Miiko Skin Co products are made from whole, real ingredients good enough to bake a cake with and we're here to show you how! This Chocolate Orange Cake with Drizzle is gluten and dairy free... and SO delicious! This recipe is perfect for Thanksgiving dinner or for whatever plans you have this holiday weekend!
A delicious carrot cake recipe inspired by ingredients from our skincare products. We use whole organic ingredients - our motto is, if it's good enough to eat, it's good enough to put on our face!
This crispy chickpea, sweet potato, kale bowl with garlic tahini dressing will leave you feeling nourished and full. This recipe is gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan. Eating whole foods with soluble and insoluble fiber supports healthy bowel movements which is an essential piece to healthy skin.
Making your own soap can be an enriching experience!
This recipe will not produce one of the elaborate artisan soaps you see at the markets. This soap bar is from Mommypotamus.com and is more of a starting point for you to get the feel for basic soap making. Once you make a simple soap bar you can start to look at fancier recipes like these from Nerdy Farm Wife!
Making your own body butter could be considered your gateway product into do-it-yourself skin care because it reveals how simple it can be to make extremely high-quality products.
This recipe is a simple recipe adapted from Wellness Mama (a great blog for getting started on making your own household products).
A home-made natural lip balm is a really great place to start if you are interested in making your own skincare. It is simple, affordable, and easily adaptable once you get a sense of what scent and consistency you like to experience in your lip balm.This recipe is a simple recipe adapted from Wellness Mama (a great blog for getting started on making your own household products).
This is a guest blog post from our in-house herbalist Avery from Mindful Medicine. Turmeric is a supportive herb for your liver which in turn is beneficial for your skin because the liver and the skin are both excretory organs. We want to support elimination through our digestive system by supporting the liver to avoid toxic build-up in the bloodstream. Excess toxins in the body can cause breakouts and discoloration of the skin. Read more about internal health and skin complexion here.