All Season Salve
Déesse du Soleil
Déesse du Soleil (goddess of the sun) was formulated to harness the power of summer's botanicals, all season long. Made with soothing, nourishing, and polyphenol-rich herbs, this salve is a blend of classic and modern plants used to help support the natural health and glow of the skin. Blended in dry-farmed-olive-oil with freshly dried herbs and small-batch beeswax, each component of this blend was made in right relationship with the earth, plants, and land; a moisturizing salve that's a skincare complement in summer, winter, fall, or spring.
Apply liberally after a healthy dose of exposure to the sun; reapply as needed throughout the day/night. This product is best stored in a cool dark place out of direct light to help retain its vitality and to keep the vitamin-rich oils from spoiling. For maximum freshness use within one-year of opening.
Olive Oil, Chamomile Flower, Tulsi Leaf, Lavender Flower, Calendula Flower, Beeswax, Rosehip Essential Oil, Rosemary C02 Extract, Vitamin E Oil
Inspired by the maker’s French heritage (like the other’s in this line) this hydrosol was carefully crafted using a handmade European copper still and utilizes plants commonly found in the French countryside. Spritz away for a provincial dose of spriteful bliss. This blend is preserved with minimal amounts of organic cane alcohol and radish root ferment to help naturally lengthen the shelf life of this delicate blend of botanicals.
About The Maker
Designed, formulated, and custom-crafted by local herbalist Anna Marie Beauchemin of East Bay Herbals, every product in this line has been a staple in Anna’s personal beauty apothecary for years. The herbs selected are used for their valued botanical benefits and for their sweet affinity to the skin, creating small-batch artisan products made in right relationship with the earth, body, and land. Anna offers one-on-one herbal wellness consultations, custom-blended herbal products, workshops locally and online, and has written for a variety of food and plant-based publications. To learn more visit eastbayherbals.com