How Oils help?

How our essential oils can help you

We work along with registered aromatherapists and chemists to make sure the range put together is safe and enjoyable and fun for everyone. All our products are being safety tested by independent chemists and got certification of safe to use as required by the UK law. 

The health benefits of lavender oil for the skin can be attributed to its antiseptic and antifungal properties. It is used to treat various skin disorders such as acne, wrinkles, psoriasis, and other inflammations. It heals wounds, cuts, burns, and sunburns rapidly as it aids in the formation of scar tissues.

Lavender oil is added to chamomile to treat eczema and induces sleep, our baby range will help your baby calm down and fall asleep easily.

The Chamomile essential oil can help with the anti-inflammatory properties of the Blue variety are considered greater. The list is extensive: skin inflammations, acne, allergies, boils, burns, cuts, eczema, dermatitis, problems of the scalp, rashes, insect bites, infected wounds, skin impurities and more.

Sweet Orange:
Sweet orange oil our Mummy & Me range will help in the elimination of toxins and boosting the immune and lymphatic systems. For older people with mature skin, the essential oil can be blended with body lotions and applied to the skin to make it younger looking. It helps with acne and dermatitis, as well as in soothing irritation on dry skin. It also can help children fall asleep as it helps them to calm down after our lush Sweet Orange bath time bubbles. 

Mandarin’s fruity, cheerful aroma is invigorating and uplifting.
This oil is believed to improve mood and "relieve anxiety". The oil is really a happy oil, as the smell of the oil gives you the feeling of cleanliness. It is safe for all ages, and children especially enjoy the aroma of the oil. It is great after a busy day running around with your little ones, it can help you and your little one relax before bed and leave you with lush mandarin smell.

Shea Butter:
Shea butter is used as a base for medicinal ointments, and has been claimed to have anti-inflammatory properties emollient and humectant.
Shea butter has been claimed to be effective treatment for the following conditions: fading scars, eczema, burns, rashes, severely dry skin, dark spots, skin discolorations, chapped lips,stretchmarks, wrinkles, and in lessening the irritation of psoriasis.

Vitamin E Oil:
Vitamin E oil is a key ingredient of various anti-ageing creams and lotions because of its anti-aging effect. It is useful for reducing the visible fine lines and wrinkles of the skin and thus makes the skin look younger. The antioxidant properties of vitamin E oil prove to be quite valuable for the this type of skin problem. 
Sun Burns and Sun Protection: Vitamin E oil is used to treat sunburns. They are absorbed by the epidermis layer of the skin and soothe the minor damages caused by ultraviolet radiations. It is used in making sunscreen lotions. When added to sunscreen, it enhances its effect. However, to get the best result one should apply it at least 20 minutes prior to any type of sun exposure. 
Treating Scars: Vitamin E oil is useful for removing scars from the skin. When it is regularly applied on acne scars or scars caused due to some bruises, it first softens the area and then lightens the mark within a few weeks. The scars will disappear within a few months. It is equally effective in reducing stretch marks. However, it may not be very effective for surgical scars. 
Other Benefits: Vitamin E oil prevents water loss from the skin and helps to retain its natural moisture. Thus, it makes dull, dry skin look healthy and moisturized. When used for the purpose of deep pores cleansing of dry skin, it helps to sustain the skin's oil balance.

Borage Oil:
Borage oil may benefit people suffered from eczema or other skin inflammation. Studies have shown the effectiveness of borage oil on atopic dermatitis or eczema with reduction in itching, dryness and skin inflammation.

Rosehip oil:
Reduce wrinkles and signs of premature ageing. It will also help counter the drying effects of the sun which are usually first noticed in fine wrinkles or "crows feet" around the eyes and mouth.
Attenuate scars (surgical and accidental) and improves the colour of same (i.e., reduces the redness or hyperpigmentation). It also avoids the formation of the keloid type of scar (lump) which may appear after surgical procedures and helps to make less apparent scars left by acne or chickenpox.