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Using Healing Bark

As an effective natural skin solution

History

Healing Bark comes from the bark of age old Thanaka trees that grow deep in the forests of Southeast Asia. For over 2,000 years, men, women, and children in Myanmar have been using this tree bark to keep their skin clear and healthy.

The earliest written record of thanaka use is in a 14th century poem written by a consort of King Razadarit, who ruled and unified the Mon Kingdom in southern Myanmar from 1384 to 1422.

In the 1500s, Princess Razadatukaly, the eldest daughter of King Bayintnaung, is believed to have used a kyauk pyin- a stone slab used to grind Thanaka into a paste.

Locals wear this special paste daily and believe this all-natural bark holds the secret to their clear skin and radiant complexion.

What is Healing Bark?

Healing Bark comes from the tree bark of age old Thankaka Trees that grow deep in the forest of Southeast Asia.

Our trees are grown in a special region where the sun, soil, and rain gift our bark with its incredible restorative powers

What makes Healing Bark so effective?

Three natural compounds work in unison to create a powerful skin perfecting combination that works on all skin types.

How is it used?

How is it used?

Doing Our Part for the Environment

It is our mission to support local farmers, preserve and share ancient traditions, and spread the miracles of nature.

Sustainably Farmed

Sustainably Farmed

Sustainably Farmed

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