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Listen Up: Some of the Greatest Recent 10 Things and How to Save Your Skin with Rachel Winard of Soapwalla

Listen Up BY courtney conway 03/20/2017


Someone call Julie Andrews because there are a whole lotta our favorite things packed into this episode. Claire and Erica run through the greatest 10 Things picks they’ve discovered (and re-discovered!) as of late. And Rachel Winard, the master formulator behind natural skincare line Soapwalla and the deodorant we can’t keep in stock, on figuring out what ingredients you’re sensitive to and how she sources the good stuff.

Have you picked up our newest #ReadingThings book? It's actually a graphic novel, This One Summer, and it’s a coming-of-age graphic novel written and illustrated by two cousins, Mariko and Jillian Tamaki. We’re discussing it April 10th! 


On the (semi-)recent best of our 10 Things newsletter

  • The hilarious and wildly entertaining Who? Weekly podcast has all the answers to why that celebrity you keep seeing is famous and if you should care.
  • Click & Grow is an indoor herb-grower that requires absolutely nothing of you.
  • Claire officially only washes her face with micellar water. She’s partial to Lancôme Eau Fraîche Douceur, she’s dabbled in Bioderma, and she’s all ears if you have a more natural suggestion.
  • Weapons of Math Destruction by Kathy O’Neill is a brilliant dive into how big data works and when it doesn’t—and on a similar note, we’ve also been playing around with The Wall Street Journal’s Blue Feed, Red Feed tool. You can also find out who Facebook thinks you are here.
  • Shyp makes mailing any sort of package so dang easy—like, you don’t even need a box.
  • Erica’s really in the habit of using Strides which tracks your...habits.


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Special and amazing guest Rachel Winard, founder of the incredible natural skincare line Soapwalla, on non-toxic ways to care for your skin…



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