ALASKA FIREWEED w/silk
A beautiful wild flower, growing in Alaska and elsewhere, from dwarf size to 4-5" tall. This plant has blossoms beginning about 1/3rd of the way up the stem, flowers opening at the bottom and moving up to the top of the plant. After the blossoming, the seed pods burst into a cloud of white fluffy foam which the winds blow about like dandelion seeds. The stem and leaves of the plant then turn a deep red. Called "Fireweed" because they are the first plant to come up folowing a wildfire .
The silk makes soap more luxurious, while the extracts of silk are absorbed into the skin, allowing antioxidants and amino acids to help renew cells, promote cell regeneration and condition the skin for improved elasticity.