LET ME JUST START BY SAYING, I'M NOT AN EXPERT. :) But, as a self-proclaimed hippie who LOVES playing with trial and error in ALL things related to health and balance overall, I've learned a thing or two about diet. And I have tried out MANY cleanses, diet methods (I don't believe in "dieting" in the traditional sense of the word) and even supplements designed to support better health. I've been an omnivore, vegetarian, vegan, and just about everything else along the way. And, as much as NOBODY
SO YOU'RE SUPER STOKED CAUSE YOU'VE JUST DECIDED TO BECOME A HIPPIE.Your friends think you're weird. It's cool though, they think we're weird too. So what now? Here's what you can expect from your Hippie Skin:1. EXPECT TO BREAK OUT. Seriously. It sucks. But if you've ever had a facial you know that there's bound to be a break out and it's no different with Hippie Skin. First, your skin needs an adjustment period to get used to the new product. Secondly, and most importantly, Hippie
NATURAL DEODORANT... Seems like a good concept in theory, but you're terrified to make the leap. Right? The concept of odorless pits without chemicals - is it even possible? TOTALLY.But, there are some very important steps that MUST be taken, and we're going to outline them here. First, a little background: The commercial stuff. You've been rubbing it into your armpits since you can remember. Keeping an extra in your purse, in your gym bag - and we've all made the mistake of leaving it in
MY HIPPIE SKIN IS ALL PACKAGED IN GLASS... What is this, 1950? Nope. But we totally LOVE the 50's. The reasons we use (and recommend) glass containers for our products are pretty simple. Number One: We LOVE our planet. And we want to see it thrive for generations to come! Glass is FAR more easy to recycle than plastic is, and with much less toxicity, and that's the bottom line. We highly, highly, highly encourage you to recycle your glass jars! We are working on a program for our online
We believe that one of the very important factors that sets Hippie Skin apart from other natural skin care lines is that of wax and butters. Most natural products contain Shea butter or beeswax. At Hippie Skin, we make a point not to include these in our oil-blended products. Why, you ask?First, we'll state that we don't consider them to be bad for the skin - we love natural products! However, waxes and butters are not as easily absorbed into the skin as oils are. Butters and waxes sit on
Many people I encounter openly balk at the notion of using oil blends to combat their oily skin. As their wheels begin turning, I see the skepticism mounting and their eyes searching for the lunacy they know must be hiding under my "knowledgeable" facade. The oil cleansing concept is actually quite simple. When we have oily skin, our skin is producing too much oil, causing a build-up of sebaceous secretions in the pores, leading to enlarged pores, pimples, and acne. When our skin is too dry,
At Hippie Skin, we are passionate about addressing the unrealistic expectations the beauty industry places on women in their quest to be beautiful, and we aim to inspire true beauty from within with synergistic oil blends and simple, sustainable skin care.