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Though the Rocky Mountain area is dry year round, the winter months are particularly harsh on hair and skin. That’s why Crystal George, a Utah native, launched her line of natural beauty products that moisturize and sooth thirsty tresses and dermis.
The product line is called Juniper Desert, and was formulated by George to solve discomfort she saw in her friends who wanted to enjoy the outdoors but still look and feel good.
“The winter climate in the West causes itchiness, rashes and static, while summers leave our hair and skin dry from swimming, sun, and wind burns,” said George. “I wanted a natural solution that leaves you feeling and smelling sexy, not medicinal.”
Juniper Desert products include hair products such as shampoo and conditioner, and skin items including salve, scrub, and serum. George’s formulas are based on nourishing, minimalist ingredients including juniper berries, apricot kernel oil, cedar wood, French lavender, Nopal cactus, and milk thistle.
As a member of the charity organization 1% For The Planet, the company donates 1 percent of all profits to Village Focus International, a charity organization that helps build villages in Laos and Cambodia.
For more information, or to order product, visit: http://juniperdesert.com/.