Nature’s Touch

(3 customer reviews)

CAD $23.00CAD $64.00

Nature’s Touch is one of those happy accidents where something is formulated for one thing and turns out it is amazing for many other conditions. It was formulated in 2008 for dry skin, but people started reporting amazing results for scar tissue damage.

One of our favorite Cloud 9 supporters and super brave woman Lisa was mauled by a pit bull while trying to rescue a woman being mauled by the same dog. She had extensive scars on face and arms and was scheduled to see a plastic surgeon. After taking before and after pictures and trying our Natures Touch for a month, she cancelled her appointment.

Another woman had a 6 month old scar on her face and had tried everything to lighten the scar. Nothing worked until she tried our Nature’s Touch. Within weeks, the scar had disappeared.

We have had cases of Nature’s Touch used to successfully help with shingles damage. Back then, we had no access to scientific research explaining the variety of uses and the positive results. Now there is (in most cases) ample research on the actions and traditional uses of the ingredients we use in our formulas.

Use for:

  • Dry skin
  • Improving the appearance of scar tissue
  • Soothing shingles damage
  • Soothing razor burn
  • Improving appearance of psoriasis
  • Extremely dry skin patches
  • Improving appearance of stretch marks
  • Soothing sun-damaged skin

If you’ve tried our Nature’s Touch before, you may notice some differences lately

  • Texture and colour: we use unrefined oils and butters from fair trade co-ops. They leave all the good stuff in and do not add bleach or other chemicals. This also means colour and texture can vary from batch to batch.
  • Scent: our supplier discontinued their natural scents so we are now using several fruit extracts that are even better!
    • Coconut for antioxidant anti-inflammatory and barrier protection
    • Mango for vitamin A, C, and beta carotene for preventing skin degeneration and improving elasticity
    • Raspberry ketones for protective antioxidants, anthrocyanins for anti-inflammation and strengthening collagen and connective tissues


Ingredients (Click to expand)

Tamanu Oil

  • Used for: sciatica, shingles, neuralgia, rheumatism, leprosy, wound healing, burns, cuts, abrasions, insect bites, acne, scars, psoriasis, sunburn, diabetic sores, HIV Epstein Barr virus
  • Properties: cicatrizing, anti-tumoral, antioxidant, anti-microbial, anti-neuralgia, anti-bacterial, cytotoxic, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, anti-dyslipidemic
  • Components: 92% neutral lipids (monoacylglyerols, diaglycerides, triacylglycerols, fatty acids, sterols), 6.4% glycolipids, 1.6% phospholipids – please ask for more detailed information.


  • Used for: rheumatism, arthritis, colic, ulcers, hemorrhoids, skin care, hair care, insecticide, candle making
  • Properties: insecticidal, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, wound healing, anti-ulcer, cytotoxic, anti-microbial


  • Used for: hair and skin moisturizer, improving skin elasticity, fighting signs of aging
  • Properties: antioxidant, anti-inflammatory


  • Used for: dry skin, acne, hair care, wrinkle creams
  • Properties: antioxidant, anti-microbial, emollient

Mango Butter

  • Used for: hair care, skin care, wrinkle cream, scar tissue healer, sun care, eye cream
  • Properties: antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, immune modulator, analgesic

Shea Butter

  • Used for: skin care, hair care, sinusitis, congestion, sun care
  • Properties: antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, anti-arthritic, decongestant, antiviral, anti-parasitic
  • Components:  Vitamins A, E and F, fatty acids (oleic 40-50%, stearic 20-50%, linoleic 3-11% and palmitic 2-9%), unsaturated fats (healthy) unsaponifiables (a type of unsaturated fat)

Apricot Kernel Oil

  • Properties: antimicrobial, antinociceptive, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory
  • Used for: asthma, coughs/colds, bronchitis, constipation, hair growth, cancer, wrinkles
  • Components: oleic acid (omega 9 fatty acid) 58-66%; linoleic acid (omega 6 fatty acid) 29%; palmitic acid 4-6%; vitamins A, E, B1, B2, B6, B17; sterols (campesterolβ-sitosterol, Δ5-avenasterol, 24-methylene-cycloartanol, cholesterol, gramisterol, Δ7-stigmasterol, Δ7-avenasterol and citrostadienol), squalene


Please note, results may vary from person to person. Always read and follow the label before use. If you are not satisfied, we offer a money-back guarantee on this product.


