With all of the amazing ingredients in the all natural skin care marketplace there is one that we rarely hear about but is quite possibly the most important ingredient in All Natural Skin Care.
Our hands and feet are among the hardest working body parts and are often the most neglected. Taking care of hands and feet will keep them looking their best and healthiest.
Maintaining a healthy glow all summer long is easy with the right tools and a workable system. Check out or best Apres-Sun tips in this Brown Barn Blog.
Spring is here, and that means its time to think about showing off glowing arms and legs. We've rounded up some of our favorite Brown Barn Skin Care tips for keeping skin smooth and hydrated and ready for Summer fun.
Instead of eliminating the use of the term Natural Skin Care from our marketing vocabulary, we need a definition and standard for what Natural Skin Care means so that it cannot and will not be lost in a sea of biochemical derivatives and ambiguous ad campaigns.
One question many customers ask is how Brown Barn Botanicals arrives at its product prices. We believe in being open and honest in the information we provide our customers. Because of this, I wanted to dedicate a blog to address the question of how Brown Barn arrives at its prices.
Environmental stress, hair products, brushing, and chemical based shampoos can leave hair dull and your scalp stressed. Applying oil to hair and scalp can help repair dry, over-processed hair and flaking scalp issues. Oil can also make hair stronger, softer and shinier. Brown Barn Botanicals Body Oil has a variety of uses and benefits, one of… Continue reading Oiling Your Hair
Get our best gift giving recommendations for a 2017 "Green" Christmas at Brown Barn Botanicals.
With easy access to shared online recipes and the ability to order contract manufactured bases, it's truly the "Wild Wild West" for Craft Cosmetics. Learn what to look for to protect yourself when purchasing.
What is Vertically Integrated Skincare? Brown Barn produces at least some of its own ingredients, manufactures its own products including bottling and labeling, and then goes on to brand, market, and distribute their products. As much happens "in house" as possible. Learn more in this Brown Barn blog.