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Are you steaming? You should be! Steaming is a very simple yet very beneficial step that can be added to your skincare routine.

Steaming opens up pores to leave a healthy, blemish-free complexion. Adding one of our botanical blend facial steam packs to steaming water can help improve skin and the herbal aromas are sure to give your mood a lift.

When you have a spare five minutes, steaming is a great way to deeply cleanse and clear your skin. Cover your head with a towel and lean over a bowl of hot water, infused with herbs and essential oils, inhaling deeply, for five to ten minutes. This process can help to deliver oxygen deep into your pores and aid the removal of dirt.

The herbal blends you choose and regularity of your steaming can be customized to the balance of your skin. Get to know which ingredients your skin responds to best by looking at the label on your favorite facial moisturizer or cleanser and using these as a guide.

A deep steam clean will also benefit all skin types, although the herbal blends you choose and regularity of your steaming should be catered to the balance of your skin.

Those will oilier complexions or breakouts will benefit from steaming for around five minutes, two or three times a week, in order to remove dirt blockages from the skin and treat hard to reach blemishes. Citrusy herbs and oils such as grapefruit or lemon will deliver antiseptic action, while old-time favorite tea tree has a wonderfully neutralizing effect on troubled areas!

More dry or mature skins will also love the brightening effects of a steam, but tend not to need as much of a regular deep clean. This is because the process of desquamation (the shedding of dead skin cells) tends to be a little slower in dryer complexions, leading to fewer blockages in the pores. Moisture is important here, herbs and oils such as rose, lavender and chamomile will nourish delicate protections while you cleanse.

As with anything, balance is key. If you are steaming regularly, ensure you are using a balanced blend of gentle ingredients to really care for your skin and see the best results.


(Always start with a freshly cleansed face. Use a cleansing oil to remove any makeup or build up and then proceed to steam)

1. Always use distilled or filtered water for best results.
2. Boil 3 cups of distilled or filtered water.
3. Add floral ingredients to the water and allow to boil for 30 seconds.
4. Remove from heat source. (Do not ever steam your face over water that is still on a hot burner, or you run the risk of catching your towel on fire.)
6. Drape a towel over your head and lean over the bowl of steaming floral "tea," keeping your head at a comfortable distance. Remove your face from the steam if it becomes too hot; allow it to cool slightly and then put it back over the steam. Turn your head every so often to steam your entire face.
7. Steam for 5-15 minutes, depending on your needs.
8. Dip a Flannel Facial Cloth in the steeped Tea water and wring out, Pat your face gently to remove excess.
9.Allow your face to dry slightly and apply a light moisturizer such as a facial serum

NOTE: Save the excess water and use it as a toner/floral treatment! Simply strain all the solid ingredients out of the water and store the water in a spray bottle IN THE REFRIGERATOR for up to 7 days. Mist your face with the water in the morning, or dab it on after cleansing in the evening. Add 1-2 Tbsp witch hazel for oily skin (if you'd like).


FOR OILY OR ACNEIC SKIN: Add 2 Tbsp apple cider vinegar to the water as it's boiling.


What can herbs do for your hair? They can naturally soften hair, increase shine and body and add natural highlights without nasty chemicals.

Loaded with all natural herbs that are great for hair. This particular blend has Organic Lavender Buds, Rosemary, Nettle , Sage and Marshmallow Root.

Hair Tea Rinses are Conditioning Treatments that strengthen the hair and encourages healthy growth of hair as well as give nourishment to scalp hair follicles.

Directions for Hair Tea: add a tea bag to a large pyrex glass cup or bowl and fill with boiling water and cover. Steep for about 30 minutes. When the tea is warm, apply to scalp and hair and massage thoroughly, When pouring tea onto hair and scalp, hold a bowl at the end of hair strands to catch the tea and reapply. Repeat several times. Leave In or Rinse out if desired. I like to leave in my tea rinses. If you use a conditioner, use this tea rinse after you condition your hair.

Rinse out with cool water or leave in for extra conditioning.

If you like to use apple cider vinegar rinses 2 tablespoons or more of acv can be added to this herbal rinse as well. Vinegar closes the hair follicle shaft and removes build up of residue. leaves hair shiny and manageable.

~ For more spritzer yumminess, brew tea in about 4oz of water and add remaining ounces with pure aloe vera juice or coconut water once water has cooled for extra goodness. If you add the aloe vera juice or coconut water too soon while water is hot, it may destroy some the aloe or coconut water beneficial properties

Organic Rose Buds and Leaves: Rose Buds have healing and nourishing qualities and act as a gentle astringent. Enjoy the smell of fresh rose garden on your face, while rejuvenating delicate tissues. Great for dry, stressed and dehydrated skin.

Organic Chamomile: Heals inflamed Skin

Organic Lavender: Widely used as calming, relaxing botanicals. Very mild and wonderful for even sensitive skin.

Catnip: Has emollient qualities for the hair

Organic Comfrey Root: Most well known herb for healing Skin, Offers relief to dry itchy skin. Cell Renewal

Marshmallow Root: relieves scalp irritations, provides moisture and slip which helps detangle hair.

Organic Spearmint and rosemary are uplifting herbs. Their fragrances are known to revitalize and boost energy


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