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Retrospecced | A Sustainable and Charitable Glasses Home Try-On

This post is not sponsored, but Retrospecced sent try-on items free of charge, which I will be sending back after review. Since glasses are a medical item, I decided I wanted to purchase frames myself rather than request free product. I first reached out to Retrospecced nearly two years ago, but I had purchased new …

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Winter Wellness: 8 Conscious Goods & Activities For Mental and Physical Health

Sponsored. I selected & purchased products for this post with a combination of store credit and cold, hard cash. Willkommen to my brand new monthly series, Monthly Favorites. Each month I choose a theme and select products and activities that align with it. I am really excited about this format because, 1. flatlays are fun, …

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A Surprising Cold Sore Remedy: Akamai Multi-Use Products Review

Akamai sent me products for review & this post contains affiliate links.  Let me start off this review by saying that I don’t like multi-use products as a rule. I find that in almost all cases, they serve one purpose really well and disappoint in other categories, so my normal beauty/personal care routine contains distinct …

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The 2 All Natural Skincare Products I Recommend to Everyone I Know

Post contains affiliate links I think I first heard about SW Basics from an ethical blogger, but I can’t remember which one. The concept is simple, like its name implies: uncomplicated, sustainable, minimal formulas. At first I turned up my nose at the idea of buying luxury skincare made of grocery store standbys like olive …

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Empty Claims & Empty Bellies: Why All Natural Isn’t Always Better, with Dr. Epstein-Levi

This post was written by my friend, Dr. Rebecca Epstein-Levi, a professor and writer working at the intersection of religion and bioethics. If there’s one thing the ethical blogging niche needs, it’s more experts, so I’m thankful that Rebecca agreed to write this piece for StyleWise.   Nature has no preference for good things over …

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A Happy Accident: Causebox Spring Subscription Box Review

Contains affiliate links Welp, I pulled a Leah and accidentally purchased the Spring Causebox subscription box. You may be asking yourself how that’s possible. I subscribed to Causebox in December because I wanted to give some of the items in the box as gifts (which, by the way, worked out wonderfully. Lower cost, beautifully curated …

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