Our Ingredients

Find Below details on the ingredients that Malano Australia use within their products
Rose "The Queen of Flowers"

You may remember a while ago, we did a journal on Jasmine, “King of Flowers,” now it’s time to talk about the “Queen of Flowers.” There are many species of roses, and we use them in many of our creations. Roses have been used and hugely valued throughout history due to their beneficial active components […]

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Tasmanian Coastal Tea Tree

The Tasmanian Coastal Tea Tree is a fantastic gift from Mother Earth. The botanical name Leptospermum laevigatum is grown around the coastal regions of Northern Tasmania and Flinders Island. The leaves and branchlets are steam-distilled right here in Tasmania. It offers many benefits for the skin and is used in many products for its fantastic […]

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Splendid Cedarwood.

We use a lot of Cedarwood. You may wonder where it is from and whether we grow it in Australia. Well, many countries grow Cedarwood trees. We use a variety of Cedarwood in our products. The few species that we use are Cedarwood Himalayan - Cedrus deodora, Cedarwood Atlas - Cedrus atlantica, Virginian Cedarwood - […]

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Tenacious Tobacco

You might be thinking to yourself, “Why are they talking about tobacco when the health industry and government demonise it?” The answer is simple: Tobacco is another sensational ingredient Mother Earth provides. It has a long and rich history with the Native American Indians, used in sacred rituals and ceremonies, used for its medicinal qualities […]

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Magickal Ginger

We have been covering a lot of ingredients lately that you might think are just regular old everyday ingredients. Do not be fooled by the simplicity and availability of such incredible ingredients that Mother Earth offers us. We are talking about Ginger because it is impressive in more ways than one. Ginger (Zingiber officinale Roscoe, Zingiberaceae) […]

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Spicy Cinnammon

You may be thinking, “Why is cinnamon so special?” It is an everyday spice that we use in the kitchen. We are here to explain why cinnamon is a fantastic ingredient in our inventory. It is widely used in natural medicine, perfume, home fragrance, and beauty/ personal care products. There are different varieties and parts […]

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Lavender in Focus

Lavender is a very polarising scent. When we speak to people about Lavender and its use in skincare, home fragrance products, body products and perfume, we see two responses; “Oh, I love lavender” or, “I hate lavender!” Then, you find that there is usually a reason behind the strong negative response. Without going into too […]

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Opopanax

Opopanax oil Commiphora erythraea glabrescens. What is Opopanax? You may be wondering, surprisingly, a lot of people have not heard of opopanax. It is a steam distilled resin from a tree in the thick forest areas in Ethiopia. Opopanax shares many of the same properties as Myrrh (Commiphora myrrha) because it is closely related. Makes […]

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Jasmine - The King of Flowers

Jasmine is long regarded as the “King of Flowers”, and Rose is the “Queen of Flowers.” We love this exquisite flower and another example of nature’s unique and magickal creations. Jasmine is called the King because it is the most masculine floral scent. It is vital, smooth, intensely floral, and sweet. Used extensively in perfumery. […]

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Osmanthus

Osmanthus, botanical name Osmanthus fragrans Lour. Another beautiful flower, our organic absolute, is another stunning oil to add to your collection. We use Osmanthus Absolute in our perfume, which has extensive uses in skin care, aromatherapy and for those that love a beautiful scent to add to their collection. Osmanthus is floral and feminine when […]

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