Where does it come from?

Spearmint, also known as garden mint is one of many mint species. This herb is native to Europe and south temperate Asia. But to be honest, this herb can be found in any temperate part of the world. So you could find it in Ireland and even Africa.

What is it used for?

Spearmint has many uses, it can be used as a flavoring in food and herbal teas, but it is also transformed into an oil used as a flavoring and a scent. Spearmint oil has been used traditionally as a medicine for minor ailment such as fevers and digestive disorders. It is also used as a natural insecticide and pesticide. In the medical research it has been shown to help as an antitumor and has been shown to be a great antibacterial.

Its benefits:

Let’s talk about it’s healing benefits for our skin. The antioxidant quality of this essential oil reduces the appearance of wrinkles & discoloration. It is also believed to help reveal a new layer of skin, thus increasing the resilience and elasticity of the skin. It’s anti-bacterial properties are believed to make an ideal skin cleanser. Spearmint may have a cooling sensation, so it can relieve itching associated with dryness and irritation.

Be cautious of...

You know the drill, like all plant you may have an allergic reaction to spearmint (it is very rare for this plant), so do not forget to patch it before using it on your face.

What about ours?

Our Spearmint originates and are transformed in the Unites States of America.


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