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Self-Care

Self-Care

When you hear the words self-care, what do you think? Do you think… I take care of myself or I don’t have the time for this self-indulgence? If those are the thoughts that come to your mind…you, my dear, are in need of true “self-care.”  I’m here to tell you, self-care is anything but selfish and is so easily overlooked.

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Check out this great article from Italian Reve! An Interview with Terra & Co.'s Co-Founder & Creative Director Azra

Check out this great article from Italian Reve! An Interview with Terra & Co.'s Co-Founder & Creative Director Azra

One of the best and most interesting developments of recent times in cosmetic industry is the newfound respect of the brands towards our Planet: today more than ever, industries have an eye for natural ingredients, sustainability and the preservation of the Earth, fighting an active fight against pollution and waste. Terra & Co. is one of those brands: born and developed by two sisters in Los Angeles, this dental focused brand is an independent project that values beauty as much as it values natural and eco-friendly ingredients.

After all teeth, and a bright smile, are as much a key step of our beauty routine as a flawless skin or an on-point makeup: what’s the point in a perfect appearance when our smile is dull? With a marriage that links beauty and Nature, Terra & Co.’s black technology focuses on activated charcoal toothbrushes and toothpaste, with coconut, peppermint oil and other 100% cruelty-free and safe ingredients (and a packaging that’s fully biodegradable, of course).

We chose to tell you about this brand which is extremely relevant in its respect for the Earth and in its interest in women’s empowerment all over the world, through the voices of its creators: Amra and Azra Hajdarevic, sisters, girlbosses and businesswomen.

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Lady Bosses

Lady Bosses

According to Americanexpress.com, the number of businesses owned by women in the U.S. has more than doubled in the last twenty years.  Women are starting an average of 849 new businesses per day and there are 11.6 million women-owned businesses in the U.S. generating more than 1.7 trillion dollars in revenue.

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