Wildhorn skincare oil: 100% Natural Ingredients

The oils in the Wildhorn come from plants that have actually grown in Switzerland and are COLD-PRESSED using an exclusive process before they are filtered to remove impurities. We DO NOT refine them using chemical solvents.


Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot) Kernel Oil, Vitis Vinifera (Grape Seed) Oil, Prunus Avium Seed Oil, Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract, Leontopodium Alpinum Flower Extract, Melissa Officinalis Flower Extract, Tocopherol, Monarda Fistulosa Oil, Larix Decidua Oil, Melissa Officinalis Leaf Oil, Anthemis Nobilis Oil, Lavandula Angustifolia Oil, Geraniol*, Citral*, Linalol*, Limonene*, Citronellol*

*naturally present in the essential oils mentioned above.

0.1% Tocopherol or vitamin E that Wildhorn®uses comes from natural and non-transgenic soya



A driving force behind the Wildhorn®is the determination to work with ingredients obtained from nature or from environmentally-friendly and sustainable cultivation in Switzerland. Thus, we buy our raw materials from local producers.


Apricot kernel oil (Prunus Armeniaca)

Canton of origin: Valais / Switzerland

  • Softens the skin and slows down premature skin ageing
  • Stimulates microcirculation and improves skin firmness
  • Boosts skin brightness for a radiant complexion
  • Contains omega 6, omega 9, vitamin A, E and F

A Symphony of Time and Terroir: The Apricot's Tale

In the cradle of ancient China, a delicate gem was born - the apricot. A fruit that transcended time, cultures, and continents, weaving a narrative of sweetness that echoes through the ages.

From China to Valais: An Epic Journey of Flavor

Originating in China around 2000 B.C., the apricot embarked on a grand odyssey with the traders of the Great Silk Road. Chinese merchants, the botanical conduits of this golden treasure, are believed to have introduced the apricot to the Persians, who affectionately named it the "yellow plum" or "zardaloo."

Botanically known as Prunus armeniaca, a nod to the ancient Greeks' belief in its Armenian origin, the apricot made its debut in Greece and Rome in the 1st century B.C. Dioscorides, a Greek physician, poetically dubbed it "Mailon armeniacon" or the "pomme d'Arménie," while Pliny, in Rome, hinted at a variety named praecocium, celebrating its early bloom.

The apricot, with its delicate charm, became a favorite among royals and aristocrats. 

Valais: The Regal Orchard and the Water's Embrace

The apricot's journey continued reaching the Vallis Poenina (the old name of Valais when it was a Province of Rome). Along the Rhône, from Sierre to Martigny, the apricot reigns supreme – the prince of the Valais orchards. Cultivated with care in Switzerland, these high-quality apricots are plucked fully ripe from July to August.

Yet, southern Valais, with its scant rainfall, posed a challenge. Here, the artistry of irrigation channels, the "Bisse," comes to life. A marvel of engineering, these channels bring life-sustaining water from the snow-laden Valais mountains to the fertile slopes above the Rhône Valley. The Bisse Vieux, dating back to 1658, is a testament to the region's commitment to preserving apricot cultivation.

Nectar of Wellness

The apricot, utilized for millennia in traditional Chinese medicine, has not only delighted palates but also contributed to wellness. Laden with phenolic compounds, including caffeic, ferulic, and p-coumaric acids, along with chlorogenic acids and flavonoids, apricots offer a tapestry of health benefits.

A tale that began in the heart of China, traversed the Silk Road, embraced the warmth of Valais, and whispers of sweetness that transcend time. The apricot's story, intricately woven through history and terroir, invites us to appreciate not just a fruit but a timeless journey!


Grape seed oil (Vitis Vinifera)

Canton of origin: Valais / Switzerland

  • Prevents skin ageing and reduces existing lines
  • Regenerates
  • Nourishes dry skin and moisturizes oily skin
  • Sebo-regulating, allows combination and oily skin to regulate and shine less
  • Contains omega 6, omega 9, vitamin E, polyphenols


Cherry seed oil (Prunus Avium)

Canton of origin: Zug / Switzerland

  • Moisturizing and antioxidant properties
  • For dry and mature skin care
  • Forms a protective barrier on the skin
  • Restructuring, helps collagen formation
  • Contains omega 6, omega 9, carotenoids


Marigold flower extract (Calendula Officinalis)

Canton of origin: Vaud / Switzerland

  • Antioxidant action


Edelweiss flower extract (Leontopodium Alpinum)

Canton of origin: Valais / Switzerland

  • Softening and protective, reduces skin inflammation
  • Antioxidant action, the edelweiss prevents skin ageing


Lemon balm flower extract and essential oil (Melissa Officinalis)

Canton of origin: Vaud / Switzerland

  • Relaxing and anti-stress scent


Wild Bergamot essential oil (Monarda Fistulosa)

Canton of origin: Vaud / Switzerland

  • Tonifying
  • Regenerates
  • For dull skin and skin prone to minor imperfections
  • Smooth scent


Larch essential oil (Larix Decidua)

Canton of origin: Valais / Switzerland

  • Stimulating and antiseptic
  • Enveloping and comforting scent


Roman Chamomile essential oil (Anthemis Nobilis)

Canton of origin: Vaud / Switzerland

  • Soothing and anti-inflammatory action
  • Calming and soothing scent


True Lavender essential oil (Lavendula Angustifolia)

Origin: Canton of Valais / Switzerland

Improves skin regeneration
Antibacterial, healing, and powerful skin regenerator, ideal for blemished skin
Calming and soothing scent