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Diving In with Our Logo Artist, Andrew Houser

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Diving In with Our Logo Artist, Andrew Houser

When I took over Skinny Dip in August 2020, I had a very vague idea of what I wanted our new logo to look like and Andrew Houser took my smattering of words and jumble of thoughts and put them together into what is now our "cheeky" (yes pun intended) Skinny Dip Gal. He is such a genuine person with incredible talent and I know he created the perfect face for my vision.

I wanted you all to have a chance to get to know him better, so he is this month's community feature. Enjoy and then follow this fantastic individual!

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Skinny Dip Candles for Wedding Gifts

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After a year (practically) without weddings, we are greatly looking forward to being able to celebrate our friends' and family-members' love together again. And oh there are so many ways that Skinny Dip Candles can enhance a wedding! Let's just dive right in.

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12 Tips to Make Your Wedding Memorable to Both You and Your Guests

My husband and I put together an awesome wedding. I mean… our friends still randomly bring up how much fun they had 5 years later so… I’m going to accept the win. What made it special? Here is my best advice for hosting a wedding that you, your spouse AND your guests will enjoy.

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Diving In: Summer Skincare with Esthetician Caitlin Davis

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Diving In: Summer Skincare with Esthetician Caitlin Davis

Caitlin Davis is an incredibly knowledgeable esthetician and I am constantly bugging her for advice on my skin. With the summer sun (and skin damage) approaching, I thought she would be the perfect person to feature and offer some insight into your summer skincare routine.

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Skinny Dip Candles to Treat Sunburn

We can finally feel the summer approaching in the longer, warmer days here in Montana and we are so ready! Personally, we can't wait to plant the garden, go on some hikes, and visit Flathead Lake on the weekends.  All these activities put us in the long-awaited sunshine, which usually means (much to our chagrin) a sunburn. But before we get too far into the pain points of sunburn, we do want to emphasize why it's important to get into the sun! Benefits of Sun Exposure Regular sun exposure on the skin (5-15 minutes) is attributed to the release of serotonin. This...

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