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Meet HIGHBORN!

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Meet HIGHBORN!

If you don’t already know about HIGHBORN, then well, you can thank us later.

The botanical aromatics brand, founded and formulated by Brooklyn cool girl Lauren Gannes, was created with a focus on self-love, connection and taking a moment to be in the present. At DORÉ we often pause and grab their Aromatic Anointing Oil or Body Mist to help get us through that last bit of the day. Just a quick inhalation exercise to stay positive, focused and calm. It’s all about the good vibes!

The line just expanded into luxe body care today (yippee), a trend that we’ve been seeing across a few of our favorite beauty lines, and are DEFINITELY here for! To that unspeakable fruity body lotion you’ve been using since college, we bid you adieu. HIGHBORN’s new nourishing Aromatic Body Oil (also available with full-spectrum CBD, if that’s how you roll) comes in three enticing rituals: Défumé, a blend of palo santo and sandalwood for balance and calm; Salome, a sophisticated floral scent with rose otto and tulsi for a little boost; Moon Saber, a soothing combination of blue tansy and neroli for serenity.

And if that’s not enough to get you salivating, the brand recently unveiled a fresh new look that is pretty darn fabulous (and making us rethink our whole body care top shelf).

Hey HIGHBORN, we’ll take one of each please!

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