Based in the rural town of Oxford in New Zealand's beautiful South Island, Oasis Beauty marches to the gentle beat of nature. Their range is designed for those with sensitive skin, using gentle and natural ingredients without the need for harsh or toxic chemicals.
HealthPost carries a range of Oasis Beauty products, including BB creams, body and facial moisturisers, self tanning lotion and more.
While an increasing number of people seek to avoid toxic chemicals in their skincare regime, and move towards effective but gentle cosmetics, Oasis Beauty have stepped up to the challenge with a great range of cosmetics and skincare designed to help fill that need. With a strong emphasis on ethical, cruelty-free but affordable skincare, they utilise high quality natural – and often organic – ingredients. Their passion for animal welfare means they donate a portion of their profits to a number of animal welfare and protection charities.
Natural Sensitive Range
The product line includes BB creams, moisturisers, cleansers and masks designed to support healthy skin. Their famous Rhino Repair cream is designed to soothe and heal irritated, itchy skin.
The newest addition to the range is the organic Skin Healing Gel with aloe vera and cucumber providing instant cooling relief.
Oasis Beauty Tropical Fruit Smoothie combines 3 products into 1 - a physical exfoliator, enzymatic exfoliator and smoothing masque.
It is a powerful but gentle multipurpose product for smooth, glowing skin in no time at all. Jojoba beads combined with papaya and pineapple exfoliate away rough skin. Then let the natural clays work their magic...and voila! Super smooth sexy skin.
No colour, fragrance, parabens or other scary stuff. Cruelty free.
Gently massage onto clean face & neck with fingertips for 1-2 minutes. If time allows, leave on to set as a masque, the longer the better, before removing with water or a facecloth. Or apply as a masque first, then exfoliate afterwards.
Use 2-3 times a week and your skin will be glowing in no time
Gently scrub a little on your lips, just don't eat it as it doesn't taste as yummy as it sounds!