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Organic Haircare & Skincare Products

We started with the simple idea of bringing the best from us to you. Our organic natural ingredients is the essence of life itself. Infuse with botanical extract from Mother Nature we are able to create something beautiful to share with everyone. Self care and self love is the most important thing that we can do for our body. Use organic remedies to rejuvenate your hair. Nourish your dry skin and revive it with our natural Beauty products. Made in Australia with care from local and international ingredients. We hope you enjoy all we have to offer, and share the experience with others.

Camellia Seed Oil

High in oleic acid and rich in Vitamins A, B and E, contains antioxidant that it is useful in anti-ageing formulations. Camellia oil is obtained from the seeds of the plant, it grows mostly in Asia and has been used for centuries in Japan. When applied to the hair and scalp, Camellia Seed Oil hydrates, softens and tames dandruff. It is regenerative oil that promotes natural recovery from heat or styling damage. Those who experience itchy, irritated, or inflamed scalps may especially benefit from the soothing, non-irritant properties of this carrier oil. Due to its nourishing composition, frequent application to the hair is believed to accelerate hair growth, add a natural sheen and bounce to the hair strands.

Jojoba Seed Oil

It is rich in vitamin E. Lubricant and hair conditioner, Jojoba closely resembles the natural moisturising oil, sebum, that is secreted by human skin. Suitable for all skin types, beneficial for spotty and acne conditions. Due to its fine texture, Jojoba is easy to wash out and is ideal for combating dandruff and dry scalps.

Almond sweet Oil

Sweet Almond is an excellent emollient and is known for its ability to soften and re-condition the skin. It is rich in proteins and Vitamin D, and is considered extremely nourishing - particularly when used regularly. Almond oil has been used for many centuries, even before it's spread as a commercial argo-product.

Coconut Fractionated (Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride)

One of our most popular items. Fractionated Coconut (Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride). Comes from the fruit or seed of the coconut palm tree Cocos Nucifera. It differs from Regular Coconut Oil in that it is produced by heat rather than cold pressing. Many consider it to be very comparable to the characteristics of human skin. It is also used on oily skin as it will not clog pores. It can also be used as a treatment to condition dull or dry hair. for everyday use. Exceptional quality and choice.

Argan Oil

Argan oil is derived from the nuts of the argan tree. The fruit of the tree is green and resembles an olive, but is larger. Inside, there is a hard-shelled nut which can contain up to three kernels from which the argan oil is then extracted. The traditional production of this oil is demanding, it takes about 100kg of fruits to make just 2-3 litres of oil. Traditionally, Argan oil was used extensively in Morocco as a topical oil to treat dry skin, acne, psoriasis, eczema, wrinkles, joint pain, and skin inflammation. It is also used to prevent hair loss and dry hair. Argan oil is rich in Omega-6 fatty acid, which means it helps with skin rejuvenation and skin elasticity. It is easily absorbed into the skin and has strong anti-inflammatory properties. Argan Oil provides intense conditioning benefits to dry and dehydrated skin and hair. When applied to the skin, Argan Oil particularly helps restore, regenerate and restructure the skin by way of increasing the nutrient content of skin cells. Argan Oil has sought-after antioxidant properties which makes it especially beneficial in skincare products. Argan Oil also has strengthening effects on hair. 

Grape Seed Oil

Grapeseed oil is high in polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs), mostly omega-6 fatty acids. Grapeseed oil is a good source of vitamin E, even more so than olive oil. Vitamin E is a vitamin that works as a fat-soluble antioxidant, which helps protect your cells from damaging free radicals. Grapeseed oil may improve the condition of your hair and scalp. If you have dandruff, which is often caused by a dry scalp, applying emollient grapeseed oil to your scalp can help loosen dead skin and restore moisture. Grapeseed oil is used as a natural remedy for baldness. Linolenic acid is thought to stimulate hair growth. The oil contains flavonoids called procyanidin oligomers. These are powerful antioxidants to induce hair growth.
Researchers discovered by treating shaved mice with proanthocyanidins from grape seeds that they promote proliferation of hair follicle cells in vitro and that they possess remarkable hair-cycle-converting activity from the telogen phase to the anagen phase. Please note that Davy & Dina does not condone any animal testing whatsoever.
Takahashi, et al., 1998. Proanthocyanidins from Grape Seeds Promote Proliferation of Mouse Hair Follicle Cells In vitro and Convert Hair Cycle In vivo. Acta Derm Venereol 78: 428-432.

Vitamin E Natural

This product is derived from highly refined soy beans. Tocopherols are natural antioxidants and while alpha tocopherol has the highest biological activity, when it comes to product protection (stability to prevent oil oxidation or discolouration) a general mixture of tocopherols can perform just as well. This makes our mixed tocopherols a great choice for boosting the shelf life of your formulation. of our most popular items.

