Botanical Extracts

Botanical extracts are naturalBottle with aloe vera extract substances that can be used to flavor foods, impart color and provide nutrients.  Herbal extracts come from the plant’s seeds or fruit by soaking in alcohol for some time.

Botanical extracts are a powerful way to create healthy skin. However, there’s been a lot of misinformation about which plant ingredients are best for different skin types and goals. This blog category will help clear up some confusion by explaining the basics of botanical extracts for your skin. 

Botanicals

The term “botanicals” refers to any natural ingredient derived from plants or trees with healing properties, including herbs, oils, spices, and even flowers! When it comes to skincare, they’re used in everything from moisturizers to soaps and more! 

Herbal extracts are a mainstay in skincare today, but do we really know what they are and how they work? If you’re not sure, these posts are for you. We’ll start with the basics of botanical extracts before diving into their benefits and applications in skincare. We can extract them from many different plants or parts of plants, such as leaves, seeds, or roots. 

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