Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Just The Goods at R.A.Steen Craft Sale This Saturday

I believe I should title this my annual Just the Goods update because I love her bath products so much I am always excited with how her business is growing and growing.  I think I have posted notes on her half a dozen times.  :)  I got a newsletter from Just the Goods today and there are new items to look forward to as well as many retail locations to find her simple but luxurious bath and body products.  With body products I feel like the less ingredients the more pure and amazing they are.  Why do products need a list of ingredients that you cannot pronounce?  They need to have all the crap in it to make their cheap ingredients stay together and perform how they should.  Have a peak at Just the Goods because her products are truly as advertised.  She blends simple, pure, natural ingredients and they feel and smell awesome.  You are not smelling a man made perfume, you are smelling nature at it's best.  Here's some of her newsletter and check the bottom for the other craft sales that you can find her at this season:
"Just the Goods is thrilled to announce the launch of two new products!
First, an effective vegan liquid roll-on deodorant completely free of aluminium/aluminium salts, parabens, propylene glycol, and other suspicious ingredients. This item is the result of two years of dedicated research and testing, and it has stood up to all kinds of challenges initiated by a range of testers including roofing and other manual labour, long bike rides on hot days, and the super-stressful big event jitters. Available in four varieties, please click here for more information: http://www.justthegoods.net/?page_id=670.

Next, an invigorating and deodorizing vegan foot scrub tat tingles and tantalizes while bringing your tired feet back to life after a long day! Finely ground walnut husk provides effective exfoliation while aloe vera and vegetable glycerine provide moisturizing slip. Peppermint essential oil stimulates and tea tree oil offers a reliable clean. Please click here for more information: http://www.justthegoods.net/?page_id=134.

At this time, a variety of
vegan face masks are also under development. We're quite happy with them so far, but want to make sure that -- like everything else we offer -- each type is fully researched and tested before going public ;-) Stay tuned!

Oh! We've also updated our website to draw together the list of our most popular
products for babies and children, as indicated by parents and other caregivers. For your convenience, please find this list here: http://www.justthegoods.net/?page_id=707.


Just the Goods is very happy to team up with local makers to offer hand crafted collaborations. 

First, our partnership with Winnipeg-based
eco-friendly jewellery collective Jake+Cleo offers a carefully selected pairing of JTG all-natural fragrance with silver jewlery in a handmade gift bag. For more information, please click here: http://www.justthegoods.net/?p=614.

Next, Just the Goods is currently developing gift sets in partnership with
Orange Lily Raw Foods and Catering. A wide range of options will soon be available. Find out more very soon on Facebook, Twitter and Just the Goods' website!
Retail Options

Just the Goods is pleased to announce the ongoing availability of our products in Winnipeg at
Sew Dandee (105 Osborne Street) and Mondragon (91 Albert Street). Sew Dandee carries a wide selection of items including the complete facial skin care line, fragrance, body butter, and gift sets. Mondragon carries a smaller selection of facial skin care products, toothpaste, and fair trade shea butter based shaving solids, which are exclusive to Mondragon.

And, in a few weeks,
Ragpickers Anti-Fashion Emporium (216 McDermot Ave.) will be carrying a selection of fragrant and pampering items -- stay tuned for details!

Just the Goods is also thrilled to announce that a diverse line of products is now available at
Wicked Green in Red Deer, Alberta (#119 5301 43rd Street). 

Craft Sales: 

Saturday, November 19

R A Steen Community Centre Fall Craft Sale

980 Palmerston Avenue (Wolseley)
11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Saturday, November 26

Mall in the Hall
Glenwood Community Centre

27 Overton Street (St. Vital)
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Wednesday, November 30

Holiday Shop
jake + cleo studios
(contact me for address details) 
6:00 – 9:00 p.m.

Saturday, December 3

Crafty Minions

Aqua Books

274 Garry Street (Downtown)
11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Sunday, December 11

The Last Chance Craft Sale
Canad Inns Club Regent Casino Hotel

1415 Regent Ave. W. (Transcona)
11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m."

1 comment:

Just the Goods said...

huge huge HUGE handmade hearts to you, Lulu, for sharing these details with your readers! I'm so grateful! Thank you so very much for your generous suppport =-) =-) =-)