I recently added a hydrating serum to my morning routine — I won’t mention the brand, because I don’t like to slag and everyone’s skin is different, tbh. But after using it for almost three weeks, my skin became super reactive to it.Continue Reading
As we close out the year that was 2018 (seriously, what the f*** was that?), with all it’s crazy ups and downs (like Individual #1, all the new #MeToo allegations, that new beer-loving Supreme Court Justice, etc. etc.), one thing that seems to also be going to hell in a hand basket is the environment — but we already knew that. So, let’s be thankful for the little bits of good news that we can find, while also starting 2019 with a fresh perspective on the ways we can improve our own lifestyle for the benefit of the planet. There have been some small wins this year, so let’s keep ’em coming.Continue Reading
On Thursday, December 6th, the MNDFL Green Beauty Pop Up will take over a 3,000 square foot industrial loft space in Toronto’s east end, as a celebration of eco-conscious beauty in this country. For the third year in a row, Graydon Carter of Graydon Skincare is bringing together multiple green beauty brands for a one-stop-shop of all the best the sustainable beauty industry has to offer in Canada.
Oh the weather outside is… pretty frightful actually. But changing your beauty routine can be so delightful! With winter comes different challenges for your skin, hair and nails. Our list of eco friendly and cruelty-free products will help you tackle winter’s harsh winds and low temperatures, and all the other dehydrating things that come along with the Canadian chill.
Ah, Summer 2018 — we hardly knew ye. Fall is upon us and the temperatures are dropping, but, on the bright side, the past few months were filled with progress in the world of fashion, beauty and sustainability. Below is a reading list of all of the season’s news highlights.