Julie Levin was invited to discuss which toxic ingredients to look out for and how nature’s botanicals can do a better job of maintaining radiant youthful skin. See the informative interview on Aspen Talks Health or watch below.
Julie was featured on The Native Influence where she speaks about her business, the industry, and some keys to her success. Get a sneak peak into her daily routine and some words she lives by.
Julie was featured in Beauty Independent in an article where brand founders share the scariest business moments they’ve faced. In it, Julie recounts her experience in 2008/2009 when the US economy crashed. Check out the article to she how she coped in the face of uncertainty. Article: https://www.beautyindependent.com/scary-moments/
Leaf People was recently featured on Self.com. Gretchen Bleiler, a US Olympic Snowboarder had great things to say about our Pomegranate Ginkgo Transform Serum: “Based in my hometown of Aspen, Colorado, Leaf People makes organic, plant-based skin-care and donates 5 percent of sales to charity. I use the Transform Serum and the Hydrating Serum together […]
Our exclusive Leaf Man by Leaf People line was featured in an article on Beauty Independent. We have introduced a range of products tailored specifically to guys to help them with their skin care needs. “I’m working with plants that have a masculine affinity. In a lot of ways, the skin is the same, but […]
Leaf People was featured in the “handmaid” section of the Pure Inspirations website. Pure Inspirations merges the lenses of art, culture and science to provide insightful perspectives, inspire appreciation and embolden connections. They featured the following Leaf People products: Walnut Honey Tea Luminous Face Scrub Neroli Sea Kelp Transform Toner Pomegranate Gingko Serum Rosehip Sea […]
Leaf People was featured in Elliman Aspen Snowmass Magazine. You can find the article on page 13-14 here: https://issuu.com/joshuaco/docs/ellimanas-fw2016-17_issuu?e=2688488/41984917
Leaf People was recently featured on the Jerry Bovino Show in Aspen. It’s a little interview about life, love and Leaf People. You can watch the interview on the GrassRoots Community Network.
Leaf People was featured on the well know blog “Beauty Undercover”. The article explains the differences between Argan oil, Rose Hip oil, Evening Primrose oil and Kalahari Melon Seed oil . The writer mentions one of her favorite products is Leaf People’s Kalahari Melon Seed and Vitamin K Face Oil. Read the article here: http://www.beautyundercover.com/2016/06/breakingbeauty/the-benefits-of-natural-face-oils/
In December 2015, Leaf People Skin Care partnered with United Plant Savers through their “Adopt an At-Risk“ Healing Herb program and made a long term commitment to the Hawaiian Sandalwood Tree. Our “adoption” supports conservation and propagation efforts in Hawaii, strengthening the population of these beautiful, medicinal trees. United Plant Savers non-profit work is integral […]
NaturallyCurly.com traveled to Whole Foods to find their favorite local beauty brands. Leaf People Skin Care made the list! You can read the article on their site: http://www.naturallycurly.com/curlreading/home/6-amazing-local-beauty-brands-found-at-whole-foods/.
Leaf People products were mentioned in Denver’s own “Everyday Show”. Check out the video on Fox 31 Denver’s website: http://kdvr.com/2015/04/21/natural-eye-wrinkle-treatments/.
Julie was recently invited to discuss her products on the Essential Medcast Podcast. She speaks with Dr. Christine Schaffner about organic skin care, wild crafted ingredients, and how she got her start in herbalism and creating pure, clean skin care products. Listen:
Our Peony Green Tea Eye Serum was recently reviewed by the Indigo+Canary beauty blog. Indigo+Canary frequently writes about all things natural beauty and reviews products of all kinds. Check out what they had to say about us at Indigo+Canary
Julie Levin, founder of Leaf People, is featured on a segment of the National Environmental Report series. The National Environmental Report is an information series, aired on Public Television, with the objective to inform and educate the public on issues related to the environment.