Want to know more about the oils we use?

Each oil possesses therapeutic properties that are determined by the molecular structure of the plant or nut they are derived from. Learn more about the plant oils selected by Thursday Plantation to restore your skin and your wellbeing.

  • Tea Tree Oil

    Tea Tree Oil

    Tea Tree Oil

    What is it:  Tea Tree Oil is distilled from specially selected Melaleuca aternifolia trees, a plant native to the north-eastern New South Wales and south-eastern Queensland, Australia. Tea Tree was originally used by the indigenous people of New South Wales as an antiseptic and was widely recognised during the 1930s and 1940s. Thursday Plantation was the first brand to bring the power of Tea Tree Oil to the rest of Australia.

     

    Benefits: Tea Tree Oil is a natural antiseptic, antibacterial and antifungal ingredient which inhibits a broad spectrum of bacteria and fungi, without compromising the skin’s own healing process.

     

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  • Eucalyptus Oil

    Eucalyptus Oil

    Eucalyptus Oil

    What is it: Eucalyptus Oil is distilled from the leaves and twigs of the Eucalyptus globulus (also known as Blue Gum) tree, a plant native to Australia but also present in other parts of the world including Asia, South Africa, America and Europe.

     

    Benefits: Eucalyptus has antiseptic and antimicrobial properties and is ideal to bring relief to symptoms of colds and flu.

     

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  • Lavender Oil

    Lavender Oil

    Lavender Oil

    What is it: Our Lavender Oil comes from the flowering tops of Lavandula angustifolia, a plant cultivated for centuries in the bucolic Lavender field of Provence (south of France). It is therapeutic-graded, which makes it highly regarded for health and beauty.

     

    Benefits: Lavender Oil has soothing and calming properties and can relieve many conditions ranging from stress and sleeplessness, to the relief of minor skin inflammations.

  • Rosehip Oil

    Rosehip Oil

    Rosehip Oil

    What is it: Our certified organic Rosehip Oil comes from wild crops grown in Central Chile, where it was first discovered in 1983. The oil is cold pressed next to the source of picking to retain an extremely high level of its natural nutrient content. Rosehip is naturally rich in essential fatty acids, Vitamin A, and antioxidants.

     

    Benefits: Rosehip oil works in harmony with your body to restore radiant, young looking skin.

  • Almond oil

    Almond oil

    Almond Oil

    What is it: Sweet Almond Oil is expressed from the ripe seed kernels of Prunus amygdalus dulcis. It is used for its nourishing properties.

     

    Benefits: Rich in cell-replenishing vitamins, Almond Oil is highly nourishing and is ideal for dry, tired, and lifeless skin. It also soothes skin redness and improves the appearance of uneven skin tone. 

  • Macadamia Oil

    Macadamia Oil

    Macadamia Oil

    What is it: Macadamia Oil is cold-pressed from the Australian native Macadamia integrifolia nut.

     

    Benefits:  It is high in palmitoleic acid (omega 7), an essential fatty acid which is found in the human’s skin, but diminishes with ageing. The palmitoleic acids found in Macadamia Oil replenish and protect the skin’s lipid barrier, leaving the skin looking plumped and rejuvenated. 

  • Jojoba Oil

    Jojoba Oil

    Jojoba Oil

    What is it: Grown wild in the North American desert, Jojoba Oil is made from Jojoba seeds that are hand-picked and cold pressed. This unique product is technically a liquid wax and is not subject to a rapid oxidation rate so it does not become rancid unlike other vegetable oils.

     

    Benefits:  Jojoba oil’s molecular structure is very similar to the skin’s sebum. This allows it to build a very fine waxy coating on the skin which acts as a barrier to moisture loss. It can also balance oily skin by regulating sebum production.

Thursday Plantation is an Integria Healthcare brand, a leader in natural healthcare solutions. Find out more about Integria Healthcare and their range of brands at integria.com.

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