Julie's Medicine Cabinet
This month in Julie’s Medicine Cabinet, our founder details what she’s currently coveting. From her go-to frequency device to her must-have elevated puka necklaces, Julie’s discoveries are the products you need and never knew you needed.
Although it comes with a hefty price tag, this frequency device has been a game changer for Julie and her wellness routine. Somavedic works on a cellular level to help mitigate the effects of environmental and mobile radiation and oxidative stress. “It affects circulation and our internal balance. I have the green Vedic and have felt an improved energy shift and sleep quality since I've had it in my home. And has a soothing effect on the nervous system. The Vedic also structures water. ” Enter code INFIORE10 to receive a 10% discount.
Julie is obsessed with jewelry designer Sara Béltran’s pieces. With her move to Mexico, Julie has been trying to take her everyday tropical style to the city and back. “What I love about Sara’s designs is she has a whole collection inspired by her love of the ocean. She works with shells, gems, and 18kt gold, and everything is carved by expert artisans in India. I was looking for something to uplevel my jewelry collection so that it feels beachy, but still chic.” Julie’s current favorite piece is The Wave Gold Wire. “It’s a simple wire that connects in the back, but then you can add all these beautiful, different coquito and wave charms and customize it based on your vibe.”
While in Paris, walking around the Marais, Julie discovered a shop called Gachon Pothier, owned by two French women. Let’s just say Julie spent hours in there trying all the things that caught her eye. “I left with a stack of puka-style necklaces around my neck. The women who create the pieces are super chic, wearing striped tees with beautiful, messy stacks around their necks. We connected and I was popping in there all the time during my trip. They have a collection of really incredible pieces and will surely be a place I’ll go to every time I’m in Paris. I should add that every time I wear that stack, people stop me and photograph my necklaces, asking where they’re from!"