An in-depth guide on how to grow Calendula officinalis, harvesting it, and transforming it into healing natural skin care
Calendula, a guide to growing and using it in Skin Care is written by Tanya Anderson of Lovely Greens as featured on BBC’s Gardeners’ World. It includes detailed information on choosing cultivars, growing them, harvesting, and using them in plant-based skincare recipes.
What’s in the calendula skincare book
- Detailed information on growing calendula in the garden and in containers
- Which cultivars to choose for medicinal and beauty purposes
- Harvesting information including time of day, how to pick, and preserving the flowers
- How to make calendula-infused oil including information on which carrier oil to choose
- Personal tips on how I use calendula oil in my own beauty regime
- Over a dozen calendula skincare recipes including handmade soap, face cleanser, face creams, bath bombs, and lip balm
Watch my short introduction to what you’ll learn in the new ebook below. All the best ~ Tanya from Lovely Greens
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One of the most well-known and easy to grow medicinal plants, Calendula officinalis is not only easy to grow but is also a powerful and therapeutic skincare herb. Its flowers helps to speed up healing, cleanse the skin, disinfect minor wounds, treat cold sores and chapped lips, reduce inflammation, and is a mild astringent.
Use the tips in this 49-page guide to grow your own calendula, harvest it, and use the homegrown petals in plant-based skincare. Includes more than a dozen recipes such as cold-process calendula soap, simple skin creams and cleansers, lip balm, bath truffles, and much more. All are easily printable and come with clear directions and full-color photos
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