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Ingredients A to Z

Almond Sweet Oil


Almond sweet oil contains essential nutrients such as vitamin A that helps stimulate the production of new skin cells. As well as vitamin E content that help reduce UV damage from its antioxidant properties. Omega-3 acids are another anti-ageing ingredient in this oil that fights premature ageing. Zinc within the oil helps heal acne scars and this is a great oil to improve complexion, skin tone, scars and to reduce puffiness and under-eye circles. 

Aloe Vera 


Aloe Vera has lots of benefits to the skin. Not only it is very moisturising, but the enzyme in it can help exfoliate the skin to make your skin smoother. It contains antioxidants, Vitamin A and C, which helps to fade hyperpigmentation. It’s highly anti-inflammatory properties can help treat acne, dry skins as well as burns. 

Avocado Oil


Avocado oil is packed with many essential vitamins such as vitamins A, B1, B2, D, E. Vitamin A helps to neutralise free radicals and protect the skin from UVA-light induced damage. It also increases collagen production which is essential to maintain a youthful-looking skin. Vitamin B1 and B2 are potent anti-ageing additives that assist with tissue repair and decrease skin inflammation as well as prevent clogged pores for glowing skin. Vitamin D assists in reducing skin inflammation, and vitamin E helps to sustain skin moisture to provide further suppleness to the surface.

Baobab Oil


Baobab oil is rich in omega-3 and other anti-ageing fatty acids that helps to moisturise and soften the skin. It helps repair skin barriers and allows for skin to heal faster to give bouncier, youthful-looking skin with improved skin texture and elasticity. It contains essential minerals and vitamins such as calcium, iron, potassium and vitamin B to enhance moisture and promote wounds healing, giving that glow your skin deserves. 

Camellia Oil


This oil is known as the beauty secret to many Japanese women. The oil is rich in many essential vitamins such as vitamin A, B and E. Vitamin A helps increase cell turnover and collagen production. In contrast, vitamin E helps your skin retain moisture that increases suppleness, smoothness and making your skin less prone to fine lines. It is also rich in oleic acid, an omega 9 up to 80% which not only it helps maintain moisture but can preserve the effectiveness of the antioxidants by helping to protect the skin from UV and environmental exposure/air degeneration, striking the effects of free radical damage.

Cape Rose Geranium Essential Oil


The oil works as an astringent that tightens and removes dead skin cells off your skin. Moreover, it can brighten the skin to give a more radiant, glowing appearance. Various studies have shown how rose geranium oil may help reduce signs of aging due to its antioxidant properties. Its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties make this oil useful in treating acne.

CoEnzyme Q10


CoEnzymeQ10 is a naturally found antioxidants that combat oxidative stress caused by the UV in order to provide smooth, healthy-looking skin. The levels of Q10 decrease as we age and Q10 is critical for the skin since it provides the cells in your skin the energy to repair and regenerate itself to give a more radiant complexion. It is anti-ageing since it reduces sun damage, promotes collagen production and elastin. As well as leading to a reduced emergence of fine lines and wrinkles, and a more even skin tone. 

Davidsons Plum

davidson plum

The anti-inflammatory properties and antioxidants make Davidsons Plum a great ingredient that can help treat acne and to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It can enhance collagen and elastin production which helps to improve overall skin elasticity. Moreover, it acts as a powerful chemical exfoliate that allows dead skin cells to be shed off and give your skin a glowing, radiant appearance. The phenolic acids in Davidsons Plum acts stronger than vitamin E to help heal acne scar and protect from environmental stressors.

Ginseng Siberian

ginseng siberian

Ginseng Siberian is loaded with different minerals, vitamins and antioxidants that act as a powerful anti-ageing tool for the skin. Excess phytonutrients found in the herb rids our skin of the free radicals and encourages collagen activity by enclosing certain elements that can augment collagen production. It helps reduce fine lines and wrinkles. Moreover, the nutrients within the herb aid the removal of dead skin, promoting healthy skin. Not only does it keep our skin healthy and radiant, but it can also aid in diminishing inflammation of the eyes and reduce dark circles to provide a more youthful appearance.

Gotu Kola


Gotu Kola helps encourage collagen production and can help fade scars and stretch marks and boost the skin resistance to sagging. Moreover, it is known to have an effect to increase antioxidant levels in newly formed tissue. Triterpenoids found in Gotu Kola are known to play a significant role in stimulating collagen synthesis. Furthermore, vitamin B and C as well as phytonutrients such as flavonoids, polyphenol etc, all help promote wound healing and to protect your skin from environmental stressors thus providing antimicrobial and antioxidant properties.

Grapeseed Oil


Grapeseed oil is a lightweight oil that is non-comedogenic due to its high content of linoleic acid. It is anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial that helps fight off acne. Vitamin C and E found in grapeseed oil help both prevent and undo the pollution and free radical damage. It moisturizes and balances the skin by reducing transepidermal water loss. Polyphenols contained in the oil is a key anti-ageing ingredient that helps reverse and minimize signs of aging such as fine lines and wrinkles.

