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Best Natural Ingredients For Your Skincare Routine

Taking care of your skin has come leaps and bounds in recent years, however, with so many different products out there, it can get extremely tricky to navigate. One thing is for sure: the push for ‘natural’ products is at an all-time high, and why not? Products that haven’t been produced in a lab, are not synthetic, have zero parabens and are ultimately going to heal any damage or maintain healthy skin sound pretty good to us!

However, in terms of knowing what is the best, we are here to explain the ingredients and recommend some fun and unique products that you may be yet to discover.

Coconut Oil 

The benefits of using this versatile ingredient include strengthening underlying epidermal tissue, removing dead skin cells, protecting us from sunburns, and containing anti-bacterial, -viral, -fungal and anti-oxidant properties. Coconut oil can be ingested and used in your cooking, for which the benefits include balancing hormones, nourishing your gut and increasing digestive function. It can also be used externally on the body as a moisturiser, cleanser and to improve the health of your skin and hair.


Tonik Coconut Oil Capsules


Tasman Pepper Leaf

 

Native rainforest extract from the Tasmanian pepper fruit helps inhibit the skin discomfort sensor and reduces inflammation. Tasman pepper leaf helps reduce the appearance of skin redness and provides immediate relief of itching and irritation, which can be rubbed on the skin before shaving.


Hunter Lab Cleansing Shave Foam


Shea Butter 

Shea butter has been used throughout Africa as a natural skin care product for hundreds of years and it is still largely made and exported today. It is an excellent moisturising option for dry skin types and is inexpensive yet effective at reducing flaking, redness or peeling. Shea butter is extremely hydrating and can also be used to treat itchy skin.


S.W. Basics Cream


Violet Leaf Extract 

Violet itself has long been used as a form of cancer treatment, and when ingested it is helpful in lowering cholesterol. High in vitamin A and C, Violet Leaf can also be used topically to treat skin conditions such as acne, psoriasis, skin ruptures and similar skin ailments.


Hunter Lab Cleansing Facial Scrub


Tea Tree Oil 

Tea tree oil has been used in Australia for many years to fight breakouts and inflammation of the skin. Tea tree oil can work as a natural anti-inflammatory, -bacterial, -microbial and anti-fungal. It has phytochemicals that make it one of the most versatile and popular natural skin care essential oils available.


The Body Shop Tea Tree Skin Clearing Facial Wash 


Activated Charcoal 

Activated charcoal has powerful toxin-clearing properties, which allows for healing and makes it suitable for many uses. This deeply cleansing extract helps heal skin blemishes by drawing dirt, oil, bacteria and micro-particles to the surface for easy washing away.


Hunter Lab Mud Mask 


Raw Honey 

Raw Honey is different to what you can get in the supermarket and has many health benefits, including reducing breakouts, providing moisturising properties, containing antiseptic qualities, encouraging wound healing, fighting allergies or rashes, as well as helping to reduce scars.


Farmacy Honey Potion


Passionfruit Seed Oil 

Also known as maracuja oil, this wonder oil is rich in vitamin A, B, C, calcium and phosphorus, and is packed with antioxidants and essential fatty acids. Passionfruit seed oil also contains anti-inflammatory and healing properties to help facilitate the repair of skin damaged from acne, ageing or sun exposure.


Hunter Lab Peptide Anti-Ageing Elixir


Aloe Vera 

The benefits of aloe vera can be obtained from using it both externally and internally, as it can decrease the number and size of tumours and parasites in the liver, spleen and bone marrow when ingested. Used externally, aloe has been known to reduce inflammation, itching, redness and other skin diseases.


Innisfree Aloe Revital Sleeping Pack


Avocado Oil 

Avocado oil is rich in many nutrients craved by the body, such as vitamin A and D, lecithin and potassium. It’s a fantastic dry-skin moisturising oil that helps with skin conditions such as eczema and assists in the treatment of climate-damaged, parched, undernourished or ageing skin.


Pinot Grape Skin Body Scrub


 

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