Lady's Mantle is a perennial herb found in Europe, North America, and Asia.
Used for its healing effects in Skin Care products as it is said to soothe dry and sensitive skin
Good for chapped and broken skin on the hands and feet
n addition, it has an astringent effect on the skin and protects newly formed elastin fibres, elastin is required for skin elasticity, and is a protein in the skin, which together with collagen and glycosaminoglycans, makes up the connective tissue
Its astringent properties also make it effective for treating skin with large pores
Can be used on sores (including those on the scalp), and inflamed skin
Which products to use it in
Whole Body and Foot Baths
Facial Steam Baths
Face Toners, Cleansing Creams and Lotions
Water or oil-soluble?
Can I add it to ready-made products?
Storage and Shelf Life
2-3 years. Store in the dark and keep dry
Lady’s Mantle is effective to use in creams, lotions and baths as it soothes itchy skin
Combine then with chickweed as it has an outstanding effect against itchy skin
Use an infusion of Lady’s Mantle in foot and hand creams for chapped and broken skin and then mix with calendula flowers
For anti-wrinkle products combine Lady’s Mantle with a Horsetail decoction and an infusion of Comfrey leaves
Good in products for large pores then combine it with vegetable oils high in Omega 6 and 3 and in Witch Hazel products