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Solace Organics

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  • Full Name: Solace organic Spa
  • Location: spa, waterfront gallery & mail order
  • Phone: 250 653 4688
  • Expires: 18 days, 3 hours

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  • Item listed by: on November 8, 2017

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    Organic Skincare for your Face

    In 1997, with the birth of owner Julie Jame’s daughter she decided to launch her organic and natural skincare with a focus on facial products for your face and skin.
    Being an organic gardener and interested in herbalism she harvested plants and sourced organic oils and extracts and began formulating her natural skin care product line, evolving her skincare business one product at a time while childbearing. She is now proud to have her line very well received and available for you to indulge in pure and simple aromatherapy skin care products.

    Everything Solace Spa does is in the interest of fostering well-being in the world, from our ecologically conscious methods of growing and sourcing ingredients to our small batch locally made processes. Integrating luxurious and simple skincare into healing arts and spa treatments at the spa to help others nourish themselves naturally was how the spa evolved in 2004.

    We stand proudly by our natural aromatherapy skin care products, knowing that their purity and craft are helping people to nurture their health and inner and outer beauty as well as inspiring them to recognize and nourish beauty and well-being in others.
    We also take pride in supporting fair trade and sustainable practices. We are grateful for your interest in organic and natural skin care and thankful that our small business continues to grow making a difference in our customers well being and the world we share.

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