A little about our ingredients 

Whilst we make no medicinal claims with our products, it is known that many oils offer nourishment, hydration, protection, and lubrication to the skin and hair. Combining essential oils brings further benefits and allows us to create unique scents. 
However, some natural ingredients, essential oils, may still cause sensitivity in susceptible individuals. We encourage you to do your own research if you want to know more about these oils, paying extra attention if you have any health concerns. 

Whilst many essential oils come from 'natural' sources, it is worth noting these powerful oils need to be used in the correct concentration to minimise any harmful effects. This is why we ensure our blends and recipes are thoroughly assessed by an independent cosmetic assessor.


Pregnant customers and those on medication are urged to check the suitability of our products with their GP.


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Almond nuts on a tree- produces Sweet almond oil

Sweet almond oil 

INCI name: Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis

This oil is produced by pressing the nuts or fruit to acquire the oil. Sweet Almond is an excellent emollient known for its ability to soften and re-condition the skin.

A versatile oil which is suitable for all skin types. It is easily absorbed with a semi-oily to oily feeling on the skin. It is rich in proteins and Vitamin D and is considered highly nourishing, especially when used regularly.  Sweet Almond has a minimal scent, so it is an excellent carrier oil for other ingredients. 

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Bees on a honeycomb - produces Beeswax


INCI name: Cera alba

White Beeswax is the wax obtained by melting the honeycomb walls with hot water and removing any foreign matter. Once the wax has cooled down, it sets ready for treatment with oxidant agents to obtain White Beeswax.

Pure Beeswax acts as an antiseptic and contains a large amount of vitamin A required for skin development. It is a natural exfoliator, ideal for cleansing away dead skin cells, and a versatile wax that provides a natural humectant meaning that it attracts water. In addition, Beeswax can create a protective layer on the skin. These qualities can help the skin stay hydrated, soft, and smooth.


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Coconut tree produces Fractionated Coconut oil

Fractionated Coconut oil 

INCI name: Caprylic/Capric triglyceride

A process called fractionation is used to produce fractionated coconut oil. This essentially uses different melting points of fats to separate fats contained in regular coconut oil, leaving a fractionated product. 

Fractionated coconut oil is rich in hydrating properties that help to soothe and soften your skin. When used in shaving products, the oil can help prevent itchiness and razor bumps, leaving you with smooth, glowing skin without clogging pores. Very slowly absorbed into the skin. Coconut creates an oily, protective barrier on the skin.


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Comfrey oil plant produces Comfrey Oil

Comfrey Oil 

INCI name: Symphytum Officinale Root Extract


Derived from comfrey plant roots, our Comfrey Oil undergoes a meticulous extraction process, preserving its rich nutrient profile. Packed with vitamins, minerals, and allantoin, it nourishes and revitalizes the skin beneath facial hair, promoting a healthy complexion. For beard care, it strengthens strands, reducing breakage and contributing to a well-groomed look. Comfrey Oil aligns with our commitment to natural, effective, and excellently crafted grooming essentials. Elevate your grooming experience with the botanical prowess of Comfrey Oil.

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A Cedarwood tree produces Cedarwood Essential Oil

Cedarwood Essential Oil

INCI name: Cedrus Atlantica Bark Oil

Native to the Atlas Mountains regions of Morocco and Algeria, Cedrus Atlantica Bark Oil is obtained from the bark of Cedrus Atlantica Pinaceae. Cedarwood essential oil gives a rich, woody, slightly sweet, and spicy aroma.

Cedarwood contains anti-inflammatory, antifungal, and antibacterial properties that may help to ease irritated skin. It is loaded with antioxidant properties, which may help reduce dullness and keeps signs of premature ageing at bay. 

Massaging cedarwood into the beard is likely to increase circulation to the area. This nourishes and oxygenates the roots of the hair and stimulates growth. It also cleanses the area, which may reduce any dryness, itchiness, and flakiness through its moisturising properties.


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A Cypress Tree produces Cypress Essential Oil

Cypress Essential Oil

INCI name: Cypresses Sempervirens Oil

Cypress essential oil is made from the cypress tree’s stems, twigs and leaves. Most cypress oil is made from Cypresses Sempervirens, also known as Mediterranean cypress.

