What's the Skinny — 2021

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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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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An Abridged History of Skinny Dip Candles

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We think it's about time to give you a little history on Skinny Dip Candles. 🤓
Skinny Dip Candles were invented by native Missoulian, Karen Porter, in 2004. After seeing a craft fair demonstration of soy candles in which she was asked to dip her fingers into the safe-to-touch wax, she had the "aha" that such a wax could be formulated as a lotion!

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How to Use Skinny Dip Candles for Dry Hands

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For those of us living in a semiarid climate with long winters (thanks Montana), it's not uncommon to have cold, dry hands. And with all the extra hand-washing and sanitizing going on the last year, our digits are in a state of deterioration. Luckily, our Skinny Dip Candles can be a big help!

 

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The 5 Love Languages: Why We Need to Return to the Origins

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Since it's inception, the 5 Love Languages idea took off exponentially and is now commonly considered a form of personality test. However, that was not quite the intention of the inventor, Gary Chapman. In fact, he only dedicated a single chapter in his book to discerning your own love language.

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