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Multifruit BSC, Alpha hydroxy acids

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  •  Effects of α-hydroxy acids on photoaged skin: A pilot clinical, histologic, and ultrastructural study CM Ditre, TD Griffin, GF Murphy, H Sueki… – Journal of the American …, 1996 – Elsevier

Tamanu Oil

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  •  The Wound Healing and Antibacterial  Activity of Five Ethnomedical Calophyllum inophyllum Oils: An Alternative Therapeutic Strategy to Treat Infected … T Léguillier, M Lecsö-Bornet, C Lémus… 2015 –
  • Pattern of anti-HIV dipyranocoumarin expression in callus cultures of Calophyllum inophyllum Linn. KD Pawar, SP Joshi, SR Bhide, SR Thengane – Journal of biotechnology, 2007 – Elsevier
  •  Antimicrobial and cytotoxic agents from Calophyllum inophyllum MC Yimdjo, AG Azebaze, AE Nkengfack, AM Meyer… – Phytochemistry, 2004 – Elsevier
  •  The effect of Tamanu oil (Calophyllum inophyllum) on anaerobic bacteria isolated from respiratory tract – A Kędzia, A Mścisz, HO Meissner – Postępy Fitoterapii, 2011 –
  • Anti-inflammatory effects of Calophyllum inophyllum L. in RAW264.7 cells.Tsai SC, Liang YH, Chiang JH, Liu FC, Lin WH, Chang SJ, Lin WY, Wu CH, Weng JR.Oncol Rep. 2012 Sep;28.PMID: 22735972
  • Antidyslipidemic and antioxidant activity of the constituents isolated from the leaves of Calophyllum inophyllum.Prasad J, Shrivastava A, Khanna AK, Bhatia G, Awasthi SK, Narender T Phytomedicine. 2012 Nov 15 PMID: 23083817
  • Antimicrobial Assessment of Resins from Calophyllum Antillanum and Calophyllum Inophyllum. Cuesta-Rubio O, Oubada A, Bello A, Maes L, Cos P, Monzote L. Phytother Res. 2015 Dec; 29 PMID: 26514875


  • Flavonoids and lignans from Virola surinamensis twigs and their in vitro activity against Trypanosoma cruzi. (parasite from Chagas disease)  Lopes NP, Chicaro P, Kato MJ, Albuquerque S, Yoshida M. Planta Med. 1998 Oct;64(7):667-8. PMID: 9810278
  • Antinociceptive and antiinflammatory activities of grandisin extracted from Virola surinamensis. Carvalho AA, Galdino PM, Nascimento MV, Kato MJ, Valadares MC, Cunha LC, Costa EA. Phytother Res. 2010 Jan;24(1):113-8. PMID: 19468987
  • Antimicrobial activity of some medicinal plants of the Cerrado, Brazil. Costa ES, Hiruma-Lima CA, Lima EO, Sucupira GC, Bertolin AO, Lolis SF, Andrade FD, Vilegas W, Souza-Brito AR. Phytother Res. 2008 May;22(5):705-7 PMID: 18350520
  •  Antiulcerogenic action of ethanolic extract of the resin from Virola surinamensis Warb. (Myristicaceae). Hiruma-Lima CA, Batista LM, de Almeida AB, de Pietro Magri L, dos Santos LC, Vilegas W, Souza Brito AR. J Ethnopharmacol. 2009 Mar 18;122(2):406-9. PMID: 19162155
  • Analysis of triglycerides by consecutive chromatographic techniques. II. Ucuhuba kernel fat T. W. Culp, R. D. Harlow, Carter Litchfield, Raymond Reiser
  • Development and characterization of PLGA nanocapsules of grandisin isolated from Virola surinamensis: in vitro release and cytotoxicity  studies LA Stecanella, SF Taveira, RN Marreto… – Revista Brasileira de …, 2013 – SciELO Brasil “Myristicaceae, popularly known as “ucuúba-branca” or “ucuúba-de-igapó”, has been used in folk medicine in the treatment of erysipelas, colic and dyspepsia
  • Brazilian oils and butters: The effect of different fatty acid chain composition on human hair physiochemical properties A Fregonesi, C Scanavez, L Santos… – J Cosmet …, 2009


  • Flavonoids, proanthocyanidins, vitamin C, and antioxidant  activity of Theobroma grandiflorum (Cupuassu) pulp and seeds AG – Pugliese, FA Tomas-Barberan… – Journal of agricultural …, 2013
  • New bioactive polyphenols  from Theobroma grandiflorum (“cupuaçu”). Yang H, Protiva P, Cui B, Ma C, Baggett S, Hequet V, Mori S, Weinstein IB, Kennelly EJ. J Nat Prod. 2003 Nov;66(11):1501-4. PMID: 14640528
  • Flavonoids, proanthocyanidins, vitamin C, and antioxidant activity of Theobroma grandiflorum (Cupuassu) pulp and seeds. Pugliese AG, Tomas-Barberan FA, Truchado P, Genovese MI.J Agric Food Chem. 2013 PMID: 23431956
  • Theospheres based on theobroma grandiflorum seed butter: Development of innovative nanoparticles for skin application LM Colomé, RP Raffin, ER Assumpção… – Soft …, 2010 – Taylor & Francis


