Denver Life Magazine states that:
“Founded in 2018 by 22-year-old Sierra Goldstein, H2a Botanicals summons her expertise in infusions, aromatics, herbalism, botanicals, and crystals for its distinctive product line. The Lavender 35 & Calendula Hydration Stick ($22) looks like deodorant, but it’s formulated with local beeswax, cocoa butter, shea butter, and six other oils, and infused with calendula. Apply it to the back of the hands and the décolletage for non-messy, beautifully scented moisture anytime.”
Link to full article here.
This week Colorado YOGA + Life Magazine featured an article written by H2a Botanicals founder, Sierra, called “Self-Care Morning Rituals”.
In the article, Sierra writes about how she transformed daily routines into sacred rituals, and how healing it can be.
Here is an excerpt from the article:
Generally, beauty and skincare routines are seen as a task to be completed so that we look good, don’t have breakouts or simply because we think it is something that we are supposed to do. Infusing an aspect of true self-care into this practice makes it in and of itself, healing.
Read the full article on CO YOGA + Life’s website.
FabFitFun recently featured businesses that are committed to environmental change. We were honored to be recognized for our use of reclaimed and recycled packaging products.
“Of the 400 million tons of plastic created each year, less than a fifth is recycled globally. The rest end up in landfills, sewer systems, streets, and bodies of water.
As conscious consumers, we can step up our buying practices to protect the environment and reduce our personal plastic waste output. Not sure where to start? These brands are taking steps to change the waste narrative by committing to recycled plastic.
This green beauty brand is all about a holistic approach, so obviously, all of the tubes, cartons, and labels are reclaimed and recycled.”
To see which other businesses have a similar passion for our planet, Click Here to read the article.
The Spa Insider recently published an article of Editor’s Picks for the month of May, where they featured their favorites from the latest beauty and wellness launches. The article listed a range of products from jewelry to loungewear to skincare, and we are honored to be mentioned in the list.
The product they selected was our Red Alaea Exfoliation Mud, which helps remove dead skin, balance skin tone, and make your skin glow.
“This month, it’s all about glowing skin, pampering one’s self, and being ultra-comfortable. We checked out a bunch of the latest beauty and wellness launches, providing details on some of the most anticipated products hitting shelves. …
“This blend of volcanic red alaea salt, nourished clay such as Rhassoul, and vitamin C combines to form a must-have exfoliating treatment.”
Read the full list of editor’s picks on The Spa Insider.
We are honored to have our Waning Moon Ritual Package featured in a Mother’s Day gift guide!
Here’s an excerpt from the article:
“Mother’s Day is an important celebration of the special woman (or women) in your life, but it can be challenging to find the perfect gift to show her your appreciation. Here, we’ve compiled a list of the perfect presents to spoil and lavish her with, from at-home spa kits to sweet treats and more. …
“The Waning Moon is a powerful time. This exclusive Waning Moon Ritual Package will provide her with the products and self-care rituals to tap into the power of this time, and to enrich her ritual practice.”
See the full article, “Pamper Her on Mother’s Day with These Luxurious Gifts” on The Spa Insider.
H2a Botanicals won big at the 10th Annual Earth Day Beauty Awards 2019 by winning Best Healing Salve! Click here to read more.
On today’s show, we chatted with Sierra Goldstein, creator of H2a Botanicals organic beauty line + true queen of intention and ritual. Sierra digs deep about the importance of self love and care and how she developed a product line with high vibration and the intention to be a vehicle to pass on ancient rituals. Find out more at H2aBotanicals.com.
Sierra Goldstein is a highly motivated and successful young entrepreneur. Her lifelong journey of project based learning, international travel, and strategic relationship building has given her the tools needed to be a top expert in her field. After studying with herbalists for over 3 years, Sierra branched off and started her own company, H2a Botanicals, rooted in beauty rituals and ancient infusions. She surrounds herself with the people and environments that foster growth and abundance. Her go-get it initiative has had her featured in a FastCompany article, a PBS documentary, two TEDx talks, and a panel speaker at SXSW in Austin all about young entrepreneurship and alternative learning.
The words “tradition” and “innovation” seem to almost always be in a state of constant war with one another, each attracting its own camp of staunch supporters. There are, of course, the few who seek to find middle ground, asking the question, “How can traditions be honored whilst still making room for innovation, advancement and forward thinking?”
Sierra and Heather Goldstein are just those people. The co-founders of H2a Botanicals (and an incredible mother-daughter duo), Sierra and Heather are dedicated to creating beauty products using the wisdom of ancient traditions, without losing sight of the needs of the modern women they craft them for. Guided by herbs, botanicals, and the expert knowledge of herbalists (who Sierra has studied with intensively), H2a Botanicals is a functional beauty brand that understands the power of love, gratitude, and authenticity.
Congressman visits Loveland’s Herbal Heart Apothecary, other Northern Colorado businesses
LOVELAND — Rep. Jared Polis stopped in Loveland on Tuesday to talk shop with the founders of a natural skin-care company on a day that he was highlighting startup businesses.
The 2nd District’s Democratic congressman toured several small Northern Colorado companies as part of Startup Day Across America, which he launched four years ago with Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif. The two founded the Congressional Caucus on Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
In a converted garage behind the downtown Loveland home of one of the founders of Herbal Heart Apothecary, Polis looked over the raw herbs and the machinery the three women use to create their skin-care products.
H2a started with a warrior of a woman. She was a sword fighter and an herbalist. Her two worlds intertwined when she began creating herbal infusions to soothe the bruises and aches caused by physically demanding martial arts. She grew herbs and formulated skincare products for more than 20 years and eventually passed her knowledge of herbs and her book of recipes on to three passionate, wild women which brings us here today. H2a continues to grow in love, gratitude, and authenticity.