Prospurly – June 2015
Prospurly! A Seaside Excursion
Blended with Pacific Northwest Sea Salts, fresh garlic and rosemary, then gently smoked over a hand-harvested pecan wood this summery salt blend will have you seasoning up a storm after a day at the beach. Earthy and harbaceous, Wild Fire is the perfect seasoning to help ground you after a day in the water.
Sea Grape Soaps Salt Kissed Hair Volumizer – $15
The beneficial properties of salt water meet restorative coconut, argan and hazelnut oils in this artfully-crafted hair volumizer from Sea Grape Soaps. Made with pink salt and a touch of lavender for scent, just a few sprays will give you that beach-day hair without the tangles.
Meraki Botanicals Sugar & Salt Body Scrub – $20
Gently scrub away dead skin cells while hydrating new skin with this small-batch body scrub. Raw sugar, Dead Sea salt, Epsom salt, coconut oil, and a light citrus blend refresh your skin while invigorating your senses. Natural, organic and locally crafted!
Oak Street Soap Plumeria Bubble Bath Bar – $5.50
The Plumeria is a simple, yet beautiful flower. Known as Melia in Hawaiian and with roots in South America, the flowers have a light and alluring scent that make it perfect for a special bubble bath. Made with luxurious oils, Shea butter, and cocoa butter. Just break of a few pieces of the bar and watch the “sea foam” grow!
BEINGapothecary Still Bath Salts – $18
An inspiring blend of Himalyan Pink Salt and Dead Sea salt are joined with essential oils of geranium and ylang ylang settling the mind for a tranquil and clarifying soak. Simply unwind, relax and enjoy.
The Blue Octopus Seaside Inspired Candles – $8
Handcrafted with soy wax,organic wicks and the highest quality scents, these seaside-inspired candles bring the best of the beach to your house and home. Light your candle and find yourself on a deserted island, warming yourself by the bonfire, listening to Siren’s songs deep into the night…
Here’s the change you were part of this month: 1303 trees planted in partnership with Trees For The Future.
June 30, 2015 / Tara Lekatana / 0