Collection: Sensitive

Sensitive skin is prone to flare ups. It is generally easily inflamed and can become red and irritated. Sensitive skin can be triggered by any number of causes and everyone is individual in this. Some triggers can be particular skin care ingredients, changes in weather, hormones and generally not being gentle enough with your skin care.

Sensitive skin loves having a good solid routine, since changing your products frequently can lead to irritation and increased flare ups. If you find something that works for you, its best to stick with it. 

When you change you skin care products be sure to do it one product at a time, this way you can identify the cause of any flare up. Just remember it takes your skin a little while to settle into a new routine.

How to treat it??

Using products which nourish and protect the skins natural barrier. Focusing on gentle low allergen ingredients and minimal chemicals.

Our Favourite ingredients for sensitive skin:

Sea Buckthorn Oil

Used as an antioxidant this oil has a high percentage of Linoleic, Linolenic and Oleic fatty acids, which studies show play an important role in maintaining the skins natural barrier function.

Vitamin E

Plays a crucial role in protecting skin cells and membranes from environmental damage. It is thought to aid in stopping damage to the skin from UV rages, pollutants and aging. Vitamin E provides moisturisation for the skin whilst allowing the skin to breathe and function naturally, and not clogging pores. It also contains Tocopherols, natural antioxidants which are thought to help fight free radicals.

Peach Kernel Oil

 Packed full of omega oils 3, 6 and 9. This oil is utilised for its ability to provide hydration, strength and suppleness to the skin.  Fatty acids have been shown to be soothing and beneficial to sensitive skin. Peach kernel oil is although thought to have natural anti-inflammatory properties to help calm those flare ups.

 Grapeseed Oil

Grapeseed oil contains a high percentage of linoleic acid, Vitamin C, A, E Iron, Calcium, and Omega 6 & 9, and is rich in antioxidants. These vitamins and minerals are thought to provide moisturising and antioxidant properties.

Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic Acid occurs naturally in the body and decreases with age. In the skin it is found in the epidermis and helps keep the skin hydrated due to its high water retention ability. As we mature our production rate decreases and this can be seen with early signs of aging.


Traditionally used in wound healing and skin repair. Research suggest that Allantoin is a regenerative and protective agent that helps with dry, damaged or chapped skin by sealing in moisture

Camellia Leaf

A rich source of anti oxidants, such as Vitamin C and Vitamin E. Green tea extract is used worldwide for its anti-aging and antioxidant properties. Green tea extract is said to help repair the effects of aging and damage from environmental factors. The active constituents Catechin - Polyphenols in Green tea are potent antioxidants.

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