Aloe vera known for its healing, soothing antibacterial, and moisturising properties, naturally cooling aloe vera is used to relieve burning, itching, irritated skin. The vitamins found in Aloe vera include: Vitamin B complex, Folic acid, Vitamin C and Beta-Carotene.
Carrot seed oil aids in restoring elasticity to sagging, wrinkled or sun damaged skin, and is also known to encourage and stimulate cell growth. Carrot seed oil revitalises and tones skin while assisting in removing toxins and water build up in the skin, giving it a fresher, firmer appearance
Camellia oil is an excellent emollient and wonderful skin moisturiser. It protects skin from drying out while replenishing vital nutrients. It is particularly high in oleic acid and exceeds the level of olive oil. Camellia oil contains vitamin a, b, and e and various minerals and has an active constituent known as squalene, which is an important component of the skins natural emollient system.
Chamomile is a wonderful herb that is universally soothing, healing, calming, relaxing, regenerative and anti-inflammatory. A sedative to the central nervous system, chamomile may help with cramps, muscle spasms, skin rashes as well as relaxing your body and mind.
Activated Charcoal, an amazingly absorbent substance, widely known for its ability to effectively cleanse the skin, unclog pores, remove deeper impurities and dead skin cells, resulting in smooth, supple skin. Dirt, toxins, heavy metals, chemicals, and other poisons are attracted to the charcoal molecules and washed away. Activated Charcoal is amazing because it removes these nasties without adsorbing vitamins and nutrients, leaving your skin radiantly healthy.
Cinnamon is rich in antioxidants with both anti-aging and anti-acne benefits. Cinnamon can improve collagen production in skin cells which helps reduce visible signs of aging.
Coconut oil is readily absorbed into the skin and is widely known for is superior moisturising and restorative abilities. Coconut is naturally full of antioxidants, has natural antifungal properties and is an excellent moisturiser for dry, irritated or sensitive skin.
Coconut milk powder has high levels of Vitamin C which helps maintain elasticity and flexibility of skin. It is also rich in copper, and prevents wrinkles, sagging skin and age spots.
Epsom salts support stress reduction and soothe sore muscles. Epsom salts are a natural emollient that is rich in the essential mineral magnesium which is the second most abundant element in our cells. Bathing in and exfoliating with Epsom salts are known to draw toxins from the body, sedate the nervous system, reduce pain and swelling and relax sore muscles.
Evening primrose oil is packed with gamma linolenic acid, vitamins, minerals and is known to accelerate healing in dry maturing skin thereby helping premature aging.
Ginger is warming, soothing and relaxing to mind and body. It is a natural antioxidant that fights inflammation, improves circulation and invigorates the skin to reduce the appearance and formation of cellulite, promoting smoother and more radiant skin tone.
Jojoba oil closely resembles our skins sebum, is highly penetrating and does not leave an oily residue. Jojoba contains the anti-inflammatory myristic acids which may relieve sore muscles, joints and arthritis.
Kaolin clay is a powdered form of hydrated aluminium silicate, kaolin clay has electromagnetic qualities and contains various trace minerals, including iron, magnesium, calcium, sodium, zinc and more. The molecules in natural clays have a negative ionic surface charge that pills toxins out through the pores of the skin. Kaolin is highly absorbent, drawing excess oils, impurities and environmental toxins from the skins surface.
Lavender is known universally as a healing herb as it works to regulate sebum production, fosters the regeneration of new skin cells, and soothes inflamed skin. Known to be cooling, healing and tonic, lavender is both relaxing and revitalising for your body and mind. It is a adaptogen, which means that it works with your body’s specific needs, adapting itself to be soothing or revitalising as needed.
Macadamia oil closely resembles the chemical make up of our sebum. It is highly restorative and high in monounsaturated fatty acids, contains palmitoleic acid (promotes young soft skin), as well as omega-3 and omega 6 fatty acids.
Oatmeal has been used for centuries as a skin soother, oatmeal nourishes, moisturises and gently exfoliates all skin types. Oats contain avenanthramides, flavonoids, and phenols, which are natural anti-inflammatories and antioxidants. Oatmeal can help normalise your skins PH, which makes it especially helpful for soothing irritated skin conditions.
Patchouli essential oil is a skin conditioner with antiseptic, antifungal, antibacterial properties, which make it helpful for healing dry skin, eczema, acne and inflamed or cracked skin conditions, patchouli is known to rejuvenate skin cells, help reduce enlarged pores and help relieve skin discolouration.
Pineapple: Pineapple is a tropical fruit that is a natural antioxidant high in vitamin C. It is an exfoliant due to a protein-digesting enzyme called bromelain, and it has proteolytic enzymes, which help stimulate and cleanse skin. Pineapple is known to stimulate collagen production, fight free radicals, and help reduce the appearance of fine lines and age spots.
Rose is known to be highly emollient, rose helps fight premature aging and improve tone, texture and elasticity. Ani-inflammatory and antibacterial, rose is soothing, balancing and refreshing, making it beneficial for all skin types and conditions.
Rose geranium essential oil: Helps to tone skin tissues, aids in cell regeneration and tissue repair and works to reduce cellulite, dermatitis, and eczema. Astringent, antiseptic, antifungal, anti-infectious, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and regenerative, this essential oil is known to help with aged or wrinkling skin, cellular regeneration, and acne. It’s also antiseptic and good for both dry and oily skin.
Rosehip seed oil: Is rich in essential fatty acids, vitamins c, and minerals and has been shown to help improve elasticity of the skin, regenerate skin cells, slow down premature aging, reduce the formation of wrinkles and reduce scaring.
Rosemary: A robust, detoxifying herb, rosemary helps relieve a wide variety of ailments.
Rosewater: Used in skincare preparations for centuries, rosewater is naturally astringent and antiseptic. It helps tighten pores, soothe capillaries, reduce redness, fight blemishes, smooth wrinkles, and restore suppleness for a dewy complexion. Rosewater soothes irritated skin conditions, including acne, sunburn, or overexposure to the elements and is beneficial for all skin types, including dry, oily, and sensitive.
Safflower oil is deeply nourishing and moisturising with an exceptionally high amount of linoleic acid. Vitamin a, d and e. Deeply soothing, especially good to help relieve poor circulation in legs and swollen feet.
Shea butter: With an abundance of healing properties and superior moisturising capability, shea butter actually restores the skin’s natural elasticity. Shea butter contains a ton of naturally occurring healing elements, including vitamins, minerals, proteins, and a unique fatty acid profile. Shea butter enables your skin to absorb moisture from the air, and as a result, your skin becomes softer and stays moisturised for longer. Shea butter has a natural sun protection ranging between SPF 6-7.
Strawberry seed oil penetrates quickly carrying potent gamma tocopherol, alpha-linoleic and oleic fatty acids deep into the dermal layers of your skin. These natural antioxidants excel in scavenging free radicals. Antioxidants protect your skin cells by attaching themselves to free radicals, thereby disarming them. Unchecked free radicals attack and destroy your healthy cells.