In a day and age when more moms are bringing their ever-younger daughters for manicures and pedicures, never mind facials, I am surprised to see how little knowledge is passed on. like lost recipes (or the importance of keeping them alive to tell a family story) self-care, as passed from parent to child, should be cultivated.
For centuries, poets and painters have romanticized the advent of spring – the parting of gray skies and budding of cherry blossoms; the freedom in baring arms and legs, raising faces to the sun. And the amorous awakening to love.
Our daily lives can be chaotic.
Sometimes, we find time to take care of our work obligations, our home, our car, our pets, our loved ones, but forget to take care of the one who is taking care of all else: ourselves.
When it comes to wellness, less is more. Our wellness rituals are simple and pure.
At red flower, we believe in the importance of creating the finest quality products in limited quantities. It’s vital to discover beauty globally to have truly transformative offerings, but it’s also vital to spend the time on our customers so they, too, learn to luxuriate in the sensuous delights that come from using a great product. And our specially crafted “hero products” are developed with the company’s philosophy of engaging in sustainable and environmentally friendly practices instead of mass-produced overconsumption.
Most dear to my heart is the ritual of Beauty.
Through it all, I ground myself in rituals of comfort. Rituals that keep the worlds within our minds and bodies calm even when the various worlds we move in might not be.
Please join us in the next round of groundbreaking changes that speak to our promise of sustainability and innovation.
Our products will now be delivered to you with no excess exterior packaging in more space-efficient case packs to accentuate the essence of Red Flower - our all-natural, toxin-free, concentrated nutrients, self-care beauty practice, micro-batched by hand in greater New York soul. It's going to be a much happier day for an awful lot of trees.
I lived in Japan for many years; it is my home away from home. A Japanese aesthetic deeply informs much of red flower’s feel. In creating red flower japan, our first treatment collection, the design and graphics express the deep spiritual, emotional, symbolic, health, and ceremonial aspects of traditional onsen bathing. I have been to more than a hundred onsen, studied tea ceremony and ikebana, worked with the best graphic designers at shiseido and endlessly wandered the streets of tokyo, everywhere absorbing the beauty and power of “Japan”.
Skin gets dry no matter how young you are, skin gets scaly no matter the season but especially over the winter, little spider veins peep through and l physical annoyances that aren’t actually relevant to anything feel suddenly important. So here is a step-by-step ritual for the smoothest, softest, bare spring legs. Boys and Girls hear me out.
There are periods in our lives where it gets difficult to see beauty.
What does your ritual for recovery look like?