Daisies are a common sight in gardens and fields, but did you know that they have a rich history and surprising properties? From their symbolism in different cultures to their use in traditional medicine, here we will tell you more about its rich history, the benefits for your skin and how you too can use this powerful plant yourself.
Benefits of daisies for the skin
Daisies have been used for their medicinal properties for centuries. The flower is often used in herbal teas and remedies to treat respiratory problems, digestive issues, and skin conditions. The leaves of the daisy plant were used topically to treat skin conditions, such as wounds and rashes. Daisy tea is believed to have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, making it a popular choice for those looking for natural remedies. Additionally, daisy extracts are often used in skincare products for their soothing and healing properties.
Daisies in Nature Bar
Because of the soothing and healing properties of this little plant the spring inspired limited edition Daisies and Bergamot soap bar contains a healthy dose of daisies.
How to use daisies yourself
Pick some fresh flowers and make a tea out of it, but you can also eat the flowers in a salad. Tastes and looks delicious!