Innovative and popular beauty and health solutions with Living Libations
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Nadine Artemis discuss the following:
- For the benefit of our listeners, tell us about Living Libations.
- What inspired you to create Living Libations?
- Living Libations offers a number of innovative, health-oriented products. Tell us about these items.
- What are some of the benefits or competitive advantages that distinguish Living Libations as a leader within its respective area of business?
- How do you envision Living Libations evolving or expanding in both the short- and long-term?
- Share with us some success stories from consumers who are fans of Living Libations.
- What advice would you give to anyone looking to create their own business?
Living Libations Skin Care Created by Nadine Artemis, botanical muse shaping effable plant-light into palpable consecrations to blush senses and muse imaginations…
-The flower’s are without hands, so they use Nadine’s… infinite recipes flow from her arms. ~ Lenni Jabour
-A true sense-visionary! Nadine has the greatest collection of rare and special oils… she has a wondrous knowledge and passion for it all. ~Alanis Morissette
-Nadine taps into the divine decanter that pours through every moment. ~ Kristin Lehman
-Glorious bubbles rise out of the endless streaming muse of this Poetic Aromatic Nymph. ~John Steele
The official biography of Nadine Artemis begins when she first pulls out flasks of essential oils to recreate Nina Ricci’s L’Air du Temps for a school science fair project. These botanical-inclinations led to took her on adventures creating organic healing balms, reviving elixirs and perfumed poetry for the natural yearnings of many, receiving glowing reviews in the Hollywood Reporter, New York Times and the National Post. Nadine has addressed gatherings at conferences, television and so on… Yet let us interrupt this regularly scheduled biography to tell you a dear story instead:
There once was a girl with a wild look in the corner of her eye and a smile that reached to the tip of her cheek. She cleaned-up nice, yet her dress was a mess with pockets filled of acorns and twigs, and there was always a curl that longed to unfurl. One day she sat – hands in lap – at the dining room table, tuning in and out of the murmuring grown-up din; the raspberries gathered earlier that day had stained the fingers of her imagination. With a rosy glow she gazed out the window and saw friends of branches and birds sway, beckoning her foray. So without a sound, she slipped off her shoes; her little feet whisked her away, and didn’t return till dusk the next day. Entranced by the galaxy in a patch of grass, she wondered if lightening was poured from a glass. Sleeping in a starry meadow, she dreamed on the cusp of my oh my and why, asking the sky: do butterflies really fly in bellies? Is every flower a flask of fun? Is a petal the spoon of some great perfume? Is there a great pantry filled with ladles of moonbeams and goblets of sun? Is bark the bottle of a tree that holds the secret sap for a scraped knee… and so on into infinity. These are the mixtures, the fruit of her bud-in-mud brews – of her swishing and wishing to adorn everyone with garlands of earth. These are the jars that pour the stories of how Nature found Nadine, and she found you.
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