How Ellovi Sets New Standards For The Skincare Industry
“You must be the change you wish to see in the world.” - Mahatma Gandhi No matter what your skin type, it is fair to say that skincare finds its way onto the priority list in many of our daily lives one way or another and choosing a product that’s affordable yet healthy for your skin is a near endless battle. While browsing the market, some may find themselves making a mental note of what they’re looking for; a hydrating formula, sustainable, travel-friendly and not being tested on animals may come to mind. Some eight years ago, Ellovi was born in the kitchen of its founder and CEO, Kelly Winterhalter, as she too struggled to find a skincare product that didn’t adhere to eyebrow-raising industry standards with ingredients that are often as harmful on the skin as they are to pronounce. Handmade in California, Ellovi offers the globally famous, all-over moisturizer known as Butter and a collection of Lip Butters that push the boundaries beyond that of the skincare industry’s norm.
Wild West Diner: Serving Rural Families For Over 60 Years
One thing about the small town life is certain: if you choose the rural path, the number of fine dining restaurants you’ll have available within close proximity to your residence is inherently slim when compared to those who live in a region where an eatery on every corner is a reality. For less populated areas, teamwork amongst citizens is as crucial in sustaining a functional economy as it is to feed our families during mealtimes. In the northeast corner of Montana, where widespread volunteerism is as common as simultaneously having two full-time positions, the Wild West Diner in the rural community of Culbertson has kept their menu mouth-watering and their prices affordable for over 60 years to support local, hardworking residents with one of the most vital resources in sustaining life, most commonly known as food.