Centipeda Cunninghamii

Centipeda Cunninghamii is a unique indigenous Australian plant which enjoys a revered position amongst the aboriginal people for its soothing, wound-healing and medicinal properties. We have dedicated years to developing the agronomy and agricultural processes for the Centipeda Cunninghamii plant to ensure the highest quality, sustainable material is available for extraction. Our patented extraction process captures the phytochemicals responsible for the plant’s active properties to ensure we deliver the most potent and effective extracts from this remarkable plant.

Hair Care Applications

The unique anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant synergy found in our extracts make them an integral active ingredient for hairloss products. By eradicating free radicals, skin cell damage and the inflammation that ensues, the skins layers can regenerate from deep within the dermis to restore, re-define and regenerate the outer superficial layers making the hair look more supple and youthful.


  • Non-toxic and Non-irritant to the skin
  • Safe and gentle for children
  • No side effects
  • BSE and TSE free
  • Manufactured in GMP facilities with pure distilled water and naturally derived grain ethanol

Natural Synergy

Powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant activity derived from one natural source

Anti-oxidant Activity

  • Proven natural anti-oxidant activity
  • Skin cell protection from free radical damage
  • Promotes skin cell renewal naturally
  • Protects the skin from environmental damage and stops premature aging

Anti-inflammatory activity

  • Reduces skin irritation, redness and blemishes
  • Soothing and calming
  • Promotes natural skin wound-healing and regeneration
  • Works from deep within to restore

Once the inflammation is eradicated and the effect of ‘free radicals’ is controlled the skin can:

  • Naturally regenerate
  • Replace damaged skin with healthy renewed skin
  • Result in a more youthful, fresher, rejuvenated appearance
  • Regain a more youthful and healthier complexion