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Bratty Brujita

Skin Healing Oil for Bruises Cuts and Scrapes

Skin Healing Oil for Bruises Cuts and Scrapes

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Bumps, scrapes, cuts and bruises are bound to happen and this oil blend is just what you need to deal with them. Although this healing oil is not suitable for your face unless diluted (it’s too strong and may cause irritation) it’s perfectly suited for elbows, ankles, and knees and any other place you might need it. 




  • Small cuts
  • Scrapes
  • Bumps
  • Bruises


  • Cleanse area with soap and water and apply oil* to affected areas. Place a fresh leaf (banana, guava, avocado would work) or saran wrap on top of the oil over the affected area to keep it moist. Then wrap the area securely but not too tight with elastic medical bandage. Elevate and ice the area for 72 hours. Change the leaf whenever you remove the bandage 1-2 times per day.

* This oil is not intended for deep cuts or open wounds. You may use it 3-4 days after your initial cut after you are sure there are no signs of infection.


Helps heal small cuts as well a bruised and scraped skin. Will reduce redness and swelling when used correctly and instructions are followed.


  • Black Seed Oil: Black seed oil, also known as black cumin seed oil, is derived from the seeds of the Nigella sativa plant. It has been used for centuries in traditional medicine for its potential health benefits. The oil is rich in antioxidants, essential fatty acids, and other bioactive compounds that may have anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antiviral properties. 
  • Pumpkin Seed Oil: Pumpkin seed oil is obtained from the seeds of pumpkins (Cucurbita pepo). It is known for its rich content of nutrients, including vitamins, minerals, and essential fatty acids. Pumpkin seed oil is often used for its potential benefits in improving skin health. Additionally, it contains antioxidants that can help protect cells from damage.
  • Comfrey Root: Comfrey is a herbaceous plant with a long history of traditional use as a medicinal herb. The roots and leaves of comfrey contain allantoin, a compound believed to aid in cell proliferation and promote tissue repair. Comfrey has been applied topically as a poultice or cream to support wound healing and reduce inflammation. 
  • Rose Hips: Rose hips are the fruit of the rose plant (Rosa species) and are typically red or orange in color. They are a rich source of vitamin C, along with other vitamins, antioxidants, and flavonoids. Rosehip oil is rich in vitamin A, it can help stimulate collagen. It can also calm inflammation due to vitamin E and anthocyanin. 
  • Copal: Copal is a type of tree resin obtained from various tropical trees, particularly from the copal tree (Burseraceae family). It has been used for centuries in incense and traditional healing practices by indigenous cultures in Mesoamerica and other regions. When used topically (such as in skin balms or soaps), copal soothes, calms, and heals the skin. It has anti-inflammatory properties, which make it the perfect ingredient in products for issues like dryness, itching, eczema, psoriasis, and more
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