USDA Organic Skincare To Honor Your Most Beautiful, Authentic Self

Nature has the unique ability to ground and connect us to what is real. Oftentimes, it is through this connection that our most beautiful and authentic self is found. We strive to honor this relationship between self and nature by creating organic skincare products that are formulated to delicately nourish the skin while maintaining the purity of nature within them.

Journal

MJN Stickers are here =)

Feb 24, 2021

New Misha Jo Naturals stickers just came in so if you are interested in getting some just request how many you want in your next order and I’ll put some in your package. Thanks for your love and support! =)

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Swedish Cardamom Buns

Jan 31, 2021

Oh Cardamom…is there any spice better? There are lots of spices out there, but few come close to cardamom, in my book. I have used cardamom in my skincare products before because of its skin healing benefits and grounding fragrance; however, the cardamom flavor is what makes these buns over the top good! Interestingly, cardamom […]

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Benefits of Yin Yoga

Jan 15, 2021

Of the years that I have been practicing yoga, the style that has seemed to resonate with me most is Yin.  I’ve developed a deep appreciation for this practice due to the physical benefits I have seen stem from it.  When I was first introduced to Yin, I remember thinking “How hard can stretching be?” Once I […]

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Bee Pollen-Benefits + Recipe

Jan 9, 2021

Bee pollen is a natural product that I have been hearing of for awhile, but that I haven’t begun using until recently.  Essentially, bee pollen is made by young, baby bees.  It is a combination of nectar, honey, pollen and saliva.  It is created when the young bees land on flowers.  The bees carry these pollen balls back to […]

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Mint for the Skin

Oct 11, 2020

Mint is such a versatile plant that can be used in cooking, baking, tea making, and even skincare!  I first began experimenting with mint for skincare when I was gifted a little garden mint plant years back.  I still have the same plant to this day and I have used it in so many different ways.   One […]

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Blueberry Lemon Marmalade

Sep 20, 2020

I like to make this recipe right before Autumn begins when the blueberries have come to their peak. This recipe is a nice amalgamation of blueberries and citrus–lemons and oranges. You can substitute the orange for all lemon or keep the oranges in for a more balanced flavor. Blueberries have wonderful benefits for the skin, […]

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Flower Drying

Sep 11, 2020

When you want to incorporate dried flowers or any botanical in skincare products, it’s essential that they be dried sufficiently to eliminate water content so as to prevent any fungus or bacteria from growing in your skincare creation.  This specifically applies in regards to recipes where there is an oil content.  Oil and water generally do not […]

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Botanical Book Recommendations

Aug 23, 2020

One of my favorite past-times is finding unique books about plants and flowers.  Here are some of my latest finds: “Weeds and Wildflowers”, which is a compilation of poems by Alice Oswald and botanical etchings by Jessica Greenman.  This book is beautifully bound and filled with lovely poems about some enchanting botanicals. “In Pursuit of Plants” by […]

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Lemon Balm–A Healing Herb

Aug 10, 2020

If you are thinking of starting a little herb garden lemon balm is one to include.  It’s truly a healing herb.  It’s most commonly found in herbal bedtime/calming teas, but it can also be applied to the skin.  As it is antibacterial and anti-inflammatory, it is great for cleansing pores and alleviating redness of the skin.  Lemon balm grows […]

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