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AHA Fruit Acids

Promote deep exfoliation and encourage cellular turnover—stimulating the production of collagen and elastin to reveal smoother, brighter, more luminous skin.

As a concentrated blend of five nourishing botanical extracts—bilberry, sugar cane, sugar maple, orange and lemon—AHA Fruit Acids are naturally rich in lactic, glycolic, citric, malic and tartaric acids, to boost the skin and help to combat the effects of premature ageing; including fine lines, wrinkles and pigmentation.

Amla Berry Fruit Extract

This rejuvenating Ayurvedic herb is commonly known as the Indian Gooseberry and is a potent antioxidant containing naturally high levels of vitamin C—essential for healthy skin function and protection against skin ageing.

In Ayurveda, ‘Amlaki’ is thought to balance pitta types, easing digestive fire, supporting healthy liver function, immunity and reducing inflammation.

Ashwagandha Root Extract

A powerful adaptogenic herb traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years. Particularly useful in helping the body adapt and respond to stress—ashwagandha also contains phytochemicals that support immune health, heart health and help to fight inflammation.

Its antibacterial and antimicrobial properties also make it beneficial in the treatment of acne—supporting skin healing—while its powerful antioxidant profile supports collagen production, making it useful in the fight against ageing.

Acai Berry Fruit Oil

This antioxidant-rich berry contains impressive levels of anthocyanins—compounds which protect the skin against ageing while also fighting the effects of sun damage caused by free radicals, protecting the skin’s extracellular matrix.

Its anti-ageing, anti-inflammatory and emollient properties make it particularly useful for moisturising the skin and soothing inflammatory skin conditions.

Argan Kernel Oil

Derived from the argan nut and commonly known as ‘Moroccan Oil’—this skin-protecting superfood is characterised by its light, non-greasy formula. This makes it ideal for oily or acne-prone skin types as it helps to balance the skin’s natural lipid levels without clogging pores.

Containing an abundance of vitamin E, as well as essential fatty acids and antioxidants—argan oil is deeply moisturising, anti-inflammatory and known to protect the skin from sun damage as well as scarring by supporting and strengthening skin structure. It also fights ageing by improving skin elasticity.

Acacia Senegal Gum

Harvested from the Acacia tree and commonly used as a thickening and/or binding agent. Improves product feel.

Aloe Vera Leaf

Commonly used to hydrate due to its incredible ability to retain moisture—aloe vera is rich in skin-loving nutrients and contains an estimated 75 active constituents including vitamin A, C and E—all potent antioxidants.

Its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties make it excellent for wound-healing and it works to increase collagen production in the skin—speeding up the healing process.

Australian Pink Clay

Rich in silica—which may help to improve skin strength and elasticity—this clay is cleansing, calming and firming.

Australian Red Clay

Refreshes and rejuvenates skin while also detoxifying.

Australian White Clay

Excellent for skin rejuvenation, helping to draw out toxins and firm the skin.

Avocado Oil

Intensely moisturising, avocado oil contains skin-healing fatty acids—oleic, linoleic and linolenic—as well as vitamins A, D, E, and beta-carotene. It protects skin against UV damage, promotes collagen formation and helps to nourish and calm dry, damaged or sensitive skin conditions.

Bakuchiol

Derived from the leaves and seeds of the Babchi plant, bakuchiol is a plant-derived active used traditionally in Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine to support skin health. Touted as a natural alternative to retinol—bakuchiol’s rich antioxidant profile helps to brighten and rejuvenate skin, stimulating collagen production and strengthening the skin’s extracellular matrix, fighting fine lines and wrinkles and counteracting the effects of oxidative stress.

Exhibiting anti-inflammatory effects, it has also been shown to assist in the treatment and reduction of pigmentation without any of the harsh side effects of retinol.

Basil Leaf Extract

Also known as ‘holy basil’ or ‘Tulsi’, this adaptogenic herb is rich in antioxidants and is commonly used to combat the effects of stress—both internally and externally. It is both antimicrobial and antibacterial—supporting skin healing—as well as anti-inflammatory, promoting more even skin tone and texture by fighting the ageing effects of pigmentation and reducing free radical damage caused by environmental stressors.

Bisabolol

Derived from chamomile, bisabolol calms and soothes irritated, ruddy skin. Its rich antioxidant profile makes it useful in the protection from free radical damage and oxidative stress, reducing the visual signs of ageing.

Bisabolol has also been studied clinically in terms of its benefits in lightening the skin and reducing hyperpigmentation.

Baobab Seed Oil

Native to Eastern and Western Africa and derived from the ‘Tree of Life’—baobab oil has an impressive phytochemical profile, rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory linoleic acid making it ideal for dry skin types as well as acneic skin due to its non-clogging properties.

This nourishing oil is quick to absorb and also contains up to 10 times more vitamin C than oranges—which is essential for healthy skin function and combatting the effects of ageing. Improving skin elasticity and promoting cell renewal—baobab oil also assists with collagen formation, for plumper, smoother skin.

Bamboo Stem Powder

Derived from bamboo stem, this gentle powder exfoliates the skin and clarifies, absorbing excess sebum to reveal a clearer, more radiant complexion.

Bentonite

As a powder, this gentle clay works like a sponge and helps to control excess sebum, making it excellent for oily and combination skin types. It also helps to draw impurities from the skin.

