We’re in the final stretch of summer but the fun in the sun isn’t over yet. At Pantry, we’re still working on all-natural essentials for your summer adventures and taking our goodies to the streets and shops near you. Check out the scoop below and see where we are, what we’ve been up to and a little spilling of the beans on our latest stockist. (Hint: It’s our new neighbor).
Be sure to keep a look out for next month’s newsletter as we’ll be announcing the first of our monthly workshops. It’s sure to get you in the mood for the cooler months.
Until then, stay cool!
XO The Pantry Vault by Pantry Products Proprietor: Michelle M. Czarka Shop Assistant: Chris Ace-Thigpen Pantry Pooch: Lou
Spilling the Beans
Ok, we can’t wait for one paragraph to tell you….Pantry has been selected for West Elm’sLOCAL program. Eek! When our upstairs neighbors open their new Reno location on August 11th, you’ll discover handmade cold process soap from yours truly. We’ve custom-designed 5 varieties of soap just for West Elm (pictured in the header of this email) and will be collaborating on maker + public workshops. We are pleased as punch to be selected and are full of inspiration for what’s to come. Mark your calendars for the opening and stay tuned for workshop info.
Put Your Best Face Forward
Pantry Products started off as a lifestyle brand offering chemical-free alternatives to cleaning your home, laundry, and yoga mats. It has since developed into so much more especially in regards to skincare. We currently offer over a dozen products custom-blended products to ensure you’re putting your best face forward without sacrificing your health. Take a peek below at our best sellers:
Pantry offers 3 clay masks to meet the needs of your skin: clarifying Lavender-Frankincense, Exfoliating Pink Clay Mask, Detox Charcoal Clay Mask. Now conveniently offered in a sample trio so you can try all three.
Green Tea Moisturizer & Nourishing Neroli Eye Serum
The benefits from supporting our local businesses are wide-reaching. By buying from within our community, we strengthen our economic bases, keep our community unique, reduce environmental impact, encourage local prosperity, create job, and encourage entrepreneurship to name a few.
While we are small and don’t have much to offer, we aim to help and support our local businesses and entrepreneurs however and whenever we can. Be sure to show love to a few of our favorites: