• Even for seemingly invincible heroes, your skin defines you as a distinctive individual. Known as Skin-Ego, it contains your thoughts and feelings. It communicates individuality. It tells others who you are and that you care about yourself. So, if you have been searching for a moisturiser that’s free from technological gimmicks, yet functional and easy to apply, it leaves your skin looking and feeling smooth, and with a healthy glow, then you have come to the right place. If its non-sensitizing, non-irritant and vegan, then all the better.
  • We developed our Rejuvenating Lotion as a clean and organic solution to help repair, soften and nourish your skin. Our Rejuvenating Lotion is applied at night-time to the face after cleansing. The oils in it work through the night as you sleep, nourishing the skin and repairing the damage of the day. The skin has to deal with toxins in the environment, the rays from the sun and the wind that can be harsh at times. This causes what is known as extraneous ageing. Other factors such as smoking, lack of sleep and a poor diet can be contributory factors to ageing and as we age our skin-cells just don’t repair as quickly as they do when we were young and our Rejuvenating Lotion can give your skin the help it needs to stay supple and youthful. Ingredients: Aqua/Soft Scottish Water, Vitus Vinifera (Grapeseed oil) Passiflora Edulus (Passion flower seed oil), Glycerin (palm-free, vegetable derived), Glycine (natural amino acid), Sorbitan Oleate (from 100% bio-based coconut and corn), Glyceral Stearate, Citric acid, Guar gum, Xanthan gum, (all food-grade), Sodium Alginate (from seaweed), Preservatives that are ECOCERT and COSMOS approved + a blend of plant-based, therapeutic essential oils that are the active ingredients. Contents: 150ml (Approx 75 Applications) Usage: Massage into the skin after bathing or before bed. Easily absorbed. Shake before use.
  • SkinLikes After Sun contains the same blend of clean organic ingredients to be found in all of our products. The base lotion includes Grape seed oil with beauty benefits that may be due to its vitamin E and omega-6 fatty acid content. The essential oil focus is on Palmarosa. Considered to be an excellent skin-balancing oil for all skin types it is one of nature’s best protectors of cell-renewing skin health.
  • Popular cosmetic products should be examined and rated solely on cold, clinical analysis of the ingredients, not packaging, not advertising, not PR, just chemistry. They need to be safe and that’s why we would never use aluminium, alcohol, parabens, sulphates or even Triclosan (Agent Orange) in any of our products.
  • Popular cosmetic products should be examined and rated solely on cold, clinical analysis of the ingredients, not packaging, not advertising, not PR, just chemistry. They need to be safe and that’s why we would never use aluminium, alcohol, parabens, sulphates or even Triclosan (Agent Orange) in any of our products.
  • Regular application of this massage balm that is in touch with the needs of your body might just allow some relief. Using a special blend of essential oils, this massage balm is great for athletes and sports players allowing them to unwind and relax the body after strenuous exercise.
  • When you take skincare as seriously as we do, we imagine that you are always searching for the next generation of game-changing skincare products that can restore it to a trouble-free, healthy state. It sounds so simple, but giving the skin what it wants is a complex problem that demands a lot of science in its creation and especially so when you need it to provide instant relief and keep your skin moist and hydrated most of the day (or night).
  • The molecules of essential oils have been in existence for just about as long as man has been on plant-earth. They have heart and soul, yet the understanding of the science of these oils, when used for a variety of reasons for the good of mankind, are hardly known.
  • There is a book entitled The Secret Life of Plants by Tomkins and Bird that tells of many inspired giants of science who listened to plants and learned what they taught them. These scientists were reverent, patient, humble and articulate, but they were willing to share their findings for the benefit for all of us. The great botanist George Washington Carver was one such who coined the phrase "Ask the plants". His horticultural genius led eventually to studying and applying essential oils for therapeutic purposes. These eminent scientists, as we wish to do, shared their knowledge.