In the spirit of Halloween, I feel compelled to share my newest facial mask recipe with you. It’s easy to make at home from either an extra pumpkin you might have lying around, or with a can of organic pumpkin puree.
A few weeks ago, I was feeling restless for no reason in particular. A gut feeling that I was not as connected with myself as I wanted to be swept over me. Call it divine intervention, connectedness or just sheer luck but within minutes of feeling that way, a dear friend messaged me to invite me to the farm he is creating and cultivating, to see what he was up to.
Hey New Yorkers – looking for something fun to do this Saturday, October 18th? Join me at Space NK Greene Street from 2 to 5 p.m. for a special afternoon of skincare. I’ll be stopping by the boutique as part of my birthday weekend celebrations!
In the words of her character on the HBO show Girls: “I don’t want to freak you out, but I think that I might be the voice of my generation.” We couldn’t agree more, which is why we were thrilled when actress and screenwriter Lena Dunham mentioned her love for our Squalane Facial Oil in the October 8th issue of Stylist Magazine.
Our skin is a highly complicated organ. It is strong enough to protect you from many of the bad elements in the outside world, yet porous enough to absorb the good elements we need to live and thrive. But the skin is not always discriminating. It absorbs up to 60% of what it is exposed to, good or bad, something I had to learn the hard way, after it was almost too late.
With the change in seasons comes the need to clean up old skincare routines and refresh beauty habits. Every fall, I find myself looking for ways to rid my pores of dead skin and impurities…sloughing away summer with a deep cleanse.