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  • "This part-Indigenous owned, sustainability-focused skincare line is bent on making a positive impact on the planet, local communities and your skin. This overnight barrier cream is a dry winter skin saviour."

  • "Glow and moisture? Name a more iconic duo. The first brand to use Australian Desert Tomato (a killer antioxidant), they combine it with green tea and niacinamide (brightening, soothing), with squalane and Vitamin E thrown in for good hydration. And the fresh, citrusy, slightly tea-esque scent is 👌"

  • 8 First Nations People Share Their Unique Connection to Country

    "A lot of our culture’s medicinal practices are still largely undiscovered – if those people were to disappear, who else knows it? I’m excited about the potential to preserve a lot of those stories about the amazing native botanicals that we have."

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  • Female & Indigenous Owned

    Thirsty Turtl is female and Indigenous owned. Our diversity allows us to create unique, beautiful skincare that combines Indigenous knowledge, science, and sustainability.

    Meet the Team 
  • Premium Ingredients

    Together with our suppliers we are pioneering the use of native Aussie plants in skincare.

    We also use active ingredients that are suitable for sensitive skin, at concentrations that will improve the appearance of your skin.

    Ingredients 
  • First Nations Suppliers

    Australia has some of the most unique, powerful plants on the planet. We source our botanicals from Indigenous suppliers because of their connection to Country and innovation in plant extracts for skincare.

    Meet our Suppliers 
  • Sustainability

    We are the future of skincare. Products that are great for your skin and benefit people and planet. All our packaging uses recycled plastic and sustainable sources of cardboard. We use sustainable botanicals and planet friendly ingredients.

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We acknowledge the traditional owners of Country throughout Australia - the land on which we operate and from where we source ingredients. We recognise and respect their ancient wisdom including the use of flora and fauna for sustenance and care; and sustainable management of land and waters. We pay our respects to Elders, past, present & emerging.