Because cypress essential oil is anti-microbial and anti-bacterial, it can help clean minor wounds, preventing skin infections and scars. Cypress oil is also a natural astringent and can help reduce the appearance of oil on the skin without drying it out.

Cypress essential oil can benefit the scalp by reducing hair loss and promoting new hair growth. It also helps to promote increased blood flow, strengthening the capillaries and regulating sebum production.

This can help balance and strengthens the total hair follicle to promote healthy hair growth from within.

Because of its anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties, cypress oil can help treat dandruff/beardruff by attacking the bacteria or fungus that causes It whilst also relieving flaking symptoms and itching of the skin. 


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Clary sage herb plant produces Clary Sage Essential Oil

Clary Sage Essential Oil

INCI name: Salvia Sclarea Flower Oil

Obtained from the Salvia Sclarea herb, Clary Sage Essential Oil demonstrates a cooling property that soothes skin afflicted with inflammation. 

Properties that help control and regulate sebum production, helping dry skin retain moisture or controlling excessively oily skin are believed to be suitable for all skin types. It exhibits a cooling property that may soothe inflamed skin. Its balancing property stabilises the production of natural oil and sebum to help prevent acne breakouts. Its rich antioxidant properties tone, tighten and strengthen the skin.


Clary sage oil is packed with essential compounds such as vitamins A, B, and C, believed to stimulate hair growth. It has many conditioning properties that nourish your hair and improve its texture. Clary sage oil balances the natural oil production of the scalp/ skin, reducing dandruff /beardruff.


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Eucalyptus Tree produces Eucalyptus Essential Oil

Eucalyptus Essential Oil

INCI name: Eucalyptus Globulus Leaf Oil

Distilled from the Eucalyptus Blue Gum tree leaves, this oil has a distinctive medicinal aroma with a woody-sweet undertone. 

Eucalyptus is most recognised for helping to treat and prevent acne. But Eucalyptus also boosts circulation, a critical element for healthy vibrancy and glow. Its anti-inflammatory properties reduce redness and other inflammatory conditions, making the oil great for the skin. 

Eucalyptus benefits for the hair include strengthening, boosting shine, and follicle stimulation for healthier hair growth.

Studies suggest that eucalyptus oil may help strengthen the skin’s barrier by locking in water which may help prevent and relieve dryness and related symptoms, like flaking and irritation, making it a great addition to our shaving and beard care products. 


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Grapes and their seeds produces Grapeseed oil

Grapeseed oil

INCI name: Vitis Vinifera

Grapeseed oil is a by-product of winemaking. After the wine is made by pressing grapes, grape seeds are left behind. Grapeseed oil is then extracted from these leftover grape seeds. 

This oil is known for its antioxidant benefits. The Rich vitamins and minerals help the skin retain moisture while restoring elasticity and protecting it from environmental damage. This mild oil is quickly absorbed into the skin so that most people can use it without adverse reactions.

Grapeseed Oil cleanses pores and balances oil production, therefore believed to help reduce acne breakouts. The properties of grapeseed oil contribute to hair softness and smoothness while promoting its growth.


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Jojoba tree

Jojoba oil

INCI name: Simmondsia Chinensis

Jojoba oil is obtained from the plant S. Chinensis, a drought-resistant shrub found mainly in North America and is technically not an oil but a liquid plant wax.

Jojoba oil is very similar to human sebum (oil naturally produced by human skin for protection), making it easily absorbed by the skin. Jojoba oil contains natural forms of vitamin E, which help the skin’s natural barrier to the elements. It is also a natural humectant that helps retain moisture without blocking pores.

Jojoba oil is known to have anti-inflammatory and healing properties, which may help relieve dryness, flaking, itching, and related symptoms. 


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Sheep's wool - produces Lanolin


INCI name: Lanolin

Lanolin oil is extracted by putting sheep’s wool through a centrifuge machine that separates the oil from other chemicals and debris. The process is performed after the sheep is sheared, so the extraction of lanolin causes no harm to the sheep. The purpose of lanolin is to condition and protect sheep’s wool.