Bilberry Fruit Extract

Rich in anthocyanins—powerful antioxidants—bilberry helps to calm redness in the skin and may help to increase circulation as well as collagen formation.

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Bergamot Fruit Oil

This fragrant oil is extracted from the rind of the bergamot orange, a renowned citrus fruit that grows in southern Italy. While it’s best known for its use in earl grey tea, bergamot oil also boasts antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, making it beneficial for the treatment of acne and irritation when used in topical treatments.

Butterfly Pea Flowers

Naturally rich in potent antioxidants—specifically proanthocyanidins which give it its beautiful blue hue. These powerful compounds help to fight the effects of ageing and may also assist in reducing pigmentation.

Blueberries

A rich source of anthocyanins—which help to stimulate collagen production and reduce collagen degradation, for smoother, plumper skin. Also rich in skin-loving vitamins A, C and E which work synergistically to help protect skin from free radical damage and premature ageing.

Caviar Finger Lime Extract

Cellular extraction methods ensure the complete biochemical profile of this native Australian bio-active is harnessed. Derived from the subtropical rainforests of the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales, finger lime contains naturally high levels of fruit acids and antioxidants which both gently exfoliate the skin—reducing glycation—and provide a burst of hydration.

As a potent source of vitamin C and ferulic acid—finger lime helps to repair and rejuvenate the skin on a cellular level. With essential amino acid, tryptophan, finger lime also helps to lock moisture into the skin, restoring its Natural Moisturising Factors (NMF) and it’s this nourishing combination of nutrients which is ideal for those with sensitive, irritated or inflamed skin.

Chlorella Vulgaris Extract

Derived from seaweed, chlorella vulgaris is a microalgae rich in amino acids and oligopeptides. Helping to stimulate collagen production and firm the skin by preserving elastin, this powerful nutrient fights the effects of premature ageing; including fine lines and wrinkles.

It also corrects and reduces vascular imperfections, pigmentation and dark circles.

Coenzyme Q10

Also known as Ubiquinone, Coenzyme Q10 is a fat-soluble compound that although produced by the body, declines with age. It is praised for its powerful antioxidant effects and aside from its important role in carrying energy to our cells, it is primarily considered to be a free radical scavenger—helping to neutralise and even prevent damage caused by oxidative stress due to ageing.

When applied topically, CoQ10 assists in reducing the visible signs of ageing including fine lines, pigmentation and wrinkle depth. It also works synergistically with vitamin E to further protect cells from oxidative stress.

Commipora Mukul Resin Extract

Extracted from the oleoresin of the Guggul tree—found in Western India and the Arabic peninsula—this plant active harbours anti-inflammatory benefits. Its plumping properties assist in improving skin tone and texture—smoothing wrinkles and firming the complexion.

Chia Seed Oil

A versatile ingredient rich in omega fatty acids, making it ideal for nourishing skin and protecting it against damaging UV rays—as well as fine lines and wrinkles.

Its fatty acid content also makes it beneficial at restoring the skin’s moisture barrier, reducing trans-epidermal water loss (TWEL).

Camellia Seed Oil

Native to Japan and extracted from the camellia flower, this nourishing oil makes an excellent emollient and is a rich source of palmitic and linoleic fatty acids which help to strengthen the skin’s natural barrier. Its ability to promote and protect collagen synthesis also makes it an excellent anti-ageing agent.

Candelilla Wax

Used as a thickening agent, it helps to protect against moisture loss.

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Carnauba Wax

A natural vegetable wax, it binds easily to other compounds—particularly oils—helping to create products with creamy consistencies.

Cetearyl Alcohol

A plant-based emulsifier that helps to improve the texture of beauty products.

Cetearyl Glucoside

An emulsifying and skin-conditioning agent used to enhance skin softness and assist with skin hydration.

Cetearyl Olivate

Derived from olives and combined with cetearyl alcohol, it’s used as an emulsifier.

Cetyl Alcohol

Used as a thickening agent and emulsifier, it is derived from vegetable oils and is often used in moisturisers to help combat dry skin.

Chamomile Extract

Calming, soothing and anti-inflammatory, chamomile is used to refresh and tone the skin, reducing irritation. Its antibacterial properties also make it beneficial for oily, acne-prone skin types.

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Cocoa Seed Butter

Rich in polyphenols and fatty acids—it nourishes, hydrates and helps to seal in moisture, improving the skin’s natural protective barrier. Contains vitamin E which softens and soothes skin and is known to improve skin elasticity and skin ageing.

Coconut Oil

Contains high levels of lauric and capric acid—which are antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial. It is non-comedogenic making it suitable for oily or acne-prone skin types—and lauric acid has also been shown to kill the bacteria linked to acne.

It is regularly used to treat dry, dehydrated skin and its soothing properties are also beneficial in the treatment of eczema and irritated skin types.

Coffee Seed Extract

Extracted from the coffee bean plant and rich in polyphenols, it is excellent for wound healing, improving the production of collagen and elastin and strengthening the skin.

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Cranberry Extract

A good source of polyphenols and antioxidant vitamins A and C—which both help to combat free radical damage and the visible signs of ageing including fine lines and wrinkles, collagen degradation and hyperpigmentation.

Cranberry Fruit Extract

Naturally rich in proanthocyanidins which harbour powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits.

Cedarwood Oil

Cedarwood oil is derived from the leaves, bark and berries of the evergreen cedar tree. It contains three powerful compounds—known as cedrine, cedrol and thujopsene—which harbour antiseptic, antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties.

