It’s the fragrance you instantly recognise.
The sweet, bold punch with a camphorous, woody undertone. Australian rainforests after the rain, when every dewdrop is scented with the minty tang of eucalypt.
The oil contains antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties and may act as a powerful antioxidant, while its heating energy may help soothe aches and pains.
High in antioxidants
Helps treat dry skin
Aloe Barbadensis Miller
A lily of the desert.
So rich in minerals and vitamins that this thorny succulent has enchanted the medical community for millennia.
Rich in antioxidants such as Vitamins A, C, and E, aloe vera soothes and hydrates, locking in moisture for healthy and glowing skin.
The bright clusters of white blossoms encapsulate the fresh and vibrant essence of lemon myrtle. A mood boosting fragrance. An energiser. An intense burst of pure citrusy goodness.
Lemon myrtle oil contains a heroic level of citral (80-96%) and is also high in calcium, zinc, magnesium, Vitamins A and E, and antioxidants. The result? A germ-busting medicinal wonder that purifies, revitalises, and soothes the skin.
The miracle tree.
Neem is a tropical mahogany tree so rich in medicinal properties, from the scaly bark to the honey-scented flowers, that it has been revered for over 2,000 years.
Oleic and linoleic acid within the oil deeply moisturise the epidermis and help revitalise the tissue. Neem oil may also help soothe and cool the skin, prevent signs of ageing, promote elasticity, and give your skin a natural radiance.
Gentle for sensitive skin