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iwi fresh Featured on “CBS Atlanta Close up with JaQuitta Williams”
Thursday, June 07, 2012
iwi fresh was featured during the 5pm hour on CBS Atlana Thursday June 7, 2012
Skin Care Chef Yolanda Owens talks about her Garden Day Spa in downtown Atlanta Georgia called “iwi fresh Garden Day Spa” . Handmade, garden fresh skin, body and hair products that are made with fresh vegetables, fruits, and herbs.
Yolanda Owens Featured in Country Living Book
Friday, April 01, 2011
iwi fresh products and founder Yolanda Owens have been featured in the April 2011 Book of “Mom’s Guide to Running A Business” Strategies for Work Success and Family Balance (Country Living)
28 women around the world share diverse strategies on business development and operations, defining space and boundaries, and creating a viable work-family balance. A special “workshop” section also provides business basics for those just starting out.
An excerpt from the book follows:
“We’re About To Go On A Joyride”...That’s what Yolanda said to her kids when she decided to quit her job and start iwi fresh. It was a risk, but it was something she just felt she had to do. She has always had a creative side. ” She also, has a Grandmother with a life-long belief home remedies. ” I just had this burning desire to do my own thing”, says Yolanda. ” And then I felt this spiritual force telling me it’s time to take a leap of faith.”
iwi fresh Featured on “The Today Show”
Thursday, May 21, 2009
May 30th Country Living event to feature iwi fresh founder
Saturday, May 16, 2009
On May 30th, Country Living magazine will be holding their 4th annual Women Entreprenuers event in Chicago. Among the select business-women featured is Yolanda Owens, founder of iwi fresh. Visit Country Living for more details.
iwi fresh Featured in Vegetarian Times Magazine
Friday, May 01, 2009
iwi fresh products and founder Yolanda Owens have been featured in the May issue of “Vegetarian Times” Magazine in an article entitled ‘Good Enough to Eat.’
An excerpt from the article follows:
Taking a culinary approach to creating skin care products, a number of homegrown companies are serving up food-based goods so fresh, many must be stored in your fridge to preserve their precious nutrients. “That nice shot of coolness adds another element of luxury to your beauty routine,” notes Yolanda Owens, founder of Atlanta-based iwi fresh. Meet Owens and a couple of other natural-products pioneers who are bringing beauty straight from their kitchens to yours.
Beauty for Foodies
Every batch of iwi fresh beauty products begins with a trip to the farmers’ market, where Yolanda Owens selects the fruits and veggies she’ll use in her gastronomically inspired goods. Owens recruits family and friends to gauge the efficacy as well as the epicurean appeal of her creations—all of which she still blends by hand. “I’d never want to just flip a switch and have a machine do all the work,” she says. “My goal is to always keep that hands-on feel in our kitchen.”
Try: 14 Carrot Glow, a wonderfully creamy facial moisturizer: $32/2 oz.: iwifresh.com
iwi fresh featured in Lucky Magazine
Monday, February 02, 2009
iwi fresh and our 14 Carrot Glow have been featued in the February issue of Lucky Magazine.
iwi fresh featured in Atlanta Peach Magazine
Sunday, June 01, 2008
Founder of iwi fresh Yolanda Owens has been featured in the June 2008 issue of ” Atlanta Peach Magazine” in the article entitled ” The Atlanta Green Team”
An excerpt from the article follows:
As “skin care chef” and founder of iwi fresh. Yolanda Owens is one green goddess. Making each batch from scratch. Owens uses ingredients such as lettuce, avocados, tomatoes, carrots, flaxseed, cocoa butter an herbs, influenced by her grandmother.