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Drugstore Delight: EOS Lip Balm

EOS Organic Smooth Spheres lip balms in Sweet Mint and Pomegranate Raspberry

A green beauty routine doesn't always mean paying an arm and a leg or going out of your way to source niche products, and EOS lip balm ($4.29 at London Drugs) is proof positive of that. I remember trying one in a lemony flavour when they first came out; at the time it didn't impress me too much aside from its distinctive egg shape. Either my preferences have evolved or the formula has improved, but when the EOS PR team sent me a full assortment of lip balms to try this winter, I found I really liked them this time around. They're a true Drugstore Delight, especially if you're taking your first baby steps into the world of natural beauty and skincare.

Product Review: Rocky Mountain Soap Co. & Caudalie Natural Skincare

Rocky Mountain Soap Co. Transformative Cleansing Oil and Hydrating Toner, Caudalie Makeup Removing Cleansing Oil

As I mentioned in a previous post, I've been dealing with some health issues and am hoping that switching over to natural products in my daily routine wherever possible will help. Now, I'm not an extreme green convert who believes conventional lipstick will kill you and there are some regular cosmetics I just can't quit. That being said, I figure if I can green up the skincare and grooming products I use daily, I can still decrease my exposure to endocrine-disrupting ingredients and lessen the overall chemical load on my body's natural detoxification systems (liver, kidneys, digestion, lymph nodes, etc.). Every little bit helps, right?

New & Noteworthy: Dior Addict Lip Sugar Scrub

Flatlay featuring Dior Addict Lip Sugar Scrub

Just in time for Valentine's Day and inspired by Dior's backstage secrets, Dior Addict Lip Sugar Scrub ($41) is a veritable sweet treat for the lips. It's the product you didn't think you needed, but somehow worms its way into your life and your makeup bag as an essential—and that's saying a lot considering I'm not usually a lip scrub girl.

Introducing India Rose Cosmeticary

India Rose Cosmeticary storefront office desk

I'm always up for visiting new indie beauty boutiques around the city, so when word of one between the West Side and Arbutus Ridge reached me, of course I was game to check it out. India Rose Cosmeticary had already been open for 8 months by the time I stopped by on one brisk December day, and I was so pleased to discover that its eponymous owner India Daykin is just as charming as her retail space devoted to all things beauty and self care. If you haven't made the trek out to Mackenzie Street to visit India Rose Cosmeticary yourself, here's what you need to know!

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