Lakewinds is proud to be the Muskoka Lakes distributor of Graydon Skincare products, a natural fit with our business. Taking care of your skin is a bit like taking care of the landscape, the skin of earth. Regular moisture, attention and feeding keep both looking fresh and lively. Our chemical free, environmentally-sensitive approach to our gardens aligns well with Graydon's natural, vegan superfood skincare products created exclusively with plants, seeds and natural actives like botanical retinol, collagen, peptides, hyaluronic acid, probiotics, niacinamide, vitamin C, and even gemstone crystals.
These products will certainly enhance your skin, and help you feel relaxed and refreshed while enjoying your property. Our Top Ten picks, from Graydon's award-winning line up will do wonders for your skin, and are a great gift for guests. We know you'll love them as much as we do! In addition to her skincare products, founder Graydon Moffat is also the Resident Beauty Advisor for Toronto Life Magazine.
Our Top 10 Graydon Favourites
Intimacy Oil Use as an overall moisturizer daily after your shower to keep your skin soft and silky.
Matcha Mint Shampoo Helps strengthen and repair your hair, leaving it soft, and your scalp nourished.
Matcha Mint Hair Smoothie Detangles, conditions and soothes your scalp. You'll feel like you just left the salon!
Face Glow Helps your skin glow and radiate throughout the seasons.
All Over Soap Be invigorated by the scent of ginger while you wash.
Putty(Super Soothing Face Cream) Smoothes, soothes and reduces inflammation.
Bamboo Charcoal Sponge This 2-in-1 konjac sponge for sensitive skin provides the perfect texture to remove dirt and grime from your face.
All Over Face and Body Lotion Keeps your skin feeling moist and supple all day.
Hand Sanitizer This product will protect you from germs and bacteria, and smells great too.
Aloe Milk Cleanser This is a soothing milk cleanser for sensitive skin is formulated with aloe vera and black tea.
This is a Grey Tree Frog.
The gray treefrog (Hyla versicolor) is a species of small arboreal frog native to much of the eastern United States and southeastern Canada. (Source: Wikipedia, Gray_tree_frog, CC BY-SA 3.0)
They can change colors to match its surroundings to help protect itself from predators. We though it was a piece of gravel in the gardens, so just be aware when cleaning up your gardens in the springtime. Each and every critter has a important place in our eco system.