Our range of Outback Organics is now available to purchase from Fitness In Time. We like to make sure your skin is getting looked after as well as your muscles!
It is an ethical brand that uses no parabens, palm oil and does not test on animals, but also the plant oils and extracts chosen to enhance the Outback Organics range have been carefully selected for their uniquely healing, soothing and nourishing properties. They are expertly blended with the latest cosmetic ingredients to produce beautiful products of exceptional efficacy.
These ingredients have amazing benefits for our health and skin and the main ingredients include tea tree oil or lemon myrtle oil – two of nature’s strongest known antiseptics and wonderful natural remedies.
Here is a list of just a few of the botanical ingredients we use in Outback Organics skin care products, and an insight into why we love them.
Lemon Myrtle Oil – antibacterial essential oil from Australia with a fresh citrus fragrance. Used by Indigenous people as a tonic and stimulant.
Tea Tree Oil – one of nature’s strongest known antiseptics. Tea tree essential oil is well known as a wonderful natural remedy in the treatment of countless skin conditions, including acne, cuts, scrapes, insect bites, and minor infections.
Jojoba Oil – emollient plant wax with moisturising, antimicrobial and protective qualities. Due to its affinity with the skin’s natural sebum, jojoba oil is easily absorbed with no greasy after-feel.
Prickly Pear – obtained from a cactus in the deserts of southern Morocco. Exceptionally high in betalains, a class of super-antioxidants that fight free radical damage, help reduce inflammation and improve cellular function.
Bush Mint – cooling and stimulating, with antifungal and antibacterial properties. The leaves are crushed and used by Indigenous people in ointments and infusions to treat sores, headaches and colds.
Aniseed Myrtle/Anisata – native to Australian east coast sub-tropical rainforests. The leaves have antibacterial and antifungal properties, and are used as an antiseptic.
Mountain Pepper – native to woodland areas in southeast Australia. The leaves and berries have antimicrobial and antioxidant properties, and are used by locals to treat aches and pains.
Rose Hip Oil – an excellent source of essential fatty acids, vitamin A and antioxidants. Assists in skin renewal and repair to maintain softness and elasticity.