2 fl oz / 60 ml
A facial polish loaded with finely ground Marshmallow leaves, Sumac, Peony flowers and Yarrow harvested from our gardens along with colloidal oatmeal, nettle seeds and clay powders.
Swirled together in raw honey and jojoba oil for an exfoliant that leaves the skin smooth and nourished. Wonderful for all types of skin. This polish a little more exfoliating that our traditional Lavendula Polish with the help of nettle seeds, but gentle enough for sensitive skin to use weekly or oily/combination skin to use daily.
Marshmallow Leaf is gentle and nourishing for the skin, moisturizing and 'coating' the skin with its demulcent qualities.
Sumac is anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and full of nutrients. This antioxidant rich and wild berry is one of my personal favourites.
Peony is antioxidant and anti-inflammatory and has long been used to treat nerve pain and protect the skin from UV radiation. It's also used to brighten and even skin tone.
Yarrow's use as a wound healer has been unsurpassed for centuries, being referred to as 'nosebleed', 'woodwort' and 'carpenter's weed' among others. This unimposing beauty has such strength as an anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, astringent and mild pain reliever. Soothing inflamed, damaged or hot skin, yarrow cools and refreshes.
Colloidal Oatmeal is highly nourishing both internally and externally. It soothes inflamed skin and helps to hydrate dry skin with its minerals and mucilage.
French Green Clay is sourced from marine waters and is high in vitamins and minerals. It's wonderful at deep cleansing the pores and removing excess oils while also being hydrating and safe for sensitive skin.
Raw Honey is loaded with natural enzymes, antioxidants, and minerals and has been used in first aid and beauty treatments for centuries.
Scoop a little with a dry spoon/finger and add a drop or two of water to emulsify. Massage onto dry or slightly damp skin, rinse off with warm water. Follow with a moisturizer or serum.
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