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SOOTHE Face and Body Oil

$19.00 - $69.00

Chamomile & Vanilla

  • Repairs and relieves sensitive skin
  • Relief from skin irritations and sun damage
  • Calming and healing
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Our hero ingredients

— Chamomile oil helps alleviate redness and soothes sensitive skin. It contains high levels of antioxidants which give it anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Chamomile soothes sensitive skin and alleviates redness. It also boosts skin cell regeneration and helps reduce the visible signs of ageing.

vanilla oil

— Vanilla oil is rich in antioxidants that repair and rejuvenate damaged skin, therefore slowing down the signs of ageing.

— Hemp Seed oil is rich in antioxidants that repair and rejuvenate damaged skin, therefore slowing down the signs of ageing.

— Argan oil is high in antioxidants and protects from sun damage. It also helps to lock in moisture and soften the skin.

The SOOTHE blend

Camellia (Green Tea) oil, Apricot Kernel oil, Watermelon Seed oil, Aloe Vera oil extract, Coconut oil, Argan oil, Echium oil, Avocado oil, Hemp Seed oil, Kiwi Seed oil, Vitamin E oil, Meadowfoam Seed oil, Angelica Root oil, Fennel Seed oil, Geranium oil, Palmarosa oil, Roman Chamomile oil, Rose oil, Vanilla oil and Tansy oil.

Apricot Kernel Oil

Nourishes and softens skin. Reduces the appearance of blemishes and wrinkles.

Watermelon Seed Oil

Lightweight, fast-absorbing and clarifying. Perfect for oily skin type.

Aloe Vera Oil Extract

Soothes and heals. Contains Vitamins C and E to keep your skin supple and firm.

Argan Oil

High in antioxidants. Protects from sun damage. Locks in moisture and softens skin.

Hemp Seed Oil

Moisturises without clogging pores. Regulates natural oil production. Reduces wrinkles.

Vitamin E Oil

Powerful antioxidant. Reduces hyperpigmentation and the appearance of wrinkles.

Angelica Oil

Soothes and calms skin irritations, eczema and acne. Renews and revitalises skin

Fennel Seed Oil

Potent in antioxidants. Soothes and protects skin. Minimises pores and evens skin tone.

Geranium Oil

Antibacterial and anti-inflammatory. Helps reduce acne breakouts and skin irritation.

Chamomile Oil

Soothes sensitive skin, alleviates redness and boosts skin cell regeneration.

Vanilla Oil

Rich in antioxidants. Repairs and rejuvenates damaged skin. Slows down the signs of ageing.

Meet SOOTHE

CHAMOMILE & VANILLA – AFTER-SUN FACE & BODY OIL


After-Sun moisturiser, skin repair and anti-itching.

SOOTHE After-Sun Face & Body Oil is formulated from a select combination of botanical oils and oil extracts formulated to provide relief from skin irritation, rashes and inflammation. It creates a soothing environment for the skin to enable skin repair and relief from itchiness or sun damage.

SOOTHE benefits

  • Soothes itchy, cracked, irritated and dry skin
  • Relief from eczema and psoriasis
  • Reduces redness, swelling and itching
  • Suitable for sensitive skin
  • Deeply nourishing and repairing
  • Suitable for sun-damaged skin
  • Lightweight and non-greasy
  • Leaves skin smooth and soft

How to use SOOTHE

  • Use SOOTHE all over your face and body after sun exposure or inflamed skin areas.
  • Apply directly to areas of redness or itchiness — suitable for after laser or hair removal treatments.
  • The natural active skin-soothing properties in this unique oil make it ideal for many uses where the skin is irritated and needs soothing.
  • Use immediately after being in the sun and anytime for quick relief.

Aroma & character

SOOTHE combines the wonderful relaxing scents of Chamomile and Vanilla with hints of Geranium and Rose with Angelica Root, Fennel Seed and Palmarosa.

Top Notes
Chamomile, Rose, Geranium

Heart Notes
Fennel Seed, Angelica Root

Base Notes
Palmarosa, Vanilla

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History and Folklore of Chamomile

Chamomile has enjoyed a rich history as a spiritual and medicinal herb. Records of its use date back to the ancient Roman, Greeks and Egyptians who believed the flowers contained both magical and healing properties.