Chaparral (Larrea tridentata) is a shrub with woody stems, rigid leaves, and small yellow flowers that grows in the regions of California and Mexico. This plant is part of a larger plant formation with the same name - chaparral. The leaves of chaparral are used as a herbal remedy. They contain components with strong antioxidant properties. For Native Americans, these leaves were a wonderful antidote for various issues. They were widely used externally in these regions, applied as poultices for snake bites, burns, cramps, swelling, and wounds. Chaparral is still recognized as a herbal remedy in Mexico. In our regions, it is used as a skincare product. It helps reduce breakouts, promotes wound healing, and ensures a fresh and healthy appearance of the skin. Infusions made from the leaves can be used for face and body wash, but this ingredient also works well in regenerative baths, compresses, or as an additive in homemade cosmetics such as lotions, ointments, and creams.
Product intended for external use only.
- Supports skin regeneration.
- Soothes breakouts, swelling, burns, and other external irritations.
- Supports the body's anti-inflammatory processes within the skin.
100% Chaparral leaf.
Highest quality product!
Country of origin: Mexico.
Prepare an infusion using 2 tablespoons of leaves per cup of water. Use for poultices or as an ingredient in creams.
Infuse 50g of herbs in 200ml of oil and let it sit in a dark place for 2 weeks. Apply to the skin.
Mix the powder with water to obtain a homogeneous mixture. Apply as a face mask or skin compress.
Product for external use only.
Keep out of reach of children!
Store in a dry and cool place.
Protect from direct sunlight.
Not recommended for use during pregnancy or lactation.