A natural astringent, cedarwood oil is commonly used to combat breakouts, tighten pores, balance the skin’s production of oil and fight fungal overgrowth.

Chamomile Flower Oil

One of the most well-known medicinal plants, chamomile is native to central and southern Europe and has been used as a natural remedy for thousands of years. The small, daisy-like flowers are commonly used to make a calm-inducing tea, but the oil they produce also contains wound-healing properties and has been shown to help relieve atopic dermatitis. Studies show that chamomile contains powerful plant chemicals (flavonoids) which are able to penetrate the deeper layers of the skin where they have an anti-inflammatory effect.

Calendula Petals

Often used for their skin-calming and soothing benefits—calendula contains anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties which help to promote skin-healing. Also a potent source of skin-protective antioxidants.

Coconut Chips

Contains lauric, linoleic and capric acid—which are antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial. Lauric acid has also been shown to kill the bacteria linked to acne.

As a good source of essential fatty acids, it helps to keep the skin smooth and moisturised, improving its natural barrier function.

Cardamom Pods

May improve blood flow and circulation—which helps to promote skin rejuvenation and renewal. Also contains vitamins A, B and C.

Davidson Plum Fruit Extract

This native Australian bio-active is also known as Ooray and is a rich source of phytonutrients—including anthocyanins—which harbour powerful antioxidant benefits, encouraging cellular turnover and protecting the skin from the ageing effects of oxidative stress.

It is an excellent source of vitamin E and zinc which are both essential for healthy, radiant skin and its free radical-scavenging abilities provide incredible anti-ageing benefits—helping to preserve collagen, brightening and firming the skin while also reducing the visible effects of UV damage.

Desert Lime Fruit Extract

Delivering stable and bioavailable vitamin C, this Australian native bio-active contains tiny juice pearls which support collagen synthesis, skin brightening, wrinkle reduction and hydration. As a powerful antioxidant, its anti-inflammatory properties also assist with skin repair and healing.

Decyl Glucoside

A natural, gentle, glucose-based surfactant used in foaming and/or cleansing products. Used often in products intended for sensitive skin types.

DHA

Dihydroxyacetone is used in tanning products—with higher concentrations of DHA contributing to darker staining of the skin.

Diatomaceous Earth

Extracted from the earth and is largely made up of silica. Used topically as a gentle exfoliant to slough away dead skin cells and when taken internally it may help to improve the health of skin, hair and nails.

Emu Apple Fruit Extract

A native Australian extract (Kunzea pomifera) which contains 9 phytoactive compounds. As a powerful antioxidant, it nourishes and protects the skin from free radical damage and oxidative stress associated with ageing—supporting collagen synthesis and skin hydration. It also may help to reduce dark circles and puffiness around the eyes.

Eco (Sodium Anisate, Sodium Levulinate)

Contains antimicrobial, plant-derived acids which help to improve product performance. Hydrating and conditioning.

Ecogel

Natural emulsifying agent used to thicken and stabilise creams and gels.

Flame Tree Flower Extract

Identifiable by its bright red bell-shaped flowers, the Flame Tree is also known as the ‘Kurrajong’ and is packed with powerful, bioavailable actives. Its potent antioxidant profile helps to support collagen production and fight the visible signs of ageing—brightening the skin and assisting with hydration.

Gatuline Expression

A targeted anti-wrinkle ingredient designed to relax facial muscles and limit the micro-contractions that can aggravate and lead to deeper facial wrinkles.

Ginseng Root Extract

Used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine, it is a potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. Improves skin tone and texture, supporting collagen synthesis and reducing the appearance of wrinkles, while also brightening the skin and protecting against UV-induced skin damage.

Green Tea Extract

Rich in polyphenols—specifically catechins—green tea helps to protect and repair the skin from the damaging and ageing effects of free radicals.

Contains Methylxanthines—compounds which are anti-inflammatory and help to reduce redness and irritation in the skin—and also inhibits collagenase, the enzyme that breaks down collagen. Improves skin elasticity, moisturisation and may also assist in repairing the effects of skin damage and ageing caused by sun exposure and other environmental factors.

Glycerin

A common humectant and emollient extracted from vegetable oils—and very useful for helping the skin to lock in and retain moisture. Its antimicrobial properties also help to protect skin from pathogens.

Glyceryl Caprylate

Derived from glycerin and plant-based fatty acids, this super hydrating and moisturising emollient also exhibits antimicrobial properties making it useful in the treatment of acne.

Glyceryl Stearate Citrate

Used as a lubricant and derived from vegetable oils—it helps to give the skin a soft, smooth appearance.

Green Tea Leaf Extract

Rich in polyphenols—specifically catechins—green tea helps to protect and repair the skin from the damaging and ageing effects of free radicals.

Contains Methylxanthines—compounds which are anti-inflammatory and help to reduce redness and irritation in the skin—and also inhibits collagenase, the enzyme that breaks down collagen. Improves skin elasticity, moisturisation and may also assist in repairing the effects of skin damage and ageing caused by sun exposure and other environmental factors.

Goji Berries

A rich source of carotenoids, goji berries have been used in traditional Chinese healing modalities for centuries. Their incredible antioxidant profile helps to promote skin health and rejuvenation by helping to combat oxidative stress which can contribute to skin ageing.

