Jolene Hart, CHC
Health Coach + Author + Beauty Editor
“One of the clean beauty industry’s experts who’s helping change cultural perspectives about food & its impact on skin.”
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Ready for fall and winter?
Maybe your skin is lagging behind a bit?
If you're in the Brooklyn area on Wednesday, November 6th, stop by The One Well Boutique to tune-up your natural beauty from the inside out— with an amazing group of estheticians, experts and natural beauty gurus who are offering a transformative (and free!) night. I'll be sampling my sweet and skin-strengthening Pumpkin Pecan Bites and offering tons of fall beauty nutrition advice, so come ask me your beauty questions! The one well is also packed with eco-chic products that make amazing holiday gifts, so get started early.
Hope to see you there!Read More
Beauty Food Supper Club — Spring Beauty Renewal
Top 10 Instant Detox Tips for Mind, Body and Beauty
If you missed the spring meeting of the Beauty Food Supper Club at Sun In Bloom in Brooklyn, you can still apply some of the top detox tips that myself and experts Sara Jane Mercer, Rebecca Casciano and chef Aimee Follette shared with guests during the delicious first course (a yummy Kimchi Avocado Salad!). Feel free to contact me if you have questions about these tips, and happy detoxing!Read More
If your skin's looking just a bit dull these days, maybe you put on a few winter pounds, or you just don't feel ready for spring to arrive, you need RENEWAL. My favorite instant makeover comes from the inside out, with beauty food. And I'm sharing it with you on April 4th at the second Beauty Food Supper Club!Read More
I love a good makeover story. Hollywood has done them to pieces, so has TLC, but they don't happen that often in the beauty industry. When they do, I get excited.
Over the past few years, I've watched one company in particular blossom from Sprout Wellness, to Sprout, to its grown-up and gorgeous new incarnation, SW Basics of Brooklyn. I first found this company while writing an article for the beauty pages of Boho magazine back in 2010. I thought the all-over cream was to die for. A year later, I was introduced to their bolder, hipper identity, Sprout. The lip balm was instantly a purse staple. Today the brand has added even more new products, and come of age as SW Basics of Brooklyn. And it fits. Vogue, W mag, Whole Living (RIP), and New York mag agree.
Founder Adina Grigore has a serious talent for mixing a few simple ingredients into pure elegance. Using these products makes you wonder why complicated beauty products dominate the market. More isn't always more, and SW Basics is proof that beauty can be effective and simple at the same time.
Four things I love about SW Basics products:Read More
Dear readers, I'm making one of my beauty food dreams come true in February, with the first installment of my Beauty Food Supper Club! If you're in NYC or the surrounding area, grab your seat now!
The three-course dinner will be hosted by myself, celebrity makeup artist and health coach Rebecca Casciano, and recipe developer and health coach Sara Jane Mercer. I'm so thrilled to be pairing with these amazing ladies for this exciting (and super-exclusive) dinner series.Read More