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What Is Alchemic Skincare?

Alchemic Skincare uses knowledge of the following areas of science: botany, phytotherapy, nature and spirit.

The development of our skincare uses this science to help with recovery and healing, perfect for all. Our products help everyone enhance their body, mind and soul.

Poet's Garden Alchemist creates products that are holistic, safe and result driven.

Creating Skin Poetry

Who we are

Are you an earth child, nature lover, bohemian, artist, poet or simply someone unique who wants to join our cause? No matter who you are, we invite you to join us for a new revolution within the beauty industry!

Let us illuminate not just your skin, but also your soul.


Deep-down artistic beauty

Our Mission

We are poets on a mission to increase beauty while bringing poetry to life around the world, and we don't just mean outer beauty, we mean real, raw & deep-down artistic beauty!

For all

Our values

Happiness, compassion, self-confidence, wellness, kindness, spirituality, mindfulness, and being caring to all regardless of gender, age, orientation or race.


Nature never hurries. Atom by atom, little by little, she achieves her work.


We thank you for supporting our poets, movement and we hope your skin also thanks you. Let us illuminate not just your skin but also your body & soul.

Poet's Garden Alchemist is proud to collaborate with modern poets worldwide and share their words for their poetry to be known globally. When you purchase anything from us, you are also helping one of our poet collaborators, as we contribute a portion of the sale to our collaborators. We hope you thoroughly enjoy the poetry of our collaborators. Please check our shop for some of their published work.

poet, spiritual director, and creative dilettante.


“Poetry, photography, spirituality: 
my life is about tending 
to the lights and darks
in equal measure.”

Alix Klingenberg is a poet, spiritual director, and creative dilettante. She describes herself as a cross between an ethereal woodland creature and an alternative 90’s girl stereotype and is only half-kidding. Alix graduated from Oberlin College in 2003 with a degree in Visual Art where she studied film and photography but also took way too many classes in Spanish literature and personality psychology to not have it count for something.  She is obsessed with people dynamics, myth, philosophy, and imagination. 

After making her living as a wedding and portrait photographer for ten years, Alix returned to school to become a Unitarian Universalist Minister. She received her Master of Divinity in 2018 from Meadville Lombard Theological School in Chicago and began her own business as a spiritual director and creative arts minister.

Alix has been writing poetry for her entire life and remembers wanting to submit a poem to Highlights Magazine when she was 8, but never got up the courage.  Alix has been writing a blog called “Highly Sensitive Extrovert” for several years and began sharing her poetry on social media in 2019.

Alix currently lives in Medford, MA with her family, 2 black cats, and a ridiculous dog named Cricket. She is queer and polyamorous and writes on themes of love & loss, sex & commitment, healing and family systems.  With a passion for social justice, anti-racism, intersectional feminism, community, and the natural world, Alix writes from a place of spiritual transformation. 

In her self-published book, Secrets & Stars, Alix uses magical realism and personal experiences to weave a world of shadow work, heartbreak, self-love, and wholeness.  Believing strongly in the magic of everyday things, Alix helps women uncover and tap into their wells of innate, mystical waters. Alix’s poems have also been published in several literary magazines including Beyond Words International Literary Magazine, Sad Girl’s Lit Club, Tempered Runes Press, and Wingless Dreamer. Alix’s inner 8-year-old is enormously relieved it has finally happened. 

You can find her book in our store!  To read and engage with her in the community you can follow her on Instagram @AlixKlingenberg or on Facebook @Alix Klingenberg, Writer.