Chinese Ink Scented Candle $153
A scented candle made from super fresh ingredients can really lend a stimulating, invisible ambience to a room. The extraordinary Brussels-based Baobab candle collection, each hand-poured into a handmade glass vase, channels historic destinations through meticulously refined fragrances. Chinese Ink, for example, will transport you to the ancient Orient and the energy of calligraphy in motion with its decadent notes of antique wood and jasmine.
Raw Coconut Cream $18+
Coconut oil has emerged as something of a magic elixir of late, and RMS Raw Coconut Cream lives up to the hype. Imagine a natural, organic version of your grandmother's cold cream that, on top of working as an all-in-one makeup remover, cleanser and moisturizer, nourishes hair and lashes and soothes sunburns like only the wonder oil can do.
Marrakech Intense Fragrance $79
Move over patchouli, this intensely musky scent delivers a potent dose of clove, jasmine, and orange that will satisfy any haute hippie’s nose. Developed with the help of French perfumer Barnabé Fillion, the oil-based unisex fragrance takes its narrative from the rich spice culture of Morocco and doesn’t disappoint.
Donate Smiles $5
Family-run Smile Squared donates a bamboo toothbrush to a child in need for each toothbrush purchased, but you can also eschew the brush and still join their altruistic effort with a simple $5 donation. Studies show clean teeth are not only cosmetically uplifting, but regular brushing also prevents heart disease.
Death at Sea
The Handpoker $120
Brooklyn studio Death at Sea turns to a time-honored craft for its latest 3D-printed offering, with the Handpoker—a tool for stick-and-poke tattoos. The palm-sized, stainless steel Handpoker is fueled by designer Matt Cavanaugh's background in architecture and industrial design, and comes in matte, polished gold or polished nickel.
Murray's Original Pomade $3
The pomade of choice for music legend DJ Harvey when he's going for a "Jewish gangster" hairstyle, Murray's Original Pomade was developed in 1926 by Chicago barber C.D. Murray, who wanted to make a high-quality but inexpensive wax-like grooming aid.
Cucumber & Cilantro Glycerine Soap $14
Portland, Maine-based Wary Meyers makes 100% pure vegetable-base glycerine soaps in small batches. The Cucumber and Cilantro combination creates a Rothko-like green and yellow ombre for a bright, fresh and fragrant accent to the bathroom or kitchen sink.
Fındıklı Turkish Towels $20
Handcrafted by a singular artisan in Istanbul, these incredibly soft, striped towels are perfect for the beach or your bathroom. Made with 100% Turkish cotton, the towel’s oversized silhouette offers a modern update on an Old-World luxury.
Fig + Yarrow
Cardamom + Coffee Body Scrub $48
A body scrub you have to purposely refrain from eating is a body scrub worth slathering all over your body. Fig & Yarrow's Cardamom Coffee Scrub lends the riches of its namesake spice and bean for antioxidizing, firming and exfoliating effects.
Earth Tu Face
Petals + Wood Botanic Perfume $78
Earth Tu Face blends Australian sandalwood and rosewood with rose to create the aptly named wood + petals solid perfume, beautifully packaged inside a shell compact. Entirely plant-based, the concoction is derived from the steam essence of its components, and added to a base of safflower oil, vitamin E and unfiltered beeswax.
Wool Dryer Balls $36+
Herbalist Brooke Petry throws a great deal of charm and passion into the unlikely trade of making all-natural woolen dryer balls. The idea behind the balls is to replace the chemical effect of dryer sheets with a reusable alternative. Devotees swear by their power to soften clothes, remove static and reduce drying time for energy efficiency.
Avail Lip Balm With Sunscreen $19
Aesop's Avail lip balm combines the immediate benefits of an all-natural moisturizer (free of silicone, paraffin, beeswax and other animal-derived ingredients) with a proactive UV filters for the ultimate sun shield. This SPF30 lip balm is one to keep on your person all summer long.
No.1 Aknari Brightening Youth Serum $95
After falling ill, sought-after makeup artist Munemi Imai realized the benefits of eating naturally, and embarked on a journey to translate that philosophy to skincare. What she found was the magical prickly pear cactus, from which was derived Mun's Brightening Youth Serum. Combined with rose and argan oils, a few drops promise revitalized, glowing, reverse-aged skin and a makeup primer to boot.
Fox Fodder Farm
Wood and Flower Soaps $12
Brooklyn floral and garden design firm Fox Fodder Farm may be city-based, but they've got their two signature scents, wood and flower, down pat. Organic soaps are hand-poured containing palm and olive oils, with walnut powder and white willow bark in the wood scent and rose and clover in the flower variety.
Save Water Soap $10
Made with organic aloe vera juice with a sugared grapefruit scent, Kala's nine-ounce bar soap serves up more than just suds—see side for a helpful suggestion how to maximize your resources.
Triumph & Disaster
On The Road Travel Grooming Kit $51
Former professional cricket player Dion Nash created a convenient travel set of his mens skincare necessities. The On the Road Travel Edition includes 1-ounce tubes of Triumph & Disaster's YFL wash, Ritual Face Cleanser, Old Fashioned Shave Cream and Gameface Moisturizer—all made with indigenous ingredients like Tamanu oil from Polynesia.