– Olive oil (Olive oil has been around for literally thousands of years and used extensively as far back as Egyptian times as one of the ingredients used to preserve mummies. And the ancient Greeks used it regularly for cleansing. It has a proven track record of being beneficial for all skin types without any harmful effects. Olive oil is rich in oleic acid, which provides emollient benefits, as well as small amount of vitamin E, important for its antioxidant benefits. It makes an excellent moisturiser).
– Turmeric ( Cucuma Longa ) (Contains curcumin and other essential oils (turmerone, zingiberins). It has anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties, and skin softening qualities. Curcumin, the substance in turmeric that gives it a characteristic yellow colour, is a natural anti-inflammatory compound and acts as an anti-oxidant to help ease pain and promote would healing.)