How To Grow A Beauty Products Garden

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Various plants contain enzymes and nutritional properties that can be extracted and used as ingredients in beauty products to cleanse, tone, and even to moisturize the skin. While many commercial products contain ingredients that sound exotic, many of them are derived from plants that anyone can grow at home. This includes green tea, chamomile, and even rose – just to mention a few. If you’re interested in using home-grown (and organic!) ingredients for your own beauty products, then consider growing a thriving beauty products garden at home this year.

The Basics

Many products found in the health and beauty section retail stores often contain botanical extracts. Unfortunately, most packaging and labeling of commercial products does not reveal where the ingredients were sourced, let alone how they were processed. This is extremely important because you want to make sure your health and beauty products are made from the most potent ingredients; that is to say, they should not include any pesticides and long list of chemicals. Likewise, you don’t want natural ingredients that have been diluted by ineffective extraction methods. By growing your own beauty products garden and managing the extraction process, you will be in full control to make sure your products are nutrient rich, effective, and not compromised by unnecessary chemicals.

The Options

The best type of plants for your garden will depend on your specific needs. Some plants are best suited to treat irritated skin, while others are best for treating acne, hyper-pigmentation, and dry and aging skin. Before selecting the items to grow in your garden, make a list of what types of commercial products you would like to replace. On you have your product list prepared, then it’s time to start to select your plants and start planting. 

Get started with this basic list of items to grow in your beauty products garden at lovelygreens.com here…

How To Grow A Beauty Products Garden


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