Pure, precious botanicals

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Our natural and organic skin-care essentials have been created with rejuvenating, nutrient-dense, antioxidant and healing properties in mind. They are blended with some of the most powerful plants nature has given us.
With no exception, each and every of our products is 100% natural and 100% organic.
We are purveyors ofย gourmet food for skin.

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Recent testimonials

I used the facial oil and the body butter and they both penetrate easily into the skin, leave no residue, having a very natural fragrance. They are just perfect. And I prefer them instead of the different creams I used to use.
CoraliaNarre Warren

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From the blog

Love for Lavender


We are well into spring now and lavender is one of our garden’s beauties to unfold its splendour. The colour, the scent, the bees busily buzzing around, it is hard not to love lavender. There aren’t many herbs around which can claim being as well known and widely used throughout centuries and cultures. With its both relaxing and stimulating energy, lavender seduces one at the first sight, enchanting both the body and the spirit.

Used in and on the body, in cooking and around the house (ah, those aromatic linens!) or just for the pure pleasure of the eyes, lavender has countless benefits and qualities. It is soothing, calming, antidepressant, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, anti-microbial, healing and rejuvenating. More on its properties here.

Lavender is my go-to for wound nursing, headaches, respiratory issues as well as a sleeping aid, to perfume my daughter’s bathwater, for a lovely evening tea or when I feel under pressure or a bit down. And if you haven’t tried a fresh lavender champagne, it should be on your must-do list this summer. ๐Ÿ˜‰

 

Lavender is amazing in itself, but it also blends beautifully with bergamot, sage, peppermint, chamomile, geranium, rosemary, eucalyptus, palmarosa, juniper. No wonder it’s so widely used in mists and nourishing balms for skin. And, of course, you can find most of these combinations in our facial oils.

Stay fresh and enjoy your spring! ๐Ÿ ๐Ÿ˜‡

PS. Pictured above it’s a flamboyant Victorian bred lavender called The Princess, which is the first lavender (or shall I say pink?) bush to bloom on our property. ๐Ÿ˜