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Our Natural and Organic Skin Care Collection is "Clean and Green"

 Good for our Planet, Great for your Face



 Eco-conscious clients are demanding holistic skincare products that match their green lifestyles. Beauty Botanicals, our signature brand, is a reflection of our eco-conscious spa! This exquisite collection uses naturally derived emulsifiers, surfactants, essential oil fragrances, and mineral-based colours. It is Paraben-free, SLS-free, and Cruelty-free, employing Eco-friendly clean manufacturing practices. The brand uses USDA organic, wildcrafted, and fair trade ingredients, in-house steam distillation of botanical extracts, exotic ingredients with therapeutic benefits, and is boosted with cosmeceutical ingredients offering results in clean, green formulas.


Skin Types:

Normal, Oily, Combination, Mature, Anti Aging, Sensitive, Dry, and Environmentally Stressed Skin 

Features of this Collection:

  • Natural & Organic source Botanical Extracts 

  • Natural & Organic Plant derived Oils and Butters

  • Free of animal-derived Ingredients (Vegan) and  Parabens

  • ‘Green’, natural source Emulsifiers, Surfactants Thickeners

  • Mineral & Natural source Colorants

  • Preference for Wildcrafted & Fair Trade Ingredients sourced from Ethical suppliers

Your skin is the largest organ in your body. 


A skincare regime and regular professional treatments will help maintain healthy, vibrant skin. When using the proper regime for your skin type, you are preventing future conditions such as premature wrinkles, fine lines, uneven skin tone ect.


Treatments from your professional skin care specialist, are designed to remove toxins, dead skin cells, oil, dirt and address skin issues, while helping slow down the effects of aging.


A targeted skin care regime will help maintain these treatments and your skins health. In order to tackle personal needs and corrective conditions we need products that contain specific ingredients which will provide the desired outcome.


For example products that contain Growth Factors have significant restorative benefits. Peptides, antioxidants and vitamins have their roles as well. 


The key to getting the most out of skin care products is using the proper products. Choosing the right ones depends on your skin type and understanding your skin type.  Seek a professional skin care analysis when possible.


Investments are not always about money! Love the skin you’re in, it’s yours for life!

Characteristics of Skin Types

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  • Free from blemishes

  • Pores are small

  • Skin tone is even, clear, and smooth.

  • Radiant

  • Skin is not too oily or too dry

  • Normal skin is well-balanced and less likely to suffer from conditions such as acne or redness. It appears to be radiant, most likely in younger ages.

  • Skin feels tight, lacks elasticity

  • Skin texture is rough

  • The complexion looks dull/ blotchy

  • Scaling, flaking, and itchiness may occur

  • Prone to redness, irritation 

  • Enhances fine lines and wrinkle

  • Women are more prone to dry skin than men. Dry skin may lack the natural moisturizing factors in the skin that retain water. Moisturizers for dry skin are essential.

  • Pores are usually enlarged 

  • Skin looks thicker and paler

  • Prone to various forms of acne, especially in the T- Zone (forehead, nose, and chin)

  • Skin appears shiny or greasy

  • Oily skin looks more plump and less aged

  • Oily skin types should wash with a gentle cleanser and use noncomedogenic products that don’t clog the pores.

  • sebaceous glands, hormonal changes, stress, medications, diet, and poor choice of skincare products can contribute to oily skin. More common in men than women and more frequent during adolescence.



  • Large Pores

  • Shiny Skin

  • Blackheads/Whiteheads usually in T-Zone

  • Patches of Red Skin Tone

  • Don’t pick or pop pimples. They will take longer to heal and can cause scarring. Do not ever scrub your face harshly with any type of wash cloth/towel. To remove makeup use a microfibre cloth gently. Blotting papers for oily T-zone are very helpful.


  • Dull Complexion

  • White powder look

  • Dead Skin Cells/Rough Scaly

  • Red Patches

  • Premature Wrinkling

  • Dry skin may be caused by hormones or aging. Wind either from heat or cold can dry out your skin. Indoor heating, tanning beds, hot baths, and showers all play a part in drying out your skin.

  • Redness, Itching, Burning, and Dry skin are all conditions of Sensitive Skin. 

  • Broken Capillaries/Rosacea are considered a Sensitive Condition as well. Certain triggers can cause rosacea to flare up. Sun and wrong skincare products can lead to “flushing” of the skin making skin feel stinging, burn, or itchy. Triggers such as sunlight, hair products, heat, stress alcohol, and spicy foods can differ for each person. Prescription or Medical Grade Skin Care products may be necessary for extreme cases.

  • The biggest misconception is that oily skin is connected to acne-prone skin. This is not always the case. Acne is said to be the most common skin condition in this day and age. However, it is usually presumed that acne is due to oily skin. But it is a fact all skin types from dry to oily can develop acne. 

  • Acne occurs when the sebaceous follicles of the skin become clogged with a buildup of sebum, oil, and debris. Natural bacteria multiply rapidly and cause inflammation and irritation. It is important to treat acne according to your skin type. Salicylic Acid and Benzoyl Peroxide are 2 ingredients that can safely and effectively manage acne. Hormones and stress are also contributors to acne prone skin.

  • As we age the skin shows signs of losing elasticity and becomes thinner. This is a normal change but there are treatments and products to keep skin looking youthful. The aging process will differ based on genetics and environment, skin maturing can happen any time after 25!!

  • As collagen and sebum production slows down you are more at risk for dehydration. Dehydration is the most common cause of premature wrinkling. Drink your water diligently. Hydrate from the inside out.

  • Hyperpigmentation or dark/age spots also appear due to UV damage. Lack of sleep, stress, lack of exercise, tobacco, alcohol, and certain medication can play a role in DNA damage and aged skin.

  • Antioxidants like Vitamin C and Ferulic Acid, Retinoids, Growth Factors from human, animal, or plant cells, Peptides, Hyaluronic Acid are some of the best anti-aging ingredients.

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