Camellia oil has been used in Chinese skin and hair care for centuries. It comes from a tall tea plant shrub, 3 to 6 m in height, indigenous to China but also grown in parts of Australia and New Zealand. Camellia oil is mainly known for its high content of oleic acid, which is the main constituent of olive oil.
Used in traditional medicine as an antibiotic and anti-inflammatory, in skincare Kakadu Plum reduces swelling, redness and fights bacterially-induced acne.
One of best natural moisturizers, glycerine attracts water to the skin and binds it there. Together with emollients and occlusives, glycerine works to keep skin well-moisturized and hydrated.