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Our Australian Botanicals

Our Australian Aborigines are considered to be one of the most ancient races in the world dating back over 50,000 years, and have lived off the land utilising the resources of  our unique native plants for food, medicine and healing.

Our botanical ingredients are sourced from organically grown Australian indigenous natives and naturalised plant extracts to enhance the therapeutic effects on your skin and hair health.

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Native Quandong

Quandong also known as desert peach is well known amongst Aboriginal Australians both for its usefulness in treating skin and scalp conditions, and as a bush food. The bark and roots contain anti bacterial properties, and the kernel oil has a soothing, anti inflammatory effect on the skin.

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Kakadu Plum

Kakadu Plum, a native of  Australia is the richest natural source of Vitamin C known to man. Vitamin C, or ascorbic acid, is a potent anti-oxidant for skin care and also stimulates production of Collagen and Elastin, both vital to healthy human skin.

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Lilly Pilly

Lilly Pilly is an Australian rainforest plant native to Australia. Prized amongst Aboriginal Australians for its healing properties, Lilly Pilly is another rich source of Vitamin C. It also acts as a firming astringent and contains fruit acids which help exfoliate the skin.

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Macadamia Nut

Oil from Macadamia nuts is highly valued for its remarkable ability to soften the skin. Its properties are similar to human sebum, the skin’s natural lubricant, produced by sebaceous glands. Absorbed rapidly by the skin with a pronounced soothing, softening, moisturising effect.

Davidson Plum

Davidson Plum

Native to our Australian rainforests, Davidson Plum contains an exciting range of phyto-active compounds, identified as naturally beneficial solutions to anti-aging, wrinkle prevention reducing UV damage, anti-acne, collagen support, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant applications in skincare.

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Desert Lime

The Australian indigenous native desert lime is a potent source of natural, stable and active bio-available Vitamin C. With 9 phyto-active compounds, this extract is gaining worldwide attention with skin applications for hydration, collagen synthesis, wrinkle reduction and anti-aging.

Finger Lime

Finger lime caviar extract releases a massive range of potent phyto-active compounds including high levels of vitamin C into the skin. Finger Lime seeds help to heal acne, premature skin aging caused by too much sun and helps with uneven skin pigmentation. The fruit is harvested from rainforests native to  Australia.

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Eucalyptus Oil

Australian indigenous Aboriginals used eucalyptus leaf infusions containing eucalyptus oil for its potent traditional medicinal properties. Effective and soothing especially on problematic skin with strong anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory compounds.

Fragonia Flower

Fragonia oil is best known for its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory nature. Another indigenous essential oil derived from the flowers of the Fragonia plant from Western Australia, similar medicinal qualities to tea tree.

Melaleuca Oil

Melaleuca oil is derived from the weeping paperbark tree widespread in northern Australia. Also known as tea tree as the indigenous Australians of eastern Australia used the leaves to prepare medicinal healing tea.

Pepper Leaf

Commonly known as Tasmanian pepper berry, is a shrub native to woodlands and cool temperate rainforest of south-eastern Australia. Has strong antimicrobial and antioxidant properties on the skin.

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Flannel Flower

The  Australian native flannel flower delivers a potent range of phyto-actives that make this cellular extract a major breakthrough ingredient for skin and hair repair and conditioning along with strong anti-ageing effects.

Waratah Flower

The native indigenous Waratah is Australia’s most iconic flower. High in phyto-compounds targeting skin and hair conditioning, along with potent anti-aging effects. It is an enormous floral, and Indigenous Australians also used its seeds as a food source.

Cyprus Leaf

The native Australian white cypress tree is an indigenous species and the leaf extracts have beneficial anti-inflammatory compounds that boost antioxidants, promote skin regeneration, anti-ageing, skin toning and hair repair.

Rosella Flower

Rosella is found in the rainforest and sand dune regions of the tropical north of Australia. The source of the plants’ incredible power for the skin lies in the high concentration of Vitamin C found in it’s bright red flowers.

