Summer is when Seattle is at its most vibrant, coming alive with gorgeous colors and exciting activities! Fun in the sun can sometimes be a little taxing on the skin, with the sun’s harsh UV rays and the drying climate.
Our favorite time of the year is here, bringing blooming flowers, gorgeous colors, and all kinds of fresh feels with it.
Herbivore Botanicals releases Emerald, a new facial oil made with weed
When I heard local beauty gurus Herbivore Botanicals was releasing a new skincare product made with cannabis, I wasn’t surprised. That’s so Seattle. Many other beauty companies have been using CBD (Do yourself a favor and get a Kush Queen bath bomb – your welcome) to soothe aches and pains and enhance relaxation for some time, but I love supporting local and was excited to learn why Herbivore decided to dabble with cannabis.
Owner and Esthetician Erika Kennedy provides an array of services including waxing, tinting for brows and lashes, custom facials, lash extensions, and microblading. Erika recently welcomed Rebecca Reali who is a massage therapist trained in Swedish, Ayurvedic, deep tissue, aromatherapy and bamboo massage. Located in downtown on 5th Avenue, street parking is hard to find and nearby parking garages are pricey—walking, busing, or taking a Lyft might be the easiest options.
Treat yo skin.
Prepare your skin for the airplane air and over-eating extravaganzas of the holiday season with a facial at Skoah. The Canadian spa describes their treatments as “personal training for your skin”. They have three new locations in Seattle (Bellevue, Downtown and Capitol Hill) and they’re are offering
Pamper your skin with these organic and luscious new products.
We found some innovative skincare lines that combine refreshing natural ingredients with philosophies focused on creating healthy and wholesome products that nourish your body from the outside in.