Blog — body care

New products in a new year!

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New products in a new year!

Here at Haven, we are constantly listening to our customers requests and formulating new products for those in need.What's new around here this month?Hocus Focus: This tincture tonic is for those looking to increase brain function and concentration and mental stamina. Formulated for those with ADD/ADHD, it also helps grad students and old folks, too! Don't Cramp My Style: This remedy tincture has been a long time coming. If you suffer from intense menstrual or ovulation pain, this product is especially made for you. It has herbs historically used  pain, inflammation and hormone balancing.What's on the horizon?Digestive Bitters in Vinegar...

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Skin Care and the Products We Choose, Part Two

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Skin Care and the Products We Choose, Part Two

In part one of this series, we talked about what types of ingredients we do use in our formulas (organic, ethical, pronounceable, and effective remedies, tonics, and body care). This post is going to talk about what ingredients you should avoid if you wish to avoid ingesting toxins through the skin. As profiled in the last blog post, you need to avoid toxins that have a molecular weight lower than 750 to avoid absorbing the toxin.FD & C Colors/Pigments: These are synthetic colors made from coal and tar. Side effects range from skin irritation, to oxygen depletion, and even death. All those...

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Skin Care and the Products We Choose, Part One

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Skin Care and the Products We Choose, Part One

Your skin is your body's largest organ- and it absorbs at least 60% of what you put on it. This includes the water from our baths and showers, soaps, topical medications, essential oils, and body care products. At Haven Herbs, we only carry and make products that are "organic, ethical, pronounceable, and effective." What do we mean by this?Organic:This is actually a legal term. Organic means that the ingredients in a formula are grown or raised not using synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, and in the case of animal products, it also means no hormones or antibiotics are given. In the...

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