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Announcing the New Holiday Frankincense & Myrrh Oil!

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Announcing the New Holiday Frankincense & Myrrh Oil!

Say hello to the newest addition to the Ellie Bianca lineup with the first product in the Face Oil Collection. Spicy Frankincense and earthy Myrrh come together in this nourishing facial moisturizer that helps ease anxiety and calms the senses. Shea and jojoba oil deeply hydrate and restore balance to dry skin leaving it supple and incredibly glowing. Packed full antioxidants, this face oil calms red, irritated skin and promotes healthy skin cell regeneration. Formulated with natural ingredients rich in vitamin C to target signs of aging including wrinkles, pigmentation, and loss of firmness, this product will improve the skins...

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Interns Love Ellie

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Interns Love Ellie

At Ellie Bianca, we truly believe education prepares women to take on the world. This summer we welcomed two public relations students to our team from Mount Royal University. Not only have Maddie and Jessica been busy helping with everyday behind-the-scenes tasks, but they've also been our secret guinea pigs and trying out our products. Here's what our interns think about an Ellie Bianca classic, the Rose Body Oil: Maddie: "I started using the Ellie Bianca Rose Body Oil about one month ago and the scars on my face have noticeably started to disappear. The rosehip oil in the product...

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Real Men Prefer Naked

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Real Men Prefer Naked

There's another woman in his life, and her name is Ellie Bianca  This is a love affair that your wife or girlfriend won't get upset about. How can you get upset about an oil that makes his beard and lips softer and more kissable for you? We all know how a great beard can set you apart from those baby-faced boys still living in their mother's basements. But come on, let me be honest: you could definitely do a better job when it comes to grooming that fuzzy-facial-centre-piece that you call a beard. I need you to understand that you...

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Skincare with a Cause

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Skincare with a Cause

So often we get caught up in following trends that we forget how powerful our purchase habits are. Stats show that collectively, consumers used to opt for big corporations that mass-produced goods, but recently consumer patterns have shifted, and local, small batch independent brands are growing in popularity. But with so many indie brands rising in popularity, it can be hard to choose which one aligns with your own values and beliefs. How many of these start-ups do more than produce and sell goods? Do they give back to the community - and if they do, how are they giving...

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Ten Benefits of Frankincense Essential Oil

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Ten Benefits of Frankincense Essential Oil

The word frankincense comes from the term ''franc ences'', which means quality incense in old French. Frankincense resins are products of stems of Boswellia Cartelli or Boswellia sacara tree that's mostly grown in Somalia. In ancient days, it was mostly used by royalty of the present day Middle East areas including the Egypt, Somalia and Ethiopia regions of Africa. Frankincense was a symbol of statue and one which created trade routes around East Africa, North Africa and the Middle East. It's also important to note that frankincense has been linked with many different religions such as Christianity with frankincense and Myrrh being one of the first gifts given to baby Jesus by the three wise men from the East.  Frankincense has been used over the years for aromatherapy and soothing purposes in forms of oil or resins. The oil that's extracted from...

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