We can finally announce that The Green Parent Magazine has awarded ONjuniper with a BEST BUY AWARD!! It is encouraging and heartening to know that our Lip BAM! is getting recognized for what it truly is – a high quality product that is affordably priced.Read More
Have you received some lip balms, glosses or lipsticks under the tree, or in your stocking? If so, you may want to check out our naughty list of ingredients before applying them to your lips!
Two years ago, on May 19, 2015, ONjuniper was registered as a limited company. This was officially the beginning of our journey, creating and providing safe bath and body products for girls, using organic and natural ingredients. It has been an interesting ride full of every emotion that a start-up company can experience.
We've had many exhilarating moments. This most recently includes news that one of our products has won a beauty award!! I can't spill the beans until....
If you have kids, you’ve at one time or another probably bought a bath product that colours the water. It is a fun experience which can be a lifesaver during periods where the word ‘bath’ can evoke screams of NOoooo. Regardless of all....Read More
I seriously thought about not writing this blog. Some may think I’m blowing this out of proportion – it is a children’s book after all, BUT, the fact that it is a children’s book underscored that something needed to be written. The concept behind....Read More
Now I’ve returned to the computer after my social media hiatus to assess my status with some apprehension and anxiousness. Have people dropped me because I’ve been inactive?...If a business account can be unsettling, I wonder if a personal account can be more powerful and leave a bigger imprint? Think for example of a teenage girl, who is swayed by peer pressure and whose confidence and self-worth can be deeply linked with her popularity on a social media account....Read More
... From my own experience in raising two girls, many girls are intrinsically drawn to certain toys and games while boys are quite often happier with different items. I don’t see this natural alignment of likes and dislikes with gender as a cause for concern. The problem starts however, when these preferences become a stereotype, establishing a rigid framework or box, to define or describe what a girl or boy should be, delineate how they should act or place limitations on their potential. ....Read More
...I am lucky enough to be a mum of two amazing girls, aged 6 and 8. The greatest thing about Mother’s Day wasn’t the gifts, but the reminder of how lucky I am to be a mum. To be completely honest....Read More
...For most businesses, social media has become an essential marketing tool and for the end user, there are benefits – easy access to information, groups and networks, instant/readily digestible entertainment to name a few. The problem however are studies now linking an increase in anxiety and depression among adolescents, especially girls, with social media...Read More
My daughter asked me how old I was last week. Eek! - I couldn’t remember!! There was a time before life became hectic, when I could easily retract my age without a second thought. It was a period when I spent a lot of time exploring who I was, what made me tick, sought out like-minded people and used my daily activities to mark my place in the world. In anticipation of the Love What We Do’s, Find Your Glow on March 17th at the Hoebridge Centre in Woking, it seems fitting to focus this blog on these three enduring truths.Read More
When I came across a 2016 desktop study commissioned by the EU Parliament titled, Human health implications of organic food and organic agriculture it peaked my interest. I thought maybe this study would clear the air and tell us if organic really is better…or not. Unfortunately it didn’t! Needless to say, the study revealed some interesting findings that may help in drawing your own conclusion on whether or not to buy organic.Read More