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Laura Serino

After visiting Maine only a handful of times, Laura Serino packed up her studio apartment in New York City and headed north for "the way life should be." After a summer on North Haven island, she and her boyfriend, a Maine native, settled in Portland, Maine. Serino is a former magazine editor who has been published in national and regional publications. When she isn't blogging, she spends her time antiquing, scouring thrift shops, exploring new places in Maine and cozying up to her cat Jasper. She recently completed her first book, "Twentysomething Girl, 1001 Quick Tips and Tricks to Make Your Life Easier." Reach her at info@forefrontfashion.com Follow her: @ForeFrontFash

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Posted: January 30, 2013

Indian Meadow Herbals, organic skincare made in Maine

Though lots of attention is given to what we put into our body, not everyone is as careful about what we put on it. Indian Meadow Herbals, was founded over 15 years ago on a 12-acre farm in Downeast Maine. Founders Roseanna and Nancy, a certified nurse and herbalist, wanted to create products for the body that were organically grown and ethically harvested. In fact, 90% of the herbs used in their products are grown on their farm.


If you’re new to the organic beauty market, you can try out a  sample pack and see what you think. I’m currently using the last of my Wild Blueberry Facial Cleanser sample and plan on ordering it when it runs out. There’s something comforting about knowing exactly what I’m putting on my face!

Indian Meadow also sell extracts, massage oils, salves and even organic treatments for those peskier female problems (pms, menopause, all those fun things). You can check out the rest of their line online or in person at Bathras Market or Whole Foods right here in town.

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