Each of our ingredients has been specially chosen to do what it’s supposed to do. Our thoughtful selection process starts with a 4-step evaluation of performance, safety, sourcing, and environmental impact before they make it into our products.
Famously known amongst our Indian friends and ayurvedic cousins.
This therapeutic plant has been used for thousands of years
on blemishes/breakouts and other skin conditions.
Also known as Bentonite Clay, it is one of the most popular clays to be used for problem skin.
Pumpkin & papaya enzymes
Popularly used during Halloween or in a pumpkin pie recipe, which you should totally try by the way.
Both of these funky fruit enzymes have got deep heritage in skincare benefits dating back hundreds of years.
Just like a good perfume, when it comes to spices a little bit goes a long way. Just a drop of clove oil has beneficial properties…
In fact clove essential oil has been used for hundreds of years and it has been used for its clarifying properties in skincare.
This ayurvedic golden spice has a long therapeutic history, and more recently has gained a huge popularity as a superfood ingredient in food, smoothies, lattes beauty, and well… In everything really!
A sprinkle of this wonderous root is rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatories; also will help to promote a glowing skin.
Nothing says “I love you” like a bunch of roses. Before you give them away on Valentine’s Day, it can be your skin’s Valentine too...
Rose water helps hydrate, condition, revitalise and moisturise the skin giving it that refreshed look. It is a great cleanser and aids in removing oil and dirt accumulated in clogged pores.
We know it is one of the oldest things that our mum or grandma keeps in cupboard; it may not be witchcraft, but witch hazel is pretty magical!
Witch hazel’s astringent properties are cleansing to the skin, while helping minimizing the size of pores.
We know this one is not so good looking but willow bark is one of the most amazing skin care ingredients on earth. Don’t believe us? Google it!
This anti-oxidant botanical, rich in natural salicylates can help in balancing sebum production and uncloging pores.
Don’t get confused, yes we are talking about bilberries and not blueberries! blueberries and bilberries are more like cousins on the family tree.
They are often confused as identical twins; also identified as the super dad of berries, they are known for their antioxidant properties which can help promote skin renewal and radiance while helping to condition and promote a clear skin feeling.