Phytology skin balms are made using high-grade almond oil (EU) infused with a variety of English medicinal herbs, including Chamomile, Ribwort Plantain, Yarrow, and Marshmallow. Our herbs are grown in chemical-free soil at the Phytology medicinal garden in Bethnal Green, East London.
Phytology balms are especially suitable for those who need extra safety while caring for their skins, such as pregnant or breast-feeding mothers, small children, and babies.
Phytology is an artist-run social enterprise, with profits reinvested into the ongoing care of the medicinal garden as a community asset.
60ml = £20.00 (+ postage).
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- Yarrow (Phytology) – promotes blood circulation
- Ribwort Plantain (Phytology) – antimicrobial
- Marshmallow (Phytology) – hydrating
- Chamomile (Phytology) – anti-inflammatory
- Almond oil (Spain)
- Beeswax (Hackney City Farm, East London)
- Shea Butter (Shea Yeleen International)
- Lavender essential oil (Hitchin Lavender, Kent)
Established in 2013, Phytology is an artist and community led project exploring the use, value, resilience, and function of wildness within urban ecosystems. Located within the Bethnal Green Nature Reserve, Phytology is part physic garden; part cultural institute; part urban wilderness; and a platform for collaboration between artists, scientists, and a wide variety of community groups.
Established in 2005, Shea Yeleen International is a social enterprise dedicated to empowering women in West Africa and the United States through the production, sale, and use of shea butter products.
Hitchin Lavender is a lavender farm close to London. It comprises of around 25 miles of lavender rows which the public can walk through and harvest their own fresh flowers for personal use.
Chemical-free, cruelty-free, palm oil-free, 100% biodegradable and recyclable packaging!