There was a "weed" growing in my back yard that for several years I hacked at it trying to kill it out. Yet it kept coming back. It was growing in from my neighbors yard and unless she removed it I was doomed to have it forever. I decided to find out what it was and discovered it was comfrey. 

Then I began my business and discovered how useful comfrey and another weed that grows in my yard and elsewhere nearby truly are to skin care.  

Comfrey and Plantain are two of the most popular ingredients used in skin care and soap making. Comfrey is an herb that contains allantoin, a compound known for its anti-inflammatory and skin healing properties. Plantain is a natural astringent that can help remove excess oils and dirt from the skin.

Comfrey is often used to soothe and heal dry, damaged, or irritated skin. It can also be used to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and age spots. Plantain can be used as a natural exfoliator to help remove dead skin cells and leave skin looking brighter and smoother.

Comfrey and plantain can be used together to create a gentle and effective soap. The combination of these two ingredients can provide a deep cleanse while still being gentle enough for sensitive skin. Many soaps made with comfrey and plantain also contain other natural ingredients like honey, shea butter, and aloe vera, which can provide additional moisturizing and healing benefits.

Comfrey and plantain can also be used in other types of skin care products, such as lotions, creams, and balms. These two ingredients can help to soothe and heal dry, irritated skin, as well as reduce the appearance of wrinkles and age spots. They can also help to reduce inflammation and redness, and provide additional hydration.

Comfrey and plantain are two of the most popular ingredients used in skin care and soap making. Their healing and moisturizing properties make them an ideal choice for those looking for a gentle and natural way to improve their skin. 

So now I take care of my "weeds" and even harvest them. Sometimes you just have to understand what you are dealing with before you decide it is your enemy.