Key ingredients

Easily absorbed into skin and can use as a cleanser or make up remover on its own (great as an eye make up remover). Contains vitamins A, B & E, omega 3, magnesium, calcium, proteins, antioxidants & fatty acids, hydrates, soothes. Supermarkets & chemists
Renown for treating acne, scars, rashes and sunburn. It has anti-inflammatory properties, is nourishing, anti-fungal and antibacterial. Contains vitamins A, B, C, E, folic acid, amino acids, and minerals. Supermarkets & chemists
Soothes dry and sensitive skin and is good for eczema, psoriasis and after sun exposure. Contains vitamins A, E & K and essential fatty acids. Chemists & Health shops
Moisturising, anti-inflammatory, soothes sunburn, great for flaky skin and also acne skin. Supermarkets
Very hydrating and has a regenerative effect so good for flaky skin. Contains omega-9, potassium, vitamins A, B1, D & E. Supermarkets & chemists

Moisturising, reduces inflammation, is an exfoliant and repairs dry skin. Contains vitamins A, B-6 & C, silica, potassium, zinc & antioxidants. Supermarkets

Provides the gritty texture but has small granules so it is gentle on the skin. It removes the dead skin cells to give skin a smooth feel and look. It has anti-bacterial properties and is a source of glycolic acid. Supermarkets

It is anti-inflammatory and has antiseptic properties making it ideal for breakouts and redness, or inflamed skin. It has a calming effect on the skin and will help fade spots. Contains antioxidants. Chamomile tea bags (once brewed and allowed to cool) make great eye treatments, as they reduce dark circles. Chamomile tea from Supermarkets.
A good option for oily/acne skin, as it reduces and calms redness. A strong antioxidant, contains vitamin C & E, omega-6, zinc, magnesium and minerals. Supermarkets

An excellent moisturiser and softener and is excellent for dry skin. It also provides a barrier on the skin and is exfoliating and softening. Supermarkets

Antioxidant and anti-bacterial properties, which make it great for any skin, particularly oily/acne skin. It is naturally exfoliating, rich in vitamin B3 and has an anti-inflammatory effect on the skin. Available for FREE from your local café. We get ours from Frank’s Coffee at the Glenunga HUB.

Excellent for oily/acne skin, as it is mildly astringent (tightening pores) and reduces puffiness and swelling. Chilled cucumber slices, put on closed eyes, can reduce puffiness around eyes and feels refreshing. Anti-inflammatory and loaded with antioxidants, vitamin C and folic acid. Supermarkets

Test this on a small patch on the side of your neck first, as it can make skin irritated.
Salt from the Dead Sea, which is very beneficial to the skin as it strengthens skin tissue, improves blood circulation and balances the skin’s natural PH levels. It is used in cosmetics widely and is rich in essential minerals like; magnesium, calcium, sulphur, sodium, potassium and iodine. Health shops & online
If you are allergic to eggs, do not use them.
It has astringent properties, so has a tightening effect on pores and is cleansing. It also has antibacterial properties, making it great for destroying acne causing bacteria on the skin. Supermarkets

If you are allergic to eggs, do not use them.

Hydrating, nourishing and moisturizing for dull looking skin. It contains vitamins A, B2, B12, zinc and proteins which are hydrating. Supermarkets

Great as an alternative to moisturisers and can be used as a lubricant for shaving. It has a slight astringent quality, which makes it great for oily skin and those prone to acne. However, good for all skin types. Contains vitamins A, C & E, iron, calcium, omega-6 & 9 and is high in antioxidants. Supermarkets
If you are allergic to nuts, do not use this oil. Helps to tone and tighten the skin, as it has astringent qualities and is non-greasy feeling. Also good for sensitive skin and is moisturising and hydrating, Contains vitamins A, B, D & E and fatty acids. Supermarkets
If you have allergies to pollen or bee stings then you will likely have a reaction to honey on your skin – always check with a parent first.
It is antibacterial, exfoliating and has antiseptic properties, which makes it ideal for any skin but particularly acne. It is a great treatment for acne as it is also full of antioxidants. Honey is very healing and helps balance the bacteria on your skin. It is best to use raw honey. Supermarkets

If you have allergies to pollen or bee stings then you will likely have a reaction to honey on your skin – always check with a parent first.

Has all the qualities of honey but is super powerful and is used in medicines to treat many things. It is particularly beneficial for treating acne and reducing inflammation. Supermarkets & chemists

Very hydrating, easily absorbed and helps control oil on the skin. It won’t clog pores, it is antibacterial, hypo-allergenic, soothes eczema & sunburn and is great for all skin but particularly for combination/oily/acne skin. Contains vitamins E & B, antioxidants and essential fatty acids. Chemists
Very good for healing and also calming the skin (as well as us, when we smell it) and is often used before bedtime. It is also great to relieve itching from mosquito bites. It is antiseptic, cleansing, anti-inflammatory, healing, detoxifying, calming, relieves anxiety & stress. Supermarket & Chemists
Has astringent qualities, which makes it particularly good for oily/acne skin, as it tightens the pores and decreases inflammation. It can also assist in breaking down dead skin cells. Very high in vitamin C. Supermarkets
Helps soak up excess oil on the skin and is great for treating acne, due to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It is also cleansing and exfoliating. Supermarkets
Very moisturising and softening (good for dry heels and cuticles). Loaded with fatty acids, minerals, vitamin E & A and antioxidants. Supermarkets
Has antioxidants, acts as an exfoliant, cleans clogged pores and dries out acne. Contains a high dose of vitamin C. Supermarkets

It has exfoliating & antioxidant properties, which is excellent for oily skin. Contains vitamins A, C & K and magnesium. Supermarkets

An alternative to moisturisers, healing, brightens skintone, exfoliating, treating scars, good for inflamed skin and reduces itchy skin. Contains vitamins A & C, omega-3 & 6, high in antioxidants and has a high fatty acid content. Chemists
Have anti-inflammatory properties, making them great for treating oily and acne skin. Contain antioxidants, vitamin C and potassium. Supermarkets
An excellent moisturiser, won’t clog pores, good for irritated, red and inflamed skin. Contains vitamins A, B, D, E & K, antioxidants, fatty acids and minerals. Supermarkets

Antioxidant, anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, great for scars, really great for oily and/or acne, psoriasis and eczema, has healing properties so it is very good for inflamed skin. Online

Has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It is really good for oily and/or acne skin and eczema, due to it’s healing properties, and it is also very good for inflamed skin. Supermarket in the spices section

Reduces inflammation and is great for clogged pores and for congested skin. It has moisture retention and hydrating properties and is used widely in cosmetics. Contains vitamin B & iron, antioxidants, minerals & proteins. Supermarkets

It tightens and shrinks pores, due to it’s lactic acid content. Because it contains probiotics it helps fight acne bacteria found on the skin and reduces inflammation. It helps even out skin tone and brighten the skin. Supermarkets