I’m so excited that these babies are finally ready! Thank you so much to everyone who helped me choose my final label designs.
Without further ado, Check them out here: http://thelotusroot.com/store/
It’s my mission to give you a truly natural option for skin care products that you can trust. To take the guess work out of the process, so that you can live your life, instead of spending all of your time researching ingredients + searching for products. To give you that relief that comes from knowing that you’re putting one less chemical on your body. To show that natural products can indeed work better than their chemical laden cousins.
My goal is to help you cut through the confusion, marketing buzz words and greenwashing out there so that you can make the best choices for you.
I’ve created products that are made from the highest quality ingredients I could get my hands on (which are 100% natural, organic and/or fair trade whenever possible, always non gmo, and never tested on animals). I’ve formulated my products with sensitive skin in mind, and have focused on ingredients that have a long shelf life. I’ve used reusable, recyclable and/or recycled packaging for each item, and will continue to improve the packaging as my line grows (biodegradable lip balm tubes are on the horizon).
I believe in voting with my dollar – I love supporting independent, sustainable businesses, and I’m so happy that I get to do so when sourcing ingredients for my products.
I believe that being your most vibrant self & helping the planet can go hand in hand.
True, radiant health is not just about what you eat – it’s a lifestyle.
Let’s let go of the guilt that comes along with taking care of ourselves.
Consider this your permission slip for self care.
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If your scalp ever gets so dry that it starts itching like crazy, try massaging cold-pressed, unrefined coconut oil into it. The coconut oil will condition your hair and scalp, and the massage will stimulate hair growth.
If the coconut oil is a little bit too heavy, you may want to wash and condition your hair afterwards (with some nice, natural products, of course! I love a good (diluted) apple cider vinegar rinse – which is another way to deal with scalp itch. )
Have you tried this trick? Let me know if it works for you in the comments section!
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