An organic healing balm made from the healing trees of the Amazon and Australian Native flora. Effective bioactive ingredients that provide swift healing results. Curated from a family recipe that has been used for over 15 years to treat cuts, wounds, scar tissue, skin infections, rashes, stains and blemishes.
Bioactive Ingredients: copaiba and andiroba
Ingredients: Carapa guianensis (andiroba) resin oil, Copaifera officinalis (copaiba) resin oil, Cera alba (beeswax), Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) leaf oil, Backhousia citriodora (lemon myrtle) leaf oil, Kunzea ambigua (Kunzea), Commiphora myrrha (Myrhh) resin oil and Rosmarinus officinalis leaf extract (antioxidant).
As a longtime traditional medicine in South America and particularly Brazil, the benefits of copaíba resin oil are numerous. From treating skin conditions to improving the health and natural beauty of your skin, this oil is one to consider adding to your skincare routine. Copaíba oil is well known for its healing effects thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties, making it a wonderful treatment for infection, skin conditions, and muscular/skin pain relief. It’s actually considered to be one of the most anti-inflammatory substances on Earth!
In addition to its acne-preventing and blemish-treating properties, copaíba oil is packed with nourishing vitamins and minerals that benefit your skin. Some of the most notable benefits of using copaíba oil on your skin include:
As an ingredient in natural skin care products, andiroba seed oil benefits the skin, joints and muscles due to its anti-inflammatory, conditioning, and rejuvenating properties. Its vitamins and minerals promote the growth of new skin cells, so it is highly beneficial for speeding up the healing of skin after injury, rash and skin conditions like psoriasis and eczema.
Andiroba oil also contains a collagen booster that plumps skin and improves firmness, so it works very well as a treatment for fine lines, wrinkles, and age spots. The oil penetrates the skin easily to deep-treat dry skin and rejuvenate skin cells.
Some of the vitamins and minerals that make andiroba seed oil so effective include andirobin, Vitamins A, C, and E, in addition to linoleic acid, palmitic acid, oleic acid, stearic acid, and more. Andiroba oil is rich in fatty acids as well, providing highly effective antioxidizing properties.
As a skincare solution, andiroba seed oil is used to:
We believe that anything you place on or in your body should be truly free of harsh chemicals and safe to nature. We choose organic first, as nature intended.
We lovingly handcraft all our products. We are serious about the integrity of our preparations. Natural ingredients carefully combined to nurture your body and mind.
Growing up in an Ecological Centre in Brazil has made me aware of all sustainable practices from composting toilets to organic gardening, water harvesting and planting forests. It just wouldn’t be right if I didn’t walk my talk. All the products are sourced from sustainable producers that protect the climate, keep air and water clean and preserve forests. We practise a “plastic free” ethos.
We are an Australian company working from the Byron Bay Shire.
My passion for plants started when I was a child working in the garden with my mum. She passed on her knowledge about gardening, plants, home-made products and so much more. I first started recording information about herbs when I was 13-years-old.
Living in rural Brazil, the women that surrounded me always made their own medicines. When someone was sick they would go to the garden or sometimes the forest to collect the special ingredient and back to the kitchen. A brew, tincture, cream or syrup would offered. I was fascinated by the healing power of plants and wanted to make sure I remembered their unique qualities. When I finished school I felt the calling to further my studies about healing, and settled into a Bachelors of Health & Science (Naturopathy). I wanted to be able to provide my family with genuine, strong, holistic care, which I can now do.
The stories, legends and myths of female healers and warriors from across the world inspired me ever more. I remember reading books such as the Mists of Avalon and identifying myself with it. I was also lucky enough to grow up in an area where I was surrounded by strong women who practised healing in their day to day life. For thousands of years women have been renown as incredible healers.
The involvement of women in the field of medicine has been historically recorded in several early civilisations. An Egyptian, Merit Ptah (2700 BC), described in an inscription as “chief physician”, is the earliest woman named in the history of science. Agamede was cited by Homer as a healer in Greece before the Trojan War. Agnodike was the first female physician to practice legally in 4th century BC Athens. Metrodora was a physician and generally regarded as the first medical writer.
However, the medical profession was male dominated for over 300 years as governments decided that only those trained in universities were allowed to formally practise medicine. As women were not allowed into the universities they could not gain a licence. Women did, however, continue to practise medicine. Women have always been central in providing medical care, whether offering remedies in the home, midwifery or acting as herbalists. In the mid 19th century, women’s participation in the medical professions was finally “allowed”.
Now that women can go back to using their power, we can move towards a different reality, regaining the rights to practice healing, speak up and live in our bodies as they are. Appreciating our bodies and loving one self is of vital importance in creating positive global change. Using organic wholesome products, food and medicine is one way of showing ourselves this self love.
This is why I choose to grow my own food and make my own products and medicine wherever I can..
We choose ingredients that are natural & organic. Only the good stuff for your body.
All our products and ingredients utilised have not been tested on animals.
All our products are free of all nasties such as sulphates, petrochemicals and parabens.
As sustainability is as the core of love & co. we refuse to use palm oil or any other unsustainable product.
Most of our products are vegan friendly. However, some do contain beeswax so please check each product.
Our products are designed to suit all different body and skin types.