Floral + herbal facial steams are an important part of a good skin care regime and are also so lovely for relaxation and detox. Not only does your skin reap the benefits of purging toxins and drinking nutrients of the herbs, your mind and body are relaxed by this ritual.
+ rose and calendula have antibacterial, astringent and cleansing qualities
+ rosemary aids in balancing your energy and refreshing your mind
+ peppermint helps to clear mucus & congestion in your airways
This blend of herbs can be used for all skin types.
SIZE 8 OZ JAR - should make 3-4 steams
Instructions on how to perform a facial steam are included with this product.
IN THE MIX calendula*, rose buds & petals*, peppermint*, rosemary
(*indicates homegrown or organic)
HERBAL FACIAL STEAM
1. Fill a small saucepan about halfway with water.
2. Add a small handful of facial steam herbs.
3. Bring water to a boil.
4. Reduce heat to simmer, cover with a lid and let simmer for about 10 minutes.
5. While the herbs are simmering, set up your steam space. Find a comfortable seat at a table, turn on relaxing music and grab a large towel. It may be best to put some pillows or blankets behind your back, so you're comfortable when you're leaning over for the steam.
6. When the herbs are done simmering, bring the pan to your table space and place it on a heat safe surface. Remove the lid.
7. Once the steam is a comfortable temperature (after a minute or two), sit down with the pan in front of you, place the large towel over your head while you lean your face over the pan, creating a small sauna for your face. Make sure you're in a comfortable position, arms supporting you and pillows/blankets supporting your back.
8. Close your eyes, breathe deeply and slowly, and let the herbs work their healing magic. You can do the steam for 10-15 minutes or until you feel done.
9. Be sure to move slowly and drink a glass of water when you've finished.
10. Follow this up with the All Natural Cleansing Oil.
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