What's in the bottle?
Natural & Organic ingredients have the same benefits that chemicals do, minus the harmful side effects of chemical cosmetics.
Water, is life.
Prunus Dulcis Oil
Almond oil keeps your skin cells healthy, protects your skin from UV radiation damage, and helps your skin look smooth, soft, and free of fine lines. The fatty acids help your skin retain moisture and can heal chapped and irritated skin. Plus, the vitamin A can help reduce acne.
Chemically, Glyceryl Stearate is used to stabilize products, decrease water evaporation, make products freeze-resistant, and keep them from forming surface crusts. Glyceryl Stearate reduces the greasiness of oils used in certain cosmetics and personal care products.
Sodium Stearoyl Lactylate
Sodium stearoyl lactate is a food additive used as an emulsifier and stabilizer, and it can be found in various bakery products. As an emulsifier, it helps keep oil and water mixed together, which is why it is often used for making baked goods.
Glycerin may lead to better skin health by helping soothe skin irritation, protect against infection and promote wound healing. Studies show that applying glycerin-containing products may protect your skin against irritants and microbes, as well as soothe inflamed or wounded skin.
Calendula Officinalis Infused In Prunus Dulcis Oil
Calendula oil has antifungal, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial properties that might make it useful in healing wounds, soothing eczema, and relieving diaper rash. It's also used as an antiseptic.
Cetearyl alcohol is used to help soften the skin and hair and to thicken and stabilize cosmetic products, such as lotions and hair products. As an emollient, cetearyl alcohol is considered an effective ingredient for soothing and healing dry skin.
Lavender oil is believed to have antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties, which can help to heal minor burns and bug bites. Research suggests that it may be useful for treating anxiety, insomnia, depression, and restlessness.
Cinnamomum Zeylanicum Leaf
Oil obtained from cinnamon bark is used in dental and pharmaceutical preparations. The bark is used to aid in digestion, relieve from headache, gastrointestinal and respiratory disorders, and as an aphrodisiac.
Eucalyptus Globulus Leaf
Eucalyptus globulus Essential Oil is probably most well known for its wonderful benefits for respiratory applications including helping to ease congestion and pressure, colds, flu, fever and bronchitis. It's also a great essential oil to use in massage or other topical blends to ease muscular pain and arthritis.
Rosemary has a range of possible health benefits. Antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds. Improving digestion. Enhancing memory and concentration. Neurological protection. Prevent brain aging. Cancer. Protection against macular degeneration.
Tea tree oil is commonly used as a topical antiseptic agent because of its antimicrobial properties, especially in the treatment of acne. It is also known to reduce inflammation and may be effective in the treatment of fungal infections such as Athlete's foot.
Respiratory Health/Cough Suppressant. Science is now validating what the ancients already knew about Thyme benefits to respiratory health. Antibacterial/Sore Throat Remedy. Wound Healing. Heart Health. Digestive Health. Kidney Health/Diuretic. Mood Boosting.
Ylang Ylang. Has anti-depressant, aphrodisiac, euphoric, and sedative properties. They are reputed to tone the nervous and circulatory systems, regulate blood pressure, and calm heart palpitations. They balance sebum production and stabilize several other body functions.
Eugenia Caryophyllata Essential Oils
Cloves also contain a compound called eugenol, which has been shown to act as a natural antioxidant. In fact, a test-tube study found that eugenol stopped oxidative damage caused by free radicals five times more effectively than vitamin E, another potent antioxidant.
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Who makes it?
A family commitment
The Herb Farm is a family owned and operated business through and through. This can be seen in the old fashioned family values and a commitment to natural which is at the heart of the business.
Albert Einstein once said “look deep into nature and we learn more about ourselves”Herbalist Lynn Kirkland did just that and in 1993 founded The Herb Farm. In doing so she became part of a quiet revolution made up of insightful individuals and companies who believe in the power of nature.
The Herb Farm grows many of their fresh herb ingredients in the tranquility of their gardens, finding just the right spot for them to thrive. Herbs are picked as needed, or harvested on the day they are at their very best. Their fresh essence is infused into each of Lynn’s formulations. What they can’t grow, is sourced from like-minded individuals and companies who share The Herb Farm's vision. These ingredients along with the magic of their garden, their care and love, are hand crafted on site into beautiful, natural, products that heal, revitalise and nurture.
“As we work, we learn, discover and grow our wisdom - it is our pleasure and joy to find things out. With knowledge comes an increasing awareness of how everything in our world is intricately connected - what we do today impacts on our future and that of future generations. That’s why as people and as a company, we are committed to living natural lifestyles.” - The Herb Farm.
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