NATURE POURED INTO BOTTLES
WHAT WE OFFER
We're creating a world where feeling special is accessible to everyone ~ Tanya Droege, Sealuxe Founder
At Sealuxe, we believe that luxury should exist without barriers, and luxury products shouldn't require luxury prices. Our products are hand-made with love in small batches from high-quality natural ingredients, formulated for results that inspire you to create time and space for the personal connection that you deserve. Sealuxe invites you to experience a world of pure and nutrient-rich indulgence with every purchase.
We won't cheapen your luxurious experience by adding extra fillers to make a buck. We certainly won't include any parabens, sulphates, petroleum, phthalates, chemicals, dyes or unnatural preservatives. We source the best ingredients that nature has to offer, each chosen with a purpose and a conscience.
Our products are for like-minded people who want a clean and healthy beauty product alternative and who also care about sustainable, ethical practices.
Our soaps, cleansing grains, body butters -they don't just clean and moisturize, they flood your every pore with high levels of potent ingredients specifically chosen for their therapeutic properties.
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This summer smoothie recipe is reminiscent of lazy childhood days, you and your friends out on your bikes and stuffing your face full of delicious blackberries when you got hungry.
What are you doing Monday morning? If you’re free, come join our fun Beachy Clean gang as we tackle the shores of Crescent Beach for another beach clean-up!
SeaLuxe was excited to learn that a group of Canadian mechanical engineering students built a massive vacuum cleaner that can collect microplastics without removing sand from the beach!
Cave paintings found in Lascaux, France, suggest the use of medicinal plants as far back as 18,000 B.C.E. and there is evidence to support the fact Egyptians used essential oils as early as 4500 B.C.E.
What do rocket science and one of the most infamous moisturizers on the market have in common?
Researchers with the Department of Fisheries and Oceans are cheering after spotting all three pods that make up the gang of southern resident orcas last week off the coast of Vancouver Island.
One of the few concerns with sunless tanning is that some of these concoctions used in spray tanning salons contain parabens, that nasty preservative that can not only cause rosacea, allergic contact dermatitis, but also shown to be weak estrogens.
A white orca has been spotted in local waters. Some call it a “ghost whale” because, rather than the black and white we’re used to saying, it looks faded.
I never used to think about those tourist kiosks and their cheap, plastic trinkets. Now they horrify me.
Whale researchers across the Pacific Northwest usually receive alerts on their cell phones right about now to indicate that a family of southern resident orcas have returned to their annual summer home in the Salish Sea. But, so far, the phones have been quiet.
One of the first smoothies that appeared in North America in 1926 was born out of an orange juice stand in Los Angeles. The owner’s name was Julius Freed and he made about $20 a day selling the drink.
Canada became the first country in the world to impose a wholesale ban on the import and export of shark fins this week. While shark finning has been illegal in Canada since 1994, it was still legal to import from other regions on a wide scale.
While rich countries such as Canada attempt to save the oceans with such bans, we need to instead shift our focus to tackling the inferior waste management and poor environmental policies in developing regions.
If you want to explain to your friends why you’re looking so great these days, and why, exactly, you are using natural products such as seaweed and charcoal on your skin, look no further than this post!
The combination of a gentle soap that contains seaweed, pure shea butter, rose geranium, and coconut can be magic for those who suffer from keratosis pilaris. Read on to find out why.
Today is World Oceans Day! To celebrate, SeaLuxe takes a look at an interesting story that caught our eye about women of the sea.
WILD SUSTAINABLE SEAWEED HARVEST
Our seaweed is edible, organic, and sourced off the coast of the Great Bear Rainforest; it is a vital component of the delicious treats that your skin will feast upon. SeaLuxe products are bio-dynamic, cruelty free, sustainable and made with a conscience on the West Coast.
Introducing you to the miracles of our local ocean flora is my goal. I want you to discover your own ability to heal and preserve your skin through nutritious skin rituals!
My products inspire healthy, skin-loving habits, making your daily routine a sought-out ritual of appreciation and recognition of your personal beauty. Your self-care habits will reveal and radiate gorgeous skin.
NOTE FROM FOUNDER
Sealuxe has been a labour of love. I love the process of researching, experimenting, sampling and trying new ideas. I love the creation process -from raw materials to pretty packaging. I love communicating with all our suppliers and love the feedback we get from our customers. I'm in this business because making you look and feel good makes me feel good. I hope you enjoy our goodies as much as my team and I enjoy making them.
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