Now Open in Lake Sumter Landing — 1016 Old Mill Run, The Villages, FL 32162
Many of us around Faeve are firm believers in the power of timing. Over the past two years, we've continued to evolve and learn, and have discovered a lot about ourselves along the way. The one thing that has remained steady in all we do, though, is making all our products naturally, scientifically, and organically.
Recently, we came across the opportunity to expand into a retail space in the up-and-coming Mount Dora Marketplace and are so excited to pursue this new endeavor. It seems appropriate that for a company that focuses on nature grown ingredients would take the opportunity to grow and blossom in a beautiful town like Mt. Dora!
Mt. Dora is known for its passionate arts and creative community, and is full of wonderful shops full of eclectic wares from local artists, fine foods, and unique finds. When we got together to discuss as a team what a place for Faeve would look like, we knew of course we would offer our line of all-natural, expertly crafted products, but we also wanted to make the shop an experience.
Offering all-natural, organic bases for everything from shampoo, conditioner, and body wash to hand soap, bath salts, and rollerballs, you will be able to choose from an array of therapeutic grade, 100% pure essential oils to add to your products and personalize them for your unique needs and scent preferences. You’ll be able to learn alongside our registered aromatherapist and highly trained staff to discover the different benefits of specific oils, as well as have access to our easy to use recipe cards for specific ailments.
As you can imagine, we are so excited for this new endeavor. It’s a big step for our small business, and we can’t wait to have you join us! We officially open Saturday, March 21, 2020 inside the Mount Dora Marketplace at 334 N Donnelly St, Mt Dora, FL 32757.
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Juniper and juniper berries were one of the first plants I ever worked with as an herbalist. Juniper essential oil is also a great part of the plant to work with, and I’ve used it in many of my blends.
A lot of people may think of gin when they think of juniper, but the berries from this tree also has a deep-rooted history as far back as the Roman Empire (and probably even further back than that). They are also used in cooking, medicine, and in some cases, flavoring.
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