Skin & Acne Support
Simple Products with the Sunnah in Mind.
You look in the mirror and find almost a stranger looking back... Wrinkles, dry skin, flaky scales.
Few people like them; they’re a sign of decay.
There’s nothing wrong with wrinkles, healthy aging, and the beautiful natural process of growing old, but that doesn’t mean we have to look older than we are or that there is no value in being so healthy on the inside, that you shine on the outside. So it’s ok if you’re looking for an organic way to boost your sparkle.
In fact, there are many health benefits to making a switch to natural, organic, healthy beauty products and supplements:
Skin is the largest human organ, and it absorbs everything! All too often we try different topical cleansers, moisturizers, and serums to help fix our skin...but they often don't work or cause irritation. As the largest organ in the body, our skin often represents an imbalance that is happening beneath the surface. Our bodies have an amazing ability to heal with the support of high-quality herbs. Adding these liquid herbal drops to water or tea will help nourish the body and provide a noticeable difference within days.
black cumin seed- it contains antioxidant properties, which can help protect skin from external aggressors such as pollution. It also contains vitamins A, B, and C and is rich in calcium, potassium, magnesium, and zinc, all of these nutrients can help skin.
black walnut - helps with skin conditions such as boils and acne
burdock root - Benefits the skin by cleansing and purifying the blood.
calendula - helps promote fast healing and regeneration of the skin thanks to it’s antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.
chickweed - is a nutritious diuretic. It replenishes the body with valuable trace minerals and vitamins as it flushes water weight from stored deposits. This herb was extremely popular for this use in the Victorian era. It was tucked into landscaping and eaten by the leisure class in fancy salads and sandwiches.Chickweed may help with; skin inflammations, acne, eczema, psoriasis.
dandelion - Enhances the body’s ability to remove toxins detrimental to skin health.
juniper berries - are rich of flavonoid and Polifenol which is excellent to cure acne and other related-skin problems.
plantain - may help with acne, rosacea, eczema & psoriasis. Plantain aids with these skin issues in various ways. It reduces inflammation, relieves itching, reduces pain, prevents scarring by regenerating new skin cells quickly.
milk thistle seed - Benefits skin health by supporting a healthy liver which is key for healthy skin.
reishi - contain what are known as beta-glucans, which are natural sugars that help reduce and calm dry, itchy skin. Consuming it regularly helps bring down inflammation and skin injuries. Because of their antioxidant capacity, they prevent free radicals from binding with healthy cells, protecting and supporting a youthful look. Their anti-aging benefits is another reason why they are so popular for skincare.
thyme - its antibacterial and antifungal properties, thyme oil can protect your skin from related infections. It works as a home remedy for acne. May also help reduce the symptoms of eczema as well.
rose - have several qualities which are ideal for fighting acne. First and foremost, since many types of acne are caused by bacteria within the skin, the antibacterial properties of roses can effectively reduce bacteria while still being gentle to sensitive, damaged skin while the harsh chemicals in common acne treatments can cause sensitive skin to experience unpleasant (and sometimes painful) reactions.
sarsaparilla - Traditionally used to treat skin ailments such as acne, eczema and psoriasis.
red clover - Improves circulation and reduces toxic buildup under the skin’s surface by enhancing the body’s elimination process.
Adults use 1ml one - three times a day when needed with a small cup of water to help assist with skin and acne conditions.
organic non-gmo vegetable glycerin, carbon filtered water, black cumin seed, black walnut, burdock root, calendula, chickweed, dandelion, juniper berries, plantain, milk thistle seed, reishi, thyme, rose, sarsaparilla, red clover