Roses are beauty to me. As aromatherapy, the scent of rose and its natural chemistry help to balance love energy and create more open-heartedness. In beauty, the rose is moisturizing and rejuvenating. You can eat organic roses and experience their magic on a higher level. And, of course, roses are gorgeous, too! This week, celebrity makeup artist and balanced beauty expert Chantal Moore brings us a balanced beauty product rich in roses and rejuvenation!
From Chantal: “I always have an eye out for unique, rose scented products. They are not common. I mentioned my love for rose on set and was told about this organic, Rose Damask essential oil, sea salt/Epsom salt bath blend by Willamina Modern Apothecary. This lovely brand produces some amazing products which are all organic, chemical and paraben-free. The line is handcrafted with locally sourced ingredients in Portland, Oregon. This Rose Bath Soak pampers, softens and heals skin while it soothes your mind with the aroma of delicate rose. A bath is such a simple yet luxurious treat that I love to indulge in and consider essential to my well-being.
I loved discovering Willamina Modern Apothecary on the web and exploring the line. They have a great brand philosophy that I learned from their website- “Willamina Modern Apothecary is committed to naturally preserving your beauty without negatively affecting your health, or the health of our planet.” There is a lot of goodness to check out at the Willamina Modern Apothecary website. Find it all here.“
Chantal Moore works closely with some of the biggest names in music, fashion and film. Her beauty and makeup advice regularly appears in such magazines as InStyle and Glamour, and she has appeared on television as a beauty expert for E! Entertainment Television, The Style Network and Fine Living Network. In 2009, she became Beauty Editor for the online lifestyle magazine Tangerine Living. In 2010, Chantal appeared on the MSN.com Kellogg’s Special K-sponsored series The Victory Project as resident Beauty Expert. She also appeared on the NBC series Fashion Star , lending her beauty expertise to the design team.