by James Lindsay

Origin: Leaf
Odour: Clean characteristic note
Found in:Hand and Body Wash (lemon myrtle / olive oil / blackwood wattle)

Blackwood Wattle is native to large parts of eastern and south-eastern regions of Australia, traditionally used by Aborigines to make weapons. The tree grows 6 – 15 metres tall and flowers during December to January[1].

The key benefits* of Blackwood Wattle include:

  • Anti-acne and anti-fungal activity.
  • Contains a potent range of Flavone Glycosides within its leaf, which are powerful compounds with antioxidant properties.
  • Also active for anti-inflammatory and anti-aging.


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