Addiction Recovery and h. honeycup

April 14, 2019

Image of four female friends celebrating life after addiction for blog on how H. Honeycup supports those in sober living

Addiction has affected our family like so many others and this year we began donating body care products to recovery centers. Our hope is that we can encourage women to heal both body and mind naturally.

Recovery is an ongoing and emotional journey for individuals, their friends and family. There is so much about addiction that people who haven’t experienced it don’t understand. It’s hard to even articulate. Maybe another time.

Those in recovery are working to treat their bodies with respect. There is a sincere effort to live a healthier lifestyle. In the smallest way we try to put a smile on their faces and reassure them that the body care we give them is made with ingredients that are healthy and natural.

We’ll keep you posted on our activities. Please email us if you know of a center that could benefit from natural skincare. We’re also open to your ideas on how else we can help those in recovery. Thank you.

Cindy






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