Gotu Kola

The terpenoids in gotu kola assist in the production of collagen—firming and tightening the skin. It is also an adaptogenic herb that has been commonly used in Indian traditions to prevent skin ageing.

Ginger Root

Boasting anti-oxidative, antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory benefits, ginger is also loaded with antioxidants that help to support skin health and fight the effects of ageing.

Hyaluronic Acid

With the ability to hold 1000 times its weight in water, this powerful humectant binds to water in the cells, helping to boost hydration and replenish moisture in the skin.

Although naturally produced by the body, hyaluronic acid declines as we age—leading to dehydration, fine lines and wrinkles. It is extremely moisturising and improves skin firmness and elasticity, resulting in a plumper, smoother complexion.

Hibiscus Petals

Possessing significant antioxidant benefits, hibiscus promotes wound-healing and is anti-ageing. As a good source of vitamin C, hibiscus helps to promote collagen synthesis and slow its degradation. The anthocyanins which give it its beautiful hue also help to reduce oxidative stress—helping to protect against skin ageing.

Isoamyl Laurate

An organic compound derived from plants used as an emulsifier. Usually colourless or clear, it conditions, leaving skin feeling smooth and velvety.

Jojoba Esters

Also known as jojoba beads, these spherical beads are used to gently scrub and exfoliate the skin—without the harshness of synthetic exfoliants. Helps to remove dead skin cells and promote cell renewal.

Jojoba Seed Oil

A liquid wax very similar to our skin’s natural sebum—it penetrates easily and is a natural humectant, helping to hydrate the skin and lock in moisture. Rich in skin-nourishing vitamin E, jojoba seed oil also fights oxidative stress—helping to firm skin and prevent fine lines and wrinkles. It also may assist with collagen production.

Jasmine Green Tea

Loaded with polyphenols which help to fight free radicals, combatting oxidative stress and the signs of premature ageing.

Juniper Berries

Exhibits powerful antibacterial and anti-inflammatory benefits and is an excellent detoxifier—helping to promote clearer, more radiant skin.

Kakadu Plum Extract

As the world’s most potent and pure source of vitamin C, this antioxidant is a free radical scavenger that boosts skin radiance by neutralising free radicals that cause skin damage.

With an impressive polyphenol profile—including gallic and ellagic acids—Kakadu Plum Extract also helps to support collagen synthesis, plumping the skin and improving the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Its natural antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties may calm inflamed, irritated skin while also brightening the complexion and combatting hyperpigmentation.

Kangaroo Paw Flower / Leaf Extract

Known to assist with skin repair and hydration, this bio-active contains ferulic and hydroxycinnamic acids which boast potent free radical scavenging abilities. Ferulic acid also supports skin integrity, protecting the skin against photoageing.

Kakadu Plum Oil

Also known as Billygoat Plum or Gubinge, this nourishing oil contains incredible levels of vitamin C—six times the polyphenols and more than 13 times the antioxidant activity than blueberries—making it an anti-ageing powerhouse!

Given that vitamin C is so essential for skin health, this nourishing oil helps to promote collagen production and encourage cellular renewal, protecting the skin from free radical damage and pigmentation.

L22

A collection of botanically-sourced lipids which work to support the skin’s protective barrier function—improving skin firmness and elasticity as well as hydration.

Leucidal / Leucidol Sf

This antimicrobial probiotic strain helps to rebalance and restore the skin’s delicate PH while also reducing inflammation and hydrating the skin.

Licorice Root Extract

As a potent antioxidant, licorice root extract possesses anti-inflammatory properties which are shown to help improve skin healing. It is also considered to be nature’s skin brightener—possessing compounds which may lighten the skin and combat pigmentation.

Lilly Pilly Fruit Extract

Also known as Riberry, this plant-derived extract is a rich source of vitamin C—essential for skin health—and assists with skin repair. Widely used to brighten the complexion and reduce pigmentation associated with ageing. Also supports collagen production, firming and smoothing the skin’s surface.

Lactic Acid

An alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA)—lactic acid is a natural exfoliant and used commonly to treat pigmentation and uneven skin tones. It is gentler than other AHAs however, so is suitable for more sensitive skin types and is antioxidant, meaning it may help to slow collagen degradation in the skin.

Lavender Flower Water

Used as a toner, it is calming and contains antibacterial properties making it suitable for sensitive and acne-prone skin types.

Lavender Oil

Used in ancient times as a perfume, lavender oil is now a common skincare staple. Native to the Mediterranean, the oil of this fragrant flower is well-loved for its ability to soothe the nervous system and promote feelings of calm—but its benefits aren’t limited to stress relief. When applied topically, lavender has been shown to reduce inflammation and speed up wound-healing. Containing an abundance of antioxidants, lavender oil also protects against free radical damage—one of the main causes of premature ageing—and helps to reduce hyperpigmentation and calm redness.

Lemon Myrtle Oil

Native to the east coast of Australia, this flowering shrub has been used and enjoyed by Aboriginal people for thousands of years. A prized bush food and powerful plant remedy, lemon myrtle oil is the world’s richest natural source of citral, a chemical compound known for its ability to modulate the immune system and reduce inflammation. When used in topical treatments, lemon myrtle oil has been shown to shrink and tighten pores, reduce redness and combat acne, thanks to its powerful astringent and antibacterial properties.

