Mom & Daughters
Mom & Daughters

When was the last time you told your mom you love her? Mother’s Day just happens to be around the corner, so you better not wait until the last minute to show some appreciation for her – remember all those sleepless nights you gave her? And let’s not forget the embarrassing tantrums, huh? Show her some much deserved loving with these eco-friendly ideas:

Très Rose Duo -Tammy Fender Bath and Body SetFormulated with certified Organic herbal infusions and plants oils. Without parabens, petrochemicals, or toxic preservatives. The pure essence of Roses is an anointment of love, and she deserves it. Available online, at Tammi Fender Spa, Bloomingdales in Aventura.

The Daily Confetti - Ecoist Made out of recycled candy wrappers this is a great shoulder bag with structure and padded handles for comfort. Who knew style could be so good? Available online.

Fauve Necklace and Bangles – Kara by Kara Ross Recycled pages from fashion magazines are shredded and papier-mâché onto recycled wood then covered in a clear resin. A chic way to go green! Available online or Neiman Marcus stores.

Mini Garden – Plant the Future Forget the flowers bouquet, desert gardens and terrariums last for many years and require very little maintenance and water. Best way to bring nature into the home.Many designs available online, and at Plant the Future in Wynwood and Aventura.

Spa Treatment – Jurlique Day Spa at Mayfair  Hotel Located in Coconut Grove, is a tranquil sanctuary for the mind and body that features Jurlique products that are organic, biodegradable, and never tested on animals. Rejuvenating and relaxing are the keys words!

restaurants
restaurants

Brunch with the FamilyHook mom up with a mouth-watering brunch at Essensia Restaurant & Lounge,1500 Degrees , or Max's Harvest. The brunch menus highlight fresh, organic & local ingredients and wines that come from earth-friendly growers. Now go and call Mom! Happy Mother's Day

Live Green, Nathalia

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