Ingredients Glossary

Our Good For You Ingredients:

Avocado Oil Deeply moisturising – Skin strengthening – Repairs and protects
Cehami Extract Skin renewal – Hydration – Anti-inflammatory
Green Tea Antioxidant – Anti-ageing properties
Jojoba Esters Moisturising and Nourishing properties
Jojoba Oil Hypoallergenic – Powerful antioxidant – Restores skin elasticity
Kakadu Plum Powerful antioxidant – World’s highest concentration of Natural Vitamin C
Kaolin Clay Purifies – Eliminates toxins and oils – Nourishes and soothes
Lilly Pilly Antioxidant – Source of Vitamin C
Oat Extract Anti-inflammatory that calms and hydrates
Papaya Leaf Extract Refreshes and stimulates the skin
Quandong Stronger antioxidant than Vitamin E – Gently exfoliates the skin
Shea Butter Deeply moisturizing – Skin strengthening – Repairs and protects
Vitamin A Moisturises and rejuvenates – Anti-inflammatory
Vitamin C Moisturises and rejuvenates – Anti-inflammatory
Vitamin E Moisturises and rejuvenates – Anti-inflammatory

Ingredients We Do Not Use:

Bismuth Oxychloride Combination of bismuth, a by-product of lead and copper metal refining, chloride (chlorine compound) and water. It is commonly used in makeup as it provides a good dermal adhesion that enables makeup to stay on the skin for long periods of time. Its unique crystalline structure that can get stuck in pores may cause skin reactions.
Parabens Chemically derived preservative agents commonly used in cosmetics.
PEGs Petroleum derived compounds used in cosmetics as thick- eners and solvents.
Phenoxyethanol Chemically derived preservative agent commonly used in cosmetics as a replacement for parabens.
Phthalates Chemically derived compounds used in cosmetics as solubulizers.
Silicones Chemically derived from silica (sand is a silica), their unique fluid properties give them a great deal of slip. They sit in a layer on top of the skin keeping in moisture, but also sebum, dirt and bacteria that may already be on the skin. That is why it is common to hear people say that silicones in products cause them to break out.
Siloxanes Silicon-based compounds used in cosmetics as softeners.
Sulphates Chemically derived ingredients commonly used in personal care products as emulsifiers.
Talc Also known as Talcum Powder, it is commonly used in cos- metics as an anti-caking agent and a moisture absorbant. It can irritate the skin if applied on the face too often.
Triclosans Chemically derived antimicrobial ingredient commonly used in personal care products.