Lime Oil

Derived from the common green citrus fruit, this energising and invigorating oil is a natural astringent and is commonly used to manage congestion and regulate sebum production.

Thought to have originated in India, limes are known to be both stimulating and cooling, according to Ayurvedic medicine. The fruit’s oil has also been shown to reduce inflammation—a common cause of skin redness and rashes—by inhibiting the production of pro-inflammatory proteins, known as cytokines.

Lemon Grass

Rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds, lemongrass also contains antibacterial compounds which may be useful in the treatment of pathogens. It is also loaded with vitamin C—essential for healthy skin function and collagen synthesis.

Liquorice Root

Used for centuries across many ancient traditions—liquorice contains over 300 active compounds including glycyrrhizin which is high in antioxidants and helps to combat oxidative stress. Another active constituent—glabridin—has been shown to improve skin tone and texture by combatting pigmentation.

Maritech Bright

Derived from wild grown Fucus vesiculosus seaweed, this active
contains 90% of fucoidan-polyphenol complex—a powerful skin brightener, with potent antioxidant benefits, enhancing skin radiance and combatting pigmentation, reducing the appearance of age spots.

Maritech Reverse

A fucoidan extract that possesses skin-protective and anti-ageing benefits. Derived from wild Undaria pinnatifida seaweed and hand-harvested, this nourishing active reduces wrinkles depth, improves skin firmness and elasticity and protects against free radical damage, glycation and dehydration due to UV damage.

Impedes skin breakdown while preserving natural collagen to enhance overall skin appearance by up to 68%, while also improving skin elasticity by up to 67%.

Mountain Pepper Leaf Extract

A native Australian bio-active that boasts incredible anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits. Particularly high in phenolic compounds as well as anthocyanins—this extract has the capacity to directly target and scavenge free radicals, helping to strengthen and protect the skin from collagen degradation and ageing.

Mango Seed Butter

Naturally rich in fatty acids—particularly omega 6 or linoleic acid—which helps to deeply nourish the skin and combat inflammation. It has also been used to help promote wound healing.

Marula Seed Oil

Native to Southern Africa and extracted from the kernels of the Marula Tree, this oil contains fatty acids and antioxidants—including vitamins E and C—which are essential for the maintenance of healthy skin and work to prevent free radical damage.

Its lightweight and non-greasy texture also make it an excellent moisturiser as it absorbs easily—promoting smoother, more hydrated skin.

Macadamia Seed Oil

This rich golden oil is derived from the nut of the macadamia tree, an indigenous Australian plant species that has been used as a bushfood by Aboriginal people for thousands of years.

Rich in palmitoleic acid, a type of omega-7 monounsaturated fatty acid that helps to keep the skin hydrated—macadamia oil boasts anti-inflammatory properties. It also contains vitamin E, a powerful antioxidant that has been shown to reduce the effects of sun damage and protect against cellular ageing—as well as squalene—which helps to keep the skin moisturised and healthy.

Magnesium Chloride

A common dietary supplement, this naturally occurring mineral is commonly harvested from saltwater lakes using a process known as solar evaporation. A cofactor for more than 300 enzymatic reactions in the body, magnesium has been shown to reduce inflammatory-markers, improve sleep quality and decrease pain and swelling.

When used topically, it may possess the ability to pass into the lymphatic system and enter into the circulatory system and is often used to help soothe itchy or irritated skin.

Matcha Green Tea

Prized for its incomparable nutrient profile, this traditional Japanese tea powder is cultivated using the shade-grown leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant. When compared with standard green tea, matcha contains higher levels of l-theanine, antioxidants and chlorophyll, which gives the powder its vibrant green colour.

Studies show that the naturally occurring plant compounds (polyphenols) in matcha powder have an anti-inflammatory action on the skin. It detoxifies—making it a great ingredient for acne and ageing skin—and also fights free radical damage caused by UV damage.

Mandarin Peel Oil

The sweetest and mildest fruit belonging to the citrus family, mandarin peel oil is known to have broad-spectrum antibacterial and antifungal actions that inhibit the development of pathogenic bacteria and fungi on the skin’s surface.

Believed to have originated in Southeast Asia, mandarins were traditionally used in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine to support the digestive and respiratory systems. The oil, which is extracted from the peel by steam distillation, may help to improve skin cell renewal, minimise the appearance of pores and combat skin infections, thanks to its astringent and antibacterial properties.

Marjoram Leaf Oil

Similar to oregano in smell and taste, this aromatic herb belongs to the mint family and is native to the Mediterreanean, North Africa and western Asia. It is rich in skin-protective compounds—like carvacrol—which have a high antioxidant activity, and as such, may help to reduce inflammation by neutralising the unstable molecules and atoms (also known as free radicals) responsible for cellular damage—improving dull or lacklustre complexions. Marjoram has been proven effective against pathogenic bacteria and is commonly used to treat fungal skin infections.

Neroli Flower Oil

Derived from the blossoms of the bitter orange tree—which is native to the foothills of the Himalayas—neroli flower oil is best known for its use in perfumery. It has a rich floral scent that, when inhaled, may help to reduce stress and anxiety by triggering the release of serotonin. Thanks to the anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial components that it contains, neroli flower oil may also help to combat breakouts, reduce skin irritation and improve skin elasticity.

Orange Peel

Contains high levels of vitamin C and polyphenols—essential for radiant skin—orange peel is also a source of provitamin A which is said to help slow skin ageing and protect against UV damage.

