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6 Herbs, Spices, and Flowers You Need to Have in Your Beauty Routine Now


Celebrities and big brand-named stores have dominated the health & beauty industry by saturating the media with mass market magical transforming products. It makes one wonder if they should consider patronizing a small business which provides hair and skin care products made with common plants, herbs, spices, and other items found in your kitchen or garden. We think you should! Sivad Beauty is the right one for you.

Whether it's by using natural items directly, like the gel from an aloe vera plant or by blending herbs, spices, extracts, into cleansers, oils, and creams or trusting in an all-natural skincare small business like ours is worth it. It's not only easy and economical to do but beneficial to the health of your hair and skin to have natural ingredients as the main component in your products. Since we don't mass produce the need to dilute our products with harmful additives is removed unlike what bigger may do. Switching to a more natural made product is leveling up your selfcare.

So, let's see a few herbs, plants, flowers, and spices Sivad Beauty keeps handy for your next level of skin care along with a product in which we use it.

1. Chamomile

Chamomile provides a calming relief to irritated dry skin especially on your lips. In any product, chamomile can impart soothing and calming effects. On the skin, it is a good addition to cleansers, and its antioxidant effects are perfect in anti-aging form, treating acne, and reducing puffiness under the eyes.

Try our all-natural lip balms like this one. Aromatherapy and hydration all in one.

2. Thyme

Thyme is a fascinating ingredient for hair. It has been shown to improve blood flow to the scalp and to help stimulate the growth even with conditions such as eczema, dandruff, and some alopecia. Thyme can help promote hair growth by both stimulating the scalp and actively preventing hair loss.

Try our Main Crown Scalp Stimulator Oil. Also available as a hair creme.

3. Roses

Roses, as well as being fragrant are great stress relievers. They exhibit properties of antioxidants, antidepressants, and anti-inflammatory properties which can help treat multiple ailments, both internal and external. It may even help soothe the irritation of eczema or rosacea. Moreover, they act as free-radical scavengers. The vitamins found in rose are vitamin E, vitamin D, vitamin C, vitamin A, and vitamin B3.

Try our Feels Sole Good Foot Soak - Rose. Also available in Citrus, Lemon, and Vanilla.

4. Honey

Although not an herb, honey is a plant byproduct and an integral part in herbal treatments. Honey is a natural humectant therefore it is a great ingredient naturally moisturize your skin. Once applied to the skin, it helps in softening the skin’s upper layers and deeply penetrating the skin to offer hydration to underlying skin layers too.

Get up to 8hrs of hydration with our Honey Butter Lip Gloss. Wear alone or underneath your favorite color.

5. Witch Hazel

Witch Hazel is a natural astringent and toner. For years considered a cure-all for problem skin. Along with its soothing abilities it helps fade scars, speeds up healing of scabs, reduces redness, removes excess oil, and dries out blemishes. Available in eight different types for different skin types.

Add Radiant Floral Facial Toners to your daily skincare routine.

6. Turmeric

Great for calming your skin and aids in hair growth. Turmeric has natural anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Aids in combating acne, hyperpigmentation, revives dull skin, reduces dark circles, helps against eczema, and other skin irritations plus has been shown to prevent pre-mature aging of the skin.

Spice up your skin care and achieve healthier, younger looking skin. Try our Radiant Facial Serum: Thyme for Turmeric.

Do you use any of these in your daily hair & skincare routine? Feel free to brag about your success in the comments and don't forget to tell a friend about us!

Disclaimer: None of the ingredients listed are a replacement for treatments prescribed by your doctor. Please consult with you physician for any allergy concerns. FDA approval not required.

1 Comment

Unknown member
3 days ago

Rose and Honey are my favs! I love how they benefit my skin plus roses smell divine. Thank you!

Anna | The Best Self-Care Blog

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