Thyme Leaf Whole
INCI (Thymus vulgaris). Although thyme is typically known for its use as a spice in some food, thyme has been used since early times as a topical antibiotic and anti-fungal agent in cosmetics and soap.
Country of Origin: Spain
Uses in Cosmetics, Soap, Ect.
1. Thyme leaf can be used as a decorative in soap and other cosmetic products.
2. Thyme can be used in scrubs for its antibiotic and antifungal properties
3. Thyme can be used lotions, creams, and ointments.
4. Thyme leaf can be used in facial masks
5. Thyme can be used shampoo and conditioner formulas.
6. Thyme can be used in facial toner recipes
7. Thyme leaves can be added to bath bomb recipes.
8. Thyme can be infused in massage oils
9. Thyme can be used in bath tea recipes
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