Stella Spoils 2.20.19

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Mílos, Kikladhes, Greece

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Matera, Italy

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From the Argan forests high in the Anti-Atlas Mountains of Morocco, Kahina's organic and Fair Trade Argan Oil is sustainably sourced and extracted by the local Berber women living in and around the forest. The extraordinarily powerful and multipurpose oil from the nut of the Argan tree contains a concentration of the all the best for the maintenance of healthy skin. Kahina's Oil Cleanser is something special; with Argan as the base, it is paired with Turmeric, Calendula, Blue Tansy and St. John's Wort which work together to exfoliate the skin and accelerate cell turnover for a truly natural radiance.

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“To look into such a pool is to behold a dark forest,” I remark to the stranger sitting next to me on the plane. I am actually reading aloud from Rachel Carson’s The Edge of the Sea. But it seems a reasonable response to his question about why I’m flying across the country, to California, to forage for sea­weed. Plus, the other reasons are mostly boring. An old friend, Iso Rabins, runs a San Francisco–based company called ForageSF, and he has repeatedly invited me to seaweed hunt with him. And Maine, where you can also get good seaweed, is frigid. In Sonoma, on the other hand, it is never truly cold. It is only ever rakishly brisk.

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