Simple, Clean Ingredients

Citrus Limetta (Cold Pressed Lime) essential oil

Lime essential oil has antiseptic properties, which can help to fight and protect against infections and work as a disinfectant.  This essential oil also helps to prevent signs of aging by toning the muscles, tissues, and skin, as well as preventing the ageing symptoms such as wrinkles,  age spots and muscle weakness.  

Citrus Aurantium Dulcis Peel (Orange) essential oil

Orange essential oil is antiseptic and anti-inflammatory which makes it an ideal ingredient for your skin and hair routine. This oil isn't just for acne-prone skin though: It's been shown to increase the ability to absorb vitamin C, collagen production, and blood flow, all of which are essential for anti-ageing.   


Cinnamon is one of the most popular spices in flavouring and medicinal uses. The main components of cinnamon bark are tannins and essential oil which mainly contains cinnamaldehyde. The health benefits of the cinnamon stem from its antibacterial, anti-fungal, anti-microbial, astringent, and anti-clotting properties. The spice is rich in essential minerals such as manganese, iron, and calcium, while also having a high content of fiber. 

Actinidia Chinensis (Kiwifruit) extract

Kiwifruit extract is an excellent source of vitamin C. Because of its antioxidant property, kiwi fruit extract has anti-ageing and wound healing activity. It's activities also include trans-epidermal water loss regulating, collagen synthesis, cell regeneration stimulating, whitening and activity on the hair shaft. 

Kiwifruit extract is also a good source of vitamin E, another antioxidant that can help you achieve great skin by fighting against the formation of free radicals.

Cuminum Cyminum (Cumin) seed essential oil

Cumin seed essential oil is known for its warm and nutty smell. The oil has benefits of hydrating, soothing and smoothing the skin when used topically, as well as helping to minimise blemishes and promote the skins overall complexion. 


Aloe Barbadensis leaf juice

Aloe vera is often used to treat skin lesions because of its emollient and soothing actions, which are mainly due to its mucilage content. Mucilages are hygroscopic – they absorb and retain water under certain conditions – a property that makes them useful moisturising agents. Aloe vera provides wound healing and anti-inflammatory properties that reduce skin inflammation.


Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) oil

The Cocos Nucifera oil or coconut oil is rich in fatty acids, anti-oxidants, and vitamins that actively fight the free radicals that cause damage. It contains 90% saturated triglycerides. Fatty acid content is in its hydrogenated form. The oil also contains essential simple esters, inorganic and sulfated salts, and fatty alcohols. The esters and salts have profiles similar to oil in its hydrogenated forms.

It’s packed with rich fatty acids, vitamins, and antioxidants which help fight damage-causing free-radicals. Also, coconut oil molecules are quite small which helps with the absorption of amazing conditioning and moisturizing benefits.


Prunis Amygdalus Dulcis (Almond) oil

Almond oil helps to keep your skin cells healthy, protects your skin from UV radiation damage, and helps your skin to look smooth, soft and line-free. The fatty acids help your skin to retain moisture and can help to help chapped and irritated skin. May also assist with minimising acne. 

Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea) leaf extract

Green Tea Extract is derived from the leaves of Camellia sinensis. It contains anti-oxidant ingredients, mainly green tea catechins. Green tea and its derivatives are sometimes used as dietary supplements and in alternative medicine. It is also good for eliminating free radicals, anti-aging, anti-bacterium, and radioresistance.

Menthe Spicata (Spearmint) essential oil

Spearmint essential oil is an antifungal and antiseptic oil. The oil helps to reduce the signs of skin imperfections, wrinkles, and discoloration. It is also a great stress relief oil, used to help ease headaches and tension. 

Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) butter

Shea butter is well known for its healing properties. In addition to this, it works as a great natural moisturiser, helps to minimise the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and also helps to soothe dehydrated, irritated, skin. This is a great natural healer for eczema and psoriasis sufferers. 

Carthamus Tinctorius (Safflower) seed oil

Safflower seed oil is a natural hydrating oil, which aids in promoting healthy, glowing skin. It also assists in soothing dry, rough skin, whilst also being a natural oil and dirt remover.

Sea Salt

Sea Salt works as a natural exfoliator, helping to promote smooth, soft skin. It is a natural detoxifier, and will also help get rid of dead skin cells.