Throughout the years, we have observed how women are capable accomplishing great things. There are moments in history, where women have outperformed men in business. ‘I have never worked a day in my life without selling. If I believe in something, I sell it, and I sell it hard‘; this bold statement does not come from a male tycoon, but from Estee Lauder herself.
I’ve encountered coworkers who, leave mess in the common areas, refuse to clean refrigerators of their spoiled food, clip finger nails, speak the first thing on their mind and do not take responsibility for their poor coworker behavior. Great at their profession and horrible as a coworker because of their bad human behavior. I can only imagine how these people are with their family and friends.
The beauty in applying natural ingredients to your skin or ingesting into your body is when you are able to easily note what each of the ingredients are without the assistance of a Google lookup. There are products on the shelves that have scientific names for the ingredients used, but be careful because they may not all technically natural. Saige and Ivy products each have a short list of ingredients that you will know of because you may have used it before.
With illness and ultimately the death of my last grandparent, I started to review my own beauty regimens and the contents that I use on a daily basis. Switching toothpastes, deodorants, moisturizers and of course hair products. Some aren’t as easy to transition to (love my Colgate) but if my grandmother could use baking soda as a deodorant for decades, I figured I could look into a more healthy option for myself. I received Saige and Ivy in a self-care subscription box and was hooked.