Paige Schilt

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August 22, 2014 @ Whole Story
Acne care has come a long way since the days when neon-blue astringent was once the weapon of choice. Here are a few tips for making smart choices in the modern-day skin-care aisle.
August 21, 2014 @ Whole Story
If you’d like to learn how to choose and cook the perfect rice to elevate your favorite dishes, stick with us! Our 365 Everyday Value® line offers an exceptional selection of rice varieties — including many organic options — at prices that encourage exploration. Below is a quick guide to some of the most popular types and their culinary characteristics.
August 7, 2014 @ Whole Story
A few of my friends swear by dry shampoo saying it pumps up the volume, adds lift and absorbs excess oil. My hair is short and it always sticks straight up, but I was still curious about a product that could refresh my scalp between shampoos.
July 15, 2014 @ Whole Story
An ice cream float party is a festive way to satisfy everyone’s sweet tooth. With a little advance planning, you can maximize choices while minimizing mess and stress.
July 9, 2014 @ Whole Story
Because cherry season is short and sweet — very sweet — I’m determined to seize the day. I’ve devised a foolproof two-part plan to enjoy cherry season to the fullest.
July 5, 2014 @ Whole Story
When you buy a Whole Trade product, a portion of what you paid goes into a development fund for producers, farm workers and their communities. Hear how they are using these funds to improve their quality of life.
June 28, 2014 @ Whole Story
The Internet is full of cherry pitting hacks that run the gamut from ingenious to outlandish. There’s the pastry tip method and paper clip tip. But my favorite version, by far, is the chopstick in a bottle way.
June 25, 2014 @ Whole Story
Cherry season is short and sweet. Very sweet. To help you make the most of this fleeting season, we’re giving away a 5-lb box of plump, juicy cherries to five randomly selected winners who share what they would do with that many cherries.
June 22, 2014 @ Whole Story
Bees pollinate many of our favorite summer foods, including berries, melons, squash and peppers. They’re also responsible for many of the cover and alfalfa that feed beef and dairy cows. Without pollinators, summer barbecues and picnics would be bland.
June 18, 2014 @ Whole Story
You can thank a pollinator for one out of every three bites you eat. Bees help produce more than 100 types of crops, everything from almonds to watermelons. They’re also vital to the clover and alfalfa that feed beef and dairy cows. If you care about food, you need to care about bees.
June 10, 2014 @ Whole Story
The fine folks at Aura Cacia shared their recipe for a DIY body mist made with pure essential oils. The refreshing scent features lemon eucalyptus oil in a base of green tea. It’s the perfect spritz for hot summer days and long summer nights.
June 10, 2014 @ Whole Story
Dr. John C. (Jack) Gilbert is a professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Santa Clara University in California’s Silicon Valley. He’s also an amateur beekeeper — or, as he would say, a “sideliner” in the world of beekeeping. We asked him to tell us about swapping his lab coat for a beekeeper’s suit.
May 28, 2014 @ Whole Story
Susan “Suki” Wattik is the Associate Global Coordinator for our Whole Body departments and a dedicated devotee of all things body care. We were recently wowed by her knowledge of exfoliation and asked her to offer a few tips for summer skin care. How is exfoliating your body different from exfoliating your face?
May 14, 2014 @ Whole Story
Picture this: You’re all packed up for a summer adventure. Maybe you’re hiking into the mountains or sailing to a tropical isle, or perhaps you’re planning a picnic at a local park. Whatever the destination, you’re ready to seize the day! You just have to make a quick stop for sunscreen.
May 1, 2014 @ Whole Story
I’m on the hunt for high-quality products that make a difference in the world, and Whole Trade makes it easy. Every purchase of a Whole Trade product is like a vote for a better world.
April 30, 2014 @ Whole Story
Order Mother's Day Flowers Online When Julia Ward Howe penned the original “Mother’s Day Proclamation” in 1870, it was a call to action:
April 29, 2014 @ Whole Story
I’m especially wary of eye makeup remover with mineral oil or other petroleum by-products. Thankfully, this simple DIY recipe will dissolve even the most stubborn makeup with just three plant-based ingredients.
April 10, 2014 @ Whole Story
If you’re feeling a bit blah from the dark days of winter, a good blush can refresh your look and highlight your natural features. Here are a few tips for choosing a blush that’s right for you.
March 30, 2014 @ Whole Story
In 2005, Traci Reazer was one of the first Whole Foods Market team members to be hired with the title Aesthetician. You can find Traci in the Whole Body department at our flagship Lamar store in Austin, TX.
March 27, 2014 @ Whole Story
I live in Austin, Texas, where spring smells like…grape soda. The Sophora secundiflora or Texas mountain laurel, is a popular native shrub whose flowers smell exactly like the Grape Nehi my grandpa used to drink. In my neighborhood, their sweet scent is a surefire sign that spring has arrived.

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