I have been on the hunt for some locally made and organic skincare products and I think I just hit the jackpot with Wild Hill Botanicals. I honestly have nothing bad to say about these products because everything is so beautiful and pure from the ingredients right down to the packaging. I have been using the Nootka Rose Cleansing Clay as an exfoliator and face mask a few times a week and love the gentle exfoliation and how soft it makes skin feel. I keep a bottle of the Nootka Rose Toner next to my desk and spritz it on my face throughout the day as a quick pick me up and refresher. Every night I apply the Blackberry Face Serum combined with the Wild Rose and Neroli Night Cream and when I wake up my skin feels so soft and hydrated. My favourite product from this collection is the Wild Rose night cream because of the beautiful rose scent and it makes me skin feel nourished when I wake up in the morning.
Wild Hill Botanicals is a farm based green beauty brand with a Pacific Northwest focus.
Our formulations turn on sustainably wild-crafted and certified organic botanicals, mineral-rich clays and salts and cold pressed organic oils. Each step of production is done by hand in small batches designed and crafted with natural skin care in mind.
“We need the tonic of wildness” said Thoreau, and the truth of that is more real in this era than we might like to imagine. Similar to the restorative power of a walk in the woods, our guiding principle with Wild Hill is to deliver a little of nature into everyday beauty rituals and self-care.
Beautiful sunset along Dallas Road
My latest article from Monday Magazine features my #maketheswitch experience with The Green Kiss. Check out my full article here to find out about my experience of switching over to green and pure cosmetics. It is still a work in progress for me but I am slowly switching over and making a conscious effort to look at labels and know the ingredients in my skincare and beauty products.
Watching the sunset and enjoying the best pizza in town from Pizzeria Prima Strada
Best locally made organic cider from Sea Cider
I completed two more illustrations this week. Still playing around with logo ideas.