Clary Sage

Clary Sage

The fragrant essential oil of Clary Sage acts as a way to significantly improve wellness of skin and hair. In aromatherapy, the oil is used to reduce stress and anxiety and promote feelings of relaxation.


Palmarosa is native to India and Nepal, and has a floral fragrance. Its essential oil promotes overall wellness of skin and hair, and also has hydrating qualities that enhance the skin’s radiance.
Ylang Ylang

Ylang Ylang

This plant is native to Southeast Asia, and its essential oil is distilled from the flowers. It has a sweet fragrance, and is used in many traditional remedies and cosmetics products due to its benefits.
Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple Cider Vinegar

High in vitamins and minerals, this fermented apple juice has been used in traditional wellness practices for thousands of years, and nowadays it remains a staple of folk remedies and daily self-care.
Vitamin C

Vitamin C

An essential nutrient necessary for the proper development and maintenance of body tissues of all kinds. It plays a significant role in a large number of physical functions, systems, and processes.
Vitamin E

Vitamin E

This essential vitamin continuously relieves the body of oxidative stress, and participates in maintaining the body’s overall wellness. Vitamin E is particularly beneficial for skin, scalp and hair.


Also known as Vitamin H or B7, this nutrient is necessary for proper metabolism and energy production. It can greatly benefit hair, skin and nails, and can be found in a wide range of wellness products.


Kelp is a seaweed high in nutrients, particularly antioxidants, which help keep the body in balance and promote general wellness. Kelp can be found in a variety of skin and hair care products.


The building blocks of hair, skin, nails and more. Keratin is a protein which forms skin, nails and hair, and which provides protection, strength, manageability and radiance to the body’s outermost layers.
Witch Hazel

Witch Hazel

Hailing from parts of America and Asia, this plant has been used for many centuries for food, wellness, and sacred rituals. It’s present in many skin and hair care formulas due to its positive attributes.
Argan nuts in a bowl.


Derived from the kernels of the argan tree, argan oil is often referred to as "liquid gold". Its ability to gently nourish, smooth and moisturize makes it a wonderful resource in hair and skin care.
Aloe vera in a bowl.

Aloe Vera

Native to naturally dry climates, aloe vera packs a moisturizing punch. Powerful and versatile, aloe vera nurtures the skin while also serving as a capable sun tan lotion, moisturizer and skin care balm.
Tea tree in a bowl.

Tea Tree

Fresh from the Australian tea tree leaf, tea tree oil has recently experienced a popularity boom. Powerful enough to clarify the scalp, tea tree oil is also gentle enough to soften both skin and hair.
Almonds in a bowl.


Almonds are a known source of healthy fats, and can assist skin in looking its best. The fat-rich almond is a preferred source of a nourishing and potent oil which can be used in cosmetics and personal care.
Cedarwood in a bowl.


Hair and skin can both require gentle care, and it's hard to find better than cedarwood. The hydrating properties derived from cedarwood oil keep skin, as well as tresses, feeling moisturized and soft.
Coconut flakes in a bowl.


When applied to the hair, coconut oil coats each strand to keep tresses soft and sleek. Enjoy clearer-looking skin, and hair that feels stronger and more voluminous, through regular use of coconut oil.
Cocoa butter in a bowl.

Cocoa Butter

Cocoa butter hydrates the hair, making it feel stronger while reducing the appearance of breakage. These benefits can be applied to the face as well, for skin that is moisturized and more youthful-looking.
Avocado sliced in a bowl.


Avocado's high vitamin-E content can be utilized in the form of avocado oil, for a multitude of self-care uses. The fatty acids found in avocado nourishes skin, keeping it looking young and fresh.
Lavender in a bowl.


One of the most versatile essential oils, lavender oil has a wonderful scent often utilized in aromatherapy. Lavender freshens the air as well as the scalp, for hair that looks as great as it smells.
Jojoba seeds in a bowl.


The jojoba shrub, which is native to the Southwestern US and Northwestern Mexico, has wonderful benefits for the skin and nails. Its liquid provides deep moisture while easing the appearance of blemishes or marks.
Kokum in a basket.

Kokum Butter

An effective thickening agent, kokum butter helps creams, lotions and body butters to achieve a more satisfying consistency. This makes kokum butter a helpful ingredient in chemical-free skincare products.
Green tea powder in a bowl.

Green Tea

Made from camellia sinensis leaves, green tea is loaded with antioxidants that your hair and skin crave. When applied to the scalp and tresses, it can help hair look stronger and thicker.
Raspberries in a bowl.

