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We’ve popped up in Soho at 109 Mercer Street!

Get the scoop on our new NYC holiday shop.

  1. Where to find us: 109 Mercer, between Prince and Spring. Reach us at 646-678-5738.
  2. When we’re open: Mon-Sat 11-7 & Sunday 12-5 (ask about after or before hours shopping for you and your friends!)
  3. Healthy holiday central: You’ll find 100s of non-toxic personal care gifts (and treats for yourself) curated for the highest standards of health and effectiveness from over 60 passionate brands.
  4. Wall of fame: Check out our huge wall featuring (many unexpected) product ingredients, framed with airplants.
  5. Mindful moment: Find a comfy chair in our mindful nook and pull a book off the shelves. Inhale some lavender. Browse our all-natural de-stressors.
  6. Insta-wall: Take your picture in front of our #follainlife wall - let followers know you like your products + friends nontoxic.
  7. Exclusives: Like our Ursa Major Daily Skin Care Set - the full line at a special price; you won’t find it in our other stores. And more to come.
  8. Shine time: On your way to a party? Stop by for some insta-glow. Makeup and skin consults on the spot, or get a whole, healthy face on by appointment.
  9. Events: In December, they’ll include: Meet The Swift Sisters! Makeup consults with Rose-Marie Swift of and psychic readings with her medium sister, Angela Swift (12.10) and Women’s Night Out with Meika from Sustain and Lauren Singer from Trash is for Tossers (12.16)
  10. Make a day of it: Add on some of our favorite neighborhood destinations.

For food:

  • Taim - The adored Israeli chef makes swoon-worthy vegetarian, gluten-free falafel and more (45 Spring Street) - or go around the corner to her intimate, dining experience, Balaboosta.
  • Pressed Juicery: The seasonal specials are a favorite at the long-awaited NYC outpost of this LA-based juicery, just a couple doors down from us. (103 Mercer Street)
  • Birdbath Green Bakery. “The eco-minded little sister of City Bakery” serves to-die-for rice-milk-raisin scones and gives discounts to those arriving by bike. (160 Prince Street)
  • Dominique Ansel: We know you’ve heard all about it. Makes a worthwhile 20 for your 80/20 food intake. (189 Spring Street)

For more shopping:

  • McNally Jackson book shop: Hard-to-find magazines and an International Book Club make this independent bookseller special; it’s where we got the books in our shop. (52 Prince Street)
  • Ina: Upscale consignment is easy on the environment and a favorite way to find special, beautiful pieces. (101 Thompson Street and 21 Prince Street)
  • Stay the night:

    • Check out the James Hotel - little kids will want to sleep in the window seats high above the city. (27 Grand Street)

     

     

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