The proof is in the ingredients


Checking the ingredients in your skincare is as important as checking what goes into the foods you eat. Organic and clean products contain ingredients that are super healthy for you, with a lot of good antioxidants that do wonders for your skin. The antioxidants in your food are important in skincare at all times as well.


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The high levels of plant-derived antioxidants protect and repair the skin from damage and premature ageing. It contains healthy omega-6 fatty acids which help to keep the skin looking vibrant, glowing and youthful.


Sunflower Oil

Contrary to popular opinion, this will not clog your pores and it is well-suited for various skin types — including acne-prone, dry, normal and oily. The vitamin E in sunflower oil has antioxidants that help with premature ageing and wrinkles, keeping your skin looking young and fresh.



Natural ingredients have great benefits including moisturising, reducing the signs of ageing, and containing Vitamin E and antioxidants. It also minimises breakouts, prevents dry and damaged skin.


Carrot Juice

Carrot juice helps to reduce and prevent acne for smoother skin. It contains high levels of vitamin C that work to stimulate collagen production and maintain skin elasticity. Prevents and Treats Sun Damage. It also contains antioxidant ingredients that can help combat sun damage.


(Imagine the combination of drinking fresh carrot juice and applying black girl sunscreen!!! The thought of how lovely and protected the skin will feel got us running to get a new juicer)


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Lemon juice naturally contains vitamin C, an antioxidant that helps reduce skin damage and premature ageing. Lemon contains acids that can naturally lighten the skin, including age spots and acne scars.



It helps remove impurities by cleansing it ready for the nutrients from your lotion or products and unclog pores for a fresh, bright complexion. It also leaves your skin looking moisturised and luminous.


Olive oil

It contains moisturising properties to hydrate the skin and a high concentration of vitamins and minerals that helps revitalise your skin, giving it softness and shine.



Honey contains natural enzymes that remove dead cells on the skin. This is one reason honey is a good choice as a natural exfoliator for your skin but we always recommend first to test patch and ensure your skin will not react negatively. Using honey on your skin may also help reduce breakouts.