The Nourish range is powered by organic pearl powder, famous in China for its rejuvenating qualities, toning witch hazel and ten powerful Chinese herbs combined into a complex formula. Our body products have all the key ingredients used in ancient china for beautiful, nourished, toned and smooth skin.
Our Nourish range herb complex is made of high quality herbs known in Traditional Chinese Medicine to intensely moisturise, improve circulation & elasticity, tone and firm skin whilst breaking down excess fat and cellulite. These herbs are used traditionally in the treatment of eczema, stretch marks & scars and have been used for thousands of years to smooth and nourish the skin. We blended key Chinese herbs with our organic, natural creams and washes and beautifully fragrant organic essential oils to make a body range to care for and nourish your skin every day.
The herbs in our herb complex are:
- Safflower has been shown in Chinese studies to reduce fat and boost the circulation
- Solomon’s Seal has been used for centuries to moisturise & improve the appearance of the skin
- Gingko Biloba is used traditionally to regenerate cells, as a powerful anti-oxidant and to help circulation
- Goji berries are packed with anti-oxidants and revered in China for their anti-aging properties
- Poria used in Chinese Imperial courts to maintain clear and radiant skin
- Fennel seed has strong cleansing and toning properties in herbal medicine
- Nutgrass known in China to nurture skin & minimize scarring
- Water plantain used traditionally to reduce fat & cellulite deposits
- Chrysanthemum is used in herbal medicine as a soothing anti-inflammatory
- Kelp is high in natural silicon, believed to keep skin from wrinkling & sagging
Pearl Powder used by the Chinese for thousands of years for flawless, lustrous, beautiful skin. It is extremely rich in amino acids, mucopolysaccharides, B-vitamins and a wide range of minerals. Studies† have shown that pearl boosts the action of SOD (Superoxide Dismutase) one of the body’s strongest antioxidant enzymes which can decrease signs of aging.
Our body cream with the herb complex and a a high percentage of pearl powder is rich but non- greasy. With grapefruit, mandarin & vanilla essential oils it leaves skin smooth and lusciously scented
Organic & Natural
All herbal fix products are made using certified organic bases which contain no nasties like SLS or parabens. This makes them gentle and natural on your skin. The body cream contains uplifting organic grapefruit, vanilla & mandarin essential oils known for their toning, circulation boosting and anti-cellulite properties.
Our body cream comes in a 200ml BPA free, recyclable PET plastic jar with a screw lid.
Directions: Massage in upwards circles into skin. Use in combination with body wash and toning cup as used in Chinese Medicine to tone & firm skin and break down cellulite if required.
Ingredients: Aqua, Helianthus annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil*, Butyrospermum parkii (Shea) Butter*, Glycerin, Theobroma cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter*, Glyceryl Stearate, Cera alba* (beeswax), Coco-Glucoside, Sucrose Stearate, Coconut Alcohol, Olea europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil*, Linum usitatissimum (Linseed) Seed Oil*, Aloe barbadensis Leaf Juice Powder*, Phenoxyethanol, Xanthan Gum, Potassium Sorbate, Lactic Acid, Tocopherol, Benzyl Alcohol, Hamamelis virginiana (Witch Hazel) Extract*, Polygonatum odoratum Extract, Carthamus tinctorius Extract, Chrysanthemum sinense Extract, Lycium barbarum fruit Extract, Ginkgo biloba Extract, Cyperus rotundus Extract, Poria cocos Extract, Alisma orientalis Extract, Foeniculum vulgare Extract, Laminaria japonica Extract, Anthemis Nobilis Flower (Roman Chamomile) Oil*, Citrus sinensis (Orange) Oil*, Vanilla planifolia (Vanilla) Oil *organic ingredients approx 83% organic (italic) active herbal ingredients
†References: Shengshan Hu et al. Research on anti-aging effects of pearl water solution. Chinese Herbal Medicine 25(4):203, 1994 Tong ZH et al, The anti-aging effect of pearl oyster shell powder (POSP). Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine. 1988 Dec;8(4):247-50