Just Soap Rosemary Shampoo Bar
This shampoo bar smells so good, suds up nice and leaves your hair feeling squeaky clean. Not to mention it's locally made in Ashfield with an incredibly low carbon footprint created with a pedal-powered mixer! And, of course, no waste because it is just a bar of soap. It's a win for everybody. I'm on my second bar and will absolutely not be going back to bottles.
Sea Witch Botanicals Lammas Incense
I've been a big fan of Sea Witch Incense for a long time now and they are just always so good! They recently came out with a new variety called Lammas. It's a beautiful blend of rose, frankincense and sandalwood and I'm obsessed. The sandalwood note is right up front and it's just the best smell to breathe in and relax.
Host Defense Lion's Mane Powder
I put this 'ish on everything! I have always loved the mushroom powders from Host Defense, they are effective, clean and US grown! A very easy way to get those big doses of medicinal mushrooms without having to take handfuls of capsules. We now carry the Lion's Mane in the 100Gram and 200Gram sizes, the 200Gram is the equivalent of 133 servings for just $39.99, an incredible value!
Savon De Marseille French Soap Block 600gr
There is so much I love about this soap. The handmade beauty first caught my eye and the French labeling pressed into the salted block was so intriguing. This soap has been continuously made in the same tradition for over 600 years! I had to experience this historic necessity. I Love it by my kitchen sink. It is a conversation piece and it has replaced the plastic liquid soap bottle! The olive oil prevented my hands from drying out last winter. With heavy usage, mine has lasted over 8 months! Just keep it on a wooden soap dish.
Perfect for bathing all skin types from baby to sensitive.
Organic Local Celery
Years ago when I was interning to become an organic vegetable farmer - I first-experienced locally grown celery. It is night and day difference from non-local. The flavor is robust and strong - a bit more like parsley (both are in the carrot family). It is juicy and crispy. You really have to try it to experience it! The local celery season is here - it might be a bit more expensive - but it is well worth it - just for the flavor! Enjoy this unique seasonal delight!