Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera promotes skin regeneration and soothes wounds, burns, eczemas, psoriasis, acne and hematomas. It is recommended after sun bathing, shaving or waxing and is antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal.

Almonds contain vitamin E, an antioxidant which helps prevent cell damage and damage caused by the sun’s rays. Almond milk is rich in proteins and vitamins and helps hydrate and soften the skin.

The antioxidants and phytochemicals found in blueberries help to neutralize free radicals, which might otherwise damage skin cells, leaving your skin with a younger and softer look and feel. 

Calendula helps reduce pain, swelling and inflammation and treats poorly healing wounds and leg ulcers.

Chamomile is useful for skin conditions such as contact dermatitis or eczema.

Cocoa will moisturise and nourish the skin. Its antioxidants protect your skin from free radical damage; keeping it soft and supple.

Cinnamon softens the skin and helps remove dry patches and fight impurities. It is perfect for hydrating, softening, nourishing and protecting your skin leaving it soft and firm. It also exfoliates, soothes and revives the skin.

Coconut is a great skin softener and exfoliated. It boosts circulation and removes dead skin cells. The restructuring properties of coconut oil tone, moisturize, soothe and protect the skin and can even its tone. Its is also very good for acne, psoriasis, and eczema, where its proteins treat the infection by battling the microbial bodies and heals any damage or visible marks.

Coffee  isan anti-inflammatory. It will also help reduces cellulite, improve circulation, reduce puffiness around the eyes, and smooths the skin.

Gardeners Potpourri
Rich in vitamins and minerals, applied directly to the skin it will strengthen and exfoliate. Its  natural, anti-inflammatory compounds reduce the swelling from acne and remove dead skin cells which block pores.

Green Tea
Green tea is rich in anti-oxidants and can help delay skin ageing and prevent wrinkles. Its anti bacterial properties soothe skin irritations and help  prevent acne, leaving it feeling fresh and moisturised.

Honey is full of antioxidants, which are good for wrinkles and aging skin. It is antibacterial and helps with acne treatments and prevention.

Jojoba oil regenerates the cells of the epidermis, soothes the skin and provides it with moisture. It can also help eliminate blackheads and spots. It is further recommended during pregnancy as it improves elasticity of the skin and may therefore prevent stretch marks. Good also after shaving and waxing.

Kava Kava Root
Kava is applied to the skin for skin diseases including leprosy, to promote wound healing, and as a painkiller.

Lavender is great for the skin it works as an antiseptic and is anti-fungal which helps reduce scarring and speeds healing. The essential oil is also an anti-inflammatory and circulatory stimulant.Lavender contains tannins, which are antiseptic and wound-healing and protect the skin. Its essential oil gives it its calming and relaxing properties.

Lemon cleans the skin getting rid of acne, spots and all sorts of impurities our skin picks up daily. It also tightens up the skin, reduces wrinkles, giving it a glow. Due to its acidity however it must be used with caution.

Liquorice is bactericide and anti-inflammatory. It anti-oxidant properties  protect and regenerate the skin in cold weather.

Mint  acts as an anti-pruritic agent, which means its soothes and calms itchy or infected skin and helps heal bites from mosquitoes, wasps and bees. The vitamin A in it strengthens skin tissue and helps reduce oily skin.

The juice of the Noni (also called Indian Mulberry) promotes regeneration of the skin and soothes acne, psoriasis, eczemas, rashes and irritation. Also good for dry hands and rough patches.

Orange has antiseptic and calming properties and is good for relieving anxiety and nervousness. Orange calms the skin and provides it with moisture and valuable Vitamin C

Poppy seeds are effective in treating eczema due to their high content of linolenic acid. It also acts as an effective pain killer by relieving the pain caused by skin inflammation. Moreover it  a good moisturizer to provide you with smooth and soft skin as well as a clear and glowing complexion.

Propolis has antiviral, antibiotic , antiallergenic and analgesic properties. It is used to treat fungal infections, ulcers and wounds and has proved effective in the treatment of acne and psoriasis.

The antibacterial properties in rose petals make them excellent for fighting acne and breakouts. The petals can also soothe irritated skin and reduce its redness.

Rosehip is a very rich source of vitamins and minerals, especially in vitamins A, C and E.  Its natural oil helps in toning and firming of the skin, it evens the skin tone and the lovely rosehip smell aids relaxation.

Rosemary is rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds boosting the immune system and improving blood circulation. It moisturizes your skin and supports healthy collagen development to fight off skin-damaging free radicals. Rosemary is a great addition to your skincare routine Rosemary is anti-inflammatory, soothing and skin-improving. It is also used to treat muscle aches. Rosemary moisturizes your skin and supports healthy collagen development to fight off skin-damaging free radicals

Seaweed has an exfoliating effect and is used to treat cellulitis and fluid retention.

Shea Butter
Shea butter contains Vitamin F, which improves the elasticity of the skin and prevents desquamation and dryness. It soothes the skin and its pleasing smell relaxes. It is also an excellent cell regenerator and can prevent skin ageing and wrinkles.

Water Melon
The watermelon oil contained in this soap gives moisture, stabilizes the cell wall and calms and soothes the skin. The coconut oil in this soap contains lauric acid, a fatty acid, which has restructuring properties and gives the skin moisture, protection and softness.

Vanilla helps cleanse your skin, reducing the occurrence of pimples and acne. Rich in antioxidants it helps prevent and reverse skin damage caused by free radicals slowing down signs of ageing like fine lines, wrinkles and age spots. making your skin smooth and soft. It is also used to heal burns, wounds and cuts.  And as a good source of B-vitamins like niacin, thiamin, Vitamin B6 and pantothenic acid it is importasnt for maintenance of healthy skin.