Kakadu Plum

Protects the skin against free radical damage. Assists in maintaining collagen production. Wild harvested in the tropical Kakadu area of Northern Australia. Rich source of antioxidant compounds with a rich mixture of phenolic compounds, high levels of vitamin C, E, folate, and lutein. It also contains essential minerals like Magnesium, Calcium, Zinc and Iron¹.

Source: ¹ Konczak, I & Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation (Australia) 2009, Health benefits of Australian native foods : an evaluation of health-enhancing compounds, Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation, Barton, A.C.T

Tea Tree

A natural anti-bacterial known for its purity. With a long history of usage by the Bundjalung aboriginals in sub-tropical northern NSW, Australia. Sourced from small growers in the original Bungwalbin area. For more detailed information visit the Australian Tea Tree Industry Association website -


Known for its antioxidant (more than Blueberry¹) and antibacterial properties. Native to southern Australia including the arid interior.


A rich nourishing oil known for its moisturising properties. Macadamia oil is prized for containing more than 20% of omega-7 palmitoleic acid, a beneficial fatty acid found in human tissues.


Powerful skin-lightening and whitening agent with antioxidant properties. It effectively inhibits the enzyme tyrosinase that is responsible for the production of melanin.

Yucca cactus

Removes excess dirt and sebum, a natural foaming agent.

Australian Desert Lime

Wild harvested in the semi arid regions of Queensland, New South Wales and South Australia. A fragrant citrus with antioxidant properties. 


Provides the highest natural occurring form of Salicylic Acid. It aids in gently eliminating bacteria causing acne and other skin irritations. It works by causing the cells of the epidermis to shed more readily, preventing pores from clogging and allowing room for new cell growth.