How to do a Botanical Detox
Steaming helps detox and dilate pores to make it easier to remove blackheads and dirt. Once pores have opened the clean pores can better absorb products such as facial masks, moisturizers, and serums. Facial steams are calming to the senses and are a natural way to give skin a rosy, dewy glow.
HOW TO USE ROSEWATER
Roses + water. This mixture gives your skin a really good boost of hydration and it also has inflammatory properties.
Simply pour your rosewater mixture into a small spray bottle and spray over entire face. The toner can be used every morning and night. Plus your face will smell like a rose all day long.
Rosewater Natural Perfume:
Pour some rosewater into a spritz bottle and apply to your wrists, necks, etc…for a heavenly rose scent. No alcohols, no other chemicals, just pure, blissful rose scent.
Rosewater Makeup Setter:
Set it and forget it! Rosewater is one of the best makeup setters, but when you make your own, not only are you saving money, but you're also omitting all those are ingredients that are totally not necessary.
Botanical or Rosewater Bath:
Pour about 1 cup of leftover facial botanical steam water or rosewater into a running bath. The scent will totally relax you and you'll get a good dose of hydration.
HOW TO USE BOTANICAL FACIAL STEAM
The steam from the hot water releases the healing properties of the concentrated herbs. This floral nirvana blend opens your pores, allowing your skin to receive the full benefits of the concentrated herbs.
Botanical steams are calming to the senses, open pores and cleanse naturally by purifying and hydrating the skin. Our wildflower botanical steam is formulated with sustainable and seasonal growth friendly all-time favs such as Rose petals, Lavender buds, Calendula flowers, Chrysanthemum Flowers (mums), Cornflower Blossom Petals, and many other fragrant flowers and herbs specifically chosen for their skin-benefiting properties.
HOW TO USE BOTANICAL STEAMS
The perfect at home facial. Place 1-2 tablespoons of contents into a large bowl. Add 3-4 cups of boiling water. Allow water temperature to drop. Water should be warm, not scalding. Lean over the bowl, covering head with a towel (make a tent) and steam for 10-15 minutes. Follow up with a cool water rinse. Use caution around hot liquids.
Botanical Bath Tea Sisal Soak:
Whether you use roses or a blend of vibrant, fragrant herbs it makes for an indulgent bath when placed inside a sisal bag to infuse your bath. It can be rubbed against the skin with the herbs still inside for gentle, nourishing exfoliation.
Botanical Foot Soak:
Pedicures! Whether you have a foot-spa at home or you soak your feet in the bathtub, sprinkle 1-2 tbsp of our botanicals and soak your feet at home for a fourth of the price as a spa or salon.
Reuse the floral water by adding it to one of our clay masks for a full facial treatment.
As seen in Vanity Fair May Issue 2020.