Celebrating 25 Years with The Herb Farm

The Herb Farm – handcrafting 100% natural skincare & healthcare products for quarter of a century.

Founded in 1993 by Herbalist Lynn Kirkland, The Herb Farm’s products have become renown for their quality and effectiveness. The Herb Farm team are passionate about creating the best truly natural products to help their customers achieve confidence, beauty and wellbeing, naturally.

The Herb Farm’s natural products are lovingly created at their Destination in the Manawatu, nestled amongst beautiful trees and two acres of themed gardens. You are very welcome to visit the Herb Farm and enjoy an on-site café, a retail shop, hands-on workshops and more.

The on-site Herb Farm gardens provide the organically grown herbs which are used to create the powerful herbal extracts which impart their special properties to The Herb Farm products.

Win a set of all natural Herb Farm Skincare!

Enter to win a set of Herb Farm skincare including a Cleanser, Exfoliating Powder, Toning Mist and Face Cream for your skin type to the value of $124.60! (Excludes the Lasting Beauty range, skin types are Oily/combo, Normal including sensitive, and Dry).)

To enter just comment below this post with your favourite herb farm herb!

The Herb Farm’s favourite 6 herbs

Thyme

Antiseptic, healing & balancing.

Used in the Oily & Combination Skincare Ranges.

We love the amazing antiseptic scent released from the tiny leaves when they are pressed between your fingers.

Calendula

Softening, soothing & healing.

Used in Calendula Cream, Soothing Baby Bot Bot Cream, Hair Care and Cleansers.

We love how silky soft the calendula petals are.

Comfrey

Antiseptic, healing and balancing.

Used in the Comfrey Cream, Soothe & Heal Cream, Regenerating Mens Moisturiser, Light Jojoba Face Cream.

We love seeing the powerful growth after winter’s dormancy showing its strength and vibrancy.

Elderberries

High in bioflavonoids and antioxidants to defend your skin against stress, pollution and environmental changes.

Used in Radiance Boost Facial Serum.

We love the gorgeous deep purple hue on the berries when they are hanging ready to harvest.

Gotu Kola

Supports the skin’s collagen production, promotes youthful skin.

Used in the Renewal Advance Facial Serum, Rejuvenating Eye Gel, Rejuvenating Facial Mist.

We love the incredible connecting root system underground linking all the nutritious and healing leaves above ground.

Echinacea

Boosts the immune system, helps with cell regeneration and minimizing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles..

Used in the Echinacea Cream, Echinacea & Blackcurrant Radiant Face Cream, Deodorants, Soothe & Heal Cream.

We love the fantastic flowers attracting bees and butterflies in summer and autumn.

Find out more about The Herb Farm ethos

286 thoughts on “Celebrating 25 Years with The Herb Farm

  1. Michelle Livingston says:

    Thyme is my favourite herb. I just absolutely love the smell of Thyme. I have some growing at home and use it when cooking dishes for dinner.

  2. Jessica Read-Bloomfield says:

    They are all fab… but I use thyme most.
    From cooking to amazing detox baths it’s an everyday staple in our house

  3. Kate Oatway says:

    I love elderberries! Im not great at dealing with stress and so I love that these little guys help your skin to look and feel its best!

  4. sheelaz says:

    It has to be both the Calendula and Echinacea – absolutely amazing herb rich in wonderful healing properties.

  5. Abby says:

    Elderberries, with Echinacea a close second (anything that helps minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles is a win in my books!)

  6. Marg Crosswell says:

    mine are Calendula and Echinacea I use both and they are amazing!! (I couldn’t just put one)
    amzing healing properties.

  7. Marg Crosswell says:

    mine are Calendula and Echinacea I use both and they are amazing!! (I couldn’t just put one)
    amazing healing properties.

  8. Gwyneth says:

    Thyme! Such a great herb, reminds me of my childhood in central otago and has amazing GI benefits and antiseptic properties plus being great to cut oil. And comfrey is a second favourite because it is so common yet not widely known but wow is it a potent wee plant for health.

  9. Ingrid Miller says:

    Calendula has always been a favourite!
    I love its healing properties as well as its vibrant colour in the garden.

  10. Leigh-Anne Spencer says:

    Echinacea because of its powerful healing abilities and anything to delay skin ageing has got to be a good thing.

  11. Sue says:

    Elderberries – in today’s polluted environment, Elderberries’ antioxidants are our saviour in combating environmental damage to our skin!

  12. Rata says:

    Thyme for sure- love your serum and hand cream also the new branding is so lovely👌🏼 Very classy and not too green 💚

  13. Maree says:

    Without a doubt Calendula. Not only is it healing, it lights up ay garden, dish or vase with it’s incredible, unabashed golden fire! So special.

