By Amalia Bentivoglio
Photography courtesy of Consonant Skincare
Beauty is exuded from the inside out, but it can also be enhanced from the outside in – Consonant Skincare and Fresh.Beautiful are creating an experience that is doing just that.
Bill Baker, founder of Consonant, created a skincare line that keeps true to his philosophy – “What goes on your body goes in your body” – with a focus on natural and organic products.
The collaboration with Fresh.Beautiful’s Stephanie Anne Daga allows for a combination of Fresh.Beautiful’s Crystal Microdermabrasion and low-light therapy treatment with Consonant’s organic serums, creating a facial experience that will reveal a rejuvenated, glowing and healthy complexion.
Consonant has also teamed up with the Canadian Breast Cancer Support Fund and created Causemetics – Help Some-Body Soap. All sales of this fabulous grapefruit and florarosa-scented soap will go directly towards this great charity, founded by Donna Sheehan, a breast cancer survivor herself, to help cancer patients with the financial burdens of dealing with this illness.
Consonant’s philanthropic nature and organic-driven products have gotten the attention of many in the industry with products like the Organic Foaming Face Wash and Organic Hand Cream, which was recently voted the best in Canada.
If you’ve never had a facial, let Consonant Skincare and Fresh.Beauty be your first, or even your second…you won’t regret it. Stop by their flagship store or visit their website for their upcoming Pop Up Facial Spa this month.
The pop-up will run from Tuesday, November 19 until Sunday, November 24, in Toronto. FAJO‘s readers can book an appointment by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 416-295-2855