Weiß-pinke und lila Malvenblüten mit grünen Blättern auf dunklem Hintergrund

Organic mallow – a gentle, floral protector 


This flower is a treat for the eye: with its evenly arranged, delicately patterned flowers and its intense feminine colours, wild mallow is a real natural beauty in the lavera plant world.

Rosafarbene Malvenblüten und grünem Hintergrund in Nahaufnahme
Rosafarbene Malvenblüten und grünem Hintergrund in Nahaufnahme
INCI name: Malva Sylvestris (Mallow) Flower Extract
 
 Typical cultivation area: Europe 

 Talent: as a natural stress reliever for tired skin

Mallow – a king among healing plants 

As a medicinal plant, this flower already has a long success story – and it isn’t likely to end anytime soon! Here at lavera Naturkosmetik, we also rely on the wonderfully caring properties of these beautiful flowers, and use their high-quality extracts in our very own organic flower butter alongside other ingredients.

Organic flower power for natural skin care

Wild mallow (Malva sylvestris) belongs to the mallow family. The plant can reach a height of up to 1.4 m, and blooms from May to September.

It was cultivated for centuries in monastery gardens as a medicinal plant and its healing effects for ailments such as respiratory diseases, insect bites and inflammation of the mouth and throat quickly became known. It grows best in sunny places with dry, nutrient-rich soils (e.g. on the edges of fields, embankments or fallow land).

Malvenpflanze mit rosa Malvenblüten auf weißem Hintergrund

Its extracts can sooth and calm stressed skin.

Weiß-pinke und lila Malvenblüten mit grünen Blättern auf dunklem Hintergrund

Organic flower power for natural skincare

The organic mallow extract we use here at lavera Naturkosmetik is perfect for offering relief to stressed skin.

Organic mallow in our products

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