Native Australian plants have developed over time an efficient system to protect themselves from oxidative stress caused by sun-induced free radicals and extreme climatic conditions present in many regions of this continent.The high concentration of bio-active ingredients is in fact attributable to these extreme conditions.  

Native Australian plants have been shown to contain high concentrations of phytoactive compounds and vitamins with anti-aging function, including vitamin A, C, E and other antioxidants. Some of these molecules boast an antioxidant activity 50 to 100 times greater than that of vitamin C and E! 

These are nutrients with an anti-inflammatory and moisturizing effect.

They help to nourish, protect and brighten the skin.


Papaya (also known as Carica Papaya L.) is a widespread fruit in tropical and subtropical countries. In Australia, where it is also known as paw paw, it grows in the tropical areas of Queensland.  

Being rich in powerful active ingredients and natural enzymes with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, papaya helps repair, brighten and rejuvenate the skin. One of the main enzymes of papaya is papain, which thanks to its slight exfoliating effect regenerates the skin by eliminating signs of scars, redness and thickness.  

IThe papaya fruit has a high content of vitamin C, carotene and flavonoids that slow down the aging process of the skin by fighting free radicals. In addition, vitamins A and E promote collagen production making the skin more compact and elastic. 



Kakadu plum (also known as Terminalia ferdinandiana ) is an Australian fruit with extraordinary antiseptic properties and with the highest concentration of vitamin C (3000 mg per 100g of fruit) of any other fruit in the world (up to 100 times the vitamin C content of an orange)! Vitamin C is rich in antioxidants and is essential for shiny and young skin.

This highly concentrated ingredient produces exceptional results in natural cosmetics, stimulating collagen production, reducing wrinkles and fine lines, repairing inflamed, irritated, and red skin and helping to fight bacterial acne.

The Kakadu tree is native to the territory of northern Australia, where it is grown by indigenous communities who have wisely used its fruits for thousands of years in their culinary and healing traditions.


This small plant, also known as Citrus glauca, is harvested in the semi-arid bushlands of Queensland, New South Wales and southern Australia.

The extracts contain nine phytoactive compounds with powerful antifungal, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant effects.

These compounds promote skin hydration, de-pigmentation and brightness, as well as the synthesis of collagen. In addition, they help reduce wrinkles and repair psoriasis and eczema.



Davidsonia is a genus containing three species of rainforest trees originating in Australia, commonly known as the Davidson or Davidson plum. The fruits bear a close resemblance to the European plum, but are not closely related.


The fruit extract stimulates the production of collagen promoting a firmer and younger skin by keeping it hydrated for a long time; soothes irritated skin and protects against free radical damage.


Kangaroo Apple ( Solanum aviculare ) grows in New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and along the east coast of Australia. Its fruit contains a soft pulp with many seeds that has long been used as an anti-inflammatory by aboriginal populations to treat swelling of limbs and ligaments.

The fruit extracts are rich in vitamin C and beta-carotene and contain phenols, antioxidants with a proven ability to help protect the body from risk of heart disease, cancer and heart attack.

The small berries of Kangaroo apple also contain alkaloids and steroids, which help reducing inflammations by stimulating the production of cortisone.

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Owenia acidula, commonly known as emu apple, is a small or medium-sized tree in the hinterland woods native to Australia.


This medium-sized plant grows up to ten meters and bears pinnate leaves that appear bright and shiny.


Used in cosmetics, it has anti-aging, soothing, antimicrobial and nourishing properties for the skin, it hydrates and promotes its regeneration, making it useful even in case of small wounds.

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Lilly Pilly (Syzygium smithii) is an evergreen tree with summer flowering and fruiting winter, belonging to the Myrtaceae family and grows in New Zealand.


It has astringent power and is very useful in case of oily skin. It promotes the production of collagen and elastin, stimulating cell turnover.


The fruit contains vitamin E and anthocyanins, as well as essential minerals such as magnesium and potassium, which decrease inflammation by accelerating wound healing and stimulating the immune system.

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Backhousia citriodora is a plant of the Myrtaceae family, genus Backhousia. It is endemic to the subtropical rainforests of central and southeastern Queensland, and is distributed in areas from Mackay to Brisbane.


It is also known as lemon scented myrtle, sweet verbena, sweet verbena myrtle.


It has very powerful cleansing and detoxifying properties. It balances the sebaceous production and reduces the dilation of the pores, giving the complexion a uniform and bright appearance. It helps in case of acne as it strengthens capillaries and minimises dark circles.

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Gotu kola is a plant native to the pantropical areas of Asia (but also grows in Australia and Africa) whose scientific name is Centella asiatica.


It has healing, anti-wrinkle and firming properties for the skin.


Helps in the treatment of wounds, burns, skin ulcers, psoriasis; prevents keloid lesions and stimulates microcirculation for firmer and more compact skin.

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