With the days getting colder and shorter — and with flu season just around the corner — self-care is especially important right now. This season, stop by House Of and treat yourself to some of these products to brighten up the cold days ahead.
Bela Begonia Ceramic Mug
I don’t know about you, but one of the best parts of fall for me is cozying up with a blanket and a mug of hot cider or tea. With these Bela Begonia mugs, you can do just that! Each one is handmade, so every piece is an original.
Thistle Farms Products
I couldn’t pick just one Thistle Farms product to highlight, because they’re all so amazing! The lavender scented moisturizing hand lotion prevents dry skin without feeling too greasy, and the vanilla velvetier hand soap doesn’t contain any of the chemicals that dry out your skin. The healing oil blends smell amazing and are a fantastic way to boost your mood — and your health — on a cold day. And the citrus wood uplifting soak has a perfect relaxing scent. If that wasn’t enough on its own, all of the Thistle Farms products are handmade by women survivors of trafficking, prostitution and addiction.
Oh La La Tumbler
Just because summer is over doesn’t mean hydration isn’t important! Drinking water improves your immune system, digestion and energy levels. Stay hydrated and look stylish while doing it with this tumbler, available exclusively at House Of!
Clary Collection Bath and Body Oil
Apply this oil directly to the skin as a moisturizer or add a few drops to your bath for a luxurious soak. It’s made of 100% natural and organic products and is safe for the whole family. And the 8 oz. bottle will last you for a long time, making it a great investment!
Ranger Station Candles
With names like “wood smoke,” “leather + pine” and “tobacco + musk,” these soy candles are the perfect scents for a fall day. They’re also gifts that keep on giving — not only do they have a minimum burn time of 40 hours, they also transform into whiskey glasses when the candle is completely burned up. They’ll get you in the mood for fall and then keep you happy through the winter!
By Bronte Lebo