noya beauty blog

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A beauty blog is born!

Hey there all you natural beauties!

Welcome to the Noya Beauty Blog – a world entirely dedicated to all-natural, healthy and safe choices in beauty and in life. We’ll be bringing you information on everything you need to know about natural living, from do-it-yourself masks and scrubs to our favorite 10-minute workouts that you can do right from your office chair –  there’s no limit to the fun, wacky, and inspired posts you can expect to see from us.

You’re probably asking yourself, “Who are these people, anyway?” Well, we are NOYA, creators of kosher, all-natural cosmetics (well, lip balm, for now, but more to come!), and lovers of all stuff that makes you feel good inside and out. It’s very nice to meet you!

The word NOYA actually means “divine beauty” in Hebrew, and feeling divinely beautiful is what we’re all about. Beauty is more than just picking out the right outfit or putting on a little makeup, it’s about a way of life that begins and ends with the choices you make every day – from the kind of fuel you’re putting in your body and the products you use throughout your day, to the amount of sleep you allow yourself to get. Divine beauty is a lifestyle that lets you you radiate from within. At least, that’s how we see it!

Many of our initial posts will focus on lip care or other lip related topics. After all, lips are what got us into the all-natural business in the first place, and having healthy lips means having a brighter, more radiant smile. However, as mentioned earlier, there is no limit on the potential of this blog and we fully intend to cover any and all aspects of the all-natural cosmos, as well as any other topic that fits the theme of divine beauty. Often times inspiration hits in the least likely of places, and the only rule we’re sticking to is that if it makes us feel good, we want you to know about it too!

Make sure to follow us, we’ll be bringing you some great, fun, and “all-natural” inspired posts every week! Till next time, live divinely 😉