Food for your skin
From our Founder
Today as I gazed out into our garden, I saw numerous honey bees pollenating on freshly bloomed flowers. It’s easy to be reminded of the symbiotic cord and connection we have with nature. Just as the bee needs unadulterated, fresh flowers to survive, we need the same sustenance from our food and water to thrive. What we put in our body is a direct correlation with our overall energetic profile.
The frequency of a strawberry filled with pesticides and that of one grown biodynamically is vastly different in vibrational measurement and, therefore, nutritional uptake. This similarity with what we feed our skin topically is no different. There has been a disconnect for years with what goes on our largest and most protective organ – our skin. But in truth, the skin is our armor against environmental degradation, as well as our visible indicator of internal unrest or imbalance.
The energetic and vibrational resonance should be as present in topical skin preparations as in the foods we eat. Feeding the skin externally by understanding the union between the body’s systems is integral in formulating any skin care preparation.
The symbiotic resonance and uptake of nutrients can only be had without the presence of inert materials. It is a given in any formula that the raw materials are not only Organic and/ or Biodynamic, but that they are processed close to harvest and stored sustainably
, therefore creating energetic formulations from Seed to Bottle
. Creating energetic preparations that feed and deliver vital nutrients to the skin will then holistically correct, protect, and rejuvenate, giving your skin the longevity it requires for youthful healthy results. My vision 30 years ago and today has not changed. My intention was and is to create vibrational, energetic formulas that are holistically beneficial for the skin with continued use and are blessed with abundant life. From my Heart to yours, Julia Faller Founder /Formulator Benedetta – Farm-Sourced Skin Nutrients
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