Our senses are connected.

A colour can look delicious, a sound sensual, and even an aroma can transport you. Our blends were formulated with this in mind. Each product is enriched with therapeutic aromas to enliven your senses and leave your mind, body and conscience cleansed.

The Botanical’s Cousins.

You will notice some technically-named ingredients, too. These natural, plant-based derivatives are either coconut by-products or elaborate names for potassium salts.

Caprylic Capric Triglycerides:
Coconut oil fatty acids. They are light,
silky oils that assist with absorption into the skin.

Glycerine is a vegetable-based humectant that both hydrates and protects skin and hair from irritants.

Cocamidopropyl Betaine:
A coconut oil derivative that helps water mix with oil and dirt to provide a deeper clean. It’s an emollient, emulsifier and moisturiser, too.

Glyceryl Stearate:
A combination of glycerin and stearic acid. A cream-colored, waxy substance that hydrates hair and skin.

Potassium Cocoate:
A potassium salt originating from coconut oil fatty acids. It’s a translucent pale-yellow liquid that contains glycerine. It’s a natural surfactant that helps remove dirt from pores when mixed with water.

Cocamide MEA:
Coconut oil fatty acids that help thicken, foam and emulsify our lotions.

Sodium Lauroyl Sarcosinate:
A derivative of sarcosine: a natural amino acid found in all biological material. In our case, coconut oil. It helps with foaming and conditioning.

Stearamidopropyl Dimethylamine Lactate:

A fatty salt used as a conditioning and antistatic agent in our hair lotions.

Vitamin E found in plants, seeds and nuts.
A powerful antioxidant and protector against pollution and UV. Full of antiaging properties.

Stearic Acid:
A fatty acid extracted from a palm kernel and soy. It helps water and oil mix so means less product separation. We’re trying to find alternatives to palm kernel but are sorry to say it’s harder than you might expect. Once we do, we’ll popularise it.

Sodium Hydroxide:
The most popular alkali in the world and our only inorganic ingredient. Sodium Hydroxide is used in the soap making process (saponification) as, in short, no sodium hydroxide, no soap. The soap doesn’t contain Sodium Hydroxide (it evaporates during the mix) – it’s just a necessary ingredient in (all) soap’s production.

PEG 100 Stearate:
A combination of coconut oil and stearic acid. It helps water mix with oil and dirt to provide a deeper clean. It’s an emollient, emulsifier and moisturiser, too.