Lanolin oil is an emollient which helps soothe dry or dehydrated skin and is believed to reduce water lost through the skin by 20 to 30 per cent.

Because of the emollient, moisture-retaining quality of lanolin oil, it can be a powerful ingredient in fighting dryness when applied to wet or moist hair. 


People who are allergic to wool may want to avoid Lanolin products.


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Lemons on a tree produces Lemon Essential Oil

Lemon Essential Oil

INCI name: Citrus Limonum Peel Oil

It is extracted from the peel of fresh lemons through steam extraction. The aroma is similar to fresh lemon rinds except richer and more concentrated.

Lemon essential oil is packed with powerful antioxidants, helping protect your skin from environmental damage. It helps remove dirt and impurities without leaving your skin feeling dry or irritated. 

Its antiseptic properties may help with acne and irritated skin, whilst its natural exfoliating effects help brighten dull complexions by removing dead cells.

Vitamin C is an essential nutrient for hair health; lemon oil has antifungal and antibacterial properties that can help control dandruff-causing fungal growth and soothe irritation. Lemon oil can help to condition dry, brittle strands, making them softer and more manageable. 


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Lemongrass plant produces Lemongrass Essential Oil

Lemongrass Essential Oil

INCI name: Cymbopogon Flexuosus Oil

Extracted from the leaves and stalks of the lemongrass plant, lemongrass essential oil has a powerful citrus scent. 

Lemongrass is known to have antibacterial qualities, which may help prevent infection and heal minor wounds. It is a potent cleanser that can remove impurities and dirt from the pores and detoxify the skin. It is a natural astringent that helps control oil production, helping reduce oily skin. 

Packed with antifungal elements, lemongrass may help tackle an itchy, flaky scalp or skin by inhibiting the growth of bacteria or yeast-based infection, which may eliminate itchiness and provide relief from scalp/skin irritation.


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Limes on a tree produces Lime Essential Oil

Lime Essential Oil

INCI name: Citrus Aurantifoli Peel Oil distilled.

Lime oil is created by the extraction of the oil from the lime peel. The aroma is a sharp citrus peel smell, like the aroma of fresh limes.

Lime oil contains vitamin C, boosting collagen production, and in skin care products, may act as a tightening and toning astringent that reduces the amount of oil production. Lime oil also works against various bacteria that infect the skin, keeping your skin clean and clear and reducing the risk of skin infections.

Hair care products that contain lime oil may help in dealing with a dandruff problem. Dandruff is often caused by yeast or fungus, resulting in an itchy, flaky scalp. Lime has powerful antifungal and yeast-fighting effects to help reduce your dandruff and improve the health of your scalp.


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Macadamia nuts on a tree produces Macadamia Oil

Macadamia Oil

INCI name: Macadamina Ternifolia Seed Oil

Macadamia oil is a highly sought-after ingredient in the cosmetic industry due to its nourishing and moisturizing properties. It has a lightweight texture that makes it easily absorbed into the skin and hair, and it is rich in nutrients that promote healthy skin and hair. From being an effective skin moisturizer to a powerful anti-ageing agent, macadamia oil is a versatile ingredient that can be found in moisturizers, hair care products, massage oils, and anti-ageing treatments. Discover the benefits of macadamia oil for your skin and hair today with our luxurious beard oils! 


People with nut allergies may need to avoid products containing macadamia oils.


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Mango's on a tree produces Mango Butter

Mango Butter 

INCI name: Mangifera indica Seed Butter 

Mango Butter is obtained from the seed kernel of the Mango tree. Mango Butter has beneficial moisturising properties and adds a luxurious emollient feel to products while also acting as a mild lubricant for the skin.  Mango butter is rich in nutrients that replenish hair and skin health and make them soft and smooth.

Said to be beneficial for all skin types, especially dry skin or skin suffering from eczema or dermatitis. This is because it is an excellent source of triglycerides (a form of glycerine). These fatty acids work as emollients to soften the skin and prevent it from feeling dry and itchy.

The same properties that promote soft skin may also boost your hair’s natural shine and reduce scalp dryness and flakiness. 

