In this edition: Libre Tea travel glasses, Fibre Tibet hand knit scarves, Electric Love dream catchers, In2Green throws, Shea Terra body butter, Cayouchi organic robes and more. We share some of our favorite winter comforts.
Libre Tea Travel Tea-Glass Infusers, $24-29 (above)
What a clever, beautiful glass and cool way to brew or travel with your loose leaf tea! Take it anywhere. Your purchase supports a women-owned company. Learn more about founder Wendy Weir and purchase your glass at Libretea.com. Use promo code SERENE15% (expires February 8th) for special savings!
Fibre Tibet Shawls and Wraps, from $125
The incredibly beautiful cashmere has been collected by Tibetan nomads and is woven into shawls by women in Tibet, Newari and Nepal. Click here to shop their collection, and learn more about their story at FibreTibet.com.
Coyuchi Grand Velour Organic Robe, $128
It’s plush terry on the inside, and a silky velour on the outside. Organic cottons sourced and woven in Turkey. Coyuchi does a nice job telling their brand story in their video here. We love to support companies with a commitment to the greater good and an eco health Earth! Click here for the robe, or click here to learn the story of the California-based company/meet the team. -Coyuchi.com
Dream catchers from Electric Love NYC
Shown: Lemuria Full in Snow Quartz White and Atlantis in Barktan
Made in New York City by Hitomi Matarese & Charlie Walker
To see more visit ElectricLoveNYC.com or email them for orders/inquiries.
In2Green Birch Tree Throw, $165
Woman-owned, USA made In2Green uses recycled cotton yarn in their blankets. View the birch and other prints at Abe’s Market.
Navitas Cacao Powder, $10 (8oz)
Not to be confused with the overproduced Americanized “cocoa”, the Mexican, Central and South American superfood cacao has been an ancient source of wellness for thousands of years. As one of the most richest sources of antioxidants found in nature (magnesium and iron in particular), ground down cacao powder offers a variety of uses, from baking to hot cacao. Check SERENE later this week for a powerful and delicious morning hot cacao drink that will boost your day and help support your body’s performance. Scoop up your cacao, and learn more about the conscious, family owned company here.
We love a good warm cozy slipper with a hard bottom. What’s also nice is the cruelty-free faux sherling lining and their buy one, give one program. You can find the slippers here.
Hailing from southern Africa, the butter-pecan scented marula fruit is known for it’s anti-aging properties, as a potent antioxidant, it helps ward off collagen-damaging free-radicals. Fair trade Malawi cane sugar buffs away dead skin cells and sustainable organic shea butter (at a 30 percent concentration) offers hours of moisturizing, healing relief. Plus, proceeds give back to people and wildlife in Africa. Learn more about their story here, or try the butter for yourself at BeautySage.com