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                   Everything that grows in our garden.

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  • Rose Hip (ROSA CANINA) Oil
    Rosa Canina (Rose Hip) oil is an excellent skin antiaging product with antioxidative, anti-inflammatory and skin moisturizing properties to provide high protection for our skin against inflammation and environmentally induced oxidative stress (sun and pollution). KEY BENEFITS : Emollient Antioxident Anti-inflammatory DERIVED FROM: Rose Hip Plant
  • Xanthan Gum (XANTHAN GUM)
    Xanthan Gum is a polysaccharide created when sugar is fermented by the xanthomonas campestris bacteria. Discovered by scientists in 1963, it is commonly used as a binder and thickening agent that improves texture, consistency and shelf life. KEY BENEFITS: Natural Preservative Emulsifier DERIVED FROM: Sugar
  • Vitamin C (ASORBIC ACID))
    The human body needs Vitamin C to function. A deficiency can affect cardiovascular and musculoskeletal health and make the immune system more susceptible to viruses and disease. Additionally, Vitamin C aids in the absorption of iron, helps with wound healing and is a potent antioxidant. KEY BENEFITS: Antioxidant Nutrient DERIVED FROM: Citrus fruits
  • Tocopherol (TOCOPHEROL)
    The most abundant, purest form of Vitamin E, Tocopherol is a powerful antioxidant that plays an important role in neutralising free radicals, moisturising skin and improving its overall tone and texture. KEY BENEFITS: Antioxidant Emollient Anti-aging DERIVED FROM: Sunflower Oil
    Sweet almond oil is a rich emollient that softens and conditions hair and skin while relieving dryness and irritation. KEY BENEFITS: Emollient DERIVED FROM: Almonds
    Shea Butter is a fat derived from shea trees, which are native to West Africa. Regarded as a skin superfood that is rich in fatty acids and antioxidants, it's known for its ability to nourish and soften even the driest, most irritated skin. Shea butter has been used both cosmetically and medicinally (as a healing and soothing topical) for centuries. KEY BENEFITS: Emollient DERIVED FROM: African Shea tree nuts
    This essential oil derived from the lavender plant is used frequently for its aromatherapeutic benefit, helping to quell stress and anxiety. It has a similarly soothing effect on the skin, easing redness and irritation caused by dryness and conditions like eczema and psoriasis. It also works as a powerful antibacterial, targeting acne and preventing future breakouts. KEY BENEFITS: Antibacterial Aromatherapeutic Soothing DERIVED FROM: Lavender plants
    The Jojoba is an evergreen shrub found in parts of the American Southwest and Argentina. Its oil is obtained by extraction or expression of its seeds. A rich emollient, it's used to hydrate and soften the skin and hair. It also has anti-inflammatory properties, which help to reduce redness and ease the effects of various skin conditions. KEY BENEFITS: Emollient Anti-inflammatory DERIVED FROM: Jojoba seeds
    A common byproduct of winemaking, Grapeseed Oil has been used as a beauty ingredient for many centuries. High in antioxidants, it protects the skin from free radicals that can cause visual signs of aging. A rich emollient, it differs from many other natural moisturizers in that it's noncomedogenic and won't clog pores. It's also been shown to have antibacterial properties that work to fight acne. KEY BENEFITS: Antioxidant Emollient Antibacterial DERIVED FROM: Grape seeds
    Geranium Oil has a lush, leafy-green scent with a slight hint of pepper. In aromatherapy, it is used to soothe and relax. As a skincare ingredient, it has antimicrobial and astringent properties that help prevent acne while toning and tightening the skin. It is also rich in antioxidants that combat the harmful environmental stressors that cause signs of visible aging, including fine lines and wrinkles.  KEY BENEFITS: Anti-aging Antimicrobial Astringent Aromatherapeutic DERIVED FROM: Geraniums
  • Damask Rose Water (ROSA DAMASCENA)
    Cultivated mainly in Turkey, Bulgaria and Morocco, the Damask rose is a hybrid of the musk rose and the French rose. As a multi-benefit skincare ingredient, it contains antioxidants that fight against harmful free radicals and UV damage. Its anti-aging effects are further enhanced by vitamin C, which brightens the skin while boosting its collagen production and elasticity. As an anti-inflammatory, Damask rose soothes redness and irritation while as an antiseptic, it protects against acne-causing bacteria. KEY BENEFITS: Antioxidant Anti-aging Antiseptic Anti-inflammatory DERIVED FROM: Damask Roses
    Castor oil is rich in ricinoleic acid, a monounsaturated fatty acid. These types of fats can be used to moisturize the skin. They act as humectants, which retain moisture by preventing water loss through the outer layer of the skin. KEY BENEFITS: Moisturising DERIVED FROM: Ricinus Communis Plant
    Cedarwood Oil is distilled from the wood of cedar trees. It is known for its pleasant woodsy scent and multitude of skin benefits. Which include soothing dryness, irritation and itchiness and combating oil buildup and acne. It's also used in aromatherapy for its calming effect. KEY BENEFITS: Antibacterial Astringent Anti-inflammatory DERIVED FROM: Cedar Trees
  • Borage Seed Oil (BORAGO OFFICINALIS)
    Borage Seed Oil is a rich source of the essential fatty acid Gamma Linolenic Acid, which is shown to improve the skin's protective barrier. It is traditionally used to treat all kinds of skin inflammation including eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis and rosacea. KEY BENEFITS: Anti-inflammatory Moisturising Strengthens skin barrier DERIVED FROM: Borage seeds
  • Bergamot Essential Oil (CITRUS AURANTIUM BERGAMIA)
    Bergamot Essential Oil has a fresh floral citrus scent often used in aromatherapy for a variety of purposes including the alleviation of stress-related fatigue, restoring appetite and strengthening the immune system. It is also known to help relieve skin irritations such as eczema, psoriasis, acne, and superficial wounds. KEY BENEFITS: Aromatherapeutic DERIVED FROM: Bergamot Fruit
    The avocado is a fruit native to Mexico and Central America whose oil is produced by expressing the dried pulp. Rich in fatty acids, avocado oil has been used for almost two thousand years (reports stretch back to AD 900) for its soothing and nourishing effect on the skin. Today, the intensely hydrating oil is often found in moisturizers and anti-aging formulas. It's also used to quench dry, cracked skin and to help ease conditions like Eczema and Psoriasis. KEY BENEFITS: Moisturising DERIVED FROM: Avocados
  • Açaí Palm Berry Oil (EUTERPE OLERACEA)
    Derived from açaí berries, this oil is rich in emollient, skin-nourishing nutrients and potent antioxidants including flavonoids, essential fatty acids, and phytosterols that protect against environmental damage that causes premature signs of aging. KEY BENEFITS: Anti-aging Anti-inflammatory Emollient Antioxidant DERIVED FROM: Açaí berries
  • Aloe Vera Extract (ALOE BARBADENSIS)
    Derived from the aloe vera plant, aloe gel is a common topical salve that’s been used for centuries to treat burns, irritation, and abrasions. Packed with mucopolysaccharides, it’s used in skincare as a moisturizer and anti-aging agent, improving skin’s elasticity and decreasing appearance of fine lines as well has help fade dark spots and acne scars. KEY BENEFITS: Moisturising, Soothing, Healing DERIVED FROM: Aloe Vera
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