I decided to simplify my skincare routine, and both my pocketbook and my skin have been much happier since.Read More
Dr. David Vaughn found a way to restore coral and make it grow up to 40x faster than in the wild. And like many other discoveries before, such as penicillin, it was discovered by accident.Read More
The term “anti-ageing” became a beauty buzz word in the 1980s, born out of a boardroom in an advertising firm as a way of selling expensive creams laden with chemicals to older women.Read More
A plant-based sunscreen? Sign us up! It is with great delight we recently read scientists at Oregon State University recently found a potential new plant-based ingredient for sunscreen…Read More
Did you know Vancouver store The Soap Dispensary is collecting products with microbeads on behalf of a local researcher by the name of Rhiannon Moore, an ocean advocate who is researching the effects of microplastics in Arctic food webs?Read More
Let us introduce you to a little skin routine we like to enjoy when we can. It involves a deep cleanse, face mask, and facial massage. Believe me, it does wonders for both the skin and the mind.Read More
We have a smoothie that’s gonna blow your mind!! One of our dear friends sent this tasty recipe along to us and we’re so excited to be sharing it with you. It is simple to make with three ingredients, including blue-green algae powder.Read More
If you need some help boosting your energy through the days, look no further than matcha tea. It's a fantastic addition to your green smoothie. Read on to find out why!Read More
Our poor pores have bore the brunt of our skin frustrations - from producing pimples throughout our teenage years like a game of Whack-The-Mole to growing bigger and more noticeable as we age.
We’ve attacked them with alcohol-based skin “toners” when we were young, squeezed them, dried them out, and have generally beat them up. All along, we didn’t ever bother to get to really know them.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
Being on the ocean is so relaxing, whether it’s in a kayak and exploring hidden coves of B.C.’s coast or lounging on a deck of a boat while the waves rock ever so gently. Being on a beach is incredibly therapeutic, too, especially as the sun sets and after the crowds have gone home.Read More
Every week I would stock my fridge with fresh fruit and veggies, intending to eat a heathy dose of plants yet every week I would throw out a ton of waste into the green bin.
I quit wasting food by making leftover smoothies and cleaned up my fridge at the same time.Read More