Tea Tree Seaweed Facial Lotion


Tea tree & thyme essential oils combine to create the ultimate skin blemish-fighting combo, while the mix of light, conditioning oils keeps the skin ultimately hydrated without blocking the pores. Organic seaweed powder nourishes the skin, helping add flexibility back to the skin cells, keeping your complexion youthful & glowing.



  • Distilled water
  • Organic olive oil
  • Organic shea butter
  • Aloe Vera
  • Polawax
  • Organic hemp seed oil
  • Organic jojoba oil
  • Vegetable glycerin
  • Organic seaweed powder
  • Local sugar kelp extract
  • Preservative eco
  • Organic tea tree essential oil
  • Thyme essential oil

Tea Tree & Thyme essential oils

Tea Tree & Thyme essential oils are both powerful natural antibiotics. Together they are amazing at fighting acne without the usual negative side-effects of other skin-clearing products (redness, dryness, etc), leaving skin smooth & improved. Helpful for other skin issues such as eczema & psoriasis, and are useful anti-ageing agents.

Organic Seaweed Powder

Organic Seaweed Powder is a rich source of organic proteins, minerals and vitamins including vitamins B12 (not found in land plants), vitamin E, and other nutrients. When used on the skin, seaweed acts as a powerful detoxifier that draws out toxins and impurities while adding beneficial nutrients. It is said to have antioxidant properties that help to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, and it can be used to stimulate the body’s circulation which helps heal sore muscles while infusing the skin with moisture for a healthy glow. Seaweed contains fatty acids to combat skin irritation and inflammation; and may assist with skin ailments such as acne, psoriasis and eczema. Seaweed Powder is suitable for all skin types.

Aloe vera

Aloe vera is traditionally used to help soothe angry skin – burns, wounds, and sunburn. It also helps calm dry, flaky skin, eczema, psoriasis, and it’s good for acne. It’s very moisturizing, fights ageing, and reduces the look of stretch marks. For more detailed information, read this: The Benefits of Using Aloe Vera for Skin Care and More

What Does “Saponified” Mean?

Saponification is the chemical reaction used in the soap making process. When the oils and fats are combined with lye (a strong alkali) they are called saponified. At the end of the process the lye is all gone, and you are left with just soap. To learn more about this, have a look at my blog post on the subject.


About “Filler” Oils

Cheaper oils are often used as a “filler” but I don’t use them because they don’t add much nutrient value to the soap.

I don’t use palm oil in any of my products, since its production is harmful to the environment, destroying critical habitat for many endangered species, as well as being linked with the eviction of forest-dwelling peoples. Find out more here.

I only use high quality oils and butters that are filled with beneficial nutrients for the skin. Learn more about this on my blog.