Saturday, 7 January 2012

The Australian Botanics Company

The Australian Botanics Company launches a new face cream for dry skin, freshly made with Australian ingredients such as the essence from the Australian Banksia flower.
The essence is extracted from the nectar of the nutrient rich flower of the woody Banksia Tree found growing wild on the coastal regions of southern Australia. The essence contains vitamins, proteins and sugars as well as amino acids, and anti-oxidants A, C and E, the benefits of which work synergistically to improve skin firmness and vitality. This helps to smooth and soften the skin. The cream also contains nutrient rich hemp seed oil, carrot seed oil, aloe vera and shea butter. 

Company founder and pharmacist, Suresh Mistry created the exciting range of Australian natural products using his pharmacy training, his keen interest in manufacturing and an upbringing where natural remedies were used to treat common aliments.
“The Australian Banksia Flower essence is rich in natural anti-oxidants such as vitamins C, A and E, these mop up the free radicals created by the sun that damage skin collagen and hence cause pre-mature ageing and wrinkles. The natural oils used in making the cream also nourish the skin with essential fatty acids and whilst the nutrient rich aloe vera soothes and hydrates the skin.”

“I think customers will love this product as it’s genuinely natural, freshly made and a great products for normal to dry skin!”
Australian Botanics Dry skin face cream is now available in boutique shops, spas and other natural store outlets, or online at The Australian Botanics Company also has a large range of other natural and exciting feel-good products for the hair, face, hands, body and feet, including indulgence products such as bath salts – ALL freshly made!! A percentage of the profits will support and benefit the aboriginal community of Australia.

The Australian Botanics Company – supports the Aboriginal Children’s Advancement Society (ACAS) of Australia who assist Aboriginal children wherever and whenever the need is apparent. To initiate and support proposals designed to advance the health, housing, education, cultural, moral and social well-being of young Aboriginals.  ACAS also provides and maintains hostels and accommodation for students or young Aboriginal workers in necessitous circumstances.
Photos supplied by Mr. Suresh Mistry MRPharmS, Founder of The Australian Botanics Co.

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