Beautifully unique custom-made Butterfly Bracelets! Multicolored beads, representing the vibrant, colorful array of nature's botanicals, are joined together by a gold butterfly bead symbolizing the vital role butterflies play in the botanical cycle of flowers, which are essential to the La Chemie botanical skincare line.
Butterfly Bracelet of the Month: Daisy
June's Butterfly Bracelet is the Daisy. This cheery flower is appreciated for its simple beauty, and conveys purity, love, and simplicity.
Daisies are lovely to look at, and they are also beneficial for your skin. These colorful little flowers have a high content of flavonoids, saponins, polyphenols, and polysaccharides. Because of this, daisy extract is often used in natural skincare formulations to balance skin tone and brighten skin.
Daisy leaves are a common addition to salads, and some drink daisy tea to treat coughs, bronchitis, and inflammation.
Click below to purchase your Daisy Butterfly Bracelet; a gift of all-natural, botanical La Chemie skincare is included with every purchase.
*In the Special Instructions box just type "Daisy"
Show your support for botanicals and butterflies by wearing a charming custom-made Butterfly Bracelet. Ten percent of profits will be donated to the Save Our Monarchs Foundation.
"The butterfly is a flying flower; the flower a tethered butterfly."
- P. Lebrun
Why Support the Save Our Monarchs Foundation?
The Monarch butterfly numbers are down 90 percent of what they were in 1992. And the milkweed plant population, which is indispensable to the Monarch, is also down 90 percent.
Milkweed plants are the only source of food for the Monarchs. But these plants are rapidly disappearing, due to the loss of habitat stemming from land development and the widespread spraying of weed killer on the fields where they live. Monarchs, and other butterflies are important pollinators and essential to our ecosystem.
You can help the Monarch population recover. The Save Our Monarchs Foundation is solely dedicated to saving the Monarch butterfly by planting more milkweed to provide the food they need to survive and thrive.