From the packaging to the products, this line is AMAZING! It is apparent that Leah took her time carefully designing and perfecting her products. Every single product feels and smells so amazing – it is honestly Hawaii in a bottle. Every time I use the products, I am instantly transported to Kauai, where all of the products are hand made.
All of their products are made from fresh Hawaiian nectars, potent and vibrant botanical actives and luxurious, tropical beauty oils. Their products are ‘blended fresh weekly in intimate batches in their private studio on the lush North Shore of Kauai Island’ – I know, I wanted to airbnb their studio after reading this too.
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Recently, it has become my mission to find a natural skin care line that is free of harsh chemicals. Bristol & Sussex really came to the rescue during this search. All of their products are made with vegan and organic ingredients, each with EWG Scores of 1. They only use certified organic, premium food grade, cold pressed oils and 100% steam distilled therapeutic grade essential oils.
I have to say that it is very refreshing to look at an ingredient list and actually understand what is in it. With most products, you can’t even pronounce half of the ingredients.
Their daily radiance set is comprised of three products – a hypoallergenic facial cleanser, pH and oil balancing facial moisturizer, and a deep conditioning facial oil.
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I used to think that making a smoothie bowl was so easy – throw a bunch of ingredients in the blender and place some pretty fruit on top. Well if you’re like me, you’ll find that there is a little more to it. The first couple times I made it I was so excited until I started putting the fruit on top. The smoothie bowl quickly started swallowing my fruit whole, like quick sand. So in terms of smoothie bowls, the less liquid, the better.
The key to thickening the smoothie is using frozen fruit, and being cautious about how much liquid you use. There are many many different ways you can create a smoothie bowl but this is how I created mine.
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There is so much love right now between Matcha and I. I first tried Matcha at Starbucks when I was curious about what a ‘Green Tea Latte’ was. I love lattes and green tea, so I thought I’d give it a try. It was light, creamy, and had a hint of the green tea flavor – simply divine. Traditionally, Matcha is not prepared with any sugar or milk, but I honestly don’t know if I could drink it any other way. Without these additions, it can be a little bitter. Matcha is a bit stronger than brewed tea since it is essentially dissolved tea leaves. However with regular tea, the leaves are discarded after brewing. Continue reading “For the love of Matcha.”