We've added several new products to our line-up:
Mangosteen & Açaí Berry: A refreshing fragrance coupled with some of nature's best antioxidants to help fight free radicals and boost skin cell regeneration. Enjoy these benefits in our exclusive Shea Butter Sugar Scrub, Hydrating Body Milk, Shea Butter Body Wash and our new Trilogy Body Butter™.
Trilogy Body Butter™: Indulge your skin with the triple moisturizing power of Trilogy Body Butter™. Replenishes skin with Mango, Shea and Cocoa Butters and helps to sustain moisture throughout the day. Infused with beneficial botanical extracts and nutritive oils to protect, renew and rejuvenate your skin.
- Goji Berry & Quinoa Seed: A fresh berry blend with the powerful punch of organic Quinoa Seed. Goji berry boasts one of the highest levels of free-radical fighting antioxidants of all the superfruits. We team this awesome performer with organic Quinoa (pronounced /keen-wah/ ), the "Mother of all Grains" for gentle exfoliation in our Shea Butter Sugar Scrub, and Quinoa Seed Oil to impart moisture benefits and high levels of tocopherols.
- Bidwell Botanicals Home Care: We can't wait to introduce our new line of natural home care products! Refresh your home and laundry with natural essential oils, vegetable based cleansers and aromatherapy scents like Ruby Red Grapefruit and Lavender Fields to help create a relaxing and inviting atmosphere in your home. You might even enjoy the cleaning process and we know you will appreciate the results.
Last, but not least, we welcome our new employee, Megan, and look forward to her help in the packaging & shipping department. She comes to us with years of experience in retail and we plan to put her experience to good use as we pick out our holiday '08 gift packaging this summer.
I'm off to plant more heirloom tomatoes and peppers. We grow organic veggies and herbs every summer in our kitchen/deck garden and in the bigger garden in the yard. This year we've added several new heirloom types including the Black Krim and Black Cherry Tomatoes. They grow alongside of our fave Cherokee Purples, Sweet Basil, Greek Oregano, and varieties of peppers, summer squash and eggplants. The raspberries and blueberries are fruiting heavily this year. I see some delicious preserves in our future. I hope you can get out and get a bit dirty this weekend too.