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DayBreak Lavender Farm


Fanfares! Trumpets please ... Ta daa!! chamomile, calendula, comfrey

Since 2002, DayBreak has been doing something very special for skin health and tone that NO ONE else does! In the creation of every single one of our products, we only use oils that have steeped for 6 weeks - that would be 42 days, 1008 hours, 60,480 seconds -- in our exclusive, proprietary organic herbal and botanical blend of
• Comfrey Leaf & Bark
• Calendula Petal
• Chamomile Flower

We call it 3C Tea: Calendula, Comfrey & Chamomile Triple Infusion. We've been doing it since 2002 and you need to know about it because each of those botanicals benefits your skin in unique, significant and myriad ways. Different properties and potencies reside in the bark, root, leaf or flower of any given botanical or herb. So not only does DayBreak stand for "Exquisite ingredients lavishly used" we are just as passionate about "Exquisite ingredients carefully purchased!" Check it out!

Calming Chamomile Flowers, Whole
We grow much of our own Chamomile, and we only use whole flowers. Absolutely no stems. Botanically known as- Matricaria recutita Chamomile was used a medicine by the Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans. Its name derives from the Greek chamos (ground) and melos (apple), referring to its creeping habit and the apple scent of fresh blossoms. Extensive research has confirmed the plant's calming, puffiness reducing, bruise-healing and wound-healing abilities.

Collagen-Making Calendula Petals
With Calendula, the magic is is the petals, so that's what we buy. Exclusively!! The calendula is an annual flower -you may have some in your garden, it's an easy annual in Ohio -- native to the northern Mediterranean countries. Its name refers to its tendency to bloom with the calendar, usually once a month or every new moon. Calendula was originally used as food rather than as an herb. It adds flavor and color to cereals, rice, and soups. The petals' natural antibacterial, immunostimulant, anti-scarring and natural collagen-making properties make it a superb addition to all our natural skin care.

Cell-building Comfrey Leaf & Root
Officially called Symphytum Officianale Comfrey contains allantoin, which promotes the growth of connective tissue, bone, and cartilage. Besides the cellular booster that is Allantoin, Comfrey Leaf is composed of a multitude of healing substances including calcium, tannins, mucilage and vitamins A, C, and B12. And when I buy Comfrey for our 3C Tea, I buy both leaves and roots because there are different constituents in each and I want it ALL for your skin!!

Thanks to our 3C Tea: Comfrey, Chamomile & Calendula Triple Infusion, DayBreak skin and body care soaps, lotions and creams do more for you than any other products. Anywhere. Anytime. Every time you wash your hands with a DayBreak soap, they're getting a skin-loving dose of of Comfrey, Calendula and Chamomile. Every application of 8-Hour Hydration Perfection or Rhassoul bar or cream ... all that skin-loving herbal and botanical kindness goes to work along with all the other goodness built into every formula. It's an extra wallop of good skin health direct from Mother Nature. And your skin says "Thank you!"

It's how we walk the talk of "Exquisite Ingredients Lavishly Used!"
Now how cool is that?
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