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The Chamomile flower is a gentle floral herb that has a variety of benefits for the skin and body. It naturally contains vitamins and nutrients that help soothe and repair the skin. It can also help calm and relax muscles. Chamomile is a great ingredient to use in DIY skin care to make infused oils, creams, bath bombs, soaps, masks and more.
Organic Rosehip Oil comes from rosehips, which are small, red fruits that remain on a rose bush after the roses have bloomed and lost their petals. You particularly see this oil used as a main ingredient in facial serums and products for mature skin. Rosehip Oil has a mild earthy/nutty smell. It is amber in color and can be applied as a direct application to the skin or mixed in with other skin care ingredients or products. A little goes a long way.
Our Lavender Neroli Body Butter is infused with a blend of lavender, neroli and citrus essential oils. The smell is both soothing and refreshing, perfect after a long days work or to start your day off just right. This lavender shea body butter is popular for the fact that it deeply moisturizes but does not leave a greasy residue on the skin. We make it in small batches to give it the attention required and so each jar gets to you fresh.
Apricot Oil is a light, delicate carrier oil that moisturizes dry, sensitive skin. It is packed with vitamins and antioxidants that help diminish fine lines, wrinkles and blemishes. It is also well known for restoring natural skin radiance and decreasing puffiness and dark circles. Apricot Oil is popular for the fact that it is easily absorbed into the skin leaving no greasy residue. It can be used on its own as a facial serum, delicate make-up remover or body oil.
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Calendula flowers are orange and yellow flowers, they are well known for their abilities to soothe and repair skin. They contain vitamins and nutrients which promote good skin health. Use them to make Calendula infused oil which you can use on your skin directly or include in your skin care recipes to add these benefits to balms, body butters and more. These dry flowers are also fantastic for adding fragrance and exfoliation to soaps, bath salts and face masks.
Around the world, we are investing more time to take care of our bodies even if we have the most basic routine. There are, however, many steps we are missing that can ultimately kick our regimen up a notch, and ultimately lead us to mastering our skin care routine. Read below for tips to boost up your morning and nightly routines!
Heard there are benefits of mango butter for your skin but not sure what they are and why? When you think of mangos, you probably think of the perfect tropical island getaway. What you may not know is that mangos, particularly mango butter, can also be the perfect thing for your skin.
Kokum Butter is becoming more and more popular for those that want soft, healthy skin but are not a fan of that greasy residue some skin care products leave. Through trial and error I came up with a recipe I Iove, using this butter as the star ingredient and I want to share it with you.