Rich in vitamins A and E, Mango Butter has a deeply moisturising and regenerative effect on both strands and the scalp. It fortifies strands from the inside out, softens dry hair, reduces breakage, and smooths split ends.


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May Chang plant produces May Chang Essential oil

May Chang Essential oil

INCI name: Litsea Cubeba

The essential oil of May Chang is obtained from the pepper-like fruits of the tree. The oil has a medium-strength aroma and a distinct refreshing lemony fragrance with fruity undertones. 

With its mild astringent properties, the oil is said to be particularly useful for oily and acne-prone skin. May Chang oil effectively cleans the skin and removes excess oil, making it a perfect ingredient for skin and hair products. 

The oil has antibacterial and antiviral properties, is thought to help fight scalp infections, and will leave a welcoming fragrance to your hair. May Chang essential oil also has cleansing properties, which may help prevent dandruff, oily scalp and hair, and even scalp eczema.


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Oranges on a  tree produces Sweet Orange essential oil

Sweet Orange essential oil

INCI name: Citrus Aurantium Dulcis peel Oil

Orange essential oil is extracted from the rind of the sweet orange through a method called cold pressing, which uses pressure to squeeze the oils from the rind. Sometimes, the leaves and flowers from the orange plant can also be used.

This essential oil is one of the most effective for keeping your skin clean and clear. Packed with vitamin c and antibacterial properties, it is said to reduce dark spots and blemishes, help fight acne, boost circulation in the skin and control excess oil which forms on the skin.

Sweet orange oil also has a lot of excellent benefits for your hair. Sweet orange oil has a soothing effect on irritated skin. It’s both antiseptic and anti-inflammatory, which makes it perfect for those prone to dandruff and other scalp issues. It is also an excellent moisturiser for brittle hair, as it is understood to improve the smoothness of strands.


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Olives on a tree produces Olive oil

Olive oil 

INCI name: Olea Europea Fruit Oil

Olive oil seals in moisture to smooth and plump the skin, thanks to its fatty acids and antioxidants. It contains alpha-hydroxy acids, which stimulate the shedding of dead skin cells and encourage new cell growth. It also contains antioxidants that help protect against environmental elements. Olive oil can help relieve dry skin and irritation by moisturising the skin and keeping it hydrated. 

Rich in vitamins A and E, olive oil is antioxidant heavy and can help repair damaged hair. One of the main olive oil benefits for hair is that it helps protect the protein keratin in your hair and locks in moisture. Olive oil is loaded with antioxidants that boost your scalp and hair health. It nourishes and conditions the hair, which reduces its chances of split ends, less breakage, and stronger hair.


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Flowers of the Patchouli plant produce Patchouli Essential Oil

Patchouli Essential Oil 

INCI name: Pogostemon Cablin Leaf Oil

To produce patchouli oil, the leaves and stems of the plant are harvested and allowed to dry out before undergoing a distillation process to extract the essential oil.

Patchouli essential oil has anti-inflammatory properties, which may help reduce redness and irritations on the skin. Patchouli Oil benefits oily skin as it is a natural astringent and can help reduce oiliness by tightening pores if your skin produces excess sebum, the skin’s natural oils. The oil has antibacterial properties, which may help keep acne-causing bacteria in check. It is known to give the skin a vibrant, glowing and smooth complexion by regenerating new skin cells.

Patchouli oil contains astringent, anti-fungal, and anti-inflammatory properties, which are beneficial for hair.

Its antiseptic and astringent properties help keep the scalp clean, which may help prevent itching and dandruff-causing infections.


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Peppermint bush produces Peppermint essential Oil

Peppermint essential Oil 

INCI name: Mentha piperita oil

Peppermint essential oil can be extracted from the peppermint plant's leaves, a hybrid mint that’s a cross between spearmint and water mint. It can be found naturally in North America and Europe. 

Peppermint oil has soothing and cooling abilities that not only freshen the skin but may also help to relieve dry and itching skin. Peppermint oil is known to control excess oil secretion, making it an excellent choice for oily and combination skin as it prevents clogged pores. 

