Odour Profile: Sweet plum note
Found in: Advanced Day Creme
Kakadu Plum extract is a natural active, compound containing one of the highest sources of Vitamin C, packed with powerful polyphenols and their derivatives. Kakadu plum (also known as Gubinge, Billygoat Plum or Murunga) is a native tree from Australia, the fruit is wild harvested by indigenous communities exclusively in the Kimberleys, Northern territory and Arnhem land.
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*Photo courtesy of Kakadu Plum Co
Botany Essentials was recently named Best Organic Skin Care Manufacturer in LUX Life’s 2018 Health, Beauty and Wellness Awards! Co-owner and co-founder Celestine Hade sat down with LUX Life to discuss Botany Essentials’ journey and why consumers are embracing our premium product range.
Is your skin screaming out for hydration, moisturisation and rejuvenation?
Winter has hit in Australia and our bodies are experiencing a dramatic shift in the weather – out is the hot and dry, in is the damp and cool. Your skin is excused if it is feeling a little dull, and frankly, confused! We have a pick-me-up just for your skin – a skin care routine that will keep your skin glowing through the cooler months and help it cope with the changes in season.
Manuka Honey offers an amazing range of phyto-compounds targeting skin and hair conditioning, whitening/brightening, anti-aging and acne. Manuka Honey is extracted from the hives of bees that have harvested pure nectar from the Leptospermum Scoparium, native to the pristine forests of New Zealand.
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‘Bad skin’ is a cause of concern for many of us and the effects of bad skin can have ripple on consequences. Is a skin care regime a waste of time? Should you opt for a natural option or do you need something more harsh in order to see the benefits? What else could be contributing to skin issues? These questions are best asked in consultation with a dermatologist. But for now, let’s debunk a few myths…
We are all subject to stress in our lives. Stress can be fleeting or long-lasting, stable or fluctuating, crippling or subtle. What makes it all the more challenging is that stress affects people in different ways and therefore it can be difficult to identify.
Research shows that skin is a stress perceiver and a target of stress responses. As the largest organ of the body, skin plays important barrier and immune functions, maintaining homeostasis between external environment and internal tissues.
Skin issues such as aging and inflammation are common response to stress. To combat this we’ve put together a menu of products to help save your skin.