Have you been waiting all year to stock up on your holy grail eczema relief essentials? Or ready to spoil some loved ones for the holidays? Well, you might just be in luck. SIGN UP for Satya's email list 📧📬 and be the first to know about all cheeky details for our biggest sitewide event. We don't want you to miss it.
✨Soothe your September Giveaway! ✨ . September is a chaotic time of year at the best of times. For all the moms, caregivers, healthcare workers, and human beings stepping into more unknowns than ever, this one's for you. One deserving winner will get a 60-minute initial online appointment with Naturopathic Doctor Renata Zambo, who focuses on gut and mental health to help guide you toward holistic wellness, and a Soak Up Some Love gift set from Satya Organic. Head to our IG to win!
If you care about our planet like us, you think a lot about waste and what to do with it. Whether it’s recycling or composting, we have a ton of options and every city or town is different. But in the end, as consumers, we’re still faced with whatever the company chooses to package its products — no matter how sustainable it is.
Between the tireless hand-washing, stress and long hours, nurses aren't the only workers in need of skin support right now. From grocery clerks to paramedics, countless people are suffering from dry, irritated skin. We had no idea Satya Organic would prove essential on the front lines. To help protect and restore the hands of our frontline workers, we've been delivering cases of Satya to local hospitals.
From sustainable beauty and skincare to wearable art to healing medicines — Indigenous entrepreneurs across Canada are delivering products designed to honour you from the inside and out. This Indigenous Peoples Day, celebrate by supporting Indigenous-owned and operated business. Every purchase not only provides you with the best in sustainable products, but uplift Indigenous communities in the process.
Perfect skin does not exist! As the photographer Sophie Harris-Taylor reveals in Epidermis, there is no such thing as perfect skin. It's up to us to break down the stigma, and together, we can do it. She suffered from severe acne, and the insecurities that go along with it. What would happen if our role models reflected how we really look?