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Rosewater Mist - Organic

4 Ways Organic Rosewater Benefits the Scalp & Hair


  • DEFEND against dandruff: In reducing oil production, rosewater works to prevent dandruff formation on the scalp. Target scalp oiliness to stop dandruff, as it is a byproduct of oil overproduction.

  • SOOTHING Anti-inflammatory agents: Rosewater has natural antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties that can soothe irritation on the scalp. This elixir can especially benefit those with eczema or psoriasis of the scalp.

  • BOOST frizz-fighting moisturiser: Rosewater can provide hydration to dry and curly hair. Friese shares that people with curly hair often use rose water to fight frizz and increase shine.

  • PREVENT hair loss: A healthy scalp environment is key to preventing non-hormone related hair growth and loss issues. The anti-inflammatory properties of rosewater can help promote a healthy scalp environment and reduce hair loss.

8 More Ways to Incorporate Organic Rosewater Into Your Beauty Routine

  • Boost Your Bath

  • Balance Skin pH

  • Hydrate Your Skin

  • Soothe Razor Burn

  • Refresh Your Hair

  • Reduce Skin Redness

  • Refresh Your Makeup

  • Boost Your Sheet Mask

  • Use As a Toner

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Rose & Cacay Oil - Organic



  • An intensive anti-ageing & replenishing moisturiser for mature/dry/dehydrated skin, hair and nails

  • Features a light texture that dissolves quickly into skin

  • Use with Wild Alchemy NZ Organic Rosewater Mist

  • Helps boost skin’s luminosity & radiance 

  • Fortified with Organic Cacay Oil to visibly restore skin's density & elasticity

  • Reduces the appearance of dehydration lines and wrinkles

  • Calm the senses with the light rose scent

  • Skin appears softer, smoother, plumper & younger with a rosy glow

Cacay Oil is an incredible, nutrient-rich plant oil that’s more vitamin-packed than Argan and Rosehip Oils. Potent and concentrated, this sustainably harvested oil is quickly becoming an essential anti-ageing ingredient in natural skincare because of its ability to visibly improve skin tone and reduce the appearance of environmental damage. Cacay Oil can help to deliver a serious boost of skin-loving vitamins and antioxidants.

Sourced from the Amazon in Colombia, Cacay Oil is a pure Organic nut oil cold pressed from the nuts of Cacay trees. Rich in nutrients including vitamins, antioxidants and essential fatty acids. It is believed to contain three times more retinol than other popular anti-ageing oils including Rosehip, and 50 per cent more Vitamin E and Omega-6 (linoleic essential fatty acid) than Argan oil. It’s safe worn in the sun and can be worn beneath makeup.

Cacay Oil is a light, dry oil absorbed quickly without being sticky or greasy on the skin. Vegan and non-irritating, it’s ideal for all skin types and can be used on the face, body, hair and nails.

The beauty of organic skincare is that no fertilisers or pesticides are used to grow any of the plants used, meaning the plants and ingredients receive their balanced nutrition from the soil provided. Market gardening and farming have always been a beautiful blend of experiential knowledge, practicality and science. New Zealand soils for example have been deficient in selenium and magnesium for a couple of decades due to the pressure placed on fields. The need to meet consumer demands and to financial has taken precedence over the traditional practice of leaving fields fallow to allow the soil to recover and rebalance its nutrients, to break disease and pest cycles. The practice of leaving fields fallow meant that the following crops were much more vibrant, nutritious and healthy. This traditional practice is how organic growers develop their crops. It’s a much slower process that takes a broader view of the collective planet and all of its inhabitants, a process that is playing the long game. 

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Chamomile & Chia Seed Oil - Organic

Organic Roman Chamomile Oil

Chamomile, the sweet little daisy-like flower that eases anxiety and helps to promote a relaxing sleep is also highly effective in fighting and calming chronic skin irritations.

  • Goodbye under-eye circles: Adding chamomile products to your skincare help to lighten the under eye area while also reducing puffiness caused by fluid retention and inflammation.

  • Reduce redness & irritation: Redness and irritation, dull and inflamed skin can be an indication that there’s underlying inflammation. Chamomile applied topically and by drinking helps to reduce skin inflammation. It feels soothing but it also targets the cause of the redness.

  • Treat Eczema, psoriasis & rosacea: Chamomile contains flavonoids that have the ability to penetrate the upper levels of the epidermis allowing them to work as a topical anti-inflammatory. Indeed, it’s so powerful that studies have shown it to be about 60% as effective as 0.25% hydrocortisone cream (hydrocortisone severely thins the skin over time making it more susceptible to sensitivities, creating a cyclical dependency on steroid creams.)


Organic Chia Seed Oil

Chia seed oil benefits all skin types. Here's how the tiny powerhouse, nutrient-dense chia seed can improve the skin.

  • Rich in fatty acids: When used in skincare, chia seed oil is especially effective because of its high composition of omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids. These fatty acids produce the skin's natural oil barrier, essential in keeping skin hydrated, plumper, and younger-looking.

  • Is an antioxidant ingredient: Chia seed oil has strong antioxidant properties. Antioxidants are substances that help protect the skin's surface from oxidative damage caused by free radicals and environmental aggressors like UV and pollution. Internal aggressors can come in the form of chronic inflammation.

  • Increases skin hydration (water): Chia seed oil help with skin hydration, but it can also decrease transepidermal water loss.

  • Protects from free-radical damage: The strong antioxidant properties of chia seed oil help protect the skin from oxidative damage and free radicals (which play a major role in skin ageing) due to environmental aggressors, such as UV radiation or pollution.

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