  14. Olivia Jarosz says:

    Echinacea for sure! I have been taking this as an oral supplement for years whenever I get sick and would love to try it topically for skin care’

  15. jords90 says:

    Comfrey is my favourite. It’s useful as an anti-inflammatory on the skin. It is also a source of allantoin, which I often use in skincare as an emollient and skin softener.

  16. Gabrielle says:

    I’m such a sucker for thyme – add to lemon and honey drinks in winter for extra immunity boost

  17. Sandy says:

    For me it has to be Echinacea…it has been one of the healing herbs that has helped bring life back to my tired, exhausted and stressed body. It also looks soo vibrant and full of colour in the garden. (I know it says ‘one’ but there are soo many favourites…Calendula is soo healing on my skin, soo pretty in the garden and a yummy addition to salads too)

  18. Bekiblue says:

    Elderberries are just wonderful. I would love to try some more Herb Farm products – thank you so much.

  19. Holly Jamieson says:

    I love Elderberries – they’re high in bioflavonoids and antioxidants to defend my skin!! 🙂

  20. Cat says:

    Comfrey! Has the most amazing healing abilities, and I haven’t had to deal with eczema anywhere near what I used to since using their healing creams with this ingredient!

  21. Rebecca McBride -Harding says:

    Elderberries! Has fantastic anti-viral abilities and my family LOVE the taste of it😇

  22. Lillian Kidd says:

    My fave has to be echinacea- can’t go wrong with something that acts to boost the immune system and helps with skin regeneration!!

  23. Kama Winters says:

    It Has to be: “Gotu Kola” anything that promotes youthful skin is number 1 in my book!💋

  24. Donna says:

    Gotu Kola. I’d never heard of it until I purchased Herb Farm products that contain it and they are pretty special.

  25. Ros Newson says:

    Calendula- I find so soothing and calming 🙂 Happy Birthday Herb Farm – such a fan of their exfoliaters – would highly recommend!

  26. Annie Thurlow says:

    Love Thyme! We just recently started growing it in our garden and loving using it for everything!

  27. Marlene says:

    Mine has always been Thyme. My mum of 76yrs got me onto it when I was 18. And now I have passed it onto my grown kids.

  28. Holly S says:

    Calendula is my favourite! It’s amazing how it reduces redness and calms irritations so quickly! I once used it on some insect bites and it soothed them right away

  29. Ruth Trethewey says:

    Echinacea – I have an autoimmune condition so any herb that helps to boost my immune system gets my endorsement.

  30. Bonnie tyler says:

    I have all the time in the world for thyme!
    The flower, the leaves, and the oil are all wonderful for us and thyme can pretty much help with any stomach troubles. We always have some growing, just in case.

  31. Linda Lawson says:

    Comfrey, the bees love the flowers and the leaves are great for the garden, a great herb to grow.

  32. corrinne chapman says:

    I have recently been recommended the herb farm products for my acne prone skin (at 27years old!) And since using them I have noticed huge changes! My favourite herb is echinacea for its immune defence but I also love how calendula is so soothing.

  33. Jenny says:

    Calendula! Very soothing and love the beautiful flowers. Herb Farm products are among my favourite 🙂

  34. Katie says:

    I have recently discovered Herb Farm face products, I have been using the deodorant for quite some time. It’s a great range! I like the calming properties of calendula on my sensitive skin 😊

  35. Sheryl Worthinton says:

    I’m going with Echinacea – such a beautiful flower and beautiful properties. Although Gotu Kola is a close second!

  36. Richard says:

    My partner loves the comfrey for its healing properties. I will try and win for her Mother’s Day 👍🏾

  37. debbie says:

    really love Echinacea. such a wonderful thing and I make Echinacea tea for a cold with honey so yum and it seems to help

  38. Cate Wellington says:

    I love Calendula flowers (and the calendula cream is a fantastic cure-all) but Thyme would have to be my favourite scent.

  39. Emilee Alexander says:

    I love and use all of these in various ways, except for the gotu kola! Never heard of that one! But thank you for teaching me something new today, I have admired Herb Farm for years and congratulate them on a quarter century!!

  40. Paullyn says:

    Definitely faving the Thyme, too! Not just something to put into food but also good for my combination skin.

  41. Rhiannon Mitchell says:

    Calendula!! I have always loved how the properties change with how its prepared, such as herbal and homeopathic!

  42. Angela Hankins says:

    I love Gotu Kola because it has a cool name and I could really use some anti aging help right now!

  43. Dee JT says:

    Elderberries are my favourite organic ingredient as used within the Radiance Boost Facial Serum due to its youthful property of reducing stress as derived from natural antioxidants.

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