skin care natural ingredients

Our products are 100% ‘made from plants’. Each ingredient is grown entirely organically and is certified by the soil association. 100% traceability from field to face. We have chosen only the very purest and highest grade herbs, flowers, fruits, roots, resins, leaves and their essential oils to bring you scientifically backed and historically proven ingredients to giving the greatest benefit to your skin – provided by nature.

We only source ingredients from suppliers with a strong ethical and sustainability history, as we are committed to the earth as our provider and respect its resources.


Our complete list of ingredients

Apricot kernel, Avocado, Almond, Beeswax, Calendula flower, Chamomile flower, Coconut, Evening primrose flower, Frankincense resin, Geranium flower, Grapefruit seed, Honey, Jojoba, Lavender, Lemon, Marshmallow root, Neroli, Olive, Orange, Rose, Rosemary, Sea buckthorn kernel, Sesame, Sugar, Sunflower, Wheat germ

Sea buckthorn

sea buckthornThis incredible oil contains 190 nutritional compounds, including vitamin E, C, A, K, B1, B2, folic acid, carotenoids, flavonoids, sterols, stanols, polar lipids. It has a 1 to 1 ratio of the rare omega 7 fatty acid, omegas 3 and 6 in perfect ratio.


It has been researched and proven to heal the skin in four ways.

  • Improved microcirculation
  • Enhanced epidermal regeneration
  • Anti inflammatory effect
  • Cell anti-aging

The oil contains unique anti-aging properties and is suitable for a wide variety of skin conditions.

Sea buckthorn history

Sea buckthorns earliest recorded use was in Tibetan medicine in the 8th century and is widely used in medicine in India and China today.
The oil was used by Genghis Khan to improve the skin and shine of his horses before entering battle. After the Chernobyl disaster Sea buckthorn oil was used to treat radiation burn victims to aid in the regeneration of healthy skin. During the 1950’s it was given to hospital patients to boost vitamin c levels.
It is widely used in Canada and China for its beneficial effect on dry, damaged skin.



RoseRose was the first essential oil to ever be distilled in 10th century Persia. Known as the queen of flowers, Rose oil has a complex chemistry with over 300 constituents. Rose is governed by Venus and has strong feminine qualities. A gentle but potent anti depressant and renowned as an aphrodisiac Rose oil is useful for all skin types, particularly sensitive and aging skin. It has a tonic and astringent effect on capillaries helping reduce redness of thread veins.


neroliOrange blossoms were traditionally placed around the bride’s head on her wedding day, as the scent was believed to be an aphrodisiac. In skin care the oil not only smells divine but also is one of the premium oils to use for dry, aging skin. It has the ability to tighten and strengthen the skins collagen network and is kind and gentle to the most sensitive skin.



frankHighly regarded for its use in anti aging skincare. Wrinkle reducing and balancing makes this ingredient useful to dry as well as oily skin.




marshAnti inflammatory, soothing and anti aging. Reduces blemishes and improves dry skin.




ChamomileSoothing, calming, and anti inflammatory, Useful for inflamed skin, blemishes and sensitive, dry skin conditions.





Very high in vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids make this oil particularly suited to over dry, mature skin. Avocado oil is mild and nourishing and enlivens tired skin that lacks lustre.




JojobaThe American Indians used jojoba oil for hundreds of years. Jojoba oil softens and protects the skin and helps the layers retain moisture. It improves conditions such as acne and eczema and has good cleansing properties. It is fine, dry oil that is very high in vitamin E and resembles the skins sebum in composition. It has a natural sunscreen factor of 4.