100% Pure Dried Herbs & Flowers

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Skincare 100% pure dried herbs & flowers contain natural antioxidants, vitamins, and emollients that make their way to your skin from underneath and from outside. Use them for DIY skincare and hair care to achieve glowing, vibrant, and nourished skin! Or simple use them as potpourri in Aromatherapy

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100% Pure Dried Herbs & Flowers

100% Dried Herbs & Flowers are found in so many of the beauty products we buy these days. Be it soaps, creams, massage oils, bath or shower gels, bath salts and so on. Check out our 100% organic, dried herbs & flowers for skincare

Skincare Uses for dried herbs & flowers

If you are looking for the best natural & organic skin healers, that will make a real change in your skin, then you have come to the right place. I will give you 100% dried herbs & flowers for skin care to achieve glowing, vibrant, and nourished skin!

Here is the chance to make your own skincare regime with the right herb for your skin. Or simply purchase these exclusive Ayurveda miracles for potpourri and relaxation in aromatherapy. Use them for DIY skincare and hair care.

Skincare pure dried herbs & petals contain natural antioxidants, vitamins, and emollients that make their way to your skin from underneath and from outside.

Our Herb Collection Benefits

Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis):

Rosemary herb

An infusion of Rosemary leaves can be used as an aromatic astringent for all skin types. It also helps in promoting healing by stimulating blood flow to the skin.

Use rosemary oil or water infusion of this herb in making massage oils, toners, creams, hair rinses, balms, and lotions.

 

 

Calendula (Calendula Officinalis):

Calendula buds

Extracts from the golden petals of this flower soothe the skin, reduce inflammation, and heal burns, sunburns, acne, eczema, and skin abrasions.

Use the oil or water infusion method for extraction. Possible uses include salves, balms, creams, lotions, toners, and rinses. You can also make a tincture from calendula and then dab it on pimples to promote healing.

 

Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia):

Lavender herb

A common and fragrant garden shrub, lavender has antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. This makes it beneficial for those with skin irritation and inflammation. Lavender oil has also been shown to help speed the healing of cuts, burns, and abrasions.

Use dried flowers to make an oil infusion and use in creams, lotions, or as a facial toner. You can also infuse dried or fresh flowers into a mixture of water and alcohol (or witch hazel) to make lavender water.

Roses (Rosa):

Rose petals

Rose water is a mild astringent and great as a toner for all skin types. It’s especially great for mature skin since it’s both gentle and hydrating. It also smells incredible. True rose water is a by-product of the distillation of rose petals to make essential oil.

You can take a rose petal infused bath, add to soaps, and also add the petals to face massage oils and serums.

 

Marigold (Tagetes):

Marigold petals

Marigold flower petals revitalized dull and sagging skin. It also soothes dry, sensitive and damaged skin. It reduces acne, rashes, pimples and blemishes. Marigold is an very ancient remedy for treating acne and for keeping skin clear, fresh and glowing.

Store the petals in a carrier oil for a week and use for massages when desired. Possible other uses include salves, balms, creams, lotions, toners, and rinses.

 

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With so many uses and DIY hacks, do make sure to check out our cold pressed oils and essential oils too. We also have a range of Bath salts to enjoy a Spa day at home

Apart from skincare uses, dried herbs and flowers can be used for making candles, paper, cleaning, and also in cooking when infused with edible oils.

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Calendula buds, Lavender Herb, Marigold petals, Rose petals, Rosemary herb

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