It’s that time of year again – when we wrap up the last twelve months in a shiny bow and declare which natural beauty recipes were our (and your) favorites of all. The following recipes were our most popular that we shared this year. We can’t wait to get started on a year full of incredible recipes for 2020.
To help make 2020 our best year ever, we would love for you to take a moment and fill out our annual reader survey. It should just take a few minutes, but your insight and opinions will help us shape the content we craft in the coming year. What kind of products do you want to make? Which ingredients do you want to learn more about? Fill out our 2019 Reader Survey to let us know!
Our Best Recipes of 2019
So what were our readers loving in 2019? You were loving the scents of jasmine, palo santo, and mint. Our Peruvian Essential Oils were a huge hit with blog readers. In fact, they were included in nearly half of they year’s most popular recipes. As for the most popular kinds of formulations, anything that included shimmering mineral powders was a big hit. Cosmetic highlighters and shimmering body butters were among the top ten along with deep cleansing recipes such as our oil cleansing balm and Dead Sea mud and palo Santo mask.
The themes we noticed overall were those of wellness, sustainability, and social consciousness. It seems that consumers are becoming more and more savvy when it comes to where their cosmetics come from, who they are made by, and how they affect the environment and the people who produce them. These are values that we treasure here at From Nature With Love, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to see them gaining attention.
If values such as sustainability and environmentalism are an important part of your business’s brand and product story, then you are in good company. We love working with artisans who go the extra mile by seeking out the best ingredients possible. Have questions about one of our products? You can reach out to our customer care team anytime to ask about where an ingredient was sourced, how it was produced, or to find out anything else that might by sparking your curiosity.