2 daughters + 1 dad = entrepreneurs!

When Isabella came home with oils for her hair and skin taught to her by her Estonian and Egyptian grandmothers, she was so excited that she involved her younger sister, and soon they were whipping up all kinds of amazing products. And that became their new skinline company, Isabella’s Clearly.

I don’t know how old Isabella and Angelina are, but I love to see young women passionate about and building something all their own. They have an IndieGoGo set up for Isabella’s Clearly to help get the business off the ground, and they are already selling things on Amazon. I was lucky enough to try three of them.

LUXE was a wonderful bath salt that seemed to be infused with some sort of moisturizing oil that didn’t pool on the surface, like so many of them did. I personally love bath salts – I have so many aches and pains these days, and never realized how good epsom salts were for the body! The fragrance was divine, and the formula had no Sulfates, Phthalates, Paraben, DEA, Formaldehyde and PEG, and of course it’s never tested on animals. Their proprietary blend includes Almond oil with Tea Tree, Sandalwood, Myrrh, Grapefruit, Ravensara, Lemon, Tangerine, Calamus essential oils, Himalayan Sea Salts and Magnesium Flakes.

CALM was also very lovely – a salt scrub with a weird sounding scent of lavender and tea tree, but it actually worked well together. The scrub was very soft,and you didn’t feel like you were rubbing clumps of uncomfortable salt on your thigh in the name of “fighting cellulite.” The blend on this one includes Almond oil with Eucalyptus, Tea tree, Lavender, Yarrow, Ravensara, Calamus, Myrrh, Rosemary essential oils and Dead Sea Salt Crystals.

SOFT is pretty amazing – it’s a body oil, which I love, because I like to apply them in the shower then blot off with a towel. Lotions are rather weird feeling to me. At any rate, it’s a lovely blend, and I’d love to share the ingredients with you, but they are not available at this time. Suffice it to say that I would most certainly purchase it again, especially if I found out it had argan oil in it (but leave it out of my hair, please).

So get on over to the IndieGoGo and find out more about this company. It’s well worth your read. And when you’re ready for a purchase, some items are already available at Amazon, so check those out too.

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