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December 01, 2013

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Web Site 3.0

Welcome to the third iteration of the Botanic Organic website. We've created an entirely new site, with easier navigation, new images, groupings of products into collections, clearer shipping instructions, new payment options, and a secure checkout process.

Also be sure to check out the ingredients page. Some of the ingredients link to pages with more information on the ingredient, and a listing of all the products that include that ingredient.

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August 12, 2012

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Calendula

Calendula or calendula officinalis, more easily recognized as the marigold plant, is one of the oldest herbs on record used for skincare. Calendula extract is fabulous for most inflamed or irritated skin conditions and scientific studies have found that extracts of calendula with its anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, anti-fungal and anti-septic qualities can speed the healing of skin wounds and burns.

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July 26, 2012

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Why Use a Hydrating Mist?

Many people seem slightly confused about the value of using a toner or hydrating mist in their skin care regime. Contrary to popular belief, toners do not make your pores smaller, because your pores do not open and close. Hydrating mists can however, deliver beneficial ingredients to your skin and help to balance its pH which may have been disrupted after cleansing. Your skin normally has a slight level of acidity which acts as a barrier to keep out bacteria. This is why it’s best to avoid alkaline, soap based cleansers that will upset the pH balance of the skin and cause possible irritation.

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July 08, 2012

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Double-Cleanse Your Skin Before Bedtime

Whether you're a makeup wearer or prefer the "au naturel" look, we recommend that you cleanse your face twice a day with a light cleansing in the morning and a more thorough double-cleanse in the evening. Our skin is constantly excreting wastes and shedding dead skin debris which makes daily cleansing a beauty must. We recommend using a mild and natural cleanser. If you wear makeup, it’s imperative that you remove this layer before going to sleep in order to avoid the possibility of clogged pores, blocked tear ducts, blackheads and potential acne. Even if you don’t wear makeup, the sebum on the surface of your skin readily attracts atmospheric pollutants and dirt like a magnet.

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