Skincare Ingredients

Homepeel's serums use high-quality ingredients are sourced locally. The extraction process does not compromise the bio-matrix integrity of the fruit or plant as we use a method delivering larger peaks of bio-actives present in each organic extract. Our laboratory will often identify more active compounds than competitive extracts tested. Our extracts are pure, locally sourced, unadulterated, are highly "active" & ethical.

We are passionate about no animal testing and do not condone such a barbaric and outdated process. Homepeel is 100% Animal Cruelty Free.

  • Vegan Collagen

    Our Vegan Collagen is produced using natural seaweed from the variety Porphyra tenera, also known as nori in Japan, rich in Vitamins A, C and B12, and the chief ingredient to wrap sushi! The ingredients in our Vegan Collagen are GMO free – grown, harvested and processed within strict vegan principles therefore containing no animal products.

  • Quandong

    Quandong is a red berry type fruit with a high concentration of vitamin C. It is well known for its anti-bacterial properties with Indigenous Australians using it predominantly for medicinal purposes to treat sores, burns and irritations. Quandong is highly moisturising for the skin.

  • Desert Lime

    The Desert Lime is a native Australian fruit packed with tiny pearls of potent actives that support collagen production and skin repair. With its high concentration of the powerful antioxidant Vitamin C it soothes, re-balances and revitalises the properties of your skin.

  • Hyaluronic Acid

    This amazing ingredient is considered to have a greater capacity to hold moisture than any other ingredient. Just one gram of hyaluronic acid can hold up to SIX LITRES of water.

    Hyaluronic acid’s moisture-binding elements are fundamentally important when it comes to skin aging. As we age, our skin loses the ability to retain vital moisture to keep its youthful appearance.

    Hyaluronic acid can enhance moisture content beyond comparison to anything else, and at the same time revitalizing skin’s outer layers. Skin will look and feel softer, smoother and importantly, radiantly hydrated! This hydration instantly improves the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

  • Kakadu Plum

    The Kakadu Plum fruit has the highest known vitamin C concentration of any single natural food source in the world with each plum containing the equivalent of 10 oranges!

    For thousands of years Indigenous Australians used the Kakadu Plum as a major food source due to its high vitamin C content as well as for traditional medicine and healing on the skin. Kakadu Plum contains 50 times more ascorbic acid than citrus fruits. Vitamin C is an important antioxidant in skin care as it helps prevent the breakdown of collagen.

  • Lilli Pilli

    Lilli Pilli is a summer flowering evergreen shrub, belonging to the myrtle family Myrtaceae. Indigenous Australians traditionally used Lilli Pilli for its great healing and anti-bacterial properties and ate the berries when in season for its vitamin C content. The concentration of Vitamin C and fruit acids give it great astringent properties that improve firmness of the skin, creating anti-ageing effects to keep skin looking radiant and youthful.

  • Pineapple

    Pineapple contains alpha-hydroxy acids that help slow down the ageing of skin. Bromelain is an enzyme naturally found in pineapples that acts as a rejuvenating agent to exfoliate and unclog acne pores. It benefits the skin by clearing away oil and dirt, breaking down and ridding your skin of dead cells.

    Another enzyme in pineapples that can help improve the health of your skin is papain, which will stop itching and excessive dryness.

  • Papaya

    Papaya is a beta carotene rich food filled with powerful enzymes that combat free radicals hence slowing fine line and wrinkle formation. Papain is the active nutrient in papaya containing skin lightening properties which help fade blemishes and acne scars. It acts as a gentle exfoliator helping dissolve inactive protein and dead cells at the top layer of skin.

  • L-Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C)

    L-Ascorbic Acid, a type of Vitamin C is the key to the production of collagen, the protein that aids in the growth of cells and blood vessels, giving skin its firmness and strength. Vitamin C is an antioxidant that slows the rate of free-radical damage which can breakdown your collagen and cause further wrinkles and sagging. It:

    -Protects skin cells and skin’s support structure from UV-related damage

    -Gently brightens and smooths your skin

    -Strengthens skin’s barrier response

    -Reduces inflammation

    -Promotes collagen production