she leads and learns

Cleopatra Chamomile

Cleopatra Chamomile Tea Bath

In 1st c. BCE even Cleopatra found time to relax with her legendary tea and milk bath after a long day of ruling Egypt. You too can harness the power and radiant skin of the Egyptian Queen with our Cleo Chamomile tea bath. Made to Cleo’s liking with fresh chamomile tea, rose buds, and milk powder with the addition of our modern day epsom salts and essential oils. Now is the time to treat yourself like a queen.

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Cleopatra chamomile

    Year: 52 BC

    Cultural Identity: Ethnically Greek, Culturally Egyptian

    Fragrance Notes: Floral

We look to Cleopatra as a great leader, known as the Queen of Egypt and last Pharoah to rule. Cleopatra led with confidence and charisma, while also being a mother to three. Many sources say that her charm was a result of her intellect, voice, and ability to make herself agreeable to all. It was her inward beauty and diligence to her work that magnified her physical attractiveness. Like Cleopatra, we believe women have leadership traits that are unique and have the power to transform the office or the home. 

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She creates and conserves

geisha green

geisha green, The ARtisan

    Year: 1750

    Cultural Identity: Japanese born and bred

    Fragrance Notes: Earthy

We are inspired by the skilled artistry of geishas in traditional and modern day Japanese culture. Commonly misconstrued and misunderstood as glorified prostitutes, geisha purely means “to entertain”. They were and still are masters of various traditional dance, musical instruments, poetry, calligraphy, and tea ceremony. In the face of rapidly changing times, a primary goal of geishas are to preserve appreciation of traditional life. In this way, these highly talented women embody the preservation of time and history through the arts. Like the Geisha, we believe women can be highly creative and innovative when it comes to making. 

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She is the culture

persephone pomegranate

She provides and persists

persephone, the nurturer

    Year: Legendary

    Cultural Identity: Greek, or so the story goes

    Fragrance Notes: Fruity

Originally the Greek goddess of spring and rebirth, legends described Persephone as a radiant spirit who spent her days surrounded by beautiful fauna and flora. Believed to be a naturally nurturing spirit, Persephone could charm even her quiet husband Hades, the god of the Underworld. Despite circumstances that were less than ideal in her past, Persephone was devoted and persistent in making the most of her present. She brought spring and harvest each year without fail, demonstrating a consistency of character in service. Like Persephone, we believe in the strength of women to be kind and to persevere in difficulty. 

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