Pot of Glow
This is a collaboration with ceramicist Rene Norman of Wren Ceramics. Once you have thoroughly enjoyed its contents, this little dish can be used for jewelry, herbs or other small items.
Formulated for all skin types, this light body butter quickly soaks into the skin to soothe troublesome skin issues.
With many applications, this product can be used daily as a facial and body cream, and can also be used on problematic areas to soothe and speed recovery. The formula is designed for troublesome skin issues and to help improve the overall appearance of the skin's outer layers.
Apply liberally to clean skin. For best results, use daily after cleansing skin. For extra hydration, apply to clean face and neck at night. For spots and blemishes, follow application with bandage. Do not apply directly on open wounds.
Raw Shea Butter, Coconut Oil*, Castor Oil*, Hempseed Oil*, Almond Oil*, Jojoba Oil*, Full spectrum Hemp Oil+, Calendula*, Olive Oil*, Turmeric*, Frankincense*, Patchouli*, Vetiver*, Fir Needle*, Palmarosa*, Cedarwood*, Helichrysum*, Vitamin E (non-GMO)
*indicates Certified Organic
Ingredients not certified organic are, however, grown and processed organically.
Wonderful. I use this every day and it feels so great. I used Cetaphil lotion on my face for over 15 years and wanted to stop putting chemicals on my skin, so I switched to this and I am the happiest that I did!
This is a long and lengthy topic to try to cover in a post, but I wanted to share some ideas I've been pondering. What is the new emergent myth for the age of Aquarius? I would suggest, it starts with Bitcoin.
As the great Buckminster Fuller once said, “You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”
A mushroom and the gift of a spiritual vision.
Though there are many cultural adaptations of this winter-time character, the origin of the most of the modern myth can be traced back to Siberia, where a small group of Shamans still practice the ritual to this day.