"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."
Our ingredients are the building blocks of our finished products and are sourced from suppliers with an uncompromising commitment to organic agriculture, and a steadfast focus on their freshness and effectiveness. The oils and butters that that we have chosen have been mechanically cold or expeller pressed from raw, organic fruits, grains, nuts and seeds to protect their therapeutic value, and are exceptionally high in vitamin content, critical fatty acids and antioxidants.
"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, while making absolutely no compromise when selecting our ingredients. We remain true to our mission: to formulate using organic ingredients chosen for their attention to purity, their craftsmanship and their amazing therapeutic value.
Plantain (plantago lanceolata L.) is considered a common weed and can often be found in our backyards. I have seen masses of it in our surrounding Bay Area hills while hiking. Plantain has a long history in herbal medicine, and many of its remarkable medicinal qualities have been confirmed by modern science. Used topically, it is effective on many kinds of skin disorders by simply bruising its leaves and rubbing them onto the skin. Alternatively it can be made into an oil or balm and stored for convenient later use.
Spring is gardening season and a great time to think about using a balm for those hardworking and beat up hands after a long day of pruning and digging in the soil. Balms provide a wonderful medium to deliver restorative and nutrient rich oils and butters to extra dry and damaged cuticles and hands.