Hyaluronic Acid


Hyaluronic acid is a naturally found sugar in our skin that has the ability to hold water to keep our skin hydrated. Though Hyaluronic acid just like collagen and elastin, decreases with age.

Hyaluronic acid in cosmetic helps to retain moisture to the surface of our skin and can act as a powerful humectant due to its ability to draw and hold water. It is anti-ageing since it improves skin elasticity and can give that plump look that you desire.

Jojoba Virgin Australia 



Jojoba oil enables to penetrate our skin and give an instant deeply soothes and promote healthy, and glowing looking skin. It can mimic our natural skin oil that our skin gets tricked into thinking it has produced enough oil. It balances the oil production combined with the anti-microbial properties of jojoba oil; this non-acnegenic feature help prevent the growth of bacteria on our skin. It is ideal for sensitive skin and the vitamin E and B-complex in the oil further enhance skin repair and help control damages.

Kakadu Plum

kakadu plum

Kakadu plum is Australia's native plant in Northern Australia which is highest recorded levels of vitamin C of any fruit in the world. Kakadu plum is packed with its many antioxidants, nutrients and minerals which are all very beneficial to the skin. The fruit is especially packed with vitamin C which helps to promote formation of collagen and elastin which are two essential proteins that keep our skin plump and help prevent sagging. Along with vitamin C, it is packed with vitamin E where they both help fight off free radicals and assist repairing of the skin. Moreover, it contains phytochemicals that reduce inflammation as well as minerals necessary for a healthy, clear complexion.

Lavender Australian (Tasmanian) Oil


Lavender Australian (Tasmanian) Oil extracted from Tasmania, Australia is now known as one of the world's most highly regarded, expensive and relatively difficult to obtain oils. It is antimicrobial properties and non-comedogenic nature, and helps to reduce feelings of stress, soothe eczema and dry skin with natural moisture barrier. The anti-inflammatory properties also help treat reddened, irritated skin. It has also been said to clean and heal wounds and burns due to its antiseptic properties. The antioxidants fight free radicals and help battle signs of premature ageing.

Lilly Pilly

lilly Pilly

Lilly Pillies are an Australian cherries. This superfood is packed with remarkable anti-aging properties such as vitamin C and fruits acids that helps promote production of collagen and elastin when applied topically.
It is packed with many vitamins, antioxidants, minerals, fruits acids, phytosterols and essential fatty acids which all helps moisturise as well as protect the skin. It is a potent anti-aging active that helps to improve collagen production and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, as well as offering protection against harmful UVB radiation.

Macadamia Oil


The formulation of macadamia oil is very close to your skin’s natural sebum, meaning it can hydrate your skin without clogging your pores. This anti-ageing oil is very soothing and can deeply hydrate the skin, helps heal the skin and give you that firm, plump appearance. It is packed with many antioxidants such as vitamin E that neutralise free radicals. It also contains squalene (a very powerful moisturiser) and omega 9 oleic acid where together, they help with cell regeneration.

Marine Collagen


Collagen is a vital ingredient to keep your body stay young and healthy. It is a major component of your skin that has a role for strengthening skin and providing elasticity and hydration. Though the rate of production of this protein slows as we age. Marine collagen helps combat signs of ageing by improving skin elasticity, firmness, moisture, and hydration. It plumps fine lines, leading to a reduction of wrinkles and can help improve skin radiance and tone.



MCT oil is usually used in skincare ingredients to provide additional emollience to formulations, texture enhancer. It helps prevent water loss in a formulation since the oil can act as a natural solvent. Lauric acid found in larger quantities in MCT oil is known for their anti-microbial properties. It is also packed with healthy fatty acids and antioxidants that can moisturise and soothe the skin. MCT oil has also been studied as an effective treatment to tackle skin issues like acne and to soothe other minor skin irritations.

Olive Oil


Olive oil acts as an antioxidant that helps protect your skin from the free radicals. It contains vitamin A, D, E and K where all these fat-soluble vitamins greatly benefit the skin. For example, vitamin K is found to speed up the natural heal and repair process in damaged skin. The anti-bacterial property help fight off acne and overall is a great natural moisturiser and an exfoliator that help reduce the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines and scars and give a glow to your skin.

Pomegranate Oil


Punicic acid in the oil comprise nearly 70% of the oil’s composition. This omega 5 fatty acids helps reduce skin inflammation and to repair skin. This property makes this oil useful for repairing scars and discoloration on the skin leftover from acne or dermatitis.
Moreover, punicic acid effectively hydrates the skin and prevents moisture loss which leads to stronger outer dermal layer of the skin. Its antioxidants properties helps fight off free radicals, keeping skin collagen, helping to reduce formation of wrinkles.

Prickly Pear Oil

prickly pear

Prickly pear oil is anti-inflammatory due to its high fatty acids content which helps calm inflammation and redness. Antioxidants in the oil include betalains that protects the skin from various damaging radicals that encourage wrinkle formation. Amino acids in the oil promote production collagen whilst vitamin K help brighten up hyperpigmentation and under-eye dark circles.



