5 Naturally Body Butters that Will Make You Melt

Combat the terrible effects of winter on your skin with our luxurious Naturally body butters. A truly decadent body moisturizer; rich in natural antioxidants, this body butter smoothes, moisturizes and protects your deserving skin. They’re also made with all natural ingredients. Our Naturally Collection carries body butters in five delicious scents: Sweet Vanilla Fig ($14) Cranberry Moro Orange ($14) Pressed Olive Avacado ($14) Wild Mint Lime ($14) Warm Honey Nectar ($14)

Heartbreak: Losing a Trusty Hair Stylist

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It’s a beautiful fall day and I’m sitting here, depressed,  listening to the emotional ballads of Canadian songstress, Jan Arden. This is why … I just called my hair salon to book an appointment and was greeted with terrible news. My trusted hair stylist that I’ve been seeing for years has moved back home to Ottawa. “No! You’re totally punking me!” I politely yelled. The receptionist confirmed that she was, in fact, not punking me … and no, she doesn’t know Ashton Kutcher. I replied with a slew of questions, but I knew that any answer I’d receive would not undo this pain and, ultimately, un-break my heart (sorry – was just listening to Toni Braxton this morning). More importantly, it would not bring back my beloved hair stylist – who had magical hands and a penchant for all things wonderful. I confided with my friends about this situation and they all replied with, “I’m sorry for your loss.” They went on to tell me a story about how they, too, have lost a dear hair stylist. My friend, Christian, followed one hair stylist from salon to salon for 11 years until he couldn’t anymore. My friend, Kim, reminisced about her lovely hair stylist, Courtney, whom she had to leave behind when she graduated University. This made me think … how can one person that you see every two or three months have such an impact on your life? It’s simple. A hair stylist is more than just someone who fashions your coif. They’re confidants
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Winter Skin Care Tips for Everyone

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I love winter. It’s my favourite season for many reasons … the fashions, holiday music, the abundance of food, ice skating (I don’t actually do this, but it’s nice to think of) …  and the list goes on. What I don’t love about the winter is the harsh climate conditions that result in dry skin and chapped lips. If you don’t want to look or feel like a velociraptor or any pre-historic animal for that matter, check out the winter skin tips below. Hydrate Yourself 70% of our bodies are made out of water. Therefore, it is crucial for your overall health to keep hydrated. I completely understand – it’s hard to make it a point to drink eight cups of water throughout the day, but try always having a full glass of water around. You’ll be reaching for that instead of your cup of coffee in no time. Water ($0.00). Exfoliate Clear out your skin for the new season. Starting with cleaner and healthier skin ensures your winter skin-care routine to be much more effective. Try the Naturally Coarse Scrub Rub in Wild Mint Lime ($16.00). Made with mineral rich Dead Seasalt, this body scrub provides the ultimate exfoliation while it soothes and re-mineralizes the skin; leaving it super soft and well nourished. Bathe in Liquid Gold Relax! There is no doubt that stress ages you and makes you look tired and haggard.  End your day with a relaxing and deliciously scented bubble bath. The Golden Maple Sugar Bubble Bath  ($12.00) is one of the
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