  • Antimicrobial activity of Amazon Astrocaryum aculeatum extracts and its association to oxidative metabolism. Jobim ML, Santos RC, dos Santos Alves CF, Oliveira RM, Mostardeiro CP, Sagrillo MR, de Souza Filho OC, Garcia LF, Manica-Cattani MF, Ribeiro EE, da Cruz IB. Microbiol Res. 2014 Apr Epub 2013 Jul 16. PMID: 23870852
  • Amazonian Native Palm Fruits as Sources of Antioxidant Bioactive Compounds . Dos Santos Mde F, Mamede RV, Rufino Mdo S, de Brito ES, Alves RE. Antioxidants (Basel). 2015 Sep 7 PMID: 26783846
  • The in vitro genotoxic  effect of Tucuma (Astrocaryum aculeatum)… rich in carotenoids.  de Souza Filho OC, Sagrillo MR, Garcia LF, Machado AK, Cadoná F, Ribeiro EE, Duarte MM, Morel AF, da Cruz IB. J Med Food. 2013 PMID: 24236575

Mango Butter

  • In vivo and in vitro anti-inflammatory  activity of Mangifera indica L. extract (VIMANG®)G Garrido, D González, Y Lemus, D Garcıa… – Pharmacological …, 2004 – Elsevier
  • Phenolic compounds and antioxidant  capacity of Brazilian mango (Mangifera indica L.) varieties – SMR Ribeiro, LCA Barbosa, JH Queiroz, M Knödler… – Food Chemistry, 2008 – Elsevier
  • Analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects of Mangifera indica L. extract (Vimang) G Garrido, D González, C Delporte… – Phytotherapy …, 2001 –
  •  Evaluation of the in vitro antioxidant activity of Mangifera indica L. extract (Vimang) G Martınez, R Delgado, G Pérez, G Garrido… – Phytother …, 2000 –
  • Characterization of novel antimicrobial  compounds from mango (Mangifera indica L.) kernel seeds T Kabuki, H Nakajima, M Arai, S Ueda, Y Kuwabara… – Food chemistry, 2000 – Elsevier
  • Protective effects of Mangifera indica L. extract, mangiferin and selected  antioxidants against TPA-induced biomolecules oxidation and peritoneal macrophage …GM Sánchez, L Re, A Giuliani, AJ Nunez-Selles… – Pharmacological …, 2000 – Elsevier
  • Immunomodulatory activity of alcoholic extract of Mangifera indica L. in mice N Makare, S Bodhankar, V Rangari – Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2001 – Elsevier

Shea Butter

  •  A new ursane triterpenoic acid and other potential anti-inflammatory and anti-arthritic constituents  from EtOAc extracts of Vitellaria paradoxa stem bark. Eyong KO, Foyet HS, Baïrys G, Ngosong Folefoc G, Acha Asongalem E, Lagojda A, Lamshöft M. J Ethnopharmacol. 2015 Nov 4 PMID: 26297841
  • NMR assignment and Antimicrobial/antioxidant  activities of 1β-hydroxyeuscaphic acid from the seeds of Butyrospermum parkii LBT Nyaa, L Barboni, JR Kuiate… – Natural Product Sciences, 2009 –
  • Broad spectrum bioactive sunscreens MVR Velasco, FD Sarruf, IMN Salgado-Santos… – International journal of …, 2008 – Elsevier
  • Cytotoxic and antioxidant triterpene saponins from Butyrospermum parkii (Sapotaceae) – LA Tapondjou, LBT Nyaa, P Tane, M Ricciutelli… – Carbohydrate …, 2011 – Elsevier
  •  Preliminary studies on nasal decongestant activity from the seed of the shea butter tree, Butyrospermum parkii. A Tella – British journal of clinical pharmacology, 1979 – Wiley Online Library
  • Antiviral activity of some Nigerian medicinal plant extracts AC Kudi, SH Myint – Journal of ethnopharmacology, 1999 – Elsevier
  • Influence of climate on the tocopherol (vit E)  content of shea butter. Maranz S, Wiesman Z. J Agric Food Chem. 2004 May 19;52(10):2934-7. PMID: 15137838
  • Galloylated proanthocyanidins from shea (Vitellaria paradoxa) meal have potent anthelmintic  activity against Ascaris suum. Ramsay A, Williams AR, Thamsborg SM, Mueller-Harvey I. Phytochemistry. 2016 Feb;12 PMID: 26708339
  • Anti-inflammatory and anti-arthritic activity of a methanol extract from Vitellaria paradoxa stem bark. Foyet HS, Tsala DE, Zogo Essono Bodo JC, Carine AN, Heroyne LT, Oben EK. Pharmacognosy Res. 2014 Oct-Dec PMID: 26692752
  • Melanogenesis-inhibitory activity and  cancer chemopreventive effect of glucosylcucurbic acid from shea (Vitellaria paradoxa) kernels. Zhang J, Kurita M, Ebina K, Ukiya M, Tokuda H, Yasukawa K, Masters ET, Shimizu N, Akihisa M, Feng F, Akihisa T

