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Winter, and Why We Love Waterless Products

Posted on by Heather Hamilton

Winter, and Why We Love Waterless Products
Fall has transitioned to winter and my skin has been feeling that familiar dryness and sensitivity that comes with the season. We've been running the heater and pulling out the down jackets and boots, while I have also been pulling out my usual winter oils, butters and balms. Nothing says winter ...
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Why I fell in love (again) with Zoe Organics Cream

Posted on by Heather Hamilton

Why I fell in love (again) with Zoe Organics Cream
Part butter, part balm, part cream...this unique, ultra-rich, high-performing product quickly became one of the most popular in the Zoe Organics lineup after its launch in 2011. Originally named "Extreme Cream," it has effectively soothed and restored the driest, most chapped skin, the most fru...
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Natural Dry Skin Remedies on Clementine Daily

Posted on by Lee Wassem

Natural Dry Skin Remedies on Clementine Daily
"The key to sussing out an ultra-rich, truly nourishing moisturizer is to look for waterless formulas. The fewer fillers and more plant oils, the more effective the product will be. We love anything high in shea butter and/or coconut oil, both of which also soothe redness and can be used on face,...
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Katey Denno's Holiday Wish List Day 7 :: Zoe Organics

Posted on by Heather Hamilton

The FINAL day of Katey's Holiday Wish List + 7 Days of Giveaways is here! It's an honor to have made the cut with our best selling product, which recently went through a little name change (from Extreme Cream). Here's what Katey has to say. "Zoe Organics Cream is the perfect cure-all product to ...
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A closer look at Zoe Organics Extreme Cream

Posted on by Heather Hamilton

It has been a while since I have written on our blog, and I wanted to provide at least one more post to conclude our series on Eczema (although this is such an important topic, we will never really be done discussing it). As I was reading through some of the previous posts, I realized that althou...
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