Dear lovers, Now that Spring is finally here (weeeee!!) it’s time to leave your cosy hibernation lair and share your radiating beauty with the world.
Winter has a tendency to dehydrate our skin causing some pale, dry and wan-looking complexions. Shed your winter skin and rejuvenate with these 6 beauty herbs to get you glowing inside and out:
1. Red Clover
This amazing little meadow flower is packed with many valuable nutrients including calcium, chromium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, niacin, thiamine and vitamin C. Wow! It's also a natural blood purifier & toxin eliminator...drink up for a glowing complexion!
2. Dandelion Root
A wonderful detoxifier, Dandelion Root helps to flush out the liver and kidneys, cleansing the blood which in turn helps to clear acne and those (gasp!) age spots.
This mischevious little stinging herb is very good at clearing out YUCK if you've been overindulging. Think cleansing. Nettle is highly rich in vitamins A, K, C and iron which nourish skin hair and bones.
This little herb is a mild sedative, relaxing the nerves, moving stagnant chi and massaging the opiod receptor sites of the body to increase feelings of happiness and wellbeing. And everyone knows happiness = beauty.
Mineral rich Oatstraw contains complex B vitamins, calcium, iron, copper, magnesium & zinc to nourish the skin, hair, eyes and bones. When people ask, you casually say... 'Make up? What make up?' and continue on with your day, effortlessly blinding all other beings you encounter with your healthy radiance.
6. Orange Peel
Abundant in Vitamin C and antioxidants, Orange Peel can trim your waistline as it increases your metabolism and even helps to reduce bloating and cellulite!
*Please note that catnip and red clover are not recommended for pregnancy.
Our infusions containing beauty herbs
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