New Lemon Line, Online Ordering Available at Simply Earth Market
Simply Earth Market, located in Bayshore Town Center, is now offering Lemon Line, a line of products made from their lemon essential oil. The products include body wash, lotion, body scrub, bath bombs, hand soap and bar soap for the bath. “Lemon is a great essential oil for helping with possible seasonal allergies and many other uses,” says Margaret VerVelde, manager of Simply Earth’s Bayshore location. Simply Earth also has implemented an online ordering system, and they offer weekly Make-and-Take DIY workshops where participants and their friends can socialize and learn to create natural personal care items.
Simply Earth Market, founded in 2015, is a family business that started as an online store centered on making a natural home easy and affordable. They specialize in selling 100 percent-pure essential oils and teaching their customers how to use them through their monthly essential oil subscription box.
“By opening our Milwaukee store in 2018, making a natural home will be even easier. We have natural raw ingredients, classes, and handmade finished goods. Our team will be right there with you helping you on your journey to a more natural home,” says VerVelde.
Location: 5710 N. Centerpark Way, Glendale. For more information, call 414-210-2577 or visit SimplyEarthMarket.com.
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