Your skincare routine is a lot like your wardrobe…it should change according to the seasons. Just like a pair of jeans, one moisturizer or body cleanser doesn’t fit all! Here are TerraNova‘s tips for transitioning your skin care and body care routine from late summer heat to early autumn chill : Moisturize! During the … More Fabulous Skin Care Tips to Transition Into Fall
The same properties that make oats and oatmeal a nutritious “super-food” for breakfast, also make it “super-food” for your skin! The use of oats in skin care has been documented as far back as 2000 BC, and oatmeal is one of the few natural ingredients to receive recognition from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).1 In … More Oats, Not Just for Breakfast Anymore!
This month, we have been exploring some of the unique ingredients that make Terranova Bath & Body natural formulations fabulous! This week we explore monoi oil, which is an infused perfume-oil made from soaking the petals of Tahitian gardenias (best known as Tiaré flowers) in coconut oil.1 Historically monoi has been used by The Polynesians for … More Monoi – The “Miracle Oil” of Polynesia
We’ve all been there…spritz on a bottle of your favorite perfume or fragrance before you head out for the day, only to discover that the smell is gone before you’re even out the door! Frustrating isn’t it? The fact of the matter is the way you apply fragrance can have a profound effect on its … More Making Fragrance Linger Longer
San Francisco, CA – May 11, 2015 – Terranova®, purveyors of premium bath, body, and fragrance since 1970, announced today that they will provide over 500+ Terranova® luxury bath & body soap bars to Sniffapalooza’s Spring Fling 2015, the world’s largest fragrance and education event platform, on May 16th & 17th at The Bergdorf Goodman … More TERRANOVA® PARTNERS WITH WORLD’S LARGEST FRAGRANCE EVENT
The final destination on our Great Spring Break Escape is Nepal & The Himalayas where our Island Collections Fragrance, White Ginger & Pikake, originates. White Ginger, or Hedychium Coronarium, blooms in midsummer to late autumn and each “butterfly-like” flower only lasts one day![i] A cousin of culinary ginger, the flower and buds are edible and … More The Great Spring Break Escape – India & Himalayas