We know that vitamins are essential to our overall health in our diets, but what about their role in skincare? Vitamins are known for their antioxidant benefits and are very popular in cosmetic ingredients. We thought we would start with our first love, lavender and all its goodness.
Lavender should be a staple in your household, whether it is for skin care or the scent in your home. Lavender does so much for the skin and senses that we don't even consider it.
Lavender is great for wrinkles, pimples, and dry skin - it is your best friend in the world when it comes to taking care of your skin. Lavender is known for killing bacteria naturally, unclogging those pores (yes, even using oil products can unclog your pores), reducing inflammation and is incredible for fading dark spots and acne scars.
Lavender is full of antioxidants and free radicals - which can cause premature wrinkles.
When it comes to your home, lavender is one of the most calming scents. Grab some dried lavender or a lavender sachet and tuck them away in your drawers. Lavender candles? Yes - but make sure they are all-natural and use natural fragrances.
We want you to treat your skin and senses with every lavender product we make. Our Balanced Facial Toner is perfect if you suffer from irritation or redness, as lavender instantly calms the skin). Our Lavish Lavender Face Serum works on repairing your skin. You are giving yourself a spa-like treatment daily with its light lavender scent. This formula contains antioxidants, vitamins and hydration.
Lavender oil comes from a lavender plant, and it can be taken orally, applied to the skin or through aromatherapy. It can benefit the skin in many ways. It can help fight acne, help even out skin tone and help reduce wrinkles.
People typically use lavender for its fragrance and its colour. But the lavender flower and the oil produced have long histories in herbal medicine.
Lavender is a multipurpose plant, and people use lavender in many ways to promote their well-being and health, including:
teas, tisane and infusions
creams, lotions, and salves
Since ancient times, lavender has been used to reduce symptoms across many conditions.
Lavender may help with the following:
chemotherapy side effects
eczema and dry skin
Please visit the Healthline website here for more information on the conditions above and how lavender can help reduce the symptoms.
If you have any questions about our products - which we grow right here on our farm- message us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This article is for informational purposes only. It's important to do your research and consult a trusted medical professional before making any decisions. While this article may feature advice from experts in the field, it should never be relied upon as a substitute for personalized medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always prioritize your own health and well-being above all else.