At Love, Mom we’re obsessed with good-for-you beauty brands, especially ones created by like-minded mamas. With the focus on using plant-based ingredients, Toronto-based Graydon Moffat created Graydon Skincare, a luxury beauty brand whose message is about making healthier choices — inside and out.
With the growing number of organic baby products cluttering up store shelves it’s easy to become overwhelmed, which is why Enamour is a breath of fresh air. Created by Montreal-based…
Lately I’ve been obsessed with Dr.Roebucks, an Aussie beauty company that totally ‘gets’ my good-for-you beauty jam. An all-natural based brand, Dr. Roebucks has gained a cult-following for those in-the-know. We spoke to its twin founders Kim and Zoe—both moms (hello, #bossmoms!)—about their international appeal and why Canadian women can’t seem to get enough of it.
The Honest Company helmed by Jessica Alba and Christopher Gavigan (FYI: he also happens to be Jessica Capshaw’s huzz) carries everything from tampons and diapers to deodorants and laundry detergent. We were lucky enough to ask Christopher some questions about their non-toxic and clean products and here’s what he said.
As moms we’re all trying to make healthy, clean choices and going green when it comes to what we put on our skin is a step in the right direction.. But in a sea of products touting organic, natural, all-natural and pure on the labels, how do we really know what’s good-for us? Beauty Director Lesa Hannah has some answers.
Lesa Hannah doesn’t mince words when it comes to decoding organic products. She’s seen and tried pretty much all of them thanks to her job as Beauty Director at FASHION magazine. Here are the must-haves that have her love and attention.
Stacey Davis has been hard at work on LoveFresh since 2007. She got inspired to trying something new after her work as a stay-at-home mom started to wind down during her 40s and proves it’s never too late to kickstart an idea.
After meeting Christy Coleman, I immediately want to hang with her. She’s friendly, funny (and NOT in a forced, ‘I’m-only-here-to-do-PR kind of way) and she’s wearing one of my favourite uniforms: White button-up shirt, rolled up jeans, and the best sneakers, ever (*apologies: I accidentally deleted the photo of her trainers), which she tells me are from Burberry and, not as comfortable as they look.