All our ingredients explained


Each ingredient in our unique formula carefully plays its own role to help protect you and look after your skin. All our ingredients are natural in origin and we'd like to share them with you. You'll see we don't have any complex chemical names which usually indicates it is something artificial and unnatural. 

Read on more to know about our full ingredients listing


Our alcohol used is 70% in strength and is derived from natural organic sugar canes. This is the most natural type of alcohol available which effectively kills germs and a number of viruses. 70% is also well within the range of strength recommended by the WHO. 


Distilled Water
Pure Distilled water is used to dilute our Bio-Alcohol down to 70% to provide optimal strength for hand sanitising purposes.


Our glycerine is derived from vegetable. Glycerine acts like a sponge and draws more moisture to itself. It can also help to slow down the evaporation of water from the skin which helps to keep the skin moist and hydrated during winter. 

During winter, humidity levels drop and cold air can cause moisture in your skin to evaporate quickly, resulting in making your skin dry, cracked and flaky. Glycerine helps to protect the skin from the effects of the wind or dry air.


Natural Vitamin E
Vitamin E makes an excellent moisturiser for dry skin and can protect your skin from damage caused by free radicals. It is also effective at reducing UV damage to the skin. We use this so your hands stay hydrated. 


Tea Tree Oil
Tea Tree oil originates from the leaves of Melaleuca alternifolia, which is a small tree native to Queensland and New South Wales in Australia.

Tea tree oil has been used for centuries by the Aborigines by crushing the leaves to extract the oil which is then inhaled to help treat coughs and colds, or rubbed onto the skin for healing.

Tea tree has been shown to kill several common bacteria and viruses including E. Coli, S. Pneumonia and H. Influenza. It is a natural antiseptic and can be used to treat and disinfect minor cuts and scrapes.

This amazing natural oil can also help to repel insects and have been found to be more effective than  commercial insect repellents.


Eucalyptus Australiana
Native to Australia, Eucalyptus trees are one of the most recognised of species, and is widely used for their medicinal properties. 

Eucalyptus oil is used as an antiseptic on the skin to fight inflammation and promote skin healing. It can also help to cure a cough, inhaling the vapour can loosen mucus.



Lavender oil has antifungal properties and reduces inflammation to the skin. It is commonly used to control eczema and reduce redness and irritation on the skin. Lavender oil can help to relieve pain and has a slightly numbing effect to soothe inflammation. 

Lavender also smells amazing and is famously known to provide a calming effect.  




Also known as the King of essential oils, this centuries old oil is great for oily skin and acne. It helps to soothe and reduce inflammation, and capable of killing bacteria. Frankincense also helps to reduce wrinkles and stimulates cell regeneration. 


Lemongrass is a topical grassy plant which has a powerful citrus scent. It is used as a natural remedy to heal wounds and help prevent infections. Research has shown that lemongrass essential oil is effective against skin infections and has both anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, helping to fight off free radicals that damage cells. 

The scent also helps to relieve stress and anxiety. 


Sweet Orange 

Sweet orange oil is helpful to refresh and uplight your senses. It is commonly used to soothe irritated and dry skin, and helps to ease inflammations.



Peppermint has a fresh, pleasing scent and is helpful to soothe itchy skin. It also has mild antimicrobial properties and studies have shown it to be effective against different types of bacteria and fungi. 



Juniper berry

Juniper berries have a lovely woody and spicy aroma. The essential oil has a calming effect and can be used to diffuse and cleanse the air. When applied to the skin, Juniper Berry oil can act as a natural skin toner and reduces the appearance of skin blemishes.


 Sweet Marjoram

Sweet Marjoram oil has a warm, herbaceous woody aroma. It helps to provide a soothing and calming effect. Marjoram also has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory oils, and help to prevent cell damage caused by free radicals. 


Fir Needle

Fir needle has a green, woody fresh aroma, and is notable for its uplifting and clearing scent. Fir Needle oil also reduces inflammation and can ease symptoms of acne, eczema and rosacea.




Patchouli has a woody, sweet and spicy aroma. It has a number of uses including helping to treat various skin conditions such as dermatitis and dry, cracked skin. This helps our sanitiser to keep your skin hydrated.



Cinnamon has a spicy and sweet aroma which helps to relax people.