Looking for a safe, gentle and effective treatment for your skin problem? The solution could be as close as your kitchen cupboard…

Cleansing your skin, eating correctly and taking the right supplements are all steps in looking after the largest organ of your body. But the problem with many of the skincare products out there is that they’re quite harsh on your skin.

The best way is to keep things natural and use organic ingredients and natural products for skincare.

Natural ingredients that can be added to your skincare routine include a variety of things – all of which are known to work. You also need to keep in mind that everyone’s skin is different and you may not experience the same results as others, but it’s about finding the right natural product for your specific skin type and needs.

Natural oils

Don’t be surprised if you can find most of these natural ingredients in your kitchen cupboards. When we say natural and organic, we mean it!

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Coconut oil

Coconut oil is extremely popular in the health and beauty world, with its strengthening, protecting, antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal and antioxidant qualities. You can use this versatile product to clean and moisturise your skin, as make-up remover, as a scar and wound healer or to soothe and prevent razor nicks and burns.

Tea tree oil

For red skin, acne and inflammation, tea tree oil has been a go-to natural remedy, but because of its phytochemical properties, it can be used in a variety of ways for a variety of skincare routines.

Argan oil

Rich in vitamins A and E, omega-6 oil, antioxidants and fatty acids, argan oil makes for a wonderful moisturiser for the skin and health and shine product for hair.

Almond oil

As an anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antibacterial and antiseptic, almond oil can be used to help dryness, acne and rashes on the skin. And, as a bonus, it smells delicious!

Apple cider vinegar

For all skin cleansing and detox needs, apple cider vinegar is the natural product of choice. It’s good for you inside and out and can be used in combination with other products to create the perfect natural toner to remove the oils and dirt from your skin.


If you’re looking for a skincare product that’s buzzing with nutrients, enzymes, vitamins and skin-boosting acids, then raw honey is what you need to use. And with the nutrient-rich raw honey, you can help your skin out when it’s having a breakout episode, is dry and looking for some moisture, is experiencing a rash, or has wounds and scars to heal.

It’s one of the natural ingredients that can work for a variety of skin types as a cleanser or exfoliator.

Sea salt

You’ll find all the magnesium, calcium, sodium and potassium nutrients in sea salt that will work together to balance, restore and protect your skin. Adding sea salt to other natural ingredients will give you the perfect natural exfoliator and can be used in facial masks and toners as well. You will notice it can soothe your skin and control your breakouts, as well as allow your skin to retain more moisture.


If you can control your urge to eat all of the avocados in the house and keep some for your skincare routine, you’ll find that it can do wonders for your skin. With vitamins A, D and E, avocado is the perfect natural ingredient to moisturise and soothe your skin. It’s the ultimate moisturiser and when used as a mask with essential oils and honey, it leaves your skin slightly moist and undoubtedly hydrated.


With a skincare routine, it’s not always about what we put on our skin, but also what we put inside of our bodies for the health and well-being of our skin.

CBD oil

Let’s first establish the difference between cannabis oil and CBD oil. Cannabis oil has a high THC content (THC being the psychoactive chemical) and CBD oil does not.

CBD oil is, therefore, safer to consume and uses the phytonutrients in cannabinoids to make it the perfect supplement to add to your daily skincare routine. CBD oil is ingested as a natural supplement that could have anti-ageing effects for your skin and an overall effect on your wellness.

It’s the concept of, if you feel good, you’ll look good.


Taking these ‘good’ bacteria will clean and control your insides and, indirectly, affect the way your outside looks. It does this by getting rid of the fungus, toxins and parasite bacteria that are known to show through your skin.


Every beauty and life secret begins with water. People underestimate the power of drinking water throughout the day, but it really does wonders for your skin. It will remove toxins from your body that cause breakouts and is one way to remedy dry skin.