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Native to New Zealand, Manuka oil is a superior oil that possesses a number of unique medicinal qualities. Most notably, the oil’s antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties make it ideal for cleansing and calming the skin, as well as accelerating the skins natural healing process.

Manuka Oil

Since time immemorial, civilisations have relied on the power of the rose to nourish and protect the skin. Not only do the natural oils work to lock in the skins moisture, the rose’s high concentration of vitamin C works as a natural defense against the harmful rays of the sun.

Rose Oil

Also known as the immortal flower, helichrysum was the original anti-aging product of ancient Greece and used for its ability to rejuvenate the skin. The plant oils in helichrysum work to reduce the appearance of blemishes and give the skin a warm, natural glow.

Helichrysum Oil

Frankincense is entwined with the world of beauty. An ethereal ingredient, Frankincense is found across the Far East. This aromatic resin is ideal for acne and oily skin as the natural properties cause the contraction of skin cells, which in turn promote healing and the depletion of excess oil.

Frankincense Oil

Active Ingredients

As a herbal tea, chamomile is well known for its calming and soothing effects. Chamomile oil works on your skin in much the same way, calming and soothing rosacea, acne and other types of irritated skin. This is due in part to its high concentration of anti-inflammatory properties.

Chamomile Oil

Famous around the world for its beautiful colour and fragrant smell, lavender’s powerful antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties help to unclog the skin’s pores and prevent acne breakouts. Popular for aromatherapy, lavender is also becoming popular as an ingredient in essential oil form. 

Lavender Oil

Peppermint isn’t just great in food and sweets. A natural cleanser, peppermint oil contains antiseptic as well as antibacterial elements that promote the healing of the skin. It also has a wonderful cooling effect that can soothe redness and irritation.

Peppermint Oil

The unique medicinal qualities of rosemary leaf extract have been used for centuries as a remedy for some of the more severe skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis. It has also been used in the treatment of minor burns, as well as skin swelling and puffiness.

Rosemary Leaf Extract

Harnessing the potency of the goji berry’s natural antioxidants, goji oil can aid in the fight against premature aging in the skin caused by free-radicals (unstable atoms that can result in cell degeneration). This helps to keep the skin looking younger for longer.

Goji Oil

Proven to be a powerful antioxidant, blueberries are known for containing high concentrations of natural phytochemicals. Blueberry oil is easily absorbed into the skin, instantly providing nutrients to help nourish and heal a wide range of skin conditions.

Blueberry Oil

Blackcurrant oil contains a high concentration of Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA), a fatty acid that assists the body in repairing and healing the skin. A powerful antioxidant, blackcurrant oil can aid in the treatment of chronic skin conditions such as eczema, dermatitis, and psoriasis.

Blackcurrant Oil

An unlikely ally in the battle against aging, green coffee oil (GCO) contains qualities that help soften and smooth the skin. GCO also has high concentrations of vitamin E and sterols which help lower the bad cholesterol in the blood.

Green Coffee Oil

Unique Essential Oils

It may be helpful to think of yin and yang when considering the benefits of lyang lyang oil – the properties in the oil work to balance out the skin’s natural oil production, while, at the same time, healing and strengthening skin cells.

Ylang Ylang Oil

Carrot seed oil is the complete package when it comes to skin care ingredients. Not only does this oil contain anti-inflammatory, anti- fungal and antibacterial properties, it is also a potent antioxidant, making it a highly desirable ingredient for essential skin care products.

Carrot Seed Oil

A great source of alpha-lipoic acid (ALA) kiwi seed oil helps to fight free-radicals that cause premature aging in the skin. Kiwi seed oil also works to bring new life to skin cells and has a high concentration of vitamin C which may promote skin elasticity.

Kiwi Seed Oil

Cucumber seed oil contains an essential omega-6 fatty acid known as linoleic acid (LA) essential to the human body. LA assists the body in regenerating cells, keeping skin looking young and fresh, while cucumber seed oil also contains high levels of vitamin E. This helps maintain the the skin’s elasticity and has firming properties.

Cucumber Seed Oil

Argan oil – the liquid gold of Morocco – has high levels of vitamin E, antioxidants, and fatty acids, making it a go-to for dry skin or conditions like eczema. Great for anti-ageing, argan oil helps your skin absorb other ingredients and retain water. Use argan oil alone or add some drops to your daily moisturiser to give your skin extra hydration and balance.

Argan Oil

Known for its anti-ageing properties, hemp oil contains linoleic acid and oleic acids that aren’t produced by the human body. These help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, but hemp oil is also recommended for acne-prone skin.

Hemp Oil

Jojoba oil is unique, as it’s extracted from the only plant whose seeds store liquid wax. Centuries ago, Native Americans discovered this healing golden liquid and it’s been a source of vital skin nutrients ever since. As we age, the wax ester within our skin diminishes. Jojoba naturally restores your skin’s wax ester, regenerating cells and repairing dry skin and fine lines.

Jojoba Oil

An unlikely ally in the battle against aging, green coffee oil (GCO) contains qualities that help soften and smooth the skin. GCO also has high concentrations of vitamin E and sterols which help lower the bad cholesterol in the blood.

Castor Oil

Supporting Oils

Popular in the kitchen, coconut oil may also belong in your bathroom cabinet. Coconut oil has anti-inflammatory properties and has been shown to help people battling eczema or acne. The lauric acid in coconut oil can actively prevent the growth of bacteria on your skin, while also reducing dryness.

Coconut Oil

Originating in Chile, rosehip oil is now a go-to for celebrities, who preach about its anti-ageing, anti-acne properties for achieving smooth, even skin.This natural alternative to off-the-shelf moisturisers is packed with essential fatty acids, as well as the added benefits of vitamins and antioxidants which reinvigorate dull skin and even fade scars.

Rosehip Oil

Interestingly, grapeseed oil is a by-product of wine production. Known to treat acne, soften skin, protect from UV rays (still wear sunscreen!), and promote an even skin tone, grapeseed oil has become a popular overnight mosturiser. It’s also a great base to mix with other essential oils, sealing in moisture.

Grapeseed Oil

We’re coming to realise that olive oil is great outside the kitchen. It’s most notable quality for topical application is its vitamin E content. This antioxidant reduces skin issues caused by free radicals, which can damage cells. With great antibacterial properties, sufferers of eczema and psoriasis can use it to help treat skin infections.

Olive Oil