Soothing floral fusion of Rose Petal, Chamomile, Geranium and Ylang-Ylang to calm and rejuvenate skin.
Gentle oats to exfoliate and hydrate your skin for a smoother complexion.
Activate the clay minerals and nutrient-dense plant ingredients in the powder cleanser with water for the freshest and most potent cleanse.
Potent plant-based antioxidants, anti-inflammatory compounds that help rejuvenate and revitalise your skin's appearance. Leaves your skin feeling supple, smooth and soft.
Waterless cleanser that’s sustainable and inspired by traditional herbal cleansing rituals.
Gentle and kind enough for daily use.
Suitable for all skin types and particularly beneficial for dry skin. An effective yet non-irritating way to cleanse your face for both morning and night.
- 100% Natural Ingredients
- 100% Biodegradable
- Waterless Cleanser
- Ethically Sourced
- Cruelty Free
- SLS Free
- Preservative Free
- Gentle Formula
How To Use: Place a small amount of the powder facial cleanser in one hand. Add a few drops of water onto the powder with your other hand. Using your fingertips, mix to form a paste. Apply the cleanser to your face and rinse. Keep in a dry place and away from humidity.
Organic Rose Petal Powder
Rose petal powder has various antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties that calm the skin. These properties also improve the moisture content in the skin for a rejuvenated fresh appearance. Roses have a long history in herbal therapies within the Middle East, Asia and Europe. The famous Persian physician Ibn Sina (Avicenna) is credited with perfecting the distillation of rose oil during the Middle Ages and popularising rose for its fragrance and therapeutic purposes. In the Levant region, the rose is regarded as ‘the queen of flowers’.
Organic Chamomile Powder
Chamomile is a popular flower with a reputation for softening properties and maintaining moisturised skin. The main constituents in chamomile function as antioxidants which include phenolic compounds, primarily the flavonoids apigenin, quercetin, patuletin, luteolin, and their glucosides. The presence of these powerful antioxidants gives chamomile its potent skin-soothing action, helps relieve skin inflammation and irritation, and reduces the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and scars. Ancient Greeks, Egyptians, and Romans all used chamomile flowers medicinally, particularly in wound healing and as a cold remedy among many other applications. Classical scholars would find abundant reference to Chamomile in the writings of ancient Greek physicians as a treatment for a wide variety of ailments. In the Unani tradition, chamomile is known as Gul-e-Babuna which has been used for various conditions due to its versatility.
Kaolin & Illite Clay
Kaolin clay is rich in silica and has a neutral pH. It is one of the softest and mildest forms of clay around. It contains minerals that can remove oil and dirt built up on the skin. They serve as cleansing and refreshing agents by absorbing impurities and reducing blemishes. Illite clay is able to calm skin. It acts as a magnet for impurities, stimulates blood flow to the skin, removes excess oils and exfoliates dead skin cells. Both clays are gentle and are perfect for mild cleansing. Clay therapies have been used by many human civilisations throughout history. The Ancient Egyptians, Greeks & Romans all used clay for cleansing rituals. Ayurveda and Unani therapies have always valued clays for purifying the skin.
Organic Wholegrain Oats
Oats have gentle and hydrating properties that soften and soothe your skin. Oats contain a soluble fibre, beta-glucan, which naturally firms and lifts the skin in a way similar to hyaluronic acid. Oats are great for cleansing the skin due to the presence of saponins that provide gentle exfoliation. They are well documented for their moisturising, soothing, conditioning, and nourishing qualities. They significantly improve skin dryness and roughness. They also include a variety of antioxidants due to the presence of phenols including ferulic acid, caffeic acids and flavonoids. Oats are non-irritating and have low allergenic properties. Oats have a beauty tradition that goes back to ancient times. The Ancient Egyptians used oats to soothe inflamed skin. The Roman poet Ovid mentioned oats for their skin benefits in his writings. Middle Eastern women have used oat baths to prepare their skin for centuries.
Organic Jojoba Oil
Jojoba oil is a liquid wax ester similar to the oils our skin produces. It is a very gentle oil that also suits sensitive skin. It helps hydrate very dry skin as well as improve oil production in the skin. It is very absorbent and has a light texture that easily penetrates the upper layers of the skin and therefore effectively delivers the nutrients needed for healthy-looking skin. Jojoba oil was traditionally used by the O’odham Native American tribe for treating their skin and hair. Mexico also has a tradition that values the use of Jojoba oil for beautiful hair and skin.
Organic Bourbon Geranium Rose Essential Oil
The bourbon geranium rose is gently steam-distilled using its flowers and leaves to extract its floral fragrant oil. It has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties to reduce skin redness and leaves the skin with a rejuvenated appearance. The bourbon variety differs from other geranium oils in scent and is the preferred scent of many aromatherapists. In the practice of aromatherapy, geranium rose is considered to have a mood-enhancing scent creating a calming effect. The geranium rose is native to the perennial shrubs found in South Africa. It was first distilled and used by European herbalists in the 17th century and then cultivated in different regions around the world.
Organic Ylang-Ylang Essential Oil
The Ylang-Ylang flower is gently steam distilled using the plant’s star-shaped flowering part to extract its sweet fragrant oil. Ylang-Ylang has anti-inflammatory and soothing properties and prevents breakouts. In the practice of aromatherapy, Ylang-Ylang is considered a relaxing and stress relieving scent. The Ylang-Ylang flower’s native home is in the tropical rainforests of the Philippines, Indonesia, Comoros, and Polynesia. It has been used for its fragrance and medicinal properties in Indonesian and Philippino traditions. The Indonesians regard Ylang-Ylang as a sensual fragrance and sprinkle Ylang-Ylang flowers on the bed of newlyweds. In the Philippines, Ylang-Ylang has been traditionally used to heal skin injuries.
Organic Jojoba Oil
Jojoba oil is a liquid wax ester similar to the oils our skin produces. It is a very gentle oil that also suits sensitive skin. It helps hydrate very dry skin as well as improve oil production in the skin. It is very absorbent and has a light texture that easily penetrates the upper layers of the skin and therefore effectively delivers the nutrients needed for healthy-looking skin. Jojoba oil was traditionally used by the O’odham Native American tribe for treating their skin and hair. Mexico also has a tradition that values the use of jojoba oil for beautiful hair and skin.
Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate
An effective surfactant that provides a mild and gentle cleanse. Sodium cocoyl isethionate is naturally derived from fatty acids extracted from coconut oil and approved for organic formulas. This beautiful surfactant produces a stable, rich and velvety lather without dehydrating your skin due to its mild properties and is 100% biodegradable. The early forms of surfactants go back to the Babylonians, who began the development of hard soaps. It was the ancient Levantines that developed plant-based soap made from plant oils and herbs, and by the 12th century formed a soap industry in the Middle East.
Full Ingredient List:
Kaolin, Chamomilla Recutita Flower, Avena Sativa Kernel Flour, Rosa Centifolia Flower Powder, Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Simmondsia Chinensis Seed Oil, Illite, Pelargonium Graveolens Leaf Oil, Cananga Odorata Flower Oil *Citronellol *Geraniol,*Linalol, *Benzyl Benzoate, *Benzyl Salicylate *Naturally occurring in essential oils.