Natural skincare lovers, this range is just for you!

You might know award-winning horticulturist Jamie Durie for his extensive TV work and landscape designs. Now, he adds organic skincare founder to the mix.

After three years in the making, Durie has travelled across the globe sourcing botanical ingredients for his new organic skincare range, People for Plants. “This range gives me the opportunity to put everything that I know about plants and horticulture from around the world to develop a beautiful range of skincare products that actually work,” says Durie.

For a new brand, the range is surprisingly extensive – it features 22 products from cleansers and face oils to lip balms and body care. And, while some natural skincare products can be quite low in the percentage of natural extracts they claim to use, this range is packed with them for potency and purity. In fact, every product within the range has undergone rigorous testing and received the Australian Certified Organic (ACO) stamp of approval. Want a run-down of the hero ingredients? You can find an ingredient appendix on the brand’s website here.

Our pick? The Rosehip, Calendula and Chamomile Organic Face Oil. And, the best part is all products are priced between $9.95 – $29.95.  When tossing up what natural products to put on your skin next, perhaps consider Durie’s People for Plants. After all, the man really knows his plants.

People for plants face oil 2Rosehip, Calendula and Chamomile Organic Face Oil.
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Eleanor Pendleton
Eleanor Pendleton is an award-winning leading beauty and health journalist. Eleanor has held Beauty Editor positions at magazines including InStyle and FAMOUS. Eleanor has also written for publications including Harper's BAZAAR Australia, Harper's BAZAAR China and Cosmopolitan Hair & Beauty. When Eleanor isn't editing her own beauty website,, she is a Beauty Ambassador for SHOP Til You Drop magazine. In April 2013, Eleanor was awarded the highest achievement in fragrance journalism, The 2013 Jasmine Award for Journalistic Excellence, which is an internationally-recognised beauty industry award.