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Arrowroot Powder | Organic


In the lush tropics, beneath the green canopy and surrounded by the song of vibrant life, grows the arrowroot plant. A gift from these vibrant forests, arrowroot powder is derived from the rootstocks of this perennial herb.

Unlike other starches, it boasts a lighter texture, making it a darling in natural beauty and culinary realms. In beauty care, it's favored for its silky feel and ability to absorb excess oil without drying the skin.

DIY Product Uses & Recipes:

Natural Dry Shampoo: Revive greasy hair by mixing arrowroot with cocoa powder (for dark hair) or essential oil (for scent). Sprinkle on roots, wait, and brush out.

Body Powder & Deodorant: Create a natural, talc-free body powder by mixing arrowroot, kaolin clay, and a drop of lavender essential oil.

Makeup Setting Powder: Combine arrowroot with a pinch of mica powder for a translucent setting powder. Natural Stain Remover: For greasy stains on clothes, apply an arrowroot-water paste, let dry, and brush off.

Homemade Air Freshener: Blend arrowroot with essential oil, sprinkle on carpets, leave, then vacuum to neutralize odors.

Shoe Deodorizer: Sprinkle inside shoes to absorb moisture. Add tea tree or lavender oil for freshness.

Thickening Agent in Dishes: Use arrowroot as a clear, taste-neutral thickener in gravies, sauces, and puddings.

It's important to test arrowroot powder on a small patch of skin first to ensure there's no allergic reaction. If you notice redness, itching, or any other skin irritation, discontinue use.

✩ Packaging Note: Online orders are thoughtfully packed in sanitized, upcycled containers to keep quality high and environmental impact low. For those desiring new containers, options are available upon order.

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KHS recommends that you consult with a qualified healthcare professional before using herbal products, particularly if you take other medications, or if you are nursing, pregnant, or expecting to become pregnant.

This information is for education purposes, and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration