Harakeke Seed Oil & Mānuka Water Hand & Body Cream
A rich and nourishing hand and body cream designed to soothe the skin and reduce inflammation. The hero ingredient is Harakeke Seed Oil, which is rich in omegas 3, 6, and 9 and also has high linoleic content, an amino acid that is incredibly nourishing for the skin. Formulated with Mānuka water, this hand and body lotion also balances the PH levels in the skin, closes the pores, and gently kills bacteria.
- Made in New Zealand
- A rich and nourishing hand and body cream
- Designed to moisturise the skin while reducing inflammation and balancing PH levels
- Suitable for sensitive, dry, and normal skin types
- 200𝗆ℓ or 500𝗆ℓ
Use morning and evening after showering. Dispense 1-2 pumps and massage into freshly cleansed skin, concentrating on dry areas. For hands, use after washing and dispense 1 pump and massage.
- Distilled Mānuka Hydrosol
- Blackcurrant Seed Oil
- Harakeke Seed Oil
- Vegetable Glycerin
- Olive Oil Derived Emulsifier
- Shea Butter
- Coconut Butter
- Cetostearyl Alcohol
- Soy Lecithin
- Vitamin E Oil
- Xanthum Gum
- Naturaguard Pure
Ingredients in the seed oil include linoleic acid, Phyosetrols, and omega 3 Omega 6, which are fatty acids. In addition to being edible, flaxseed oil contributes to skin health. Linoleic acid is nature's great moisturiser. Phytosterols reduce redness and irritation, and omega 3 and 6 have antioxidant potential. Further, Omega 6 will work together with oleic acids to speed cell turnover.
What is important to them is that what they do brings opportunity to the community where they are based on Aotea. In light of which they have decided (despite the difficulty) to grow, extract and manufacture all the products rather than outsource this. Aotea is proud to say that for every year they have been in business they have provided scholarships to their rangatahi māori to attend high school and they are in the process of creating more jobs for whānau.
What is also important to Aotea is spearheading the science that will give credibility to the anecdotal history and knowledge māori have for the healing flora of Aotearoa. They now have a committed R&D team to determine innovative ways to not only extract some of the plant agents in the flora they use but also undertake clinical tests of these plant agents.