All in Health

Brands Empower Palette Is Loving

Today, I’m sharing some of my favorite products and brands I’m loving right now. There are lots of cart-worthy products in this post. I love learning about what works for you, my readers as well. Don’t hesitate to try products on the blog and let me know how they work for you.

Cruelty-Free and Natural Alternative Muscle Relief

Sore and achy muscles come with the territory of working out and aging (which starts at about age 18). There are a lot of medicines, pills and patches for soreness and pain, but I want to share natural alternatives. The best ways to relieve soreness and pain are eating fruits, vegetables and drinking water, deep tissue massages/breaking fascia, stretching, bath soaks, and natural topical relief.

Refillable + Non-Toxic Cleaning Supplies from 4 Brands

Forget disinfectant sprays that equal death and poison or cleaning supplies that cause you to hold your breath. We want products that smell yummy, clean well, are safe for us, the little ones and our adorable pets.

I’ve listed 4 brands (2 subscription and 2 non-subscription) that sell refillables for less plastic and less waste! One of the brands is a personal favorite of mine.

4 Ocean-Inspired Skincare Brands Perfect For Summer

It’s summer and I’m currently on vacation and feeling the ocean/pool vibes! The ocean is filled with so much life, nutrients and minerals that I was inspired to blog about brands that capture the benefits of the ocean in a bottle. The star ingredients in this post are seaweed, algae and sea salt. I’m VERY excited for you to read this post! 😘🌊☀️

Shop to Support Female Refugees

Today, I’m sharing how you can support women refugees and their families. Families are torn apart by war and unspeakable violence.

These brands and organizations are focused on giving refugees a chance to rebuild and grow their lives. By shopping, you support refugee jobs and the education of adults and children.

Palm Oil Is A Cruelty-Free Friend, Not Enemy

You’ve probably heard the horror stories about palm oil. Orphaned orangutans, rainforests destroyed, smoldering fires that pollute the air. The imagery is intense.

HOWEVER, palm oil is actually an inherently sustainable and nutrient-dense oil.

The PROBLEM is the WAY in which most palm oil is being produced.