Flower Guide

Best Blooms for Beauty

December 24, 2017

The power of flowers is undeniable. We use them to make someone’s day better, to show our love and appreciation, to bring warmth into our home, in our kitchen and our favourite meals and drinks and in beauty as well. If you’re a beauty junkie and want to update your beauty routine, we suggest you utilise the flower power and blooms that are going to make a huge difference in your beauty routine.

Below you will find flowers that are going to sizzle up your beauty routine.



This vibrant flowers is packed with carotenoids and works wonders as a skin toner. You can mix in these beautiful petals with honey or milk, and make yourself an all-natural facial mask. Marigold is also known as a remedy for treating skin infections, acne and rashes. Some use it as an anti-aging cream, because it enhances the production of collagen, and helps with those pesky wrinkles and lines.



A bloom with the most tantalising fragrance is also used in the beauty world to achieve that coveted glow. If you’re stressed out because of dry skin, jasmine will work wonders for you, unlike over-the-counter products that can sometimes make dry skin even worse. Just like marigold Jasmine can be a powerful assistant in your battle with wrinkles, especially if you combine it with coconut oil.



Ah, roses. There’s nothing roses can’t do, right? Rose petals can be used with honey as a natural lip treatment, if you want that hydrated, rosy look on your lips, but it also works well as a natural skin toner. Rose petals contain powerful natural oils that work great as moisturiser, since it can lock in the moisture our skin needs to stay fresh, hydrated and bright. Depending on what you combine it with, it can be used as a face mask, a moisturiser, a toner, an exfoliator and so much more.



If you’re a fan of making your skin brighter and lighter, lavender is going to be the bloom for you. You’ll find numerous DIYs online for Lavender water, which everyone raves about because it’s great for skin that’s prone to breakouts and inflammation. Don’t jump for supermarket products, and try this natural elixir to soothe and brighten your skin.



When we say that Hibiscus is often referred to as the ‘Botox plant’, I’m sure you’ll be grabbing your wallet and hitting the store for some fresh hibiscus. This beautiful flower has the power to boost the elasticity of your skin, giving you that young look without any needles. It’s also rich in antioxidants, works wonders for your complexion and gives you one mean boost of moisture.


The world of blooms is known for its role in the beauty world, and if you still haven’t tried using flowers in your beauty, it’s about time you try.

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