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Hello Spring, Papaya Castor is Here!


  It’s finally here! The NEW Papaya Castor collection has arrived and we’re excited to share it with you! From scalp to style, this new addition to the EDEN family was created to be a tropical treat to your tresses! As its name reveals, the key ingredients are Papaya and Castor Oil. What are their benefits?   Papaya A superfruit packed with antioxidants and Vitamins C and A . It has the ability to add volume, lessen dandruff, clear buildup, and relieve an itchy, flaky scalp. Castor Oil Contains fatty acids which provide amazing moisture to both the scalp and hair shaft. Its smooth consistency can also help to protect the hair cuticle from breakage.       Now on to the products! Introducing the Papaya Castor...       Scalp Cleanser The Papaya Castor Scalp Cleanser is a gentle blend of nutrients that will help to remove buildup without stripping your hair. Papaya naturally alleviates itching and dryness and clarifies the skin. Mixed with Castor Oil, this cleanser also adds moisture... MORE

5 Styles, 1 Collection


Ever get tired of having to cross product collections just to achieve your go-to hairstyle? Mixing five different scents, leaving it up to chance whether the varying lines will mix well or not can be frustrating! That’s why we’re here - to make styling simpler! One collection, one scent, multiple options, and great results! We’re talking about our Coconut Shea collection! It’s an OG that has stood strong for so long because it’s super moisturizing, sulfate and paraben free, AND has everything from cleansers and conditioners, to stylers and oils. Whether wash ‘n gos, twist outs, or heat styling is your thing, we’re sure you’ll find something to love!   Let’s start with the basics.   If you aren’t already familiar with the collection, below is the ULTIMATE GUIDE! We’ve listed of all twelve (YES, 12) items that make up the range. 1.Moisture Shampoo  2. Cleansing CoWash 3. Creamy Conditioner  4. Hair Masque Treatment 5. Leave-In Conditioner 6. Curling Jelly  7. Curl Defining Cream... MORE

Back to the Basics


Hello 2019! We are so grateful to all of our OG EDEN supporters and are thrilled to begin another new and exciting year filled with healthy hair and skin! We would also like to take a moment to welcome all of the new EDEN family members! We are (and have always been)  a natural, ingredient-focused brand, committed to providing affordable, luxurious products to complement a healthy lifestyle! Plus, we’re cruelty free (that’s right, no animal testing) and free of harsh sulfates and parabens too.  Need to get better-acquainted with our products? Now is the time, as we’re taking it back to the basics.   Coconut SheaMoisture, + Definition + Styling Our largest and most-loved collection! Coconut Shea combines Coconut Oil and Shea Butter to deeply moisturize hair from root-to-tip, leaving behind healthy and bouncy curls! Heavy hitter faves in this collection include the Cleansing Co-Wash, Leave-In Conditioner, and Curl Defining Creme. There’s also a Moisture Shampoo, Creamy Conditioner,... MORE

Uh, Huh Honey!


We did it again! ANOTHER new collection, and this Hibiscus and Honey-infused combo is perfect for spring!   The Hibiscus Honey collection is made up of five products, designed to hydrate your hair from the inside out, thanks to its Hibiscus Flower Extract and  Honey ingredients.   Hibiscus Flower Extract Aids In: - hair growth - Strengthening hair - Thickening hair - Combatting hair loss   Honey Aids In: - Strengthening hair - Moisture retention (natural emollient) - Reducing breakage - Antibacterial & antiseptic properties - Adding shine   The awesome thing about this line (besides the amazing smell and ability to hydrate), is that it allows for style versatility!  With products for curls and for stretched or heat styling, it’s bound to be a staple in your hair care collection!   Hibiscus Honey Curl Hydration Shampoo This shampoo gently cleanses and nourishes the hair. Adds moisture and softness to give your curls an extra boost of hydration. ———————     Hibisc... MORE

Curl Talk with Tacha J


Hey Beautiful People!   Tacha of TachaJ.com here to tell you all about an event Erin (@theesperanzamaria) and I created with you in mind. Before we jump in, let me introduce myself! By day, I work in International Development supporting government-funded projects around the globe. By night, I’m a Beauty and Lifestyle Blogger, creating community, connecting with women, and sharing my thoughts and experiences. The creative freedom blogging gives me is unmatched; I'm able to express my interests and share my personality in a way my full-time job just doesn't allow. And as a result of my blogging endeavors, Curl Talk DC was born. It all started with feeling a little left out of the booming NYC natural hair community. Erin and I wanted in on the fun and were determined to bring that same dynamic to the DC area! The idea was simple, actually: every girls night inevitably leads to hair talk. After a few glasses of wine you'll find us raving over holy grail hair products, sharing tips, per... MORE

Mental Health + the Holidays


It's officially the holiday season, with Thanksgiving only a day away! When Eden BodyWorks reached out to me to write a piece on mental health and the holidays, I jumped at the opportunity.  A little background, I have a Master of Arts in Counseling; Marriage and Family Therapy to be exact. I’ve worked in the Mental Health field for going on six years. I currently work as a school-based therapist with kids ages 5-17 who struggle with a host of mental health concerns such as Anxiety, ASD, ADHD, and Depression to name a few. I also have some experience working with Adults who struggle with SPMI (Serious and Persistent Mental Illness). Holidays as most of you know can bring so much joy into our lives; it's a time to celebrate traditions, connect with family, friends and loved ones. Holidays, can also be a time of immense stress for others.  It can come with huge financial expectations or obligations; some people face loss of a job, loss of loved ones, anniversary of the death of a ... MORE

