I still have a Cantiq obsession, and Little Shop of Oils helps keep my babies fresh <3

As the title states, I have quite the Cantiq Los Angeles obsession. I’ve been amassing a collection of lacy creations by designer Chelsea Hughes for a few years now, and I love every piece dearly.

How, then, to preserve these hand-made lingerie articles of joy?

Cantiq recently collaborated with Little Shop of Oils, an all natural apothecary, on a line of anti microbial/bacterial lingerie mists!

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These are a couple sample mists I received with an order, but you can snag some full-size mists via Cantiq’s site as well!

The mists keep your lingerie fresh for a few more wears, so you don’t have to constantly wash them and put miles on a delicate piece. As I said before, each piece is a work of art and dearly beloved by me, so anything that allows me to get longer life out of them and make them smell heavenly in the process is a win/win!!

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“When you read the care instructions of your handmade bralette, do you let out a sigh when your eyes gloss over “hand wash only”? Well now we have teamed up with Little Shop of Oils to bring you a Anti Microbial/Bacterial Lingerie Mist, tested on each of our cantiq Laces, that will allow you to stretch out your time between washes. Scented lightly with organic essential oils, our Lingerie Mists are sure to keep your bralettes fresh
Made with organic and high quality ingredients
Made by hand in small batches in California 
Includes gemstones infused under each full moon
2 oz glass bottle per scent” Photo Credit: Cantiq Los Angeles

 

 

 

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The Plantbased Jetsetter

A little about me:

Born and raised in Los Angeles, I have always been a fan of fashion, good food, music, movies, fitness, and fun times.

Having dreamed of being a singer in Japan since I was a little girl, I went to UCLA to get my BA in English Literature, then trolled around in Downtown LA for a bit before selling my car to run away to Tokyo.

I got a rock band of Japanese/Chinese men together and collaborated with them to create the band ‘19 Mirrors’. Some of our performances are still on youtube, albeit accompanied by terrible sound quality. Whoops.

I was the lead singer of 19 Mirrors for almost 3 years; we played a ton of venues in Tokyo, and even booked a 10-day tour of Beijing, China. Then came the March 2011 tsunami/earthquake disaster. I stayed in Tokyo until November 2011, when I ultimately decided to make the move back to LA.

While still living in Tokyo, I was going through the process of becoming plant based. I kept happening across books and articles that described the inherent cruelty that comes with eating animal products, the complete lack of balance my body felt while consuming them, and found that I couldn’t reconcile my love of animals with eating them and wearing their skin.

Therefore, when I moved back to LA, I promptly became a whirlwind of plant based, cruelty free fervor, wanting to discover fashion, food, and cosmetics alike that aligned themselves with my newfound beliefs.

To my delight, anything I ever craved or wanted to wear was available in a plant based, cruelty free form! Joy! I was super happy to discover that I didn’t have to sacrifice style, appetite, or health to be plant based, balanced, healthy, and cruelty free. I now live in Las Vegas, and intend to blog full time about a compassionate, luxury, cruelty free lifestyle!

~Come fly with me~

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