Squalane, Rose-hip, Jojoba + Vitamin C 

(all our ingredients are on the front of the bottle)

Why it makes your skin glow

 S Q U A L A N E

(hydrates plumps and softens the skin)

Squalane oil helps to boost blood circulation, which promotes the formation of collagen for firmer, plumper skin and an instant skin glow


Because the body produces this substance naturally, the skin readily receives the oil and while it does provide superior hydration, it’s lightweight enough for all skin types and will never feel heavy or greasy on the skin.

 Similar to your own skin

Because its molecular structure is so close to the skin’s own, squalane oil penetrates deep into the pores where it targets your skin care concerns at a cellular level.

 Fights Ageing

Squalane oil fights off skin-damaging free radicals that contribute to the signs of ageing. It has powerful anti-aging properties and will help the skin age gracefully

 Fights Acne and skin conditions

Squalane oil balances oil production, providing just enough moisture to keep the skin clear and healthy it also has anti-inflammatory benefits to help with skin conditions such as acne and eczema.



V I T A M I N  C

(fights signs of ageing, evens skin tone and enhances skin radiance)

 Fights lines and wrinkles

When it comes to fine lines, wrinkles and other signs of your skin’s wear and tear, vitamin C is one of the best defences we have. Research shows this nutrient helps protect against skin damage and aids in skin regeneration by neutralising free radicals.

Revitalises sun-damaged skin

Prolonged sun exposure does a number on the skin — flakiness, discoloured patches (sunspots), rough areas, rosacea, etc. Topically applying a daily vitamin C can significantly improve skin appearance, including fine lines, roughness, and evens skin tone.

Hydrates thirsty skin

With the average adult carrying 2 square metres of skin on their body, this organ is certainly thirsty — and we’re not talking about looking for attention.

Comprising of 64 percent water, your skin needs to be kept hydrated. Vitamin C is  one of the most powerful defences we have against dehydrated skin. It also helps your skin retain water, preventing it from becoming too dry or oily.

Improves elasticity

Topical vitamin C has been shown to encourages collagen production, a naturally occurring protein in our body that helps give skin that tight, plump look.

Since the body naturally makes less and less collagen as it ages, using an ingredient like vitamin C can help slow down the ageing process.

Helps reduce inflammation

While many causes require medication to ease their effects, studies show topical vitamin C to be effective in relieving signs associated with inflammatory skin conditions, such as acne, dermatitis and psoriasis.

Eases hyperpigmentation

Hyperpigmentation refers to dark patches of skin, caused when the body produces too much melanin (the pigment that gives your skin its colour).

Topically applying vitamin C has been shown to decreases hyperpigmentation, as it inhibits production of tyrosinase, an enzyme that contributes to melanin production.

 Aids healing

As if it didn’t already boast enough superpowers, vitamin C has been proven beneficial in helping repair wounds.

This is thought to be as a result of its ability to increase the movement and number of fibroblasts in our skin — the connective tissue cells that are key to the healing process.



R O S E H I P 

(improves moisture and collagen levels, while reducing wrinkles)

 Treating Wrinkles

Rose hip oil is packed with beauty essentials like anti-inflammatory, fatty acids and vitamins A and C.

"These ingredients allow rose hip oil to treat signs of ageing and pigmentation, hydrate skin and repair damaged skin. It provides a strong protective antioxidant boost — all without the oily feel of a traditional liquid oil," says Sonam Yadav, MD, cosmetic dermatologist.

Brightening Skin

The astringent properties in rose-hip oil help tighten your pores and brighten your skin, so adding rose hip oil to your skincare routine is great if your face needs a little brightening up.

Evening Out Skin Tone

Supermodel Miranda Kerr swears by rose hip oil and uses it every night to help her skin stay even and flawless. Another purported fan: the Duchess of Cambridge, a.k.a., Kate Middleton..Kate uses rose hip oil in her daily skincare routine and she loves the effect it has on her skin.

Firming Skin

Rose hip oil may help your skin regain elasticity if you’ve noticed some sagging lately. A few drops to your face in the morning and again just before bed to help with fresh, younger-looking skin.

Fading Scars

The ultimate beauty ingredient trio — anti-inflammatory fatty acids and vitamins A and C — make this oil a potential solution for fading any facial scars or unsightly marks such as acne scarring. 



J O J O B A 

(helps prevent acne, it also soothes and softens the skin leaving you with a healthy glow).

 Treating and preventing Acne

Clinical trials indicate that jojoba oil can help keep acne at bay. Jojoba oil has soothing anti-inflammatory agents, healing properties, is moisturising and is a natural antimicrobial.

These properties suggest that jojoba oil could help you avoid breakouts as well as promote healing for mild acne


Jojoba oil is a humectant ingredient, this means that it works to seal your skin with a protective barrier to keep it from losing moisture. This may help prevent bacterial infections, acne, and dry skin from forming.

 Controls sebum production

Jojoba oil regulates sebum production because it’s so similar to the sebum that your body produces naturally.

When you put jojoba oil on your skin, your skin is soothed and moisturised. This sends a signal to your hair and sweat follicles that your skin doesn’t need additional sebum for hydration.

This keeps skin from looking oily and helps prevent acne caused by clogged pores.

Promotes collagen synthesis

The antioxidants in jojoba oil can help your body produce collagen. Collagen is a protein that’s in your skin. Collagen levels decrease as you get older. This is part of the reason your facial structure changes as you age. Studies show links to antioxidants such as a Jojoba oil applied to the skin can improved collagen synthesis.

Wound healing and appearance of scars

Jojoba oil is a promising ingredient in stimulating wound healing. Preliminary research shows that jojoba oil encourages your skin cells to bind together after they’ve been separated by a scratch or cut.

This may also be the reason for its ability to treat acne and acne scarring. These wound-healing properties could be connected to jojoba oil’s concentration of natural vitamin E.


'We promise to only use natural ingredients in our products

that assist your skins natural ability to create exactly

what it needs for a dewy, glowing complexion'.