Kaylala returns to the Ballston Arts & Crafts Market August 13th!
Yummy enough to eat (but please don't!) Kaylala's Organic Apothecary products nourish your skin without harming your body or the environment. They firmly believe that if you can’t eat it, you shouldn’t put it on YOUR SKIN!
They also package their products primarily in recyclable/reusable glass and aluminum, not just for sake of the environment, but also because plastics can leach phthalates and other plasticizers into skin care products and into your skin, disrupting the endocrine system -- not so yummy, eh?
At Kaylala, they are fastidious (great word, right?!) about all aspects of skin care, whether it's the ingredients and how they were farmed, the packaging and how it reacts with the product, or even the aromatherapy effect on your mood from the natural fragrance of the essential oils.
Find Kaylala at the next Ballston A&C Market on August 13th.