Herbal steaming aids in clearing out toxins and impurities from the skin, so do this before a facial mask. This steam is a nourishing blend of herbs and flowers that are known for their anti-inflammatory and astringent properties. The key ingredients are Hibiscus flower, helichrysum flower, calendula flower, marshmallow root, rose petals, sage, orange peel, lavender flower, burdock root, yarrow leaf and flower and elder flower.
How to do facial steam?
Place a handful of the flowers and herbs in a bowl and cover with steaming water from the kettle. Place towel overhead and hold face 10-15 inches above the bowl for 7-10 minutes. Rinse with cool water.
Manuka Honey from Wedderspoon plus oats is well known in the natural beauty space for almost anything. Due to its anti-inflammatory properties it reduces redness, can heal burns, scars, congested or inflamed skin and even eczema. Additionally, manuka honey helps to oxygenate the pores to draw out bacteria, drastically improving acne-prone areas. Simply blend up a spoonful of oats plus a spoonful of manuka honey, and make it a paste on your face. Apply it everywhere, avoiding the eyes and mouth. Leave this mask for 30 minutes because it’s super hydrating and healing. The final step is to curl up on the couch or get comfy at the kitchen table with your journal or a good book before washing off your face mask.