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BIPOC LAND ACCESS IS A COLLECTIVE RESPONSIBILITY

  THE LIBERATED BEAUTY SERIES :   BIPOC LAND ACCESS IS A COLLECTIVE RESPONSIBILITY   By Christine Jairamsingh   As the season begins to shift and spring approaches, visions of future blooming gardens and warm weather tend to come to mind. Of course, growing zones vary, but generally this time of year sparks inspiration and … Continued

LOVE IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN

“The idea of slow farmed beauty is one of mindfulness. sourcing should and can benefit all communities, individuals, animals and plants along the way.” – laurel Do you ever think about where your food or skin care comes from? I ponder this often, and my mind can wander from the soil conditions of a farm … Continued

LAUREL’S FAVORITE HOLIDAY GIFTS

Skincare is a personal and intimate gift. It can be challenging to choose such the unique gift of skincare for those that you love. I have put together a gifting guide that I use for my own loved ones – I hope you find it helpful! Recovery Balm : For EVERYONE : This crowd pleaser is … Continued

SOURCING STORY: HYDRATING ELIXIR C: JASMINE HIBISCUS

We are thrilled to bring our limited edition, seasonal Hydrating Elixir C: Jasmine Hibiscus back for the third time. It has quickly become a favorite that we all look forward to, and its an honor to share these ingredients with you. As anyone who follows us is aware, we do not take sourcing lightly. We … Continued

THE POWER OF LOCAL

  Sourcing locally and domestically is at the very foundation of Laurel Skin. It all dates back to our farmer’s market days. In the early mornings, before most people would arrive, I would leave my booth to buy Honey, Almonds, Nettles, and Olive Oil. Eventually, famers got to know me and asked me what types … Continued