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Around the time of the Sydney Olympics in 2000, Lemon Myrtle's rediscovery was boosted due to the many international VIPs visiting the country and the need to be able to present "native Australian" cuisine inspired by the fusing of this distinctive fragrance and taste with an array of other dishes.
We do not make outlandish claims about our products. However, we aim to provide the best information for customers looking for solutions to healthy skin.
Lemon Myrtle Fragrances Moisturiser is for the Face, Body and Hands, and it is used by customers of all ages.
Lemon Myrtle Fragrances have produced long lasting, plant based insect repellents that are DEET free, scientifically proven to be effective and approved by the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA).
Although one of the oldest foods on earth, Lemon Myrtle is only a fairly recent discovery for Europeans as a food and we are in the stage of experimentation with this versatile and dynamic plant.
Have you experimented with Lemon Myrtle oil? We would be glad to hear from you!
High quality natural essential oils have been used with an organic base of Aloe to make a product safe for most skin types.
Directions: Use a small amount on a loofah, sponge or hands in the shower.
The face skin cells can be more delicate than other parts of the body so gentle application of cleansers and moisturizers is better than scrubbing away with cloths and brushes
Konjac is a plant mostly grown in China and Japan for a variety of functions including beverages, food including pasta, textiles, paper and more lately for cosmetic sponges.