LilFox Botanicals is a new luxury organic skincare line that is free of synthetic fragrances. sulfates, gmo’s and paragons.  The ingredients are ethically sourced, organic and wild harvested.  LilFox has high quality ingredients and still remains delicate and gentle. All of the products are concentrated essential oils produced from steam distillation of plant matter. The products are packaged in Miron Violet Glass containers which keep the integrity of the ingredients because light can make natural ingredients less potent. These dark glass containers protects them. I love everything about LilFox, from the packaging, to the scents and the textures of the products and most importantly the way they make my skin glow.  LilFox has high quality ingredients and I love that it’s organic and ethically sourced.  I tried several products from the line and was not disappointed.  I also love the playful names. The products that I tried from LilFox Botanicals are…

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  Jesse Golden is a model, a certified Hatha Yoga teacher and a holistic health practitioner. Jesse started her career as a professional Ballerina and danced with the Fort Worth ballet.  At 17 she started her modeling career where she had campaigns with many brands including Abercrombie and Fitch.  Things took a turn for her when she found out she had an auto-immune disease called Rheumatoid Arthritis which lead to her being bedridden.  Through holistic healing, yoga and determination she healed herself.  After her struggle with Rheumatoid Arthritis she started a blog called the Golden Secrets where she shares her story and what has helped her through it. Today Jesse shares her favorite beauty products with us: I’m very mindful about the products I use, as our skin is our biggest organ so just as I try to steer clear from eating chemicals, I also try to use only organic products…

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When it comes to skin care it can be confusing what to put on your skin and why.  My Boyfriend is a great example he just can’t understand why he has to put different products on his face.  He just wants to wash his face and put moisturizer on.  Then he will watch me layer products and then complain to me why I didn’t tell him to do the same.  This is a simple guide to decoding products and learning what to put on your face and why. You know the basics, wash your face, exfoliate 2-3 times a week and indulge in a face mask every week or so.  The reason we have to put different products on our face is that some ingredients can conflict with active ingredients and sometimes we need a more concentrated amount of an ingredient.  I go to so many of my friends’ homes…

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