Why OrganiQ ?

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Kangaroo Island is one of the most pristine environments in the world and yet many people from Adelaide  haven't even been there. 

I am a 6th generation Islander and spent most of my childhood close to the ocean.

I wanted to create a range of natural skincare  to reflect my heritage and promote this beautiful location.


How ...

I have had a ten year journey with anorexia and a thyroid disorder which has seen my weight plummet to 35kg on more than two occassions. 

It still astounds people that I survived.


I have been supported and guided along this journey by a naturopath who instilled in me an abundance of knowledge about whole foods and internal health.

Well, most of what goes on our skin is absorbed in to our body. 

 Our skin reflects whats going on inside and also around us. 

I started making a scrub using ingredients from my kitchen, things that I knew were good for my skin. 

It gave me something to focus on. I started giving jars to friends and almost instantly their own skin started to transform.


I then began to incorporate natural ingredients from the Island - things that had proven benefits for skin.


  • Hand harvested mineral salt - A higher PH than himalayan salt and available from only ONE supplier.
  • Kangaroo Island Ligurian Bee Honey - proven antibacterial, anti ageing and increased healing properties.
  • Steam Pressed Eucalyptus Oil - anti bacterial, cleansing and refreshing. 


Just one handful of the body scrub will cleanse, exfoliate and moisturise. It is gentle enough to use on the face and will remove makeup. 


And ALL of the products are 100% natural and work in sync to complement one another.


My health had ups and downs, but slowly as the brand grew… I began to transform… physically and mentally… it seemed it was just the right time. 


Things were shifting… for good.


I am now the face, voice and body of my brand. 



OrganiQ is who I am.

Beautiful Natural ... Purposeful


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