Colloidal Oat bath

Oat baths -  Relief for itchy skin


Colloidal oat Aveena sativa, Origin: New Zealand.


  • Colloidal oats are very finely ground oats. By grinding the whole seed, it means that all the prebiotic goodness of the oats is retained, including proteins, lipids and enzymes.
  • The smaller size of oat particles trap water and make it easier for the skin to absorb.
  • A known relief for eczema and psoriasis.
  • Will make the bath more milky.


Calamine powder (Zinc oxide, Ferric oxide), Origin: USA


  • Ok, it is from the US, but this old age ingredient has been known for helping skin recover from itchiness caused by bites, rashes, sunburn and more.
  • Adds a milkiness to a bath.


Olive oil, Olea Europa, Origin: NZ

  • Contains high levels of Vitamin E and Vitamin A
  • It is considered a “fatty” oil so is very good for dry skin.
  • High levels of Squalane.
  • The oil is considered an occlusive as it helps keep moisture in the skin.


 Dried Calendula flowers (Calendula officinalis), Origin: New Zealand.

  • This beautiful New Zealand grown flower helps soothe the skin and assists with healing of small cuts and bruises.
  • They add a beautiful colour too.


 Dried Kawakawa (Macropiper exelsum), Origin: New Zealand.

  • Assists in the repair of dry and worn skin.
  • Can alleviate the symptoms of eczema.
  • One of the most important herbs in the Rongoa Maori (traditional Maori healing recipies).

Lavender essential oil, Lavandula angustifolia, Origin: New Zealand.

  • Lavender oil has been used for thousands of years and is still very popular and versatile.
  • Known for its soothing and calming properties due to the scent.
  • It is also a great skin healer and can rejuvenate the skin.


Vitamin E – used as an antioxidant, D-alpha tocopherol natural, 1000IU, Origin: China.

  • This Vitamin E is naturally derived from Soy bean.
  • Prevents oxidisation
  • Increases Vitamin E levels in the skin.
  • Decrease the severity of UV induced skin aging.

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