HH September Picks

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As September unfolds, we're savouring the final days of summer before embracing the shift of seasons. We're gathering in backyard gardens with family to harvest ripe grapes and preserve tomatoes for the colder months ahead.

Moisturizing products are our priority as we eagerly anticipate the launch of HH's new Hand & Body Lotion in 3 swoon-worthy scents.


Jenna: Province Apothecary’s Lover’s Oil as a body oil, love the cedar scent and feel of it on my skin.

Jenny: Health Hut Hand and Body Lotion in Vetiver, Black Pepper, Peru Balsam, Everist Deep Conditioning Concentrate, Tata Harper Lip Crème in Bare.

Tara: Our new Health Hut Hand and Body Lotion in allll scents. (I can't pick!)

Rachel: Natureofthings Hair Cleanse Concentrate and Hair Condition Concentrate, Vintner's Daughter trio, Tata Harper Lip Crème in Bare.

Mary: Health Hut Hand and Body Lotion in Vetiver, Black Pepper, Peru Balsam - gorgeously moisturizing and loving this deep earthy scent layered with Liis Eau De Parfum in Studied for the crisp autumn days.

On my face, cleansing with Orris Le Soliste, and nourishing with Tata Harper Lip Crème in Bare (daily and as an overnight lip mask) and Tata Harper Rejuvenating Serum. Cleansing and nourishing my hair with Natureofthings Hair Cleanse Concentrate and Hair Condition Concentrate.

Melissa: Natureofthings Hair Cleanse Concentrate and  Hair Condition Concentrate, and Coola's Mineral SPF 30 Tinted Face Sunscreen Lotion, every day!

Nat: Vintner's Daughter Active Treatment Essence and Attar Floral Repair Concentrate by Monastery on the face. New Health Hut Hand and Body Lotion in Eucalyptus, Vetiver and Petitgrain on the body, right after my long fall bath using our matching Bubble Bath

Jeronnie: Vintner's Daughter Active Botanical Serum and Salt & Stone Body Wash in Bergamot and Hinoki.


Jenny: Muffins from Tori's Bakeshop, I like to pick them up at Kupfert & Kim in Yorkville on my way to work.

Melissa: Oatmeal with Ontario peaches and plain greek yogurt.

Jeronnie: Flaxseed Vienna Sourdough and purple peppers.

Nat: Ramen from Tondou Ramen with a Sapporo on the side. Ramen and beer eaten outside in the fall is the perfect combination.

Mary: Local pears and all the tomatoes from my garden.

Tara: Visiting my favourite city spots I have been missing all summer. First stop, Bar Isabel for the garlicky shrimp and sourdough bread.

Jenna: Grilled Ontario corn on the cob with Abokichi’s Spicy Chili Miso smeared on top.

Rachel: Chocolate chip banana bread.


Nat: Your Love is Not Good by Johanna Hedva

Melissa: The Gentlewoman Magazine - Issue 26

Jenna: The Body Keeps The Score by Bessel Van Der Kolk

Jeronnie: Looking through my memory book.

Jenny: To The River: A Journey Beneath the Surface by Olivia Laing

Rachel: Girlhood by Melissa Febos

Mary: Enjoying independent journalism in my inbox from indiginewshakaimagazine, and online at slow journal.

Tara: Real Life by Brandon Taylor


Jeronnie: My family compositions of music, songs and greetings for my cousin.

Tara: New album 99 Nights by Charlotte Cardin.

Mary: The Last Waltz projected on a sheet in the backyard and friends singing along. 

Nat: Frank Ocean's Channel Orange album to kick off FALL.

Rachel: Serial Productions new podcast series The Retrievals.

Jenny: Ever New by Beverly Glenn-Copeland.

Jenna: The new season of ‘Where Should We Begin with Esther Perel’ Podcast.

Melissa: Olivia Rodrigo's newest singles


Mary: Picking and preserving neighbourhood grapes!

Nat: Spending as much time outside, taking in the fresh air and roasting some marshmallows over a campfire.

Jenna: Quintessential end of summer activities, beach days, golfing, drive in and ice cream dates.

Rachel: Spending lots of time with family and taking advantage of Toronto Public Library's free museum passes to see some new AGO exhibits.

Tara: Preserving jars of tomatoes for delicious pasta all winter long.

Melissa: Going to Bickford Park with friends!

Jeronnie: Morning walks to discover new parks and shops!

Jenny: Organizing, donating and simplifying all the things I have.

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