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    Beauty Bundle with Daily Elixir

    Beauty Bundle with Daily Elixir

    Shop online for our Beauty Bundle this holiday season - now at an exclusive price for winter 2015. Some of you may remember this essential kit from Birchbox - we've kicked it up a notch for the holidays. It includes our best-selling Baobab Moisturizing Leave-In Conditioner, Baobab Hair and Body Moisturizing Cleanser and now has our newest claim to fame: a daily elixir for your hair that's nothing short of magical.

    Back On The Shelves

    Back On The Shelves

    You asked and we listened

    Just in time to stuff your stockings, our Moisturizing Body Cream is back!  New packaging, but same great ingredients. With Baobab Oil, Grape Seed Oil, Shea Butter and Natural Vitamin E, this body cream will last all day and keep you hydrated all night.  

    1 Leave in Conditioner, 5 Hair Types: Sienna Naturals Moisturizing Leave in Conditioner is Universally Loved

    One important factor we have learned about our products over time is how universally loved they across hair types. From kinky and dry hair, to oily fine hair, women from all backgrounds are drawn to Sienna Naturals because they have one thing in common: they love the impactful performance of Sienna Naturals's Baobab Oil enriched products on their hair daily, and over time. Not sure how to get the most from Sienna Naturals Moisturizing Leave-in Conditioner? Check out the table below to find out how women with your hair type use it, and what they had to say!

    Hair Type How She Uses it What it does What she says

    Dry, Frizzy, Kinky, Curly, Thick, 

    Leave-in Conditioner Tames Frizz without feeling sticky, softens texture, smoothes cuticle   “I was actually shocked at how well this leave-in worked on my dry, curly hair. Most leave-ins leave my hair feeling greasy or dry. My hair felt smooth and soft after each use.”
    - Birchbox Customer Review, Hair type: curly

     Dry, Straight, Frizzy

    Leave-in Conditioner Boosts shine and leaves hair feeling noticeably softer with less frizz - even in very humid climates “I am always scared to leave conditioners in my hair- they tend to make them greasy and oily, but this one did not do that! It was soft and tamed the frizzies that I usually have in the summer humidity. I really like it!”
    -Birchbox Customer Review, Hair type: Dry, Thick
    Normal, thick straight Leave-in Conditioner or Rinse off  Leaves hair feeling silky smooth and very shiny

    “This is a nice leave-in--not too heavy, and provides great moisture, even in humidity. I use this when I don't feel like blow-drying my hair, and it works well.”

    -Birchbox Customer Review, Hair type: Blonde, Normal

    Oily, fine, straight or wavy Rinse-off Conditioner, Treatment Mask  Detangles hair and leaves silky smooth and soft  “I love this. I have very fine tangly hair and this really helps condition and helps with my tangles. Nice smell as well!”
    - Birchbox Customer Review Hair type: Blonde, fine
    Color treated Leave-in Conditioner Nourishes damaged hair for softer, stronger feeling hair  “I have wavy/curly color treated hair that craves moisture. I love this product! I used no conditioner in the shower and slathered this throughout my hair before combing it. It gets worked in and my after drying my hair wasn’t greasy at all and it smells fantastic!”
    - Birchbox Customer Review, Hair type: Color treated Blonde, Curly, Dry, Normal

    5 Synthetic Chemicals to Avoid at Bathtime

    What we put on our skin is absorbed into our bodies. The American Journal of Public Health found that an average of 64% of the total dose of chemicals in public drinking water absorbed into the body through the skin. Infants have thinner skin than adults, therefore making their skin more permeable and sensitive to chemical exposure.

    When we develop products at Sienna Naturals, we start with research of ingredients that are known for their effectiveness and safety, which is why we only used naturally derived ingredients. If you have been paying attention to the news surrounding the potentially harmful chemicals and ingredients that could be lurking in your baby’s shampoo, wash, lotions or other care products, you may be well versed in what to look for and how to read product labels. But, if you are like many of women and mothers I meet, you may find the process of navigating ingredients very confusing.

    So, just what potential harm could these chemicals cause? Drawing on resources from the Environmental Working Group (EWG), the Centers for Disease Control, and the FDA, I have put together a list with a few commonly used chemicals to avoid in personal care products for your baby and yourself.


    5 Chemicals to avoid and why:

    1. Phthalates. Potential health effects: Organ system toxicity (non-reproductive), Endocrine system, Reproduction and fertility, Birth or developmental effects, Persistent and bioaccumulative, Brain and nervous system, Immune system (including sensitization and allergies).
    2. Parabens. Potential health effects: A study published in 2004 (Darbre, in the Journal of Applied Toxicology) detected parabens in breast tumors. The study also discussed this information in the context of the weak estrogen-like properties of parabens and the influence of estrogen on breast cancer.
    3. 1,4 Dioxane. Potential health effects: Organ system toxicity (non-reproductive). Studies in animals have shown that breathing, ingesting, or skin contact with 1,4-dioxane can result in liver and kidney damage. Laboratory rats and mice that drank water containing 1,4-dioxane during most of their lives developed liver cancer; the rats also developed cancer inside the nose.
    4. 2 bromo, 2 nitropropane, and 3-DIOL. Potential health effects: Allergy and skin irritation and in certain products it can break down to form cancer causing agents.
    5. Sodium Laureth Sulfate. Potential health effects: Skin irritant and potential contamination with 1,4 Dioxane and Ethylene Oxide.


    The environmental working group estimates that 57% of baby soaps may contain 1,4 Dioxane. There is a strong chance that if you turn over your baby shampoo, you may find a contaminant with this or another potentially harmful ingredients.


    So, are you compelled to check out the products in your bathroom to find out how they stack up?

    Good news! The EWG, through their website ‘Skin Deep’ has created a rating system for more than 74,000 personal care products. The tool is very simple to use: plug in the name of your baby care or adult beauty product, or an ingredient name and the site will give a safety rating along with an explanation of the product’s score.


    Health and happiness, 


    Founder of Sienna Naturals