"Karl Ove Knausgaard: The bear do
It isn’t what Karl Ove Knausgaard has in his closet that’s memorable – it’s that impressive facial hair. Knausgaard, the serial Norwegian autobiographer, has probably the most famous literary beard since Farley Mowat, the hirsute Canadian writer and environmentalist who died in May. How does the international sensation keep his salt-and-pepper scruff so consistently short and spiky? Only Don Johnson knows for sure.
Want the look? Stop shaving, stock up on Musky Barber Shop essential-oil spray by Vancouver’s Happy Spritz ($28 for 100 ml throughwww.happyspritz.com) or Christine Chanter Botanicals Beard Oil ($30 for 30 ml through www.christinechanter.com)." Read More
..here's the excerpt from the Toronto Life magazine, October 2014 on page's 90 and 91. There were 6 top choices.
"CREAMS OF THE CROP"
Our favourite all-natural lotions, potions and goops
(category 5) FRAGRANCE
Christine Chanter Botanicals
Chanter, a registered massage therapist, started using essential oils on her clients 20 years ago and soon graduated to mixing her own scents. Our favourites include the floral Parfum 2 ($40), as well as Bush Country, a scented oil for what Chanter calls “lady gardens” ($35).
Alternative cures for six everyday ailments - no prescription necessary
(category 6 ) MUSCLE ACHES
Christine Chanter Botanicals Muscle Roll-on
A substitute for Tiger Balm that smells like black spruce. $45.