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      The Green Product Junkie- Katie is a native New Yorker who loves skincare and makeup and the more natural the better for you and the planet.  Read her review of Dulse & Rugosa.

      50 Indie Beauty Brands From Every Single State You Need to Know NOW by Erika Stalder on Well and Good

      Kathryn at Going Zero Waste included Dulse & Rugosa's Hair Oil in her Zero Waste Skin Care Products.


      The Brunette Ecoholic a beauty and life-style blog for the eco-conscious women has a review of our FUN Shower Shots, Bring on the Zzzz's Sleep Balm and Too Much Botanical Essence Oil.  Perfect to relax and de-stress.  Here's the link-


      Maine Made Beauty Products Creating a Buzzzzzz! by Mary Pols, staff writer for the Portland Press Herald.   In kitchens and small batch workshops around Maine, farmers and foragers are getting into the beauty and skincare business and Dulse & Rugosa is one of them.  Read all about it here

      The Pull of an Island: Making a Living on Great Gott Island by Lynette Walther from Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors  It all began, as do many good stories, on an island. There’s something about an island, especially in Maine—an aura, a magnetic attraction. Read the rest of the article at

      An oldie but such a goodie from Kay Stephens of The PenBay Pilot- The Giving Island, Harvesting Wild Botanicals from Gotts Island

      A short but sweet article from the Acadia Visitor.  Check it out at

      We love to tell anyone but especially students about the wonders of seaweed.  All about our visit to Herring Gut Learning Center.  You can read all about it from the Pen Bay Pilot or from Algae World News

      From Maine Today a few shots of the best festival in the world.....THE SEAWEED FEST!!!  Check out the wonderful from a great day!

      Another great article about the Seaweed Fest this time from the Portland Press Herald.  Read it here.

      The gals over at Champagne in Teacups spent the day at SOWA Market in Boston and headed over to the Dulse & Rugosa tent.  Read all about their experience and their awesome purchases.

      Maine Cost Sea Vegetables got a kick out of our Seaweed Bumper Sticker.  Get your own awesome bumper sticker here or read about how much the folks at MCSV loved them. 

      Richly Rooted tried and reviewed our line of seaweed hair care including the Sweet Melissa Shampoo Bar, Herbal Vinegar Hair Rinse, and our Hair Oil.  Read about her experience here.

      Rising Tide Community Market in Damriscotta featured our products and zero plastic philosophy in their community newsletter.  Check out their awesome market and their newsletter here.

      The Maine Blog writes about the local businesses they support during holiday season.  We love Jess and all of her holiday gift picks.  Read more here.