Patchouli oil is used to treat a variety of skin conditions such as dry, chapped skin, itching, eczema and acne. Its anti-inflammatory properties help soothe irritation. In addition to that, patchouli oil also helps tighten the skin.
Peppermint oil is best known for its soothing, cooling properties and is often mixed with lotions to lend them antiseptic and antimicrobial properties. It helps control oil production in the skin.
Rose water is widely used for its refreshing, cooling and instantly rejuvenating properties. It soothes the skin and is often used as a toner.
The oil of the rosemary herb is used to help aide hair growth. It soothes the scalp and acts as a natural hair darkener by reversing premature greying. It also unclogs hair follicles and helps eliminate dandruff.
Saffron contains skin lightening properties that help even out the skin tone and improve your complexion. It’s also anti-fungal and helps reduce acne.
Sandalwood being an antiseptic agent fights acne-causing bacteria, soothes sunburn and inflammation and reduces the signs of ageing. It also heals dry skin.
Seaweed is packed with amino acids, vitamins, minerals and antibacterial properties that fight acne and signs of ageing. It’s supremely hydrating and improves the texture of the skin.
Shea butter is extremely hydrating thanks to its rich fatty acid content. Continued use of shea butter also reduces scars and helps the skin heal faster. It’s recommended for extremely dry and dehydrated skin.
Soya bean extract
Organic soya bean extract reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and slows down the process of ageing. It contains phytoestrogens that help produce estrogen in the body, one of the hormones responsible for your skin’s elasticity.
Swiss Ice Wine
Swiss ice wine is made with grapes that are left on the vine so that they can freeze naturally. The juice works as an astringent on the face and also creates a lifting effect that makes the skin appear smoother and more youthful.