Papaya Fruit Extract

A powerful plant active renowned for its abilities to refresh and repair skin. Rich in proteolytic enzymes, it exfoliates and moisturises the skin—encouraging cellular turnover and helping to repair damaged, pigmented skin.

High levels of antioxidants—including vitamin A and vitamin C—also work synergistically to protect the skin from free radical damage, preserving the skin’s natural barrier function and helping to prevent premature ageing.

Pomegranate Fruit Extract

With a rich antioxidant profile and containing high levels of ellagic acid and anthocyanins, pomegranate fruit extract promotes deep skin healing. With anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, it regenerates the skin and stimulates blood flow, helping to promote anti-ageing activity and even protecting skin cells from oxidative stress caused by UVB.

Prorenew Complex Clr

Helps to rebalance the skin’s delicate microbiome and speed up cell renewal. It also works to preserve and protect the skin’s natural barrier function, strengthening it against environmental stressors.

Pomegranate Seed Oil

Pressed from the seeds of one of the most antioxidant-rich fruits in the world, pomegranate seed oil has a plethora of skin benefits due to its polyphenol content. Containing skin-protective vitamin C and ellagic acid, it protects against sun damage and collagen degradation, preserving skin firmness and elasticity.

It’s also anti-inflammatory so is used to soothe irritated or sensitive skin types and may even help reduce the appearance of skin damage and scarring.

Pink Himalayan Salt

Sourced from the oldest salt mines in Pakistan, Pink Himalayan salt gets its colour from the trace amounts of iron that it contains. Like regular table salt, Pink Himalayan salt is mostly made up of sodium chloride, however, it also contains a wide range of minerals— including magnesium—as well as trace elements. While it’s most widely known for its use as condiment, this rose-hued salt is commonly used in salt baths to soothe sore muscles and improve skin health.

Polyglyceryl-10 Laurate

This plant-derived chemical compound (also known as an ester) is formed when lauric acid and polyglycerin-10 react with one another.


Polyglycerin-10 Laurate functions as an emulsifier, keeping the water and oil-based components of skincare formulas together, while also boasting skin-softening properties.

Propanediol

Derived from corn sugar, this thick colourless liquid mixes easily with water and has an emollient effect when used in topical formulas. It also acts as a humectant, helping to draw moisture into the skin.

Pumpkin Seed Oil

This rich, dark oil is derived from the nutrient-packed seeds of the pumpkin, a popular fruit that is believed to have originated in Central America. In addition to magnesium, zinc and potassium, pumpkin seed oil also contains essential fatty acids—like linoleic acid (omega-6) and linolenic acid (omega-3)—which help to maintain a healthy skin barrier, soothe inflammation and reduce redness. The presence of vitamin E, a powerful antioxidant, also helps to scavenge free radicals and reduce the damage caused by UV radiation.

Palmarosa Oil

This soothing, rose-scented oil is derived from a herbaceous and fast-growing variety of grass native to Southeast Asia.

Also known as Indian geranium, palmarosa oil possesses more powerful antibacterial properties than other essential oils, such as lavender and evening primrose, and as such, is commonly used to rejuvenate and fight the presence of pathogenic bacteria on the surface of the skin—making it an excellent tool in the treatment of bacterial acne.

Peppermint Oil

Best known for its use in sweets, tisanes and healing balms, this well-known perennial herb is a hybrid between watermint and spearmint. Cultivated around the world, peppermint oil has a cooling and soothing effect on the skin and has been shown to reduce itching and irritation when applied topically. Boasting antibacterial and antiseptic properties, peppermint oil may help to reduce the prevalence of acne-promoting bacteria and promote healthy hair growth.

Peru Balsam Oil

This sweet and woody oil is derived from the balsam (sap) or the Myroxylon balsamum tree. Native to El Salvador, it is commonly used to help treat minor cuts and abrasions and reduce skin dryness. With warming notes of vanilla and cinnamon, peru balsam oil is commonly used in perfumery and aromatherapy.

Petitgrain Oil

Like neroli flower oil, petitgrain is derived from the bitter orange tree which is native to the foothills of the Himalayas. However, it is produced using the tree’s leaves and stems—not its blossoms—which gives the oil a woodier scent and a superior antioxidant profile. Studies show that petitgrain is a powerful scavenger of free radicals and also possesses antibacterial properties, making it an effective complexion-boosting ingredient.

Pink Grapefruit Peel Oil

Grapefruit is believed to have originated in Barbados as hybrid between the pomelo and the common sweet orange. The pink grapefruit is a natural mutation, known to be milder and sweeter than other varieties. The oil is derived from the peel of the fruit using a method known as cold-pressing. It boasts a refreshing and energising scent that, when inhaled, may be beneficial for those suffering from anxiety. Possessing potent antimicrobial and antibacterial effects, pink grapefruit oil also has an impressive ability to combat unfriendly bacteria, making it a popular choice for people suffering from acne.

Quandong Fruit Extract

A powerful Australian native rich in fruit acids and antioxidants that harbours anti-inflammatory and skin-healing benefits—reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, while also combatting pigmentation and redness.

It also contains bioflavonoid rutin that is said to help boost circulation and strengthen capillaries—which may reduce the appearance of dark eye circles. With twice the vitamin C than oranges, quandong is an anti-ageing powerhouse.

