We carefully source our ingredients from suppliers who hold organic certification (of which we maintain a copy for our records). 

Our creams and balms are totally waterless and free from synthetic preservatives, making them highly concentrated and effective even when used in small amounts. Take a look at the ingredient list on most other creams and lotions on the market and you'll see that water or 'aqua' is listed as the number one ingredient. More often than not, this is added to bulk up products and make them cheap to produce, yet you end up needing to use more to make them effective.

Please note the below information is for educational purposes only and is in no way meant to cure or prevent skin conditions or diseases. If you or your baby has a history of skin allergies or reactions we recommend you consult a medical practitioner prior to use.


Apricot oil

A wonderful oil to add moisture to the skin, apricot oil is anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and helps to soothe irritation. The high Gamma Linoleic Acid (GLA) content helps to maintain and balance moisture, and tone and firm the skin.


Avocado oil

Avocado oil helps to increase collagen production as well as effectively treat skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis. It also facilitates the healing of wounds and burns.



Containing Vitamin A, beeswax is highly effective at locking in moisture and promoting cell development. Unlike artificial and often petroleum-based ingredients added to many skin care products beeswax remains biologically active, helping to soothe irritated skin and provide anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory benefits.


Bergamot essential oil

Anti-depressant, stimulant, disinfectant, relaxant. Soothes nerves and reduces anxiety and stress. Can stimulate the activity of certain hormones in the body which induce feelings of relaxation and sedation.



Calendula has antibacterial, anti-fungal and antiviral properties. Promoting collagen production, calendula helps reduce scarring. It also helps soothe sore, inflamed and itchy skin, making it beneficial for conditions such as eczema and irritated skin.


Castile soap

An ultra-mild, fragrance-free liquid soap. Completely biodegradable and vegetable based, this is a great alternative to more harsh ingredients often used in body washes.


Castor oil

Naturally astringent, castor oil is helpful in pulling impurities from the skin. It fights infection by inhibiting growth of bacteria and fungi. It also has anti-viral properties.



With strong antibacterial, anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory properties, chamomile is safe and effective for use in skin care for even the newest of little ones. It helps ease upset stomachs, colic, heartburn, nausea and vomiting in infants, as well as improve inflammation, eczema and other skin conditions. It also works well as a sedative and sleep aid.


Clary sage essential oil

Encourages more effective contractions in labour and can help restore hormonal balance post-natally. Boosts confidence and mental strength and acts as a sedative for tense nerves. Facilitates birth and helps breathing by calming the lower part of the spinal cord and the nervous system.


Cocoa butter

Cocoa butter adds moisture to the skin, and is effective in treating skin conditions including stretch marks, scarring, eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, and skin discolouration. Containing natural antioxidants and high in Vitamin E, it is well known for it's healing and moisturising properties.


Coconut oil

Coconut oil has anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, antioxidant and hydrating properties, making it an excellent moisturiser. It contains medium chain fatty acids, which help to repair and hydrate skin. 


Eucalyptus essential oil

Anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiseptic and decongestant, eucalyptus oil is effective in assisting respiratory problems such as colds, coughs, runny noses, bronchitis, sinusitis and nasal congestion.


Frankincense essential oil

Antiseptic, disinfectant, sedative. Helps to regulate oestrogen production in women and eases nausea, pain in the abdominal region, headache and fatigue. Assists in the healing of wounds and induces a feeling of mental peace and relaxation.


Geranium essential oil

Balances hormones, relieves stress and depression, reduces inflammation and irritation and improves circulation. Helps speed up the healing process of wounds, cuts and surgical incisions. Helps to fade scars and other spots on the skin and facilitates blood circulation.


Ginger essential oil

Antiseptic and anti-inflammatory. Used to treat stomach problems, nausea, motion sickness, vomitting, indigestion and menstrual disorders.


Jojoba oil

Jojoba oil is non-comedogenic, is great for sunburn, dry skin, psoriasis and other skin ailments, and it's also antibacterial and anti inflammatory.



Useful in easing nervous tension, relieving pain, and inducing sleep, lavender is well known for its calming and healing properties. It is also anti-bacterial, anti-viral, antiseptic, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory and decongestant. 


Lemon essential oil

Helps to remove mental fatigue, exhaustion, dizziness, anxiety, nervousness and nervous tension. It can also increase alertness and concentration. A wonderful booster for the immune system, it also helps to improve circulation.


Lime essential oil

Known for its disinfectant properties, lime essential oil is also an antidepressant and can reduce pain in the muscles and joints. It can also be used to cure infections and protect against their development. Helping to support digestion, it is effective in treating nausea and flatulence.


Oat bran

Helping to cleanse, soften, calm and nourish the skin, oat bran has anti-inflammatory properties that make it beneficial in treating a variety of skin conditions including eczema and rashes. 


Olive oil

Containing antioxidants including Vitamin E, polyphenols and phytosterols, olive oil helps smooth and restore skin. 


Peppermint essential oil

Helps treat indigestion, headache, fever, nausea, stomach and bowel spasms and can relieve pain. It can also provide received from stress, depression and mental exhaustion.


Red mandarin essential oil

Acts as a sedative for inflammation and nervous disturbances and helps maintain the acid and base balance in the stomach, helping to ease nausea and vomiting. Relieves gas, bloating, pain and flatulence.



The natural oils in rose help to maintain moisture in the skin. Rich in Vitamin C and other antioxidants, boosting collagen production and strengthen skin cells and tissue. Helping to cleanse the skin, rose also acts to relieve skin inflammation.


Sesame oil

Sesame oil is not only a wonderful moisturiser, but it helps to slow down skin ageing and repair damaged skin cells. It can help to remove toxins, and with its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and anti-fungal properties it is useful in clearing skin blemishes.


Shea butter

Naturally rich in Vitamins A, E and F, shea butter provides skin with essential fatty acids and nutrients beneficial in the production of collagen. Helping to add moisture, smooth skin and reduce inflammation it is effective in treating dry skin, stretch marks, rashes, eczema, muscle aches, and dermatitis.


Spearmint essential oil

Helps relax the intestines and muscles of the abdomen region, and can relieve nausea and fatigue. It also has antibacterial, anti fungal and antiviral properties.


Sunflower oil

Sunflower oil is high in Vitamin E, and rich in Vitamins A, C and D. The presence of healthy carotenoids and waxes help form a protective barrier on the skin. Being naturally emollient, sunflower oil improves your skin’s moisture retention capacity and is beneficial for those with dry, dehydrated or sensitive skin.


Sweet orange essential oil

A natural sedative, orange essential oil helps alleviate anxiety, stress, anger and depression. Provides effective relief from inflammation and can act as a diuretic, helping the body to eliminate toxins.


Tea tree essential oil

Antibacterial, antimicrobial, antiseptic, antiviral and decongestant, tee tree is helpful in treating insect bites, skin rashes, wounds, colds and coughs, and other respiratory issues.


Vegetable glycerine

Vegetable glycerine is helpful in retaining moisture in the skin. It has antibacterial properties that can help protect the skin from infection, and it can ease the discomfort associated with eczema and psoriasis.