Plants for Your Skin.

I’m frequently asked what products you should start with and what products are best for what. I’ve made these products to be pretty universal for all skin types, but they’re definitely more geared towards dry and inflamed skin. Living in Alaska, most of us are experiencing some dry angry skin, and all of these products were built to target that. That being said, I think most folks can benefit from using products that are high in good fats + “clean” ingredients.

When using these products, please listen to your body. Not every ingredient is going to work for every BODY and it’s important to stop use if you see any irritation. Also, please note that these products are anhydrous, which means they contain no water. Because there’s no water, there’s no preservatives, and it’s really important you keep them dry so they don’t mold! My skin is so sensitive it breaks out over even plant based preservatives, and I’m trying really hard to make these products sensitive skin friendly. If you order a product that is meant to be used with water (cleansing balm + scrubs!), please use the spoon provided to dip product out and close up the container before adding water to your face.

The Basic Routine.

This is the bare bones routine I use every day. Not all of this is required, but if you’re wanting to get serious about loving your skin, this is a good place to start. This is a nightly routine for me. In the mornings I usually splash some water on my face, dry, and add the face serum or face balm, depending on how dry I feel.

• Oil Cleansing Balm - This is an oil cleanser that is made of Moringa Seed Oil, Fair-trade Shea Butter, Castor Oil, Beeswax, Calendula, and Colloidal Oatmeal. I really hate how messy liquid oil cleansers are, so that’s why I made a balm. This is a heavy balm, less is more.

To use, spoon (using spoon provided) out a small amount of balm. Splash warm water on face and gently work the balm all over, even over eyes if you’re wearing eye makeup. I like to do this for a minute just to remove all the makeup from my face. Then use a warm wet cloth to wipe the balm off your face.

• Wild Rose Face Toner - While your face is still warm and moist, spritz with the face toner. I like to tone, then wipe off with the cotton face pads, and then spritz again (leave on). You can also just spray your face and not wipe. This toner has Wild Rose Hydrosol in it and ah, the skin loves it.

• Plant Infused Face Serum - This serum is lovely! It’s a blend of delicious oils : Organic Jojoba Oil, Organic Rosehip Oil, Organic Moringa Seed Oil, Organic Sea Buckhorn Oil, and is infused with Frankincense Resin, Tulsi, Lavender, Chamomile, Calendula, Marshmallow Root, Hibiscus. A little goes a long way. I like to rub a small amount in my hands and then gently press into my face. For me, about a dime size is a good amount. You may need more or less, though, so play around until you get it right. “Right”, means you aren’t an oily mess and it soaks into the skin.

• Face Balm - This is optional, but is lovely if you need extra moisture (hello, winter). The face balm is like buttahhhh. We’ve got Grass Fed Tallow, Organic Sea Buckthorn Oil, Organic Carrot Seed Oil, and Vitamin E, infused with Frankincense, Calendula, Lavender, Chickweed, Marshmallow Root, Yarrow, Comfrey Root, and Tulsi.

More for your face.


Scrubs are a great way to exfoliate while also leaving your skin hydrated and happy. My scrubs are made of a blend of tallow, organic sugars, olive oil, rosehip oil, vitamin e, whole plants, colloidal oats, honey, and other spices. I carry a scrub that is always in stock, our Brown Sugar & Honey Scrub. I also occasionally have a seasonal scrub. Scrubs can be used on your face and body. Please use it the same way you use the oil cleanser. Only use 1-2x a week to avoid damaging your skin from over exfoliation.

The Bees Night Hydration

I have a, “The Bees” Soap, and now we’ve got a Bees cream! This cream is all about the bees and is loaded with bee magic. I made this cream with acne in mind, but it can literally be used for anything, even down to diaper cream. It’s a lush (my favorite word) cream that offers intense hydration along with the many vitamins, minerals, acids, and enzymes found naturally occurring in the bee products added. If using on your face, I recommend using this as a night cream since it is such a thick cream. Wake up with super happy skin! Please note, I have locally sourced most of the ingredients and have shipped in royal honey from a small beekeeper in California. This is a luxury cream and it is priced as such. Ingredients: Olive Oil, Grassfed Tallow, Beeswax, Raw Honey, Bee Propolis, Royal Jelly, Bee Pollen, Sea Buckthorn Oil, Vitamin E, Benzyl Alcohol, Glycerin, Salicylic Acid, Sorbic Acid (Preservative for the Royal Jelly!)

Tallow Body Butter

This body butter is meant to be used all over your body! If you’ve been here for awhile, you remember the OG tallow balm. This very similar to that but with shea and comes in an 8 oz jar. Ingredients: Grass Fed Tallow, Organic Olive Oil, Nilotica Fair Trade Shea , infused with Calendula, Lavender, Chickweed, Marshmallow Root, Yarrow, Comfrey Root, and Tulsi


Udder + Nipple Balm

This is a really simple balm I made for my goats that are in milk in the winter. Just like humans, their teats get dry and cracked if something protective + hydrating isn’t used after milking. What’s lovely about these “clean” products is that they’re pretty universal, so humans or animals can use them! I made sure there’s no animal based products in this, making it safe for human baby and goat/cow baby.

Ingredients: Fair Trade Shea, Cocoa Butter, Jojoba Oil, Olive Oil, Vitamin E, Infused with Chamomile and Calendula.

Working Hands Salve

I made this salve with working hands in mind! The mechanics, gardeners, trade workers, farmers, etc, this is for them! I don’t know about you guys but my hands get ROUGH in the winter when I’m milking goats and moving hay. This is my go to salve before I go out to work and when I come back in. You don’t need to have “working hands” to use this, though. It’s a nice salve for all things and I even keep it by the sink to use after washing dishes (hello, dry skin). Ingredients: Olive Oil, Grassfed Tallow, and Beeswax infused with Spruce Resin, Frankincense Resin, Cottonwood Buds, Comfrey Root, Calendula, Chickweed, Yarrow, Usnea


Horsetail Hair Rinse

This is a seasonal offering that leaves your hair feeling so soft! Horsetail has been shown to benefit hair growth, scalp health, and has been shown to increase strength in thickness of the hair follicle. This rinse also has my beloved Marshmallow Root in it. Marshmallow is a mucilage herb, which means it has great slippage (good for a rinse) and is loving on the scalp. Rosemary (grown right here) is also in this mix, and is often used for hair regrowth, and scalp health. Rosemary oil was actually studied against Minoxidil (Rogaine) and was found to be just as effective. Lemon balm is an astringent, which is great for oily hair. It’s also used for hair regrowth. Stinging Nettles are packed with nutrients, sulfur, and also silica. Last but not least, Lavender is used as a scalp soother. This rinse is ACV based and is meant to be diluted when used. This is a conditioning rinse so if you have oily roots stick to using this mid length down to your ends. 


Store bought soaps are full of preservatives and harsh surfactants that are rough on skin in general, but especially folks with sensitive skin. I make milk based soaps full of delicious butters and oils that your skin will love! Each bar is fragrance free and that includes free from essential oils. Instead of fragrances, I infuse my oils with whole plants, many of them foraged from our area. These soaps are meant to nourish your skin, so please don’t expect strong scents when purchasing these!

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