Monday, January 11, 2021

Yes She May #ValentinesDay2021 #SelfCare2021

Yes She May is an online shop for well-designed products in fashion, wellness, beauty, and home from women-owned brands. Yes She May believes female founders have a deeper understanding of consumers’ pain points and deliver better products than established brands. Their online platform allows you to discover and support women-owned business around the world. For Valentine's Day, put together a nice package for your loved ones, like the awesome one I received from Yes She May. I got absolutely spoiled, and I love it all! These products fall within my new mantra for 2021 to take care of myself - self care, renewal, me-time!
Green Tea Water Bomb Moisturizer - for all skin types, by Bonajour, a vegan, cruelty free skincare line, created by a young Korean woman, Dahae Kim, after her years-long struggle with sensitive skin. Bonajour works with experts on natural cosmetics, and invests an average of 550+ days in research/testing to create products from ingredients sourced close to earth. 
Down Under Rub - a CBD and botanically-derived essential oil blend for discomfort, sore muscles, and joints, and localized pains. Company co-founder Heidi Millar saw CBD’s positive effects after her diagnosis with thyroid cancer and a genetic disorder that causes numerous health concerns; she and Jen Engevik source pesticide-free, cruelty free CBD from a sustainable farm in Oregon. 
Mala Travel Spray - Crisp and sheer, this artisan perfume was inspired by a botanical species native to Appalachia. Blending precious absolutes and plant essences with biodegradable, vegan aromatics, the scent is naturalistic and long-wearing. The brand is named for a legendary Appalachian herbalist who shared her foraging and compounding skills with girls in her community who are now the women behind the company. 
Turkish Towel - a line of ethically conscious resort wear and home textiles crafted from natural fibers hand-loomed in Turkey. The quick-drying towel is fabulous for beach/boating, but can also be used as a scarf or a sarong. Co-founder Cigdem Toraman was inspired by her upbringing in a Turkish fishing village where women wove their own fabrics. Female business partner Nilufer Senen thrives on sharing this type of local artistry. 
Minis by Seen - a haircare line from Harvard-trained dermatologist Dr. Iris Rubin, who found patients were struggling with breakouts from other hair products. Her solutions are color-safe; clinically proven to be non-irritating and not to clog pores; and formulated without sulfates, silicones, phthalates, parabens, dyes, gluten, or animal testing. 
Check it all out at Yes She May on Facebook, as well as Yes She May on Instagram.
Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. I have used direct text from the website of the company/product I am promoting to facilitate in my review.

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