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Talking Facial Oils With Asgard Beauty

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Sensitive Facial Oil by All Things Jill

We are proud to have self-professed “skincare fanatics” Asgard Beauty as one of our retailers, carrying our facial oils, Bath & Body line, lip balms, and more. These folks have a lot of knowledge regarding skincare and are eager to share it.

Two examples on their blog delve deeply into the topics of moisture and facial oils. Continue reading

Is Vegan Skincare for You?

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If your immediate answer was, “No way, I’m not vegan!,” just hold on. Even if you eat animal products (even meat), there are benefits to vegan skincare products beyond the fact that they don’t harm animals.

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Trouble Shooting DIY Projects: Bath Bombs

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Bath bombs are a favourite amongst crafters and the DIY crowd, because they are relatively easy and inexpensive to make, and they make great, compact gifts! However, they can also take a bit of practice. Results can vary from one batch to the next, due to a number of factors — for instance, variations in temperature or humidity. Continue reading

Spotlight On: Baking Soda

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Baking soda in a wooden bowl

Baking soda is one of those unglamorous skincare stars that benefits us more than we really acknowledge. It doesn’t have a fancy name, a flashy story or the advantage of being a new ingredient on the market. It wasn’t recently discovered, deep in the rainforest, and it hasn’t ever been labelled a super food. But it’s a standby ingredient in many bath products, and for good reason! Continue reading

Spotlight On: Lavender

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Lavender field

This week, let’s take a closer look at another of the classic herbs, lavender. The first written record of the medicinal use of lavender is said to be from 77 AD, when a Greek physician wrote that lavender could be used internally and externally for a variety of benefits. Continue reading