A blog from our founders:
What we know, what we’re still learning, and what’s next
It’s 7:30 am, and you’re in front of the mirror again. It’s a routine you could do with your eyes closed-rifling through your makeup bag, applying foundation, concealer, mascara, blush, and you’re out the door… But you’ve been wondering lately: “Should I switch some of these products for “healthier” alternatives? Do I need to clean up my beauty routine?”
Turmeric might be a spice from the Stone Age, but it’s never been more relevant than today, in this modern era of health and wellness challenges.
With more people than ever before suffering from chronic pain, stress, inflammation, and anxiety, people are on the hunt for natural alternatives to prescription drugs (and the often undesirable side-effects.)
You know that loooooong list of ingredients on the back of your personal care products? You know, your soaps, shampoo, sunscreen, deodorant, etc.?
Some probably aren't as safe as you'd hope.
And as a team of founders who value our health, we know that you do your best to find products that are clean.
Have you noticed that it can be incredibly challenging to get to the bottom of what products you own that contain honest and clean ingredients versus and what companies are just good at marketing?
So how do you work out what’s safe? What should you look out for? Read on to learn more.
When you have pain or discomfort that doesn’t seem to calm down for long, even with treatment, it can significantly impact your day-to-day (and even moment-to-moment) enjoyment of life.
When it comes to the products I use and the food I eat, I try always to make clean and healthy choices. So when Kaley and I founded Sagely Naturals, we both knew that having a product safe for our children, our moms, family, and friends was essential. We decided to intentionally source our ingredients so that our products contain zero parabens, sulfates, artificial colors or...
What is Inflammation?
Inflammation is a natural response from your body to help you fight against foreign substances; however that doesn’t mean inflammation is always good for you. Your diet can have a heavy impact on your body, and can alleviate or exacerbate your inflammation. We’ve compiled a list of foods to eat and avoid if inflammation is affecting you.