A New Venture: Herbal Bath & Beauty

I’ve been reading a lot about healing herbs.  The more I learn about natural remedies and the amazing power of herbs, the more committed I become to finding natural alternatives to the products we have always bought at the store.  My newest venture is into bath and beauty products.

I got a whole stack of books from the library and then consulted with my neighbor Rita on some things she tried in the past.  She was gracious enough to offer me some supplies so I could make a few products to see what I liked and what I wouldn’t necessarily repeat.  After several rounds of trials, I have my first few products available.

For now they are just available directly from me, but eventually I hope to have an online ordering option.  If you’re interested but don’t live nearby, use the “Contact Us” link on the top of the page.

Herbal Bath and Beauty Products

Made from all natural ingredients, in small batches, here in my kitchen. Whenever possible, made from herbs and flowers grown right here on the farm!

  • Beet Root Blush and Balm

Use this balm on your lips or your cheeks to give yourself a beautiful glow!  Beet and Alkanet root give it a deep red color.  Almond oil moisturizes deeply. Half-ounce tin – $2.50 

  • Rosemary Lemon Body Scrub

Use this salt scrub to exfoliate away dead skin cells.  Rosemary helps fight skin inflammation.  Almond oil leaves your skin glowing and moisturized. 6-oz. plastic jar – $5.00

  • Five Flower Calming Bath Tea

Each muslin bath “tea bag” contains dried roses, lavender, calendula, chamomile and red clover.  Let the bag float in your bath water, infusing it with a calming scent.  The herbal qualities of these flowers may help soothe inflammation, ease congestion, calm nerves, and lift spirits. 1 bath “tea bag” – $3.50 

  • Refreshing Peppermint Rose Spray

Use this spray on your face on a hot summer day; both witch hazel and rose water are antiseptic, refreshing and toning your skin.  2-oz. glass spray bottle – $5.00



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