As the weather cools and I shed my Summer skin, I feel the overwhelming urge to smother on hydration to protect my face and body from the elements. Dry or chapped skin is never a good look lasses! I am smitten as a mitten over my recent discovery: Grown
Based in Australia, Grown is branded as a “Botanical Beauty” & “Organic Alchemist” product line. In addition to their incredible collection of skin, body, and hair care, I happen to appreciate their philosophy on their relationship with nature.
“Beyond our insightful knowledge of human biology is our profound belief in the power of natural alchemy. Unveiling the sophistication of nature’s infinite remedies of our passion. Proudly Australian made and owned, our ingredients are derived directly from nature… Grown, not manufactured. We source and use local ingredients in all our products. All our products carry a NOT TESTED ON ANIMALS logo as we do not test any of our products on animals.”
Beautifully written, eh?
Here are some of my personally picked products from this very thoughtful brand: Grown
I look forward to my morning shower ritual each day now due to the reviving benefits of this Chamomile, Bergamot, & Rosewood Body Cleanser ($28.95). This carefully curated concoction protects my skin from oxidative damage and premature aging while promoting new cell growth too. Yes, please!
Hands down my favorite body cream of all time! The Mandarin & Rosemary Leaf scent attracted me but when I read through the “Bio Active Ingredients” of this deep hydrating body cream ($67) … I was hooked! Check out the nourishment and restoration benefits here.
Is your skin aching for a new facial regime? Order the Grown Facial Kit for $59.95. This little darling handmade hat box will be on it’s way brimming with generous travel-size portions of the following:
Geranium Leaf, Bergamot & Rose-Bud - Facial Cleanser
Rose Absolute, Ginseng & Chamomile - Facial Toner
Camellia & Geranium Blossom – Facial Moisturizer
Radiance Restoring Borago, Rosehip & Buckthorn Berry – Facial Serum
See you next Sustainable Sunday!
Photo Credit: Cameron Powell