Western Bluebirds are occasional summer residents in Arizona's mountain pine forests and common winter visitors in oak-pine savannas and grassy lowland areas. We mimicked the beautiful blue and brown colors of this colorful bird.
While this bird has been on the decline in many ranges, we can occasionally see one perched on a yucca plant or flying over open meadows in the north. Juniper stands often feature small flocks that feed on the fragrant berries.
The blue and brown feathering is meant to capture the unique coloring of the western bluebird.
The scent we chose is a warm scent of oatmeal, milk and honey that smells like vanilla on a cold winter's day. We added a hint of lychee red tea to create one of our bestselling winter blends.
Sunflower and Apricot Kernel oils, along with rich organic Kokum butter will keep your skin hydrated and soft throughout the dry winter days.