1. Kunzea Oil, also known as "White Cloud Essential Oil", is steam-distilled from the leaves of Kunzea Ambigua, which grows in the pristine conditions in Tasmania. It has beneficial qualities such as anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-septic, muscle relaxing properties, relieves congestion and sore joints.
Alpha-pinene and 1,8-Cineole (also found in Eucalyptus Oil, Sage, Rosemary Oil and Cannabis Sativa) are the main plant phytochemicals that reduce inflammation which can be beneficial for inflamamtory skin conditions such as eczema and dermatitis.
1,8 Cineole also helps relieve chest congestion. According to Dr Penoel, Kunzea oil also possesses bicyclogermacrene, globulol, ledol, spathulenol and viridfloral, Sesquiterpene compounds which are considered important when dealing with tired muscles.
Kunzea Oil has a fresh, clean and invigorating scent of pine, eucalyptus and the Australian Bush.
2. Arnica Oil helps to heal bruises and strained muscles. It also helps to promote circulation and has high monounsaturated fats which is helps to soothe inflammatory skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis and acne. It should be used with caution for those who are pregnant.
3. Sea Buckthorn Oil gives this balm it's sunny, bright saffron-yellow colour.
It is rich in unsaturated fat (natural Omega 3,6 and 9), antioxidants, phytosterols, carotenoids and Vitamin E and K, all of which functions to promote a healthy skin barrier.
Sea Buckthorn Oil is good for keeping your skin moisturized, soothing inflammation and promoting healthy skin.
4. Ylang Ylang Oil is from the yellow, star-shaped flower that grows on the Cananga tree (Cananga odorata). This tropical species is native to countries surrounding the Indian Ocean, such as India, the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, and parts of Australia. Ylang ylang’s heady, aromatic scent is fruity, flowery, and rich, and is used in famous perfumes such as Chanel Number 9. It is also good at uplifting the mood, easing nervous tension and stress, and creating a calm, relaxed feeling.