kawakawa bath oil


For generations Māori have used a myriad of natural botanicals to treat specific ailments and/or for general well-being.


Natures Therapeutics Limited™ is a Māori owned company possessing secrets passed down over 100's of years.

At this stage we are concentrating on 3 plant actives traditionally used by Māori - "Kawakawa", "Kūmarahou" & "Mānuka".

Drawing on our traditional knowledge we incorporate modern techniques to blend these ancient natural actives in a manner that produces products that suit our 21st century lifestyles.

Product Details
Bathing in warm water is one of the most relaxing actions we can experience. Adding a natural skin cleanser/moisturiser and the healing properties of kawakawa to that experience elevates your bath to a whole new level. We have carefully developed 3 bath oils – babies, children, and adults. Follow your bath with one of our Skin Lotion products for a luxurious skin treatment filled with some of nature’s amazing healing secrets.

Product Name

Kawakawa Bath Oil

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Purified water, Lauryl glucoside, Sodium coco-Sulfate, Phenoxyethanol, Citric acid, Ethylhexylglycerin, Macadamia ternifolia (Macadamia) Seed Oil, Cocos nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Kawakawa, Sodium Chloride, Rubus idaeus, White kaolin clay, Citrus bergamia, Lavandula angustifolia.


Use diluted in a bath only. While drawing your bath, dispense a small amount of product under running water until the desired quantity of bubbles is obtained. Check the water temperature to confirm the water is not too hot before entering the bath. This product is a gentle blend, however, discontinue use if an adverse skin reaction is experienced.

Side Effects

If adverse effects are experienced, stop using this product and consult a doctor.


Natures Therapeutics Limited™
30 Rathbone Street
Whangarei, 0110
New Zealand


+64 9 9889414 (English)

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Johnina Paul
Love it

Love this wen having a bath makes my body feel nyc, smooth and relaxed

Kia ora Johnina. We all need to spoil ourselves sometimes :). Thank you for sharing. Ngā mihi.