Quandong is an Australian native fruit which uniquely extracted in a way where the Quandong fruit extract contains full of potent phyto-actives that can help improve the skin immensely. Rutin, Chlorogenic Acid, Ferulic Acid, Tryptophan, Vitamin C and Vitamin E and so on are many of the essential anti-aging nutrients that are contained in the fruit extract. For example, Rutin is a powerful antioxidant that also offers anti-inflammatory nature for a clear complexion and even tone.
Chlorogenic Acid helps protect the skin against UV radiation along with Ferulic Acid that furthermore protects the skin from pollution whilst hydrating the skin.

Rice Bran Oil


Rice bran oil is highly moisturising and anti-aging ingredients that help to firm and tighten the skin. It is retaining moisture to your skin due to its vitamin E and B properties. Antioxidants like beta-carotene and lycopene help protect your skin from free radicals/environmental stressor whilst a CoEnzyme Q10 in the oil helps maintain a youthful glow, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Rosehip Oil

rose hip

Rosehip oil work as a great natural moisturiser. This oil which contains nourishing, anti-inflammatory fatty acids along with Vitamin A and C makes rosehip oil a great anti-ageing oil that treats wrinkles, brighten up the skin and even out skin tone. It helps fade scars due to vitamin A and C since it acts as a natural exfoliator. It can also help your skin regain elasticity to give fresh, glowing, and younger-looking skin.

Rosemary Antioxidant


This extract contains powerful antioxidants in concentrated amounts due to the CO2 extraction method that keeps most of the plant’s bioactive compounds. The antioxidants help protect the skin from free radical damage. Carnosic Acid is one of the main constituents of rosemary antioxidant that also comes with an anti-inflammatory response, making it a great rosemary antioxidant an excellent ingredient for fighting acne.

Safflower Oil


Safflower oil has a light consistency and non-greasy texture. The non-comedogenic property makes it ideal for hydrating dry or acne-prone skin while it can soothe irritation, rashes as well as inflammation.
It promotes cell turnover which helps diminish appearance of scars and discolouration or any other signs of ageing such as wrinkles. Furthermore, it fasciculate decongestion of pores, where with regular application, it can help give you a smooth, radiant skin with enhanced skin texture and tone.



The fruit contains an exceptional concentration of vitamin C and contains high amounts of nutrients and phytonutrients as well as vitamins, minerals, fiber and protein. It is packed with vitamin E, beta-carotene and essential fatty acids which are all beneficial to the skin and help promote skin hydration, elasticity as well as cell regeneration. Moreover, its anti-inflammatory nature helps reduce swelling and treat acne as well as other skin conditions, including eczema, psoriasis and rosacea.

Sesame Oil


Sesame oil is potent antioxidants that help protect your skin from environmental stressor whilst the antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties help fight acne and reduce inflammation and swelling, which helps to treat skin-inflammatory condition such as rosacea. It is non-comedogenic and vitamin E content help retain moisture to your skin to give healthy-looking skin.

Shea Butter

shea butter

Shea Butter is safe for all skin type since shea butter does not contain chemical irritants that can potentially dry out your skin, making it suitable for those who may suffer from atopic dermatitis or eczema. The fatty acid content in shea butter has great moisturising effect which helps restore barrier between your skin and the environment. The plant esters of shea butter have been found to have anti-inflammatory properties which may help minimise irritation and it contains anti-ageing agents such as vitamin A and E. It promotes cell turnover and collagen production, thus, help reduce appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It can help soothe sunburns, promote wound healing while offering sun protection with its spf of 3 or 4.

Sunflower Oil


This oil is loaded with vitamin A and E. These antioxidants help in regenerating damaged skin cells and getting rid of acne in order to promote healthy skin while protecting your skin from free radicals.
It is non-comedogenic and linoleic acid in the oil helps to maintain the skin’s natural barrier to prevent moisture loss. It has wound healing properties and this oil overall makes it suitable for people with dry skin and for conditions, such as eczema.

Vitamin B3 Niacinamide


Niacinamide, a water-soluble vitamin helps to minimise pores, improve uneven skin tone whilst helping to reduce appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Niacinamide has the ability to improve skin’s barrier whilst also repairing the past skin damages, making niacinamide a great anti-aging ingredient. It helps the skin improve its production of ceramides thereby helping to renew and restore its moisture barrier, thus strengthening the skin. Moreover, this vitamin B3 helps the skin to better resist moisture loss due to its hydrating nature.

Vitamin E Natural


Vitamin E is must-have nutrients for healthy glowing skin. Vitamin E Natural is derived from vegetable oils. The natural Vitamin E is called ‘D-alpha-tocopheryl acetate’ exclusively in an active form. D-alpha-tocopheryl acetate is the most bioavailable form of vitamin E that allows for skin to absorb the nutrients.