Beauty Recipe Hand Wash Marshmallow
Our soothing, low foaming, silky soft conditioning recipe includes natural Australian ingredients and indulgent fragrances. It leaves skin smooth and well hydrated. A yummy blend of Australian goodness
Decyl Glucoside are reported to function as surfactants - cleansing agents. and as a skin coditioning agent.
Aloe Vera leaf Extract enhances the appearance of dry or damaged skin by reducing flaking and restoring suppleness.
Aloe is typically obtained from the leaves of aloe plants. Historically, it has been believed that Aloe improves wound-healing and skin inflammation.
Phenoxyethanol protects cosmetics and personal care products from spoilage it can also be found naturally in products such as green tea.
Macadamia Oil(Macadamia) Seed Oil Macadamia Integrifolia Seed Oil functions as a skin conditioner.
Macadamia nuts are native to Australia, but are now grown commercially in Hawaii.
Avocado Oil has excellent penetrating qualities, is rich, luxurious and nourishing. Avocado oil has a great natural hydrating ability as it is deeply absorbed by the layers of the skin. Because of its chemical properties and its ability to retain water, avocado oil acts as an emollient, and promotes soft and supple tissue.
Coca Butter may provide relief to exposed skin. It can also slows the loss of water from the skin by forming a barrier on the skin's surface.
Kakadu Plum Ext is known by a variety of names depending on location including gubinge, mardorr, kabiny, murunga, bush plum, billygoat plum and salty plum. It is found in open woodland across Northern Australia from the Kimberley to Darwin and in Queensland. It is wild harvested for use as in beauty products and increasingly for its functional properties. Kakadu plum has significant antioxidant capacities and contains high levels of vitamin C, vitamin E, lutein, folate and certain minerals (RIRDC 2009; Cunningham et al 2008).
Desert Lime Ext is also known as bush lime, wild lime or native cumquat and is found in semi-arid regions of south west Queensland, western NSW and South Australia. The fruit has a thin rind, is often seedless and can be used in cooking. Desert lime has high levels of vitamin C, folate and antioxidants (Konczak et al 2009).