Stella Spoils 10.4.18

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Established in Malibu, all-natural skincare brand Osea brings the healing power and beauty of the ocean and earth to your daily regime. Behind the brand is the story of a long line of women inspired by the sea and products that actually give results by nourishing the skin with potent, bioavailable ingredients, like their antioxidant-rich Organic Algae sourced from the Sea of Patagonia. Algae - alongside Tea Tree, Peppermint, and Rosemary – is one of the star ingredients in their Ocean Cleansing Mudd – a non-drying cleanser that delivers an immediate cooling sensation and deeply and flawlessly purifies the skin. Scoop one up below.

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Doug Leinbach, Rainbow Farm’s former manager, still remembers when Merle Haggard arrived at the property for his headlining gig in the summer of 2000. The country outlaw took one look at the huge marijuana-themed party happening on a back road in Cass County, about three hours from Detroit, and said, “I can’t believe they haven’t killed you boys already.” To be fair, Rainbow Farm was more than a party. Purchased by Crosslin in 1993, he transformed the overgrown acreage. Leinbach, along with a group of regulars, helped him turn Rainbow Farm from a haphazard campsite to one of the most well-known marijuana gatherings in the country. The festivals they created were legit. “It was a big joint effort. Literally, a joint effort,” Leinbach said, emphasizing a pun that’ll never go out of style. “Those people loved Rainbow Farm dearly.”

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