Apricot Kernel Oil

  • Antioxidant capacity and  phenolics content of apricot (Prunus armeniaca L.) kernel as a function of genotype – G Korekar, T Stobdan, R Arora, A Yadav… – Plant foods for human …, 2011 – Springer
  • Antinociceptive effect of amygdalin isolated from Prunus armeniaca on formalin-induced pain in rats – HJ Hwang, P Kim, CJ Kim, HJ Lee, I Shim… – Biological and …, 2008 –
  • Chemical composition and  antimicrobial activity of the essential oil of apricot seed – H Lee, JH Ahn, AR Kwon, ES Lee… – Phytotherapy …, 2014 – Wiley Online Library
  • Antioxidant and antimicrobial activities of bitter and sweet apricot (Prunus armeniaca L.) kernels – D Yiğit, N Yiğit, A Mavi – Brazilian Journal of Medical and biological …, 2009 – SciELO Brasil
  • Fatty acids and tocopherol contents of some Prunus spp. Kernel oils  – B Matthaeus, MM Oezcan – Journal of Food Lipids, 2009 – Wiley Online Library
  • Anti-inflammatory effect of Prunus armeniaca L. (Apricot) extracts ameliorates TNBS-induced ulcerative colitis in rats. Minaiyan M, Ghannadi A, Asadi M, Etemad M, Mahzouni Res Pharm Sci. 2014 Jul-Aug
  • Sterols and squalene in apricot (Prunus armeniaca L.) kernel oils: the variety as a key factor. Rudzińska M, Górnaś P, Raczyk M, Soliven A. Nat Prod Res. 2016 Jan 8:1-5.
  • Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev. 1997 Dec;6(12):1101-3. Squalene, olive oil, and cancer risk:  a review and hypothesis

Raspberry Ketones

DISCLAIMER: The studies listed have been included for your interest. These studies are not intended to imply proof of healing or therapeutic attributes for any of the ingredients.

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3 reviews for Nature’s Touch

  1. erogers1004 (verified owner)

    This is truly an amazing product. I have sensitive skin which easily scars and this product keeps even knee replacement scars soft. I have used it for several years and would not be without it. The tub stays fresh and lasts a long time making it a very reasonable price. Better than that it actually works and believe me I have tried many different creams. Once on it keeps skin soft through at least one shower. It soaks in to your skin without leaving any greasy film or slimy feel on the hands. You can still turn a doorknob after applying. It makes your skin feel so incredible that you will find yourself touching your skin constantly as it feels so luxurious. I have given this to all my family members as a gift and cant say enough good things about it. I love, love, love it!

  2. Shirley Tremeer

    I met Joann from Cloud 9 in 2018. I was recovering from Malignant Melanoma surgery on my right foot plus had 3 lymph nodes removed from almost the top of my right thigh. She recommended I try Nature’s Touch for the scarring. Needless to say, it worked really well. I also would get these big red spots on my arms & legs from the adjuvant therapy side effects. I put it on these red spots, well it stopped the itching & when I put it on at night, by morning they were gone. The scar on my thigh was black, now it has totally faded. It still helps with the tightness on the scar on my foot. I bought this as stocking stuffers for my family. Joann is very knowledgeable on all her products. I am still using Nature’s touch today.

  3. Carol Bywater

    Nature’s Touch cream means to me that l don’t have to purchase any other healing cream! I feel it is safe for everyone… grandkids, teenagers, even pets. A scraped knee, sore nose, mosquito bite, itchy bumps, burning skin areas all benefit from this natural cream. A must try, if you are in need of a great healing cream.

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