As peppermint oil penetrates beyond the scalp’s surface, it is able to stimulate the hair follicles and facilitate blood circulation to promote the growth of more robust and healthier hair. It will also help balance the pH levels of your hair, helping to leave it balanced, in peppermint oil will help support its health and keep it free from fungi and bacteria. Peppermint oil's antiseptic and antimicrobial properties will help cool the scalp and reduce dandruff /beardruff.


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Rice plant produces Rice Bran oil

Rice Bran oil

INCI name: Oryza Sativa Bran Oil

Rice bran oil is extracted from the outer layer of the rice grain and is a by-product of rice milling. 

Rich in antioxidants and packed with Vitamins B and E, this is a versatile, gentle oil known for its ability to cleanse, soften, moisturise, soothe, nourish, and smooth the skin. With its intensely hydrating and rich nutritional components, rice bran oil may protect the skin from the appearance of wrinkles and damage from environmental elements. Rice bran oil increases the skin’s natural regeneration, encouraging moisture retention and soothing irritation. A mild oil that is quickly absorbed is thought to be suitable for all skin types.  

Used in hair care, Rice Bran Carrier Oil is believed to repair dryness, damage, and brittleness, contributing to hair’s moisture and softness without leaving a heavy, greasy residue. With its ability to eliminate irritation-inducing bacteria, this oil promotes scalp health by soothing and preventing dandruff/beardruff. By increasing circulation, it revitalises hair promoting more robust and healthier growth.


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Rosemary herb bush produces Rosemary Essential Oil

Rosemary Essential Oil 

INCI name: Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf Oil

Most commonly extracted through the steam distillation of the plant's flowering tops and leaves. This oil is Packed with potent antibacterial qualities; rosemary essential oil is believed to help fight acne bacteria by clearing out pores and forming a protective barrier against future breakouts. it’s a natural astringent, which means it may help shrink pores to tighten the appearance of your complexion.  With anti-inflammatory properties, this oil may help soothe the appearance of redness and skin irritation. Acting as an anti-inflammatory and protecting the skin with antioxidants and antibacterial compounds, rosemary oil is an all-in-one solution for skin irritation.

Rosemary has been shown to have significant antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant properties and is thought to promote hair growth and prevent breakage by coating the hair with fortifying oils.  It is said to reduce scalp/skin irritation from issues like dandruff/beardruff by it increases blood flow in scalp skin; improving circulation is thought to help maintain hair in the growing phase and prevent shedding.



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Shea Butter tree produces Shea Butter

Shea Butter 

INCI name: Butyrospermum Parkii Butter

Shea butter is a fat extracted from the nut of the African shea tree.

Rich in Vitamins A, E and F, Shea Butter is a natural emollient that nourishes skin to promote clarity and health. Its moisturising, circulation-boosting and anti-inflammatory properties make it a popular ingredient for use in products.  Gentle enough for the most sensitive skin, Shea Butter is thought to relieve. acne, eczema, and rashes.

Used in hair, Shea Butter moisturises and nourishes from root to tip, thereby protecting against dryness and brittleness. It can help repair, prevent or reduce damage caused by environmental elements or heat styling. Shea Butter quickly penetrates the scalp/skin to provide moisturise without leaving a sticky, greasy residue, freeing the scalp/ skin from itchiness, irritation, and dandruff/beardruff. 


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Tee Tree flowers produces Tea Tree Essential Oil

Tea Tree Essential Oil

INCI name: Melaleuca Alternifolia Leaf Oil

Tea Tree Essential Oil is obtained from the leaves of the Melaleuca alternifolia tree, commonly known as the Tea Tree. 

Recognised to have anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties, this soothing oil relieves minor burns and lesions, eliminating bacteria from the wound and promoting closing scars. Its potential to restore skin complexion and improve the look and feel of blemished skin also makes this commonly used on acne-prone skin, where it acts as a powerful antioxidant. 

Tea Tree Oil is known to be an antiseptic that effectively eliminates lice and nits in hair care. This fungicidal oil can refresh the scalp/skin and eliminate dandruff/beardruff while boosting circulation and stimulating hair growth by soothing dry, flaking skin. 


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