"Linné's founder, Jenna believes in feeding your skin in the same way you feed your body- wholesome and naturally. This green cleanser feels like a (slightly exfoliating) smoothie for your face (seriously, read the ingredients, you could probably eat it). http://www.garancedore.com/theminis/face-cleanse/
Hair, Beard, and Face Oil: Linné Repair Rosehip, coconut, and green tea are some of the antioxidant-rich, cellular-regenerating ingredients in this hero product from the unisex small-batch, live-organic Linné range. Products are so fresh, they come with expiration dates, and they’re so versatile, you can use it everywhere that needs a little repairing. $72; linnebotanicals.com.
Custom-made bath soak workshop at AWAY Travel NYC. Guests were invited to create a bath tonic from mineralizing bath salts, detoxifying clays, rejuvenating powders and a collection of over 30 therapeutic grade essential oils.
My other mantra is "hydration, hydration, hydration." I start the day with apple cider vinegar and with a dash of local honey, and then I drink lots of water to flush my system early in the day. I drink water all day long and believe in face moisturizing twice daily too. Every evening I apply Linne Botanicals Face Serum Oil generously after washing with their Purify Face Wash. http://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-27091/the-founders-of-serenebook-spill-their-inspirations-beauty-rituals.html
Emily's Pick: Linné Botanicals Balance Face Oil I've spent most of my life with dry skin and no pimples—but for the last six to 12 months, I've had a new couple of bumps every few weeks. I suspect a couple of culprits: not moisturizing enough, while simultaneously not knowing what to do about hormonal oiliness. After what feels like countless rounds of trial and error, I've landed on an oil targeted at balancing oil production. It helps treat the problem before it starts, while still hydrating at the same time. —EF