Rumex Extract

Derived from Field Dock—a plant native to Canadian prairies—rumex is used to treat hyperpigmentation by inhibiting the enzyme which causes the development of pigmentation in skin. The result is a more even skin tone.

Raspberry Seed Oil

Proven for its anti-inflammatory abilities, raspberry seed oil may help to soothe inflammatory skin conditions. Rich in linoleic acid, essential fatty acids and antioxidants such as vitamin A and vitamin E—it’s also deeply nourishing for the skin and assists in reducing the visible signs of ageing such as fine lines and wrinkles by helping to promote collagen synthesis and fight free radical damage.

Rosehip Seed Oil

Famed as one of the best anti-ageing ingredients, rosehip seed oil helps to repair and rejuvenate skin. Containing high levels of essential fatty acids—including oleic, linoleic and linolenic—it also contains vitamins A and C which are both vital for the maintenance of normal, healthy skin and collagen production.

With lycopene and beta carotene, rosehip seed oil may assist in lightening skin pigmentation—while this anti-ageing powerhouse has also been shown to inhibit the creation of MMP-1 which is the enzyme that breaks down collagen in the body.

Rose Flower Water

With a rich history of use in beauty products, food and drinks, this fragrant liquid is produced by distilling rose petals with steam. It is thought to have originated in Iran, where it was used for thousands of years as a medicine. Boasting powerful anti-inflammatory properties, rose flower water has been shown to inhibit the enzymes that break down collagen and elastin, thereby reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It also helps to reduce redness and calm the complexion.

Rosemary Leaf Extract

This powerful plant extract has been shown to suppress the activity of Propionibacterium acnes, a pathogenic bacterium that inhabits the surface of the skin and is linked to the development of acne. It is also a potent antioxidant that helps to protect the skin from the damaging effects of free radicals. Unlike rosemary oil, rosemary leaf extract contains a lower level of volatile fragrance compounds, making it gentler on the skin.

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Rose Geranium Flower Oil

Famed for its sweet floral scent, rose geranium flower oil has traditionally been used as a natural anti-inflammatory medicine in South Africa, where the species originated. Potent and antioxidant-rich, this fragrant oil helps to reduce oxidative stress and protect the skin from environmental damage by neutralising free radicals and promoting healthy cells. Rose geranium flower oil also helps to soothe the skin and minimise signs of premature ageing—brightening the skin, fading blemishes and rejuvenating the complexion.

Rose Essential Oil

Floral, fragrant and soothing, this valuable oil is derived from the delicate flower petals of the rosa damascena plant, which originated in Damascus, Syria. The oil is extracted using a method known as steam distillation and has an array of skin-loving benefits. With mild astringent properties, rose oil is popular among people with oily skin, while its antioxidant content makes it an excellent choice for reducing inflammation, soothing redness and balancing the complexion. As a natural source of skin-loving vitamin A, it also helps to fight the effects of ageing—helping to moisturise and rejuvenate the skin.

Studies also show that rose essential oil promotes relaxation and reduces anxiety, making it a calming addition to your skincare routine.

Rosehip Granules

Rich in healthy fats, rosehip granules help to protect skin from inflammation caused by inflammation due to external stressors—such as UV rays and pollution. They improve skin hydration, firmness and elasticity and as a good source of vitamin C—they help to promote collagen synthesis and cellular turnover—helping to slow the visible effects of ageing.

Rooibos Tea

Also known as red bush tea and grown on the West Coast of South Africa—this fragrant tea is rich in powerful antioxidants which helps to protect the body from the effects of free radical damage. It also contains alpha hydroxy acid and zinc—which promote healthier skin.

Red Rose

Naturally anti-inflammatory, it helps to reduce redness. It is also a good source of vitamins E and C—essential for healthy, radiant skin.

Squalane

Used to boost hydration and fight free radicals, squalane is extracted from olives and behaves like squalene—which is naturally produced by the body, but declines as we age.

Its antioxidant compounds help to protect the skin from oxidative damage—caused by environmental factors—and boost collagen synthesis, for smoother, more youthful-looking skin.

Sandalwood Seed Kernel Oil

Derived from a tree native to semi-arid areas at the edge of Southwest Australia and traditionally used as an essential oil—sandalwood seed kernel oil is now used in skincare for its hydrating, anti-ageing and skin-soothing benefits. Containing a complex profile of omega essential fatty acids, it helps to target fine lines and wrinkles, strengthen and protect the skin’s delicate barrier function and support skin hydration. Often used as a skin-soother and astringent.

Sea Buckthorn Oil

Popular in both Ayurvedic and Chinese modalities, sea buckthorn oil is a potent antioxidant containing an estimated 190 bio-actives and an impressive collection of skin-loving vitamins and minerals.

It fights free radicals and ageing, supports skin healing and regeneration, reduces the appearance of pigmentation and scarring, improves skin firmness and elasticity and also helps reduce trans-epidermal water loss (TWEL).

Shea Butter

This cream-coloured, butter-like substance is derived from the nut of the shea tree, which is native to West Africa.

Studies show that it possesses powerful anti-inflammatory properties and may even be effective in the treatment of eczema. Containing a range of skin-protective antioxidants—including vitamin A and E—shea butter helps to fight oxidative stress and promote the growth of healthy skin cells. It also contains a high concentration of essential fatty acids, which help to soften the skin, improve skin barrier function and collagen synthesis and lock moisture into the epidermis.

