A light lotion to protect and hydrate all skins. Marula oil contains highly effective antioxidants and is rich in essential omega fatty acids.
Microbiome - this lotion contains prebiotics to feed beneficial microbes at the expense of pathogens. A probiotic extract is added to shift microbial populations in your favour. It is also balanced at pH 4,5 to favour the growth of synergistic species.
Active treatment - perfect for summer months and humid conditions or for skin which doesn't suffer from severe dryness. Kigelia is known to repair sun damage. Marula oil contains highly effective antioxidants and is rich in omega 6 essential fatty acids, healing and deeply hydrating the skin. Kigelia helps prevent uneven pigmentation, lighten and brighten the skin and has a firming effect.
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Free from chemical ingredients and preservatives that cause DNA mutations, endocrine disruption and cancer
A Proudly South African product
Certified Organic - Ecocert
Cruelty-Free (BWC, PETA)
Recyclable glass packaging Community sourced ingredients:
Marula from Eudafano Women’s Cooperative
Fair Trade Rooibos from Heiveld Women’s Cooperative
Fair Trade Kigelia from the ZambeziValley
Manketti from sustainable harvest
community projects in Zambia and Angola
"Often alkyloamides (MEA, DEA, TEA, MIPA and PEG’s) are used as thickening agents, emollients and emulsifiers in moisturisers. They are manufactured by using fatty acids as the starting material. This is not considered toxic, however during this manufacturing process, can become contaminated with nitrosamines which are considered to be carcinogenic. Butylated hydroxianisole (BHA)/Butylated hydroxytoluene (BHT) are often added in as synthetic antioxidants in moisturisers. BHT is a suspected human carcinogen. BHA and BHT both act as a synthetic estrogen or xenoestrogen. Up to 13% of the BHT is absorbed through the skin. Another “nasty” that is often added to body lotions and creams is Disodium EDTA. This ingredient is often used in sprays, powders, body lotions and creams. This toxin is cytotoxic and weakly genotoxic (causing DNA mutations), although not carcinogenic. It has also shown to be a reproductive toxin. Oxybenzone is classified as a “chemical” sunscreen agent but is often added to help preserve the integrity of other cosmetic ingredients, preventing their deterioration under the sun. It can be found in body creams and lotions. Oxybenzone is a photocarcinogen, it has demonstrated an increase in the production of harmful free radicals and an ability to attack DNA cells. In short, we really should avoid using body creams and lotions that contain any of these chemicals (ref: www.ewg.com)".
All skin types
Use | Tips
Apply as an all over body moisturiser after bathing or showering