Hibiscus Flower

Our Australian organic hibiscus flower extract contributes to a fresher, younger, smoother looking complexion. The natural acids present in Hibiscus flower help to purify skin by breaking down dead skin and increasing cell turnover.

Our Naturalised Botanicals

Australia is also home to a vast range of uniquely beneficial naturalised plant botanicals, native to many other continents around the world that have thrived in our harsh native climate. Harvested organically and infused in our formulations.

Avocado Oil

Our Australian harvested Avocado oil contains a high percentage of Vitamin E, as well as potassium, lecithin, and many other nutrients which nourish and moisturise your skin. The oleic acid also promotes collagen production, which helps grow new skin.

Jojoba Oil

Jojoba is the only plant to store liquid wax in its seeds. Jojoba oil has the same molecular structure as the natural oils found in healthy human skin. Restores balance, and helps your skin health.

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Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is a naturalised Australian grown botanical and is well regarded for its soothing and moisturising effects on the skin. It grows wild in both tropical and arid regions of Australia.

White TeaLeaf

White tea extract keeps your skin looking younger by protecting it from damage. Researchers believe that the antioxidants reduce oxidative stress to the skin. This type of stress is thought to promote skin cancers, wrinkles and uneven pigmentation.

Oak Moss

Oak moss essential oil is beneficial for boosting immunity, reducing stress, enhancing the sebum oil balance of the skin, healing skin inflammation and helping keep your skin soft and smooth.

Green TeaLeaf

Green Tea Extract offers numerous benefits when it comes to skin care. Not only is it an antioxidant, Green tea is an anti-inflammatory agent and is soothing your skin and help prevent redness.

Chamomilla Flower

Chamomile is a well-known medicinal plant used in herbal remedies for thousands of years and it offers a wide variety of benefits depending on how it’s used. The main active is a-Bisabolol which works wonders for skin and hair health.

Sandalwood Oil

Our Australian sandalwood oil acts as an antiseptic and astringent. Also helps to clean the pores and reduce inflammation from mild skin irritations. Studies have also shown it helps with skin conditions like acne, eczema, and psoriasis.

Ginseng Root

Ginseng root provides beneficial properties for the skin, preventing premature ageing, maintains the skin’s elasticity and lengthens the lifespan of skin cells. Ginseng also increases the dermal cells on the scalp which, in turn, strengthens the follicles and roots of the hair.

Grapeseed Oil

Grapeseed oil contains powerful antioxidants, minerals, vitamins, and fatty acids that work together to promote skin health. It also contains Vitamin E, which is hydrating and anti-inflammatory.

Arnica Flower

Arnica has strong anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. Arnica is excellent at clearing away built-up oils on your skin and killing bacteria on the scalp.

Peppermint Oil

The popularity of Peppermint and its medicinal and healing properties dates back to the ancient times. Peppermint is beneficial for hair, scalp and overall skin health with  anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, as well as antioxidant activity.

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is rich in fatty acids and antioxidants that help prevent premature ageing and damage to our skin and hair. Reduces inflammation, keeps skin moisturised and helps heal wounds with antimicrobial properties that can protect the skin from harmful bacteria.

Cucumber Seed

Rich in linoleic acid, Vitamin E, and other nutrients, Cucumber Seed Oil keeps the skin’s protective barrier strong and improving firmness and elasticity. Both antibacterial and anti-inflammatory, this versatile oil diminishes signs of aging while promoting cell regeneration.

Seabuckthorn Oil

Excellent for sensitive skin, Sea Buckthorn oil promotes skin hydration, elasticity, cell regeneration, and even helps treat and prevent acne. Sea Buckthorn oil has anti-inflammatory properties that help reduce redness associated with many skin conditions.

Rosehip Seed

Rosehip oil is rich in essential fatty acids and antioxidants, which are integral for tissue and cell regeneration in the skin. The oil has long been used as a remedy for wound healing, as well as the reduction of scars and fine lines.

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