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Everything you need to know about what is in your skincare

We are passionate about informative skincare. We believe that it is important for you to know exactly what goes in your skincare products, therefore on your skin. We never use an ingredient without knowing what it does, where it is from and the benefits and drawbacks of these ingredients. 

We follow the ethos of "minimal formulation", this means we only include things in our products if they have a purpose, and all of our products are always, passionately:


Cruelty free

Palm (and palm derivative) free

Petroleum product free

Mineral oil free

Paraben free

Synthetic fragrance free

Allergen free

Sulphate free

Synthetic colour free

Plastic free

Zero waste

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Find out what is in your skincare by looking through our A-Z below

Amla Oil

Emblica Officinalis is Amla Oil. Obtained from the Amla (or Malacca) tree native to tropical south-east Asia. The fruit of the tree is known commonly as the Indian Gooseberry and has been used for thousands of years as a foodstuff and as an Ayurvedic remedy. It is rich in polyphenols, vitamin C, linoleic acid and linolenic acid and has a huge range of benefits when used on the skin and hair. 

Amla Oil

Hair Benefits: Studies have shown Amla oil is beneficial in strengthening hair, encouraging natural hair growth and stimulating collagen production in the scalp. In addition to this, it is a potent conditioner and can smoothen and improve the texture and appearance of hair. Great for adding texture, volume and body to hair. 

All of our shampoo and conditioner bars are enriched with Amla oil.

Skin Benefits: Packed with vitamin C and antioxidants, in addition to moisturising the skin, Amla oil can improve the complexion, improve skin tone, even out skin tone and tighten pores. It is a potent moisturiser and can firm, plump and tighten the skin.


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