Herby Beauty

Nat­u­ral sk­in­care is hav­ing a ma­jor mo­ment, with herbs at the helm

Look (UK) - - FIRST LOOK - Chloe Bur­cham @Chloe­bur­cham

Whether it’s down to the ban on mi­crobeads or the wave of green-juice drinkers tak­ing over the coun­try, there’s been a huge rise in the de­mand for nat­u­ral beauty. And now the boffins are tak­ing it back to ba­sics, us­ing herbs to pimp up our sk­in­care. But you don’t need a de­gree in botan­ics or ac­cess to a pes­tle and mor­tar to see why these tra­di­tional in­gre­di­ents get a mas­sive yes from us.


Not just for your cur­ries, co­rian­der con­tains Omegas 3, 6 and 9, which deeply nour­ish the skin, leav­ing it hy­drated and smooth. Try: Ae­sop Co­rian­der seed Body Cleanser, £17

Herb Hero Prod­uct:

Kiehl’s Mid­night Re­cov­ery Con­cen­trate, £37, kiehls.co.uk


As well as smelling g-r-e-a-t, rose­mary helps to re­tain mois­ture and brighten the skin. Sounds good to us. Try: Weleda skin Food, £9.95


Not only a won­der­ful pil­low spray, laven­der helps to re­in­force the skin’s bar­rier func­tion, im­proves tone and soothes sen­si­tive skin, leav­ing it look­ing more radiant. Try: An­tipodes Res­ur­rect Clar­i­fy­ing Fa­cial toner, £19.99


Un­like the harsh in­gre­di­ents in an­tiblem­ish serums, Sage has an­tibac­te­rial prop­er­ties that won’t strip nat­u­ral oils. Try: ori­gins orig­i­nal skin essence lo­tion, £22

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