Laurel Whole Plant Organics is a flower and herb based facial care line, firmly rooted in mindful beauty rituals, taking purity and efficacy to a new level by using the highest quality, artisan ingredients. A 100% organic, raw, unrefined, whole plant line, Laurel sources directly from bio-dynamic farms, handcrafting each product with love, integrity and unparalleled purity. Every formula is alcohol and water free, and made using the purest, most effective vibrant plants. Whether in spa or at home, Laurel Whole Plant Organics believes beauty should be a loving ritualistic practice that begins with nurturing self-care.
Laurel is also about taking time to care for yourself. Strongly rooted in the spa and resort industry, a place that has taught us that slowing down and taking time to have a cup of tea and take a bath, really does take years off for the mind, body, and spirit. Everything at Laurel is done with love; from the season it takes to grow their plants, to the months that hand made blends sit steeping, to the minutes spent bottling a batch. From the farm to the lab – the whole making process is done with love and care. Make your skin care routine something you take time to do for yourself and it will be that much more powerful.
We had the chance to pick Laurel’s brain in a lightening round about our 5 favorite topics, we hope you enjoy!
Clean Beauty is safer for our health, and potent Plant based Beauty is more effective. Its a no brainer!
Both. My daily cleansing routine is always a moment that I am super grateful for – its impossible to not slow down and breath deeply and be grateful for all the plants bringing the moment to life. However, I also love an indulgent few hours spent with back
to back masking and compressing sessions!
Raw honey and a raw unrefined oil of any kind.
When I feel healthy and in balance; more specifically when I have time to get outside, meditate, care for my skin, eat healthy – those little things all make me feel good about myself.
It would be to be more kind and more patient with myself. No one is a harsher critic than oneself. There is always room for growth and improvement, but perfection is never achievable or a healthy goal.