How Roots Formulating Could Change the World

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Anonymous said…
I LOVE this perspective!!! I grew up around “hippies” and I guess their desire to use what is right in front other either in the forest (central Coast Oregon) or in their gardens really rubbed off on me because I find myself wanting to create using things I already have or can get easy and inexpensive access to!!! We can change peoples lives by offering them something completely healthy and wonderful and also maybe even inexpensive (I live in a relatively low income area). My desire is to provide great products filled with awesome ingredients that the women of our area can afford and want to use or even, make! Thank you for the inspiration and for the dedication!!!

Anonymous said…
Your perspective on (sustainable) roots formulation is truly inspiring!! And I hold out hope with you that it will create change for good that will start in skin care and ripple out in ways we cannot know.
Ilhem said…
I think that it's an exciting and inspiring challenge. I confess I'm more often than not attracted to shiny new exotic ingredients but simple and sustainable is beautiful. Definitely food for thoughts!
LisaLise said…
Hey there @Anon - Thank you so much for your kind comment. I've visited Oregon a couple of times and love the nature! You live in a great area!

@Anon - Thank you! I it my hope to be inspiring to others - as so many others are inspiring to me :)

@Ilhem - I hear you! I am equally attracted to new ingredients - especially since the natural and green area has literally exploded with new offerings in recent years. Every time a newsletter from a manufacturer hits my inbox I'm STILL all over it like a kid in a toy store :)
Hi Lise,

Tendo from Uganda hearing you loud and clear and definitely agreeing with you, we can change the world one bit at a time. I work mostly with locally sourced oils and would gladly send some your way if you are up to it (of course there is the little matter of a carbon footprint) but do let me know if you are curious.

Thank you for all the inspiration :))

LisaLise said…
Hello Tendo and thank you for your comment. Locally sourced is the way to go!