Vitamin E is known as one of the most healing and effective anti-oxidants in the skincare and haircare world today. It protects the skin from everyday environmental exposure and damage due to lifestyle factors. Vitamin E is an essential fatty acid which helps form the membranes that protect the skin cells, preventing the formation of dry and scaly skin.
Organic Argan Oil is high in proteins, which may help to improve skin tightening and protect skin’s elasticity. This nourishing oil provides intense hydration as it is said to restore the natural barrier of the skin, allowing for greater moisture retention. Assists in skin regeneration and prevention of premature ageing due to external aggressors, and it can also help reduce skin irritation and inflammation.
Widely considered the best of the nut oils for its fantastic regenerative effects and hydrating properties. It is gently absorbed by the skin and can provide a long lasting soft and silky feel. Macadamia oil is rich in mono-unsaturated fatty acids (palmitoleic acid, omega-3 and omega-6) which may help to delay premature ageing. It has also been successfully used to assist in restoring scars and sun damage.
Contains a naturally high nutrient level of vitamins A, B, C and E as well as antioxidants that soften, revitalise and rejuvenate dry, damaged skin. Its small molecular size also makes it easily and readily absorbed into the skin.
Avocado oil may help to enrich protein and vitamin content with its high levels of oil-soluble vitamins. Well-suited for dry skin types, Avocado oil has great moisturising properties and can leave the skin feeling smooth and nourished. Said to penetrate deeply into the skin, it can also promote skin repair with its abundance of lecithin and plant sterols.
Aloe vera extract is renowned for its moisturising effect and is said to deeply penetrate the skin, delivering hydration directly to the tissue. Aloe also works to improve skin tone and colour by increasing the blood flow to the areas of application. It provides a soothing and calming effect and can reduce skin redness and irritation.
A native plant to Northern Australia the kakadu plum contains the highest known levels of Vitamin C concentration of any single natural food source and has been used for thousands of years as a traditional antiseptic and skin healing remedy by native Australians. Vitamin C is essential for the formation of proline, an amino acid required to make collagen. It is also used to improve skin’s natural appearance, reduce irritation of dry skin and prevent future damage.