Honey – Some of our single farm, raw, wildflower Honey for this product comes directly from Miraval Austin’s own Cypress Creek Farm. Raw Honey is incredibly hydrating, and visibly plumps and firms the skin. It has gentle enzymatic action that works to turn over cells in a non-forceful way. Raw Honey is also an excellent choice for microbiome imbalances by inhibiting the overgrowth of harmful bacteria colonies, while encouraging beneficial flora diversity.
Pecans – Supporting small family farmers, Austin-sourced raw Pecans nourish, moisturize, and soften skin with their healthy lipids and high vitamin E content. They also smell delicious!
Peaches – The inclusion of aromatic ripe Austin-grown peaches take this Mask’s enzymatic cleansing and brightening up a notch. Peaches are cooling, strengthening, and filled with vitamin C, flavonoids, and helpful fruit acids.
Calendula – Our vibrant Calendula is farmed and harvested mindfully for Laurel Skin by Herban Austin. Calendula is deeply restorative and healing on a cellular level. It is excellent for scarring and all forms of skin damage.
Pink Primrose – Freshly harvested delicate pink petals are sourced by Herban Austin. These beauties help to soothe and calm the skin, and they can be found all throughout Austin in the Spring and Summer months.
Full Ingredient List: Raw Honey˚, Pecans˚, Peaches˚, Pink Primrose Flower* + Seed˚, Chamomile˚, Calendula˚, Lemon Balm Leaf˚, Milky Oats˚, Mullein˚, Yaupon*, Tulsi˚, Turmeric˚, Moringa˚, Chickweed˚, Ginger˚, Monarda˚, Prickly Ash*, Roman Chamomile Essential Oil˚, Sweet Orange˚, Vetiver˚, Vanilla˚
˚organically grown ingredient
*regionally and ethically wildcrafted ingredient
Number of Austin regionally grown ingredients: 17
Number of small farms + artisans supported: 6
*Wildcrafting is not a term that you see used often at Laurel Skin. In the commercial beauty and health industries wildcrafting or wild-harvesting can put a strain on the environment, animal habitats, and Indigenous communities. Laurel Skin does not condone wildcrafting plants on Indigenous lands unless it only and directly financially supports the Indigenous folks doing the harvesting. Laurel Skin does not condone any scale of wildcrafting that may bring harm to the micro-ecosystems of a particular area. This is especially seen in the essential oil and supplement industries, and we genuinely wish for that type of wildcrafting to come to an end. That said, some of the herbs (not essential oils) for the collection made exclusively for Miraval were ethically and mindfully wildcrafted in small and limited amounts by herbalists local to their regions. The amount we could harvest actually determined how much product we were able to create, and that is weather and yield dependent. Especially with the desert plants, we wanted to utilize these plants which were native and abundant to the desert region. These medicinal plants are not farmed or cultivated. None of these plants were harvested on Indigenous lands, and all were harvested on privately or publicly owned lands where each plant is abundant or even invasive and not at all at-risk. This responsibility is something Laurel personally takes very seriously, and we do not encourage wildcrafting for those who do not have this level of awareness around this global sourcing concern.