ONNE Beauty Dictionary
Discover ONNE’s A-Z Beauty Dictionary
Read our beauty directory including everything you need to know about every ingredient sourced from nature, included in ONNE, by ONNE.
Saponin, within the powder, creates a naturally occurring foam, which magically removes dead skin cells and cleanses pores by drawing out sebum, dirt and bacteria. The result? Blemish free skin.
Did you know that aloe protects the skin from UV damage? If applied to the skin’s surface, this herb, which contains aloin, blocks 30 percent of the ultraviolet rays from the sun. Amaze! PS. It also reduces wrinkles.
BITTER ORANGE OIL
Unwanted oil is tres unnecessary so say goodbye to excess sebum and instead focus on balancing the production of oil in the skin.
CACAO SEED BUTTER
Did you know that cocao polyphenol antioxidants, belong to the same group as those in green tea and red wine? Yes, please and thank you.
This ingredient sourced from nature is so soothing it’s perfect for sensitive skin types, including newborn babies.
Much like bark on a tree, cedarwood acts as a barrier to the body, defending it against toxins and boosting the body’s immune system to fight stress and malfunction.
Dehydrated and damaged skin be gone, because this extract is packed full of Vitamin B, which at once moisturises and inhibits the growth of bacteria.
Did you know this milks’ natural fatty acids help to treat dry and irritated skin whilst removing icky bacteria from skin.
High nutrient values equals a low appearance when it comes to acne scars. Now that’s natural skincare that works.
This powder dehydrates the fatty cells under the skin’s surface, minimising the appearance of cellulite. Hoorah!
This Australian wonder has a higher source of antioxidants than blueberries.
If there’s one ingredient in this beauty dictionary that strengthens the dermis and epidermis of the skin, it’s the leafy green, gotu kola.
GREEN TEA EXTRACT
We love a tea, especially a unique one made with the powerful antioxidant, catechins, which helps fight the damage caused by free radicals.
This Australian native, found in northern Australia, is said to be one of the world’s richest natural sources of vitamin C. Incredible, no?!
A clay, which reduces the production of sebum and removes impurities gently without stripping the skin of its natural oils.
This sponge is deliciously rich in vitamins (A, B1, B2, B6, B12, C, D, & E), proteins, lipids, fatty acids and natural minerals such as copper, zinc, iron and magnesium. which help nourish and smooth skin naturally.
MACADAMIA NUT OIL
Packed full of several anti-ageing compounds, this oil reduces the rate at which skin ages.
Oily skin types rejoice thanks to the rose waters ability to balance oil content.
Rosehip oil is a natural source of vitamin C, which works to brighten skin. It also works to improve the appearance of pigmentation and scarring.
Rich in powerful antioxidants,this ingredient naturally stimulates cell growth to reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
Oil cancels out oil caused by pimples, acne and blackheads. Which means you can stop breakouts in their tracks.
Designed to retain moisture, this oil prevents skin from drying out and keeps wrinkles at bay. Phew.
Eek. Have a scar? This vitamin will help heal scar tissue, which is why we’ve included it in our beauty dictionary.
This ingredient is packed full of vitamins and minerals, which helps boost collagen and elastin whilst fighting infections and inflammation.
Behind this beautiful comprehensive beauty dictionary is a complete skincare collection sourced from nature, which is worth discovering.