Born out of a day spa in 1992, Sanctum was a pioneer in the natural, personal care industry. Inspired by the purity and tranquility of Byron Bay Australia, Sanctum was developed by a biochemist whose dream was to create a line of personal care products that were effective and natural. In 2005, Sanctum realised the need to refresh their formulas. Natural was not enough anymore and the decision was made to become certified organic. It took over two years to improve the company’s manufacturing facilities and formulations to meet the strict, world leading, Australian Government standard which is independently audited by the Organic Food Chain. Sanctum’s vision was to create a range that was as pure as possible while retaining the effectiveness synonymous with the Sanctum brand. As a result, Sanctum is now a certified organic and 100% naturally derived range that has the highest level of purity and integrity without jeopardizing the emollient effects on the skin.
Sanctum remains a family owned and run business. Our products are suitable for the whole family and include a range of skin, body, hair, men’s and baby care. Distributed in over ten countries around the world, you can now take home your own little piece of affordable pure, natural therapy.
• Australian Family Owned and Made
• 100% Naturally Derived
• Certified Organic by the Organic Food Chain (OFC)
• Many products dual certified with USDA certification
• 100% Vegan Accredited
• Medicinal grade therapeutic plant extracts combined with cosmeceutical levels of active vitamins
• Suitable for the whole family with a range of skin, body, hair, men and baby care products.
Our certification through the independent government audited OFC ensures that Sanctum does not contain: Artificial Preservatives, Colours, Fragrances, Dioxins, Mineral Oils, Petrochemicals, Propylene Glycol, Diethanolamine (DEA), Phthalates, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Aluminium or Animal Derived Ingredients. Sanctum’s strong belief is that all products should abide by Truth Within Labelling