Au(ssie) naturel

we donned those sexy cork hats in search of super-charged ingredients for our products. outback botanicals thrive in one of the world’s harshest climates—that’s what makes them oh so mighty.

click on a product below to learn more about its Aussie heroes.

kakadu plum

kakadu plum

native to: the top end of Northern Australia (the only place on earth it thrives naturally)

holy shit this bad boy is potent! as the highest known natural source of vitamin C (with 100 times more than an orange), it helps promote the production of collagen. it’s even antibacterial and anti-inflammatory. show off.

illawara plum

illawara plum

native to: sub-tropical eastern New South Wales and Queensland

this purple superfruit is practically dripping in anthocyanins. translation = it’s an antioxidant powerhouse used to protect you from those free radical bastards.

burdekin plum

burdekin plum

native to: north-eastern australia

the triple threat is here. this dreamboat is a high source of antioxidants, vit C and essential minerals like magnesium, calcium and zinc.

riberry

riberry

native to: sub-tropical rainforests on the east coast of Australia

all hail the skin-rejuvenating superberry. This summer shrub — which also goes by the cute name, lilly pilly — is high in vit C and fruit acids to visibly firm and brighten.

pepperberry

pepperberry

native to: mountainous, south-eastern lands of Australia

here to keep us sexy, pepperberry has unique antioxidants and actives which protect skin, strengthen capillaries and reduce vasodilatation and oedema (widening blood vessels and fluid retention that causes swelling). yep, real sexy.

muntari berry

muntari berry

native to: south-east coast of Australia

with gallic acid to boot, muntries are anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal and anti-viral. but don’t worry, they’re pro-skin, with natural waxes to nourish and flavone glycoside (a potent antioxidant) to protect.

papaya

papaya

native to: tropical islands and grown in Australia

papaya is to Aussie beauty, as water is to whales. a must-have. and as it’s loaded with vitamins A, B and C and nourishing nutrients, like magnesium and potassium, it’s no surprise really.

mango

mango

native to: tropical islands and grown in Australia

mango needs no introduction. not only is it a damn tasty summer staple, but it’s rich in vitamins and fatty acids for uber nourishment and protection.

pineapple

pineapple

native to: tropical islands and grown in Australia

great in a smoothie and in your hair, pineapple contains AHAs to condition and improve hair and scalp health. pineapple, we salute you.

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