"My mom, aunt and I love the aroma of the Honey & Licorice Cleansing Grains . It amazes me how much they smell like lemon poppy seed muffins. It's delicious! My skin looks really bright in just two uses which is a pretty nice effect! I noticed a nice refined texture right away without having to be aggressive with my exfoliation. I like that you can also make a mask with it."
"I am over fifty and just a handful of birthdays shy of 60 however; my skin still has issues with occasional acne. I am exposed to hundreds of new products each year and can honestly say that Botanic Organic is by far one of the best lines I’ve tested."
There is no reason for natural and organic skincare to be priced beyond the reach of the average consumer. We've made the conscious decision to price affordably, and make absolutely no compromise in our ingredient selection. We remain true to our mission: to formulate using organic ingredients chosen for their attention to purity, their craftsmanship and their amazing therapeutic value.
We've had a number of great reviews of our products lately, and a very nice bio on Nancy Newsom, our founder, written for The Expat Woman. The Expat Woman is a San Francisco based online resource that helps creative, career-driven expat woman navigate and enjoy their lives in the US.
Our latest review, Skincare Good Enough to Eat!, is by Natasha Uspensky at The Organic Beauty. Natasha is a New York based holistic nutrition counselor that focuses on healthy eating and living habits. Natasha writes, "I've been using [Botanic Organic's] line of all natural, unrefined products for a few months now, and I have to say, I'm obsessed. Best of all, the whole line is totally affordable, so you don't have to pay and arm and a leg for high quality, natural products!"
As you contemplate your next visit to the dermatologist, you might find yourself a little unnerved by this video. As Colossal explains:
Artist Thomas Leveritt recently setup a special UV motion camera in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park with the intent of filming random passersby. Ultraviolet rays have the ability to expose not-yet-visible changes to human skin, namely freckles, that turn even the most unblemished faces into dark explosions of dots. Leveritt installed a monitor above the camera so people could instantly see the results, and then to heighten the effect, supplied them sunscreen in a vivid demonstration of why you should probably never again step outside without it.