Lady's Mantle : Alchemilla vulgaris This herb is also known as the dewcup. The fluid in the dewcup is believed to have hidden feminine powers that will restore youth and suppleness to tissues. Herbalists have been using this for postpartum health, helping new mommas recover and protect them from excess blood loss. This herb is... Continue Reading →
1/4 cup coconut oil 1/4 cup Shea butter 1/4 cup coco butter 1/4 cup almond oil Essential oils (optional) Place all in a double boiler and melt. Remove from heat and place in fridge for one hour or until the mixture is hard. Using a stand or handheld mixer, whip until it can stand on... Continue Reading →
Adapted from Ginger Tonic Botanicals Nettle, rosemary, coconut oil, olive oil, almond oil, vetiver essential oil, aloe vera
Hibiscus & rose solar infusion - 1/2 cup dried hibiscus flowers and rose petals. 8cups water. 2 black tea bags. Place in Mason jar outside in the sun for 4+ hours. Strain herbs. Add honey to taste.
Calming Lavender by The Pistachio Project. I used acv and let sit for 2 weeks. It's a beautiful red color. Allows more time in between washes. Hibiscus also by the Pistachio Project for soft and shiny. Another beautiful red color. Rosemary & Sage by the Natural Health Blogger to help with grey hairs. I used dried rosemary and... Continue Reading →
Foaming Facewash by Body Unburdened. Uses honey. Lathers amazingly well. Unfortunately combo didn't agree with my skin type. Oil cleansing with pumpkin seed oil and microfiber cloths. After a shower, use a cotton ball to massage pumpkin seed oil all over face and neck. Wet and warm the microfiber cloth to it's hottest temperature and place... Continue Reading →