After much anticipation and barely containable excitement, we’re thrilled to finally announce the official launch of our new White Grapefruit Hand & Body Lotion. We’ve worked incredibly hard on this lotion, making sure it measures up to both the quality of our current line of products and our strict health and ingredient standards. Our new… Continue Reading »
We’re proud to announce that we’ve officially released our new Natural Hand & Body Wash, available in both White Grapefruit and Tea Tree Mint. These washes are 100% natural and made with organic ingredients, with no sulfates, edta, parabens or synthetic fragrance. Only the good stuff! We love these new additions and hope you will… Continue Reading »
Very proud that our line of 100% natural handmade bar soaps were included in the New York International Gift Fair’s 2012 Sustainability Display- a curated exhibit of products with production processes that are eco-friendly, made by companies whose business practices are socially responsible, philanthropic or fair-trade oriented. This inclusion means a lot to us, as… Continue Reading »
This is my go to. Hand-crafted using natural oils, resins and plant extracts, each DS & Durga fragrance smells as unique and interesting as the story behind it… but Marblehead Reds is my favorite right now. So if we soon cross paths, and I sincerely hope we do, i will most likely smell like this.
I’m often asked questions about my Peppermint Lip Balm. What makes it so great? Why should I pick yours? Aren’t they all the same? So here’s the deal…lots of people make lip balm, and lots of people make natural lip balm, but few make it really well. It’s very tricky when formulating a great natural… Continue Reading »
I recently attended one of the regular meetings of the NYC Natural Perfumers, headed up by Amanda Walker, who is also the founder and perfumer at A Perfume Organic. I was introduced to a bevy of new, natural scents and had the opportunity to sniff each of Amanda’s certified organic custom blends. I was incredibly… Continue Reading »