Putting The Green In Greenpoint: Anima Mundi Opens Apothecary And Factory In Brooklyn
Brooklynites have a new respite from holiday stress, winter colds, migraines, insomnia and whatever else may ail them: Medicinal herb and ingestible brand Anima Mundi’s handmade elixirs, tinctures, tonics and powders are now available at the company’s new 2,500-square-feet apothecary and factory in the thriving Brooklyn neighborhood of Greenpoint.
Behind The Booths: Indie Beauty Brand Founders Talk About Trade Show And Pop-Up Experiences
In this edition of Beauty Independent’s ongoing series posing questions to beauty entrepreneurs, we ask 16 founders and executives: What has your trade show, pop-up, gift suite or farmers market experience been like, and what would you recommend to other brands based on that experience?
Gurl Gone Green’s Suzi Swope Helps Natural Beauty Product Users Look Their Best With Spot-On Tips
Whipping on subtle lip gloss isn’t too difficult, but most women benefit from a bit of guidance when beautifying gets more complicated. That’s where Suzi Swope of Gurl Gone Green comes in. A former salon owner and hairstylist, she’s the go-to natural beauty influencer for identifying flawless foundation, perfecting eyeshadow application, achieving beachy waves ...
Beauty Not As Pain, But A Remedy For It
Former yoga teacher and nutrition coach Zander Gladish wasn’t inclined to take painkillers, but pain in his shoulder, spine and under his arm from T4 Syndrome in addition to a loss of strength and dexterity was pushing him to that point. In a last-ditch attempt to stave off swallowing pills, Gladish turned to a ...
Do+Little Does A Lot To Give Kids Haircare They Really, Really Like
Most young kids will adamantly tell you they’re not babies, but do+little creator Regan Burns discovered many of the haircare products purporting to be for their tyke tresses are rather babyish. The mother of two decided she’d give discerning big girls and boys — and equally discerning parents — products to suit their budding their ...