Castor Oil

Castor Oil acts as a protective barrier on your skin that will protect against harsh environmental conditions. Castor Oil has very little scent characteristic of most carrier oils. Due to castor oil’s ability to reduce inflammation, it may be an effective treatment for dandruff that is caused by seborrhoeic dermatitis. 
Plus, applying castor oil to the scalp will help moisturize dry, irritated skin and may help reduce flaking. Castor Oil is used in particularly as a conditioning agent in hair care products.

Lavender Oil

Lavender essential oil recently gained attention for stimulating hair growth. A 2016 studyTrusted Source
found that lavender oil applied to mice made them grow more hair. Their hair also grew thicker and faster than normal. Please note that Davy & Dina does not condone any animal testing whatsoever. This benefit is way more effective when the oil can work itself into the skin. Per these studies, lavender oil may help with issues like pattern baldness or alopecia.
Lavender essential oil has been known for its antiseptic, anti-microbial and analgesic properties. When inhaled through vaporised air lavender also acts as a sedative and relaxant, helping to reduce feelings of stress. Lavender has also been noted for its ability to accelerate wound healing although scientific evidence to back this up is patchy. Lavender has also been promoted as a topical agent for the relief of itchy skin after research found the oil may inhibit parts of the allergic pathway. 
A 2011 study found that lavender essential oil could help prevent head lice. It may even kill head lice. Using lavender oil could possibly reduce the risk of getting lice. Using tea tree oil with it could be even more successful. But that doesn’t mean these oils are a replacement for your prescribed treatment plan — you shouldn’t rely solely on oils to treat head lice.


Rosemary has been used in folk medicine to stimulate hair growth as a rinse for many centuries. The most important constituents of rosemary are thought to be caffeic acid and its derivatives such as rosmarinic acid; these compounds have antioxidant effects. Rosmarinic acid is used against hair loss, since it promotes blood circulation and consequent potential hair growth. This plant is used against various hair and scalp disorders, such as early baldness or dandruff and is frequently used as a component of shampoos and conditioners.
Aruoma, et al., 1996. An evaluation of the antioxidant and antiviral action of extracts of rosemary and Provencal herbs. Food Chem Toxicol 34: 499-456.
Murata et al., 2013. Promotion of hair growth by Rosmarinus officinalis leaf extract. Phytother Res. 2013 Feb; 27(2):212-7.


Peppermint is a plant native to Europe and has been used in cosmetic formulations as a fragrance component and skin conditioning agent. Researchers investigated the effect of peppermint essential oil on hair growth in mice. They applied different solutions to mice, including saline, jojoba oil, minoxidil and 3% peppermint essential oil. After 4 weeks, they evaluated the different groups of mice in terms hair growth and various genetic markers. Out of all four groups of tested mice, peppermint essential oil showed the most prominent hair growth effects – researchers found a significant increase in dermal thickness, follicle number and follicle depth. Genetic markers were also significantly increased in the peppermint essential oil group. These results suggest that peppermint essential oil induces a rapid anagen stage and could be used for a practical agent for hair growth. Please note that Davy & Dina does not condone any animal testing whatsoever.
Oh et al., 2014. Peppermint Oil Promotes Hair Growth without Toxic Signs. Toxicol Res. 2014 Dec;30(4):297-304

Rose Damask

Rosa damascena have long been prized as a symbol of love and beauty. It is cultivated mainly for the extraction of its essential oil for use in bath and skincare products. Aromatherapists also credit it with being an exotic aphrodisiac, as well as an emollient in skin care products. Rose Damask is a very complex, sweet, floral scent. Its reputation of being a must ingredient in perfumes is well deserved.

Ylang Ylang

Ylang Ylang grows in the spice islands of Indonesia. The steam extracted from fresh flower petals with the yellow petals are said to give the best oil. The oil has euphoric and sedative effects on the nervous system, helping with anxiety, tension, shock, fear and panic. Ylang ylang has traditionally been used for its calming and balancing properties. Sweet, exotic, floral aroma, non-toxic, non-irritating and non-sensitising. Aphrodisiac properties make this a popular wedding flower.

Shea Butter

Extracted from shea nuts from the Karite tree which grows in Ghana, Africa. Shea butter is known for its luxurious moisturising properties and also shows natural sun protection properties. After refinement it has a whitish color and almost no odor, but the applications remain the same. Used predominantly for skin care, Shea butter is hailed for its protecting and emollient properties. Rich in cinnamon acid, it also protects the skin from UV rays and therefore can be included in skin care products for the sun. It can also be used as a moisturising agent and as a treatment for minor skin wounds and irritations.

Coconut Virgin Oil

Coconut oil is solid at room temperature. It is used to create a barrier on the skin.
It is highly saturated, containing medium chain triglycerides. It has a high content of lauric acid, which is reported to have anti-microbial activity. Lauric acid is widely studied in the treatment of acne with promising results.
Coconut oil has a high resistance to oxidation. It has moisturising effect, with occlusive and emollient properties and barrier function improvement, and presents antibacterial properties.

