Garbage Hill Farm

Kale and Chamomile Clay Mask


Rich with Vitamins K, A, and C and loaded with antioxidants and phytonutrients, kale is good for reducing wrinkles, evening out skin tone, and detoxifying pores. I also include chamomile in this bentonite clay based mask because the polyphenols and phytochemicals in chamomile are able to rev up cell regeneration, and help protect skin from sun damage. This single serving kale and chamomile clay mask is a simple way to produce that healthy skin glow and recharge your skin. Just add water to your desired consistency.

More About Garbage Hill Farm:  

Garbage Hill Farm (GHF) is a city farm located in Chicago and run by artist, writer, radical community organizer and "farmer of sorts," Jen Delos Reyes. GHF is committed to organic regenerative farming practices, closed loop production, and the elimination of single use plastics in distribution. GHF grows food for CSAA members, neighbors, community pantries, and make household cleaners and beauty products.

Garbage Hill Farm is located at SIDE by SIDE, a future residency for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) arts and culture leaders and artists to rest and rejuvenate. The farm’s CSAA (Community Supported Art/Agriculture program) and product sales is what helps provide the funding to support the artist residency. The farm is home to chickens, birds, chihuahuas Mei-Mei and MoMo, and twin goats, Bucky and G.O.A.T.

*Seven Sisters Certified, Organic Regenerative Farming, Sustainable Practices, Responsibly Sourced Organic Ingredients, Conscious Packaging, Woman Owned, BIPOC Owned, Made onsite at GHF in Chicago, IL 

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