Shea Oil

Derived from shea butter, this nutritive oil contains an abundance of essential fatty acids—including stearic, linoleic, palmitic and oleic— that play a vital role in the function of the skin barrier.

When applied topically, essential fatty acids may help to reduce transepidermal moisture loss, reduce the hyperpigmentation that occurs as a result of UV exposure and improve skin tone and texture. Shea oil has a moisturising and softening effect on the skin and may help to reduce inflammation and redness.

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Sodium Stearoyl Lactylate

Derived from lactic acid and stearic acid, this emulsifying ingredient is used to enhance the texture of a product and has a moisturising effect on the skin.

Solar Gum / Sola Gum

A natural, water-soluble ingredient that is derived from a combination of xanthan gum and acacia gum. Sola gum acts as a thickening agent and has a moisturising effect on the skin.

Sorbitan Olivate, Cetearyl Olivate

This natural emulsifier is derived from olive oil and is used to bind ingredients together, creating a light and silky texture. Its composition of essential fatty acids is similar to that of the skin’s surface, making it a powerful moisturising agent.

Sweet Almond Oil

Traditionally used in Ayurvedic and Chinese Medicine to soften the skin, combat dryness and reduce scarring, sweet almond oil is a popular ingredient in many topical formulations.

Containing vitamin A and E, this nutty oil may help to promote cellular turnover, reduce the damage caused by UV radiation and fight signs of ageing. It also contains omega-3 fatty acids, which help to regulate the production of sebum and increase skin hydration levels.

Sandalwood Oil

Derived from one of the most valuable trees in the world, this highly-coveted oil is widely used in both Ayurvedic and Traditional Chinese Medicine to treat a range of health issues. While Indian sandalwood is the most well-known of the species, Australian sandalwood is also prized for its skin-supportive properties. Studies show that the cells that form the outermost layer of the skin possess olfactory (smell) receptors for sandalwood which, when activated, promote cell regeneration and support wound healing.

With a warm and woody scent, sandalwood oil may also prove beneficial in reducing anxiety levels and increasing alertness.

Sweet Orange Peel Oil

Extracted from the rind of the sweet orange fruit, this zesty oil is antibacterial in nature and has been found to improve the rate of healing in acne lesions when used in topical formulations. It is commonly used to boost skin brightness and energise the complexion.

Thought to be native to China, sweet orange oil was traditionally used in Chinese Medicine to treat congestion, but is now grown and produced around the world.

Turmeric Root Extract / Powder

Used traditionally in Ayurveda, turmeric root is a potent anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and antioxidant. When used topically, it may provide therapeutic benefits—reducing scarring and improving wound healing, while also soothing inflammatory skin conditions such as acne and psoriasis.

Tamanu Seed Oil

Used in anti-ageing skincare, it is rich in skin-moisturising fatty acids as well as antioxidants which scavenge free radicals, helping to reduce fine lines and wrinkles.

It is also used as an anti-inflammatory, promoting skin healing and rejuvenation.

Titanium Dioxide

This white, light-refracting mineral occurs naturally within the earth’s crust and is often used in beauty products for its brightening and highlighting effect. It also acts as a UV filter.

Turmeric Chips

Known for its anti-inflammatory compounds, turmeric helps to calm skin and reduce scarring due to acne. Turmeric is also rich in antioxidants and may help to reduce hyperpigmentation and brighten skin—for a glowier complexion.

Vitamin C

Essential for normal skin function, vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant which helps to fight the effects of ageing. Promotes a more even skin tone by protecting the skin from oxidative stress—lightening and brightening the skin, while reducing hyperpigmentation. It also works to support collagen production and protect against sun damage—reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Vanilla Extract

Intense, sweet and aromatic, this amber-coloured liquid is produced using the pods of the Vanilla planifolia plant, a member of the orchid family which is native to parts of Guatemala and Mexico. It is produced by steeping and percolating the pods in a combination of alcohol and water. Its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties are due to the presence of the chemical compound vanillin.

Vitamin E

This powerful fat-soluble vitamin is a highly-efficient antioxidant that limits the production of free radicals, the unstable molecules that cause cellular damage. It also boasts photoprotective properties and may protect the skin from the damaging effects of UV-exposure. Vitamin E is commonly used in topical formulations for its soothing, anti-inflammatory effects.

Waratah Flower / Leaf Extract

A rich source of phytonutrients, this Australian bio-active helps to calm red complexions and soothe sensitivity.

Xanthan Gum

Xanthan gum is a natural thickening agent that is used to bind together the different ingredients in a formula, thereby improving its texture. It is safe for use in topical formulations, as well as food products.

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Yellow Australian Clay

Natural clays possess antibacterial properties and have been used throughout history to heal skin infections and assist with wound healing. Commonly found in powdered form, Yellow Australian clay is a gentle, mild variety that is suitable for all skin types. It works by drawing impurities out of the skin, removing excess oil and clearing dead skin cells, thereby refreshing, refining and smoothing the complexion.

Ylang Ylang Flower Oil

Derived from the yellow flowers of the Cananga tree—which grows natively in countries surrounding the Indian ocean, including Indonesion and Australia— ylang ylang oil has long been used as a traditional plant medicine for the treatment of eczema and dermatitis. When used topically, this aromatic oil may also help to reduce hyperpigmentation and support the health of the skin and scalp—hydrating, conditioning and soothing.

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