Broccoli Seed Oil

Broccoli seed oil is high in skin-soothing fatty acids like Omega 6 and 9. These nutrients deliver intense hydration without clogging pores and also calm irritated, stressed skin. Furthermore, broccoli seed oil is quickly and easily absorbed and works to lock-in moisture to keep the skin and hair hydrated and resilient.

Babassu Oil

Babassu oil is a clear, light yellow vegetable oil which is solid at room temperature. It comes from the fatty seeds of the babassu palm, a tree in the Amazon rainforest. Comprised of lauric and myristic acids, this oil has a melting point close to our body temperature, which means that it melts on contact, just like coconut oil.
Studies demonstrate that babassu oil has anti-inflammatory properties. Babassu oil has high content of lauric acid, which is reported to have anti-microbial activity. Lauric acid is widely studied in the treatment of acne with promising results. Babassu’s fatty acid composition is similar to that of the coconut oil. Having said that, it is very light and lacks that strong aroma coconut oil has. It is a wonderful addition to any product designed for skin nourishment, scalp and hair treatments.

Aloe Vera

One of our most popular items. Aloe vera is used traditionally for hair loss, and for improvement in hair growth following alopecia. Aloenin is the major constituent responsible for promoting hair growth without irritating the skin. Aloe vera is a rich source of antioxidants and vitamins that may help protect your skin. The important compounds in aloe vera have also been shown to neutralize the effects of ultraviolet (UV) radiation, repair your skin from existing UV damage, and help prevent fine lines and wrinkles.
Aloe vera has been cited as a treatment for brittle hair.
Inaoka, et al., 1988. Hair tonics containing aloenin. Jpn Kokai Tokkyo Koho 3: JP63198615.

Panthenol/ Vitamin B5

Vitamin B5 as it is known is one of the most popular vitamins used in the cosmetic industry. It is easily incorporated into cosmetic products and is a product that can be used as an ingredient in skin care and hair care products as a conditioning agent.
Benefit in Hair care:

  • It moisturises the hair.
  • It reduces the formation of split ends.
  • It improves the condition of damaged hair.
  • It thickens the hair and gives it more shine.

Benefit in Skincare:

  • It increases and improves the humidity properties of the skin making dry skin more soft and elastic.
  • It acts as an anti-inflammatory and helps soothe irritated skin.
  • It helps the healing of the skin through encouraging the growth of new epithelial cells.


Acts as a moisturizing, anti-irritant, anti-wrinkle, anti-inflammatory, protective and smoothing active. It is a non-toxic, highly purified, GMO-, preservative- & antioxidant-free betaine anhydrous (99%) extracted from sugar beet molasses and vinasses. It attracts water and maintains cell water balance. Protects cellular macromolecules from external disturbance. It reduces stickiness for better skin feel with soft and smooth feel. It also works as a co-solubilizer & delivers richer and more luxurious foam. In skin care applications, it maintains the moisture balance of the skin in a natural way and strengthens skin barrier by improving tight junction’s integrity. It protects skin against inflammation. In hair care applications, it moisturizes hair, strengthens hair fibers to make hair naturally shiny and more elastic. It reduces irritancy of surfactants and protects scalp.
Source: Plant
Vegan status: Vegan suitable

Cetearyl Alcohol & Cetearyl Glucoside

Emulsifying Wax Vegetable (Cetearyl Alcohol, Cetearyl Glucoside). This emulsifying wax is derived from plant-based alcohols and sugars. It is typically used to help form oil-in-water emulsions such as lotions, creams, foundations, creamy face and body masks and other emulsified products.
Material Origin: It is derived from sustainable palm source, wheat and corn.

Cetyl Alcohol

One of our most popular Cetyl Alcohol is derived from palm, coconut or other fatty material. In fact it was first isolated from whale oil which is where the name cetyl comes from (latin Cetus). Cetyl Alcohol is used as an emollient or thickener in cosmetic formulations. Perfect for everyday use. Exceptional quality and choice.

Sodium Phytate

All-natural chelating agent. Source: Plant
Vegan Status: Vegan suitable

Organic Glycerine

A colourless sweet viscous liquid derived from Flaxseeds that have been farmed organically. Our Organic Glycerine is Palm Free. It acts as moisture locking active, an ingredient that prevents water loss from the product and part of a products preservation strategy. Perfect for everyday use. Exceptional quality and choice.

Acacia Senegal Gum And Xanthan Gum

This water swellable powdered gum acts as an effective thickener for product needing to build viscosity naturally. The benefit of this dual thickener over straight xanthan gum is that it gives a less stringy thickening effect making it able to produce more elegant and cosmetically acceptable products.

Isoamyl Laurate

Light-weight emollient and moisturiser for hair care product. Origin: Natural (Palm/ mixed vegetable).

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