Alaya body is an all-natural Australian botanical body care range

It’s time to think about home day spa body care, revitalise your complexion and soothe your body with nourishing natural skin products.

Alaya body is an all-natural Australian botanical body care range

It’s time to think about home day spa body care, revitalise your complexion and soothe your body with nourishing natural skin products.

All Natural Ingredients

Eco Friendly

Hand made

Just Nature

Natural Preservative

Natural Fragrances

Paraban Free

Cruelty Free

No Artificial Colours

No Mineral oil

No Artificial Chemicals

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Hemp Oil

Our current Alaya hemp extract has a mid-potency strength from the mature flowers of the cannabis plant.

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Pink Clay & Pomegranate Face Mask

A facial in a jar for glowing skin, is one mask away! It removes dead skin cells, toxins, impurities, and any t-zone oil while refining pores.

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Caldera

We continue an alchemic tradition of carefully extracting the therapeutic qualities from the calendula and hemp flowers to produce nourishing oils and medicinal balms for skin and body care.

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Created from organic botanicals, our base gold+ calendula flower and hemp oils are prepared by hand at Mount Warning in the Tweed Valley Rainbow region of Northern NSW, Australia, bordering on the World Heritage listed ‘Wollumbin National Park’

Our Range

Alaya Body is an all-natural Australian botanical body care range. It is handmade on the Wollumbin volcanic caldera
where a  presence dominates and its vibrational energy embodies the range.

Our Natural Ingredients

Hyaluronic acid

Drench your skin with hyaluronic acid to aid hydration while
smoothing down age related lines.
Environmental factors and aging decrease the skin’s natural ability to attract and retain moisture and natural levels of hyaluronic acid decline, leaving the skin dry and vulnerable. 
Hyaluronic Acid helps to hydrate skin resulting in a more youthful appearance.

Rosewater

Rose water has strong anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties. 

When applied to the skin it can improve complexion, reduce skin redness, soothe irritated skin, reduce acne and it may reduce the appearance of wrinkles.

Pink Clay

Pink Clay is used to purify, cleanse and detoxify the skin, remove dead skin cells, improve skin softness and create a natural glow and refreshed appearance. It can also be used to treat acne and sun damaged skin. Pink Clay is suited to all skin types, particularly sensitive and mature skin.

Bentonite Clay

Bentonite Clay is said to attract and draw out free radicals and other toxins from the skin and may help with the relief of minor skin conditions, reduce acne and improve dermatitis.

Full spectrum hemp oil

Full spectrum hemp oil

This oil contains a full spectrum strength of cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids from the mature cannabis flower.
Such a cannabis extract is being used worldwide for a wide range of medicinal conditions by toning our endocannabinoid system of cell receptors and neurotransmitters.
The uptake of cannabinoids
has a proven preventative and therapeutic benefit.

Ashwagandha

Often described as an adaptogen that provides the body with the ability to adapt to physical and mental stress.
Ashwagandha is rightfully legendary with how it can supplement a person's need for wellness in several unique areas of homeostatic regulation.
This herb is known for its neuroprotective benefits, ability to provide anti-inflammatory effects that aid the body's regulation of cortisol levels, improve athletic performance, immune boosting, and aids in the regulation of the body's blood sugar levels.

‘Calendula Gold+ Flower Oil’™

Calendula is a medicinal plant with a beautiful orange flower that has powerful anti-aging, anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal and anti-viral healing properties. This is due to the power of the flavonoids and high concentrations of linoleic acid in the plant which protect cells from free radical damage and anti-inflammatory compounds that make it a potent remedy for skin issues like eczema, acne, dry skin and dermatitis. The carotenoids in the plant that produce the brilliant orange colour in the flower can also reduce the signs of aging by decreasing the appearance of wrinkles and provide moisture and tone to the skin. Calendula oil extracted from marigold flowers (Calendula officinalis) has been used throughout history. Calendula flowers are used for compresses in poorly healing wounds, bruises, rashes, boils and dermatitis.

Frankincense

Frankincense oil has been renowned since ancient time for its skin benefits due to its highly anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-acne, anti-fungal, anti-aging and anti-scarring properties. It is used to promote healthy skin, rejuvenate tired, dull and blemished skin.

It is known to soothe inflamed skin by reducing redness, swelling and itching. It helps to disinfect and tighten the pores, thereby promoting the speedy healing of cuts, wounds, and scars. It is used to stimulate the growth of new skin cells, stimulate blood flow and circulation among other competencies.

Macadamia oil

In our late twenties the skin’s ability to produce Squalene slows down and our skin becomes rougher, drier and can appear damaged. Macadamia oil contains squalene which maintains the fluidity of cell membranes and keeps skin hydrated and healthy. Macadamia oil closely resembles human sebum because it is rich in palmitoleic acid and oleic acid. It is also one of few plants that contains keratin which is vital for skin health, it is a skin firming acid that is similar to collagen. 

Palmitoleic acid and squalene provide essential antioxidants that aid the repair of skin damage, scars, stretch marks and premature wrinkles. The omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids in macadamia oil deter the formation of rashes, reduce itchiness and ease eczema and psoriasis. 

Peppermint oil

Peppermint oil contains anti-bacterial properties and can reduce certain types of bacteria found in the mouth. It can help heal cracked lips and it has a soothing effect on wind-chapped or sun-burnt lips as it provides cooling refreshment to the lips. It is also known to stimulate blood flow and can help maintain lip plumpness.

Shea butter

Shea butter offers moisturising properties that can improve the texture and tone of the face and skin and contains up to 60 percent fat, which makes it an ideal moisturiser. Being rich in vitamins A, E and F it promotes the healthy development of collagen and smooth, supple skin texture. Shea butter offers a sun protection factor of about six and can be used on the skin where sunscreens may cause irritation, such as the eyelids and lips. It promotes the healing of wounds and restores dry, flaky, inflamed or itchy skin.

Mango butter

Mango butter is a wonderful skin nourishment treatment, it is rich in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals.
It hydrates skin, forming a protective layer that moisturises and softens skin and can also stimulate the production of collagen given its high concentration of Vitamin C.

The abundance of Vitamin E and Vitamin C may help protect skin from environmental stressors like sunlight, pollution, and even blue light from screens and prevent signs of ageing.
The high levels of Vitamin A may also help reduce sun damage and therefore slow premature aging.

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