We are proud of our organic and non-toxic formulas, based on heritage aromatherapy recipes passed down through our family. We source our ingredients from traceable sources and responsible farming practises. Here's an alphabetical glossary of everything you might find in our body products.
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Juice from the leaves of the aloe-vera plant has been used for centuries to heal dry and damaged skin, it’s great for soothing sunburn and irritated skin.
Water, used as a universal solvent.
Halal alcohol found in many fruits and teas, it works as a preservative, fragrance and solvent and is approved by the Soil Association.
Shea butter is a natural moisturiser, first used thousands of years ago in Ancient Egypt to protect against sun and fierce winds.
Maintain skin moisture, clearing and healing of acne, promotes hair growth and acts a natural conditioning agent, it also as antimicrobial properties that can help reduce skin irritation and redness.
Used as a foaming agent and gentle surfactant.
Derived from coconut oil and is used as a moisturiser.
Stabilises products and stops them from separating and curdling, it is also used to soften skin and is a foam booster.
Used for its soothing properties.
A weak acid found in citrus fruits that works a preservative.
Used for scent.
Sweet orange oil used as a fragrance and also serves as a detoxifier, it’s good for acne and dermatitis.
Derived from coconut oil, this creates bubbles/foaming agent.
Derived from coconut and fruit sugars, it’s a foaming cleanser.
Emulsion stabilizer, surfactant, foam booster.
A gentle and effective cleanser, good for children’s and babies’ skin.
A Soil Association approved preservative that kills microorganisms and stops our products from spoiling
Found in most soaps and shampoos, glycerine helps to condition skin and hair.
Mixture of stearic acid and glycerine which makes skin soft and supple and prevents moisture loss.
Moisturiser, soothing and conditioning on skin and hair.
Used in toiletries production as an anti-bacterial cleansing agent.
Used as a foaming agent and a good conditioner.
Used to reduce anxiety and emotional stress, helps aide in the healing burns and wounds, improves sleep, reduces acne and slows aging with powerful antioxidants, improves eczema and psoriasis and can help alleviate headaches, plus it smells lovely.
A natural acid which helps maintain the acid balance of products and the skin to increase resistance to microbial infection.
Salts derived from seawater, slows aging skin, helps to combat fluid retention.
Skin conditioning agent.
Contains vitamins A, various B Vitamins including B1 & B2, Vitamin D and E as well as beta-carotene, potassium and Lethicin, which helps with skin rejuvenation and is known for its anti-oxidant properties.
Contains Vitamin A, B1, B2, B6 and Vitamin E, helps to keep skin smooth and gives shine to hair as well.
Moisturising, anti-inflammatory properties, anti-microbial properties so it is good for acne, helps to keep skin firm and hydrated and is rich with Vitamin E.
Preservative that is accepted by the Soil Association.
A cleanser derived from coconut oil, sodium coco sulphate also boosts foam and bubbles.
Is the sodium salt of levulinic acid and is used as a preservative and skin conditioning agent in cosmetics and personal care product.
Salt from of the corn-derived plant component phytic acid, used as a chelating agent in cosmetics, it has moisturising, skin brightening and oil control properties.
This is a skin and hair conditioning agent.
Skin emollient, it softens and smooths skin.
Commonly known a cocoa butter, it’s a fantastic moisturiser used in many skincare products.
Tocopherols are a family of vitamin E compounds naturally found in vegetable oils, nuts, fish and leafy green vegetables. It has anti-oxidant properties that help care for the skin.
Pressed from grape seeds, this light oil is used to moisturise skin and hair.
Naturally occurring substance that adds thickness to lotions and creams.