Hair care with Bonnie + Faroukjames


Hey readers! My name is Bonnie and I'm the lucky mama to Faroukjames, whom you may know from Instagram. He's the one with the long and beautiful curls. Farouk is not my only child though, I have two others who are indeed not children any more, in fact they are parents themselves now!   I became a mother at a very young age, having three unplanned children from my childhood sweetheart by the age of 19. Farouk was my only planned child and there is a fifteen year age gap between Lucas and Farouk ( my two youngest boys).  People often assume I wanted another girl ( based upon Farouk's long curls) but that's not true, we wished for a boy. It was to be Farouk senior's first son, so excited were we on the day of the scan, hoping for the news of a boy. However, we were then shocked to only be told "Sorry, we cannot see the sex, only that this baby has heaps of hair!"  photo by @tabzwilson Luckily, I was prepared. My elder children are mixed (half Jamaican), so I already knew how to... MORE

Quick Curly Costumes: A DIY Guide


Halloween is just around the corner so we thought we’d share a few natural hair-inspired DIY costumes to help you brainstorm what to put together for that last-minute costume party.  Up first, X Men’s Storm… after the humidity hits.   @jewejewebee Traditionally, in all of the Marvel comics and films, the superhero Storm is portrayed with straight white hair.  Jewellianna Palencia, better known as @jewejewebee, decided to make this costume her own last year by sporting her curly locks, instead of straight ones. All it took was a couple cans of white-colored hair spray, a black jumpsuit (or a black top and pants) and boots. This idea is super cute, and easy to execute!   Next, Susie Carmichael from Nickelodeon’s old show, Rugrats. @brianamae27 This costume is simple, convenient, and also cute! Put your hair into three braided pigtails adorned with those little barrettes most of us remember from childhood.  Throw on a yellow sweater or dress and some purple leggings and yo... MORE

Building a Confident Girl with Tamara South


Being a girl in this world can be difficult. There is so much influence telling you that you don’t look right the way you are. While confidence-building begins at home, the world around us has influence on the way we think about ourselves. I can attest to feeling like a fish out of water. I wanted to stand out but the risk of being made fun of by my peers led me to opt for blending in with the crowd instead. I had a low self-esteem not because of what was going on at home, but because of my peers. With a 4c hair type, wearing it out was not the “in-thing”. I wore a perm which helped stripped me of my identity. It actually wasn’t until I stopped getting perms that my confidence started to come back. Growing up, I dreaded wash days. My hair was full of tangles and my grandmother would use a brush to get through my wet 4c hair( a natural hair disaster). Fast forwarding to the present, I’m so grateful for the natural hair community of women who have taught me how to love and not just... MORE

Living Authentically with Britt Null


Last month I was blessed to celebrate another birthday.  Turning 31 wasn’t exactly a milestone birthday in the traditional sense but considering some recent life changes, it was a milestone for me. Thoughts about what the past 31 years of my life have been raced through my mind, and while contemplating, one word surfaced; authenticity.  Authenticity can be defined as “being true to one’s own personality , spirit or character”.  As I grappled with this word and the definition, several questions swarmed in my head. Have I lived an authentic life the past 31 years? Have I been true to my own personality, spirit and character? While soul searching I was hit with a couple major epiphanies. The first was that I had spent a large portion of my existence living bits and pieces of authenticity, but not fully. The second was the realization that I was constantly seeking experiences to fulfill this “authentic” self I so desperately needed to be. Whether it was through friendships, travelin... MORE

Spreading the Love


In the media, amongst our timelines, and in many of the most popular YouTube channels, we see a number of natural haired ladies being represented these days, which is amazing! However, it’s much more often that we see looser (type 3 if you’re into categorizing) patterned hair textures than the tighter coils of our type 4 sisters and brothers.   There are plenty of beautiful type 4 hair bloggers and enthusiasts out there and we want to help share the love.   Check out Bubs Bee. She’s a fabulous beauty enthusiast with a head full of lovely hair. She has an array of helpful videos demonstrating how she cares for and styles her type 4 hair.  @_bubsbee     There’s also LaToya Diana. She’s proudly a 4c natural dedicated to creating videos and blog content to help provide styling options for other girls with a similar hair texture.   @latoya_diana     Abigail, or Ab K, has a lot to share as well. In her very own words, she’s all about, “showing and sending out love to all my... MORE

On the Grind with @TheEsperanzaMaria


  Hey Beauties! Erin here; better known as @theesperanzamaria on Instagram, I am the creator of The Sunflower Experience and co-founder of Curl Talk DC. I stepped into the blogging world a little over a year ago now and it has been such an amazing experience filled with an immense amount of opportunity, love and support. Taking on this role has commanded a great amount of responsibility and time management skills. I am constantly on the move, so much so, I literally have-to schedule everything sometimes even just hanging with my friends has-to be scheduled down to the minute.   Now that school is back into full spring, I have to factor in school, work, blogging and attending events or doing shoots. All of this sounds like a whole lot, I know, but when you are passionate about something you never allow anything to get in your way. Even if that is sleep sometimes, in the words of Tommy Pickles “a baby’s gotta do what a baby’s gotta do,” although, in this case a blogger’s gotta d... MORE