Hygge - Seed Style
I remember when I was looking for my house in New Jersey. I had just moved from my home state of Minnesota, I was separated on the way to divorce, and I was looking for a place to feel good.
Interestingly, I wasn't looking for it to be exactly what I wanted, I was going to make it what I wanted. So the green carpeting and the green walls and the wallpaper...all of it, I could live with it for a while while I made it my own.
But I had to have the fireplace. And the deck that overlooked a small creek. I needed to feel cozy. When the real estate agent told me that the previous owners (there was only one family in this 1960 home) loved Christmas, I felt it was karma.
When my current husband and I found Seed, it was important that the brand felt good. Everything about it - how it felt when it was on, the natural fragrance, how you felt about the ingredients. That's comfort to me, too. And I genuinely hope it brings you some Hygge.
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Green Tea is a powerhouse antioxidant which has been shown to significantly promote collagen synthesis. It may also help to slow down the skin glycation process.
Choosing body care products formulated with Green Tea can help minimize the signs of skin aging caused by dietary indiscretions such as excess sugar consumption, which causes skin glycation. What is glycation? Simply put, it is the process of sugar proteins damaging the collagen and elastin in the skin. Too much sugar ages your skin, according to scientific research.
Green Tea is protective.
The EGCG in Green Tea also helps protect against free radicals. Free radicals not only impact your health, but they negatively impact your skin. UV damage, smoke and other pollutants can wreak havoc on your skin, accelerating the aging process and damaging cells. This damage causes collagen and elastin to break down, making you look older, as we just mentioned with the glycation process.
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Have you ever felt duped? Imagine going to a bakery and ordering a chocolate chip cookie only to bite into it and realize that it didn't contain any chocolate chips at all. Or chocolate of any kind - just something that SMELLED like chocolate. Wouldn't you feel let down?
The same thing happens day in and day out in the health and beauty niche.