Our Formulas

Every ingredient that we include in our products is there for a specific reason - either to nourish, heal, restore, protect, moisturise, treat, balance, hydrate, boost, improve or condition.

Most of our products are universal, multi-tasking and gender neutral. We do not concentrate so much on the “ritual” as we do on the end result, since we believe that giving your skin the best treatment is what matters most.

We have created products we love to use. We hope you will love them too.

Almond Oil

Almond Oil  is rich in Vitamin E, monounsaturated fatty acids, proteins, potassium and zinc. Naturally enriched with vitamins A and B, this miraculous oil seals the moisture in the skin and improves absorption without blocking the pores.


Robusta Coffee Beans

We use robusta coffee, as it has the highest caffeine content, which constricts blood vessels and reduces inflammation and redness. The antioxidants in caffeine fight free radicals which cause wrinkles, fine lines and loss of elasticity. Regular use reduces cellulite by dehydrating fatty cells.

Plum Oil

We use organic, virgin plum oil sourced in the south of France. It is very aromatic, with marzipan-like scent, this oil absorbs very fast leaving skin soft and not greasy. It is rich in oleic acid (60-80%), linoleic acid (15-25%), alpha tocopherols (vitamin E), vitamin B, pro-vitamin B5 (beta-carotene) and beta sito-sterols, giving it excellent moisturising properties.


Walnut Oil

Besides being a remedy for fungal infections, this oil has been recommended and used to fight wrinkles since the 17th century. It is very rich in minerals, proteins and Omega-3 fatty acids. It's also high in antioxidants -- especially ellagic acid -- which counter the effects of free radicals, which accelerate aging.

Seaweed Powder

We use pure organic seaweed powder from Ireland. When applied to the skin, seaweed draws excess fluid and waste products and being rich in Vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6 & B12 it is a natural anti-inflammatory agent. It fights cellulite by making skin more supple and elastic.



It’s an excellent source of chlorophyll, vitamin A, vitamin C, and vitamin E, and contains 98 of 102 earth elements found in soil, including phosphorus, calcium, iron, magnesium, and potassium as well as essential enzymes and 19 amino acids. Wheatgrass can also be used to treat skin diseases such as psoriasis and eczema and treat skin blemishes and scars.


Turmeric has powerful antioxidant and healing properties and is efficient in treating skin disorders (acne,  eczema, rashes, redness inflammation and psoriasis) It reduces the amount of sebum secretion, controls the microbial growth on the skin, cleans up the pores and combats the reactive oxygen that harms the skin.



Brown sugar gives you younger and fresher looking skin by breaking down glue-bonded skin cells which supports cell turnover. It also helps to improve sun damage and offers support to aging cells. It is a natural humectant, drawing moisture from the environment and leaving it in your skin. While synthetic humectants can actually dry the skin in the long run, sugar will also deliver hydration and nutrients to the deeper levels.

Jojoba Oil

Derived from the seeds of Simmondsia chinensis plant, native to North America, this oil is the only botanical oil that produces wax esters. These wax esters have the same composition as skin wax esters, making jojoba oil most similar to human sebum and, in turn, when applied to skin it can help to reduce sebum production. In addition, jojoba oil is both antibacterial and antifungal and can effectively assist in the reduction of acne and breakouts by prohibiting bacteria growth.


Pomegranate Seed Oil

Contains an unique acid, called punicic acid (named after pomegranate or Punica Granatum). Besides brightening the skin and helping to combat UV damage, it can benefit all skin types as it absorbs easily and does not leave a greasy residue and does not clog pores. It helps with collagen production and promotes regeneration of the epidermis