Our ingredients

Essential oils

Lemongrass. It's antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, astringent and antiseptic.
Lavender. It's antidepressant, analgesic, antiseptic, antioxidant.
Rose geranium. It's antidepressant, antiseptic, astringent, deodorant.
Peppermint. It's excellent for mental fatigue, stimulating mental agility and improving concentration. Produces a cooling effect and is known to be effective in treating bruises, sore joints and muscle strains.
Eucalyptus. It's anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, decongestant, deodorant, antiseptic, antibacterial, stimulating.
Cedarwood. It's harmonising and balancing effects on the mind and body. It has a woody outdoorsy scent and also astringent and antiseptic properties.
Sweet Orange. It's calming, refreshing and uplifting. It helps soothe dry irritated or acne-prone skin.
Thyme. Benefits to the immune system, helps fight colds, flu, infectious diseases. to strengthen the nerves, aid memory and concentration, help with the feeling of exhaustion and depression, whilst providing protection for the lungs.
Rosemary. It's invigorating, has a fresh herbaceous aroma, minty top note.
Tea tree. Strong and purifyingIt's antiseptic, antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory


    Cocoa butter. High in antioxidants, anti-inflammatory, anti-aging properties. Prevents skin dryness and peeling, soothes burns, rashes and infections such as eczema and dermatitis.
    Shea butter. Skin moisturiser for face and body, helps to prevent and to reduce stretch marks. It restores elasticity to skin, reduces acne and scarring and repairs damaged hair.
    Mango butter. High in antioxidants, soothes and softens the skin, helps with rashes, insect bites, eczema and skin irritations. It helps heal and protect the skin from damage caused by sunburn.

    Vegetable oils

      Organic hemp oil. It has anti-inflammatory properties, due to its high content of omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids, hemp oil has a composition similar to skin lipids, which makes it an excellent natural emollient and moisturiser for skin and hair.
      Jojoba oil. It's nourishing, anti-aging, conditioning, moisturising. Contains nutrients like vitamin E and B, as well as minerals like chromium, copper and zinc, which all nourish and protect skin. It's great for your hair because its moisturising and conditioning properties extend to the hair, making it soft, shiny and manageable.
      Wheat germ oil. Rich source of vitamin E, which helps reduce skin damage, fight free radicals, support healthy collagen formation and maintain even skin tone.
      Coconut oil. Rich in short and medium-chain fatty acids, Coconut oil is popular in beauty products due to its excellent healing properties.
      Sweet Almond oil. It is rich in linoleic and oleic essential fatty acids, glucosides, minerals, and vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, D, and E - all of which are essential for skin nourishment. A renowned emollient, almond oil helps to balance moisture loss. It can smooth, soften and condition the skin
      Castor oil. Widely known for its therapeutic benefits. Castor oil's main claim to fame is its rich fatty acid content. These fatty acids - especially Omega 5 - help to restore the skin's natural moisture balance, preventing skin dryness and effectively moisturising the skin.
      Sunflower oil. Effective treatment of skin injuries, wounds and abrasions, this oil is an extremely rich source of vitamin E, containing more than any other vegetable oil. Tocopherols contained within vitamin E are crucial to health, as they stop free-radicals, are a natural source of antioxidants, as well as being an effective natural moisturiser. Sunflower oil contains a combination of monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, namely oleic and linoleic acid. The oil also contains folic acid, which may help the body to manufacture new cells, and zinc, which helps to maintain a healthy nervous system.
      Organic Flaxseed oil. The essential fatty acids found in flaxseed oil smooths the appearance of wrinkles by helping to repair skin cells. It moisturises, evens skin tone, and reduces dark circles.
      Safflower oil. Is well-known for its moisturising and regenerating qualities. Rich in linoleic acid, Saffllower helps to smooth and replenish by mimicking the naturally-occurring lipids in human skin. Safflower is especially effective for treating skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis and acne. It lends a healthy glow to skin, promoting elasticity and reducing the signs of ageing
      Grapeseed oil. It's moisturising, regenerative, restructuring. it's valuable treatment for damaged and stressed skin tissue. is rich in essential omega 6 fatty linoleic acid, also contains vitamins E and F, proteins and carbohydrates. It has extensive structure of vital minerals such as zinc, potassium, copper, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, iron, and selenium.
      Olive oil. It's 
      nourishing, cleansing, moisturising and protecting skin.


      Sunflower wax. It's a crystalline vegetable wax obtained from the winterization of sunflower oil. Improve oil binding, emollient, film formation, and lubricity


      Organic Calendula flowers

      Dried rose petals

      NZ lavender buds

      Chamomile flowers

      Clay, powders, grains and seeds

      NZ Bentonite clay is composed of aged volcanic ash. It has the ability to produce an “electrical charge” when hydrated. When mixed with water, its electrical components change, allowing it to absorb toxins. Bentonite is often used to detoxify toxins, heavy metals, chemicals and other impurities from the skin and body. 

      Pink clay improves skin softness and is ideal for all skin types. It is very soft and can be used on fragile, dehydrated or sensitive skin.

      Red clay is best clay to use all over the face. It is suitable to use around the eye area to help improve the appearance of dark circles, puffy eyes or bags under the eyes. Do not use directly on eyes, lids or lashes. High in iron oxide it may also help to improve the appearance of broken capillaries. Red clay is also used in beauty treatments to help improve muscle tone and appearance

      Activated Charcoal is made by burning carbon-rich coconut shells at very high temperatures to create charcoal. The result is a black, odourless powder. The charcoal is then "activated" through a special steam process that creates holes in the charcoal particles, increasing surface area and available binding sites. We use premium food grade Activated Charcoal from coconut shells.

      Flaxseeds. Contain omega-3 essential fatty acids. Great exfoliant for body.

      Organic Oats contains both anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties and as such is ideal for sensitive skin and to treat a variety of skin disorders such eczema

      Organic Spirulina

      Poppy seeds

      Turmeric contains antioxidants and anti-inflammatory. One of nature's most potent healers.

      Rosehip seeds. A by-product from the production of Rosehip oil, this powder is a natural and gentle exfoliant.  Rosehip Seed Powder exfoliates the skin in a mild but efficient way, giving the skin a healthy and more radiant appearance.