Tea tree is known for treating bacterial and inflammatory conditions such as acne and unlike other acne treatments it won't dry skin out, in fact it can help soothe dry skin leaving it soft and supple.
Tea tree can also help to reduce redness and calm razor burns and ingrown hair. It helps decongest and promotes tissue healing while reducing oil production.
Tea tree oil contains antiseptic, antibacterial and antiviral properties, it can be used to disinfect and kill germs.
It can also be used to treat dry scalps and dandruff as well as stimulate hair follicles to promote hair growth.
Oats contain moisturising and softening properties, they exfoliate the skin to remove dead skin cells and get rid of dry, flaky skin to reveal a soft, smooth, brighter complexion. Its exfoliating properties help rid the skin of daily toxins which helps to improve skin tone and texture. It is known to help treat acne, eczema, rosacea and itchy skin.
Oats contain anti-inflammatory properties and have a calming effect on sensitive or irritated skin.
They can help to tackle the signs of ageing by improving collagen production and protecting the skin from environmental damage.
As a natural moisturiser oats can help treat dandruff and soothe dry or irritated scalps as well as helping to reduce oil production that causes oily hair.
Avocados contain skin nourishing vitamins A, D & E, and fatty acids including oleic acid which help maintain moisture for long lasting hydration.
These antioxidants also have anti-ageing properties providing skin with protection from environmental, sun and free radical damage that lead to visible signs of ageing such as fine lines, age spots and wrinkles.
They also help keep skin firm, soft, plump and supple by aiding the production of elastin and collagen.