Raspberry Seed

Sweet smelling and sounding, raspberry seed oil offers a host of benefits to assist in maintaining a more youthful look. Enjoy healthier-looking skin and hair with regular use of raspberry seed oil.
Lemon half and rind in a bowl.


Powerful and pleasant, lemon oil is often enjoyed for its clean, fresh aroma. It can also be distilled and applied to skin for a healthier, clearer-looking complexion, as well as to hair for greater shine.
Peaches in a bowl.

Peach Kernel

Peach kernel oil is highly emollient, meaning that it is easily absorbed by the skin. This makes it simple for skin to enjoy its nourishing benefits, and also makes this oil a popular choice for massage.
Mint in a bowl.


Cooling and satisfying spearmint makes for a powerful oil, which can be enjoyed for its aromatherapy effects as well as topical benefits. It refreshes the scalp while giving hair a stronger, shinier look.
Rosemary in a bowl.


Rosemary oil provides a multitude of benefits when it comes to self-care. This oil hydrates dry, damaged skin while also nourishing tired hands through strengthening the appearance of nails and cuticles.
Sage in a bowl.


Sage oil has been celebrated for its skincare properties for generations. This oil can help skin look less oily while reducing the appearance of blemishes, keeping your face feeling fresh and clean.
Shea butter in a bowl.

Shea Butter

Shea butter, derived from the shea tree found in Western Africa, enriches and moisturizes the skin. High in vitamins A and E, shea butter keeps the complexion looking younger and the hair deeply hydrated.
Silk amino in a bowl.

Silk Amino Acids

Powerful amino acids found in silk help the body to preserve moisture, making this a beneficial addition to many hair and skincare products. Silk amino acids give hair a stronger, smoother appearance.
Sunflowers in a bowl.


Extracted from sunflowers, this oil contains high levels of fatty acids to hydrate and nourish the body. Sunflower oil can be used by all skin types, including sensitive skin, as a gentle, effective moisturizer.
Apricots in a bowl.


The thin yet potent consistency of apricot oil allows it to easily penetrate skin, enveloping the body in deep moisture. This oil helps keep skin looking young, and diminishes the appearance of blemishes.
Oranges in a bowl.


Orange oil is a wonderful source of vitamin C, which is essential for maintaining healthy-looking hair. Help your tresses feel their best with orange oil, which also reduces the appearance of breakage.
Sea buckthorn in a bowl.

Sea Buckthorn

Sea Buckthorn oil is easily absorbed by the skin, ensuring that it does not leave a greasy residue as so many other oils may do. This oil contains high levels of vitamin C, and offers abundant skincare benefits.
Hibiscus in a bowl.


Hibiscus works wonders as a personal care ingredient. Capable of serving as a standalone skin care serum, the oxidant-rich hibiscus is packed with vitamins to help hair and skin feel strong and nourished.
Pomegranate in a bowl.


Pomegranate seeds pack a powerful punch when it comes to nourishing the hair and scalp. Pomegranates can help tresses look longer and stronger, by reducing the appearance of flyaways or dry ends.
Castor seeds in a bowl.


Native to tropical regions of Africa and Asia, castor oil is perhaps best known for its intense, golden color. Thanks to its healthy fatty acid content, castor oil is known to deeply hydrate skin and hair.
Carrots in a bowl.


Rich in beta carotene, which gives them their natural orange color, carrots promote healthier-looking skin and hair. The high amounts of vitamin A provide necessary antioxidants to keep nails feeling strong.
Coffee arabica

Coffee arabica

A shrub whose oil and extracts are high in antioxidants and micronutrients. One of the earliest cultivated species of coffee, Arabian Coffee is used extensively in the beauty and wellness industries.
Himalayan Salt

Himalayan Salt

Salt with a pink hue, extremely high in trace minerals and nutritious elements. Himalayan sea salt is used in the beauty and cosmetics industries due to its many benefits for the skin and hair.
Pumpkin Seed

Pumpkin Seed

Pumpkin seeds are rich in vitamins and minerals, and also packed with antioxidants. They're a powerful and highly beneficial source of wellness for skin and hair.
Bergamot Mint

Bergamot Mint

Bergamot Mint is a hybrid mint, considered to be gentler, softer and more citrusy than other mint varieties. Bergamot is known for its calming and uplifting qualities.
Roman Chamomile

Roman Chamomile

Known for its light herbal fragrance and soothing qualities, Roman Chamomile is a versatile and highly-useful plant, particularly when diffused in oil form.
Bergamot Orange

Bergamot Orange

The bergamot orange is native to Southern Italy. It is fragrant, rich in vitamins and potassium, and its oil is a popular ingredient in beauty, cosmetics and aromatherapy.