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Whilst botanicals make your products look attractive, they also have many health benefits too.


This pack contains all 5 of the botanicals in our assesments



Traditionally, Mallow has been used as a tea for internal medicinal benefits such as stomach, bladder and respiratory tract problems.

Externally it is beneficial for treating wounds and used in baths to help with skin disorders.

Botanical name: Malva sylvestris



The dried flowers of Lavender are traditionally used in skincare and beauty products. Its soothing effect means it is great as a pillow spray.

Blended into skincare ingredients as it has a soothing, calming and anti-inflammatory effect.

Botanical name: Lavandula sp.



This food grade culinary herb is perfect for use in cosmetic applications due to its effectivenss against eczema, psoriasis and dermatitis.

Fragrant, pine like needles, with anti-inflammatory properties that help to reduce puffiness and swelling.

Botanical name: Rosmarinus officinalis



Rose petals have used in Ayurveda and Chinese medicine for hundreds of years for their healing abilities both internally and externally.

Added to cosmetics, rose petals have soothing, healing and hydrating properties with the ability to calm irritated skin and nourish dehydrated complexions.

Why not blend with other botanicals to create a pot pourri or sachets for drawers or even a rose water face toner.
Botanical name: Rosa centifolia



This is another fabulous addition to our botanical collection. It has great benefits both internally and externally.

Known as 'the healing plant', Calendula, also known as Marigold, is used for healing wounds, reduces inflammation and helps to prevent skin problems such as psoriasis.

Botanical name: Calendula Officinalis Petals


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