A polluted environment, plus the chemicals/ artificial ingredients in many personal care products can affect our health and weaken our immune systems. We can’t always change our environment, but we can change the products we use.
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The Trendy Tots Pop Up Shop is coming up on Saturday, November 7th hosted by Beluga Baby at Architek Offices in Vancouver and will feature a variety of great Vancouver- based brands. See below for the details.
Brands to Shop
Bebe De Luxe (organic coconut oat bath, free of nasties & perfect for you or your little one)
Emerson Apparel (free spirited kid clothing- don’t miss their ‘Wanderlust’ tees!)
Glitter and Spice (chewable teething jewellery & kid- safe accessories)
Westcoast Baby (bamboo fibre layette pieces in beautiful prints)
King and Sage (gender neutral tees for your kiddos)
From the Seeds (canvas buckets and home accents- perfect to corral toys!)
Beansie Baby (adorable baby & toddler clothing)
Beluge Baby (fashionable & comfortable baby wraps)
#202 28 West 7th, Vancouver BC
Saturday, November 7th
12pm – 4pm
Enter from the alleyway
Knowing that I’m always on the look out for quality options to try out, and wanting to support the founder as she prepared to enter an exciting time growing her business, my Mum shared some of the products with me and suggested I look into the brand for our family. I was not only impressed by the products that I tried, I was inspired by the story of how the lady behind this brand has taken her passion and turned it into a successful business. Of course, having some technological knowhow does help you to extend the reach of your online business to more potential customers; Shopify SEO strategies can help those out looking to get their sites featured higher in Google’s search results. I reached out to Kiley and asked if I could share her story on the blog, because of both my personal passion for supporting natural brands, and as an inspiring success story for others who want to pursue something they are passionate about. Her story is proof that it may take time and patience, but passion and dedication can take you to amazing places…
Research has found that our indoor air quality can be upward of 1,000 times more toxic than outdoor air. This is largely due to all the chemicals we bring into our homes from the cleaning products, laundry products, personal care products etc that we use. Many of these chemicals we use directly on our skin which ultimately finds its way into our blood stream. These chemical compounds also have a direct link to hypersensitivity in children, asthma, allergies, and some terminal illnesses.
Kiley has built up her business which now offers a wide variety of products that include bamboo- fiber cleaning cloths, personal care and baby products, household cleaners, water conservation products, bulk herbs, herbal remedies, teas and has just introduced cereal into it’s product lineup. Her products can now be found across Canada and in high end health spas. Consistent with it’s mission- “To improve health and take into consideration the delicate balance of our bodies and our environment”– and in an effort to be eco- friendly, all products are available in bulk in the company store in Coldstream to encourage the use of refillable containers. The company also offers workshops to teach those interested how to get ‘Back to Earth’.
Okanagan Valley that are infused into organic olive oil for 8-10 weeks before being added to local bees wax. This product works over night on diaper rash, as a
natural afterbite, belly butter, or moisturizer.
Okanagan Valley infused into organic liquid coconut oil with 100%
therapeutic grade essential oils. Used to aid in the
relief congestion and in place of commercial chemical vapor rubs.
Apply to the bottoms of the feet, chest, neck, under the nose and on the
ears. This product is made with little ones in mind and is safe for children.
Visit the Back to Earth website to learn more and view their product range.
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