OUR STORY | Hippie Skin


Bethany Tracy3 comments

The story of Hippie Skin begins like so many others. 

I was overweight, chronically fatigued, and had no control over my health. My doctors offered multiple diagnoses; I didn't feel like any of them had any real concern for my health other than simply medicating my symptoms, and seeing that was the first step. 

The next step was the tireless research that eventually led me to discover an ancient system of health that uses the fundamental principles of nature to impart true and lasting well being. 

Of the guiding principles of Yoga & Ayurveda, balance naturally takes the center stage and with this in mind, I finally took charge of my health. 

The better I ate, the better I felt.  The more I exercised, the more energy I had.  I lost the weight and allowed my yoga practice to envelop every aspect of my life.  I made the switch to eating organic foods and replaced everything I could with natural alternatives, but when it came to finding a natural alternative for my skin care regimen, I couldn't seem to find anything that fit the standard of “simple” or “natural” at a reasonable price. 

After so much searching with so little luck, I once again found myself at a familiar conclusion.  If I wanted this to happen, I would have to do it myself.  So I did! Using the same recipe I’d used in all other aspects of my journey toward better health, I began with research and added equal parts of simplicity and experimentation.

When I began with Hippie Luxe, it didn't take long for friends and family to take notice of the change in my skin and they wanted in. 

Then, using balance as our focus, we slowly and carefully crafted it into what it is today.  Along the way of course came a thousand wonderful suggestions for other products we can offer.  

Our process of research, formulation, and experimentation is ongoing.  

It is perhaps one of the greatest points of pride that I can assure you of the safety of this product because it has only ever been tested on me and my darling loved ones.  All of the skincare blends that make up Hippie Skin are 100% natural and organic whenever possible, therapeutic grade, and plant-based. 

I hope you love your Hippie Skin as much as I love mine...

Namaste!   ~ Bethany


Hannah Foster
Hannah Foster
Hi! My name is Hannah Foster and I am opening an online refillery in Salt Lake City, Utah. We would love to carry some of your products! Foster’s Refillery is an online store loosely based on a milkman model. Customers order goods online, then we pick up their containers, refill them, and drop them back off. You can check out our website at fostersrefillery.com. We plan to have an official launch after the CODID-19 pandemic is under control. I would love to talk logistics about bulk wholesale, and get the ball rolling! Looking forward to hearing from you! Best regards, Hannah
Hi Nisha, I’m sorry if my story was offensive to you. It was not meant to attack an entire profession but I do feel very strongly that on my particular journey, I never encountered physicians such as yourself. Diet was never discussed, only medications. They were probably great doctors in other areas – but for me, I’m actually grateful this happened, because it forced me to do my own research and find my own path to wellness. This is my story, and I know a lot of people in the same boat. We can only hope that more like you, who care, and worry about their patients, will become the forefront of western medicine. My story is not meant to be negative – it’s meant to inspire others, whether they use our products or not. Namaste.
Nisha Baur
Nisha Baur
I’m a doctor and I’m sad if you came across a physician that didn’t care, but must of the physicians I know talk about weight and nutrition especially for the symptoms in your story. I was interested in your product but not when the first line is derogatory to an entire profession. I stay up countless hours worrying about my patients and although I’m glad you found the courage to change your life, sharing a blame or negative story to sale products is offensive. I hope you change your story to one of courage and hippie for others instead of what physicians can’t do…as we can’t make humans change but only encourage that metamorphisis

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