We thought one of our best-selling soaps was deserving of a better name since it does include a significant amount of luxurious rose clay. So, we’d like to introduce the beautiful “Ritual Rose” soap, formally known as “Pretty in Pink.”Read More
You know what starts this month here in BC? CHERRY SEASON! If you are fortunate enough to live in the beautiful province of British Columbia, or have travelled through the Okanagan on your summer holidays, then you’ll know what I’m talking about.Read More
Dr. La Bonnardière d’Arcachon coined the word thalassotherapy in 1865, deriving it from the Greek words “thalassa” meaning the sea and “therapeia” meaning treatment.Read More
Did you know that there is now evidence that suggests personal care products are adding to air pollution in urban areas? Sounds unbelievable, but it’s true!Read More
SeaLuxe has an exciting and busy weekend ahead with appearances at two different markets! Read on to find out more (and a Grateful Dead factoid).Read More
Brush hairs and sponges hold on to oils and bacteria due to their porous nature. This means the build-up can cause breakouts as well as uneven makeup application.Read More
Strawberries are terrific for your skin. They’re rich in vitamin C and are excellent for those with oily skin as they’re also acidic in nature. Strawberries are also wonderful at lightening acne scars in addition to dark spots, thanks to their ellagic acid.Read More
SeaLuxe is proud to be part of the One of a Kind Spring Show and Sale this week at the Enercare Centre – Exhibition Place. We’ll be selling your favourite pampering products all week long, with SeaLuxe captain Tanya Droege at the helm!Read More
All this talk of how good Bladderwrack is for you has resulted in you guys asking, “I’m game, so where do I find it?” We’re so happy to hear your interest in this wonderful sea green.Read More
Every year it’s the same thing – we say we don’t believe in making New Years resolutions but then we go right on ahead and do so. They’re usually quite lofty goals even if they seem like easy changes.Read More
Did you know there’s a difference between hydrating and moisturizing? Don’t fret if you don’t – both words are often used interchangeably!Read More
Self-care is a bit of a buzzword these days. Based on the idea of consciously looking after one’s own needs – something we all strive to do when and if we can – it’s an expression that became popular last year...Read More
SeaLuxe would like to treat you to a li’l treat just in time for the holidays! We’ll be handing out SeaBux in person this Christmas market season. They're worth five dollars and are good for any SeaLuxe products of any amount.Read More
Since it’s Halloween, we here at SeaLuxe headquarters thought it would be appropriate to post something scary. And there’s nothing scarier than some of the chemicals found in non-natural skin care products!Read More
One of the most powerful herbs on the planet is something that can be found on grocery store shelves. Its scientific name is curcuma longa, it’s bright yellow and is often featured in Indian dishes. If you’ve already guessed we’re talking about turmeric, then you might have some inkling of the spice’s powers.Read More
Regular readers of this blog likely understand we advocate using natural skincare products. Not only are they generally better for you, but they’re also a heck of a lot less expensive than the stuff on the shelves.
Take make-up remover for instance. There are so many products for sale touted to removing makeup. Some of them cost upwards 30 to 40 dollars!Read More
Coffee grounds can kick-start an anti-inflammatory wave through your skin and help speed up the process of healing from superficial wounds. It is rich in polyphenols, the same antioxidants found in berries and tea. The polyphenols and hydrocinnamic acids in coffee can fight free radicals and even help against the damage caused by ultraviolet rays.Read More
You don’t need to make a trip to the ocean for these wonderful benefits. Sea salt can be found at any good grocery or health food store. Make your own sea salt tonic by mixing one tablespoon of sea salt to a 16-ounce spray bottle of warm water. We recommend spraying the mixture onto a clean washcloth and dabbing your face, shoulders, or anywhere you are prone to breakouts.Read More
The summer months are hard on the skin, and no matter how diligent we are with protecting our skin, there’s always a little resulting damage to repair - even for those of us who slather on sunscreen, wear hats, and lurk in the shade!
It’s a good time to reassess your skin care regime. Do you have a good moisturizer? A gentle exfoliator? A moisturizer that works perfectly for both your face and your body?Read More
I have a friend who loves swimming at the local pool and I have a friend (okay, this applies to almost ALL my friends) who stays up late.
Both said friends recently asked for skin advice, which I’ll share here in case you enjoy swimming and/or staying up late as well.
Allison started exercising at the local indoor swimming pool four months ago because her knee was acting up so she could no longer jog without paying the price of pain from the impact.Read More