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Relocating from Monterey California to Bel Air Baltimore

Posted on October 03, 2016 by Tetyana Hanna | 0 comments

From Monterey California to Bel Air Maryland

Tetyana naturals is relocating from #monterey CA to #belair MD (#baltimore area).
I have met a lot of amazing people and businesses during this stay in California as well as in Texas. As I am very sad to leave I am excited for the new beginnings in Maryland. All our products in Crush Boutique will be 25% OFF until the 15th of October. If anybody would like to say a goodbye you can see me at the regular farmer’s markets.
Online orders will not be shipped between the 19th and the 31st of October. If you would like your order shipped before these dates, please place your online order by the 17th of October to ensure it to be shipped by the 18th of October. Any orders made after the 17th will not be shipped until the week of the 31st of October. Thank you for being our loyal customers and for your understanding during our move!
#tetyananaturals #move #relocation #bathbombs #vegansoaps #goatmilksoaps #goatmilklotions #california #maryland #md #sale #deal #discount #newbeginnings #handmadesoap #naturalsoap #boutique #salinas #organic #line #wholesale #soap #lotion #salt

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Today at the Carmel Valley Farmers Market. Goat milk lotions, bath bombs, soap bars, eczema and facial skincare and more

Posted on August 07, 2016 by Tetyana Hanna | 0 comments

Our natural skincare products at Carmel valley California farmers market

Today at Carmel Valley Farmers Market ☀️😃

#farmersmarket #local #buylocal #supportlocal #subscriptionbox #bathtime #bathbombs #handmadesoap #soapaddict #shower #scent #scentedsoap #moisturizingsoap #organic #carmelvalley #village #market #produce #cali #california #ca #☀️ #🚿 #🛀

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At the Carmel Valley Farmers Market. Handmade Soap Bars, Goat Milk Lotions, Bath Bombs, Eczema and Facial Skincare and other bath and body products

Posted on July 31, 2016 by Tetyana Hanna | 0 comments

Natural soaps at Carmel valley farmers market in California


At the Carmel Valley Village Farmers Market, CA today ☀️

#farmersmarket #shoplocal #supportlocal #bathbomb #happiness #business #sunnyday #dream #california #ca #🚿 #🛀 #☀️ #relax #treat #bath #bay #beach #🌊 #soap #naturalsoap #carmelvalley #carmel

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Donuts and coffee in Salinas. Join us for fun to support firefighters.

Posted on July 29, 2016 by Tetyana Hanna | 0 comments

Join us tomorrow for a coffee and donuts at Crush Boutique in Old Town Salinas, Ca.

Support firefighters

#shoplocal #salinas #giveback #california #bubblebath #goatmilklotion #handmadesoap #naturalsoap #soap #goatmilksoap #naturalskincare #soapsalinas #soapcalifornia #bestsoap #mildsoap #eczemaskincare #organic

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Donuts and coffee in Salinas. Join us for fun to support firefighters.

Posted on July 29, 2016 by Tetyana Hanna | 0 comments

Join us tomorrow for a coffee and donuts at Crush Boutique in Old Town Salinas, Ca.

Support firefighters

#shoplocal #salinas #giveback #california #bubblebath #goatmilklotion #handmadesoap #naturalsoap #soap #goatmilksoap #naturalskincare #soapsalinas #soapcalifornia #bestsoap #mildsoap #eczemaskincare #organic

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Giveaway winners are...

Posted on April 18, 2016 by Tetyana Hanna | 2 comments

Giveaway at Tetyana naturals


Our giveaway has ended yesterday and today I would like to announce the winners.

Here are three lucky participants:

1. Alexa Lorenzi

2. Lynne Torgensen

3. Jeyde Kelly

Please send me your most favorite scent for your one soap choice and the address where you would like me to send it :-)


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Simple steps to a better diet and healthier eating. Spring Superfoods and Recipes

Posted on April 18, 2016 by Tetyana Hanna | 0 comments

Healthy food

Spring is in the air, but it's also in our foods. So, along with our yearly Spring Cleaning of our homes, we should also Spring Clean our diets. The best way to that that is to throw out all the 'junk' food (it's okay to treat yourself now & then) and replace them with healthier options. It starts with the basics, which truly work!

Step 1:  Stock up on Spring Superfoods like fruits & veggies

Superfoods are where it's, nowadays, and a lot of the veggies we love to eat are just as super as your favorite comic book hero!  Seasonal fruits and veggies are best bought at their peak, which is when they are packing the most nutrients they can.  It is recommended buying them from farmers' markets, because you know exactly how they've been grown, as natural and organic as possible.  

Here is an exhaustive list of powerhouse, fresh foods to beans, artichokes, asparagus, lettuce, radishes, green onions, spinach, spring squash.  Not to mention, mixed berries, apricots, cherries, apples, bananas and the like.

Usually, any seasonal fruit is better than cake, cookies and brownies, so do some research before purchasing fruits that are with a lower sugar content.

Step 2:  Consume leaner meats

It's okay to eat red meat, but if we're being honest, most of us eat too much of it.  Cutting down red meat to at least 1-2 times per week is ideal.  And, don't forget that portion control is key, because an average person is supposed to eat about 3-4 ounces per meal, which is basically the size of your palm.  And, adding more chicken and fish to your diet usually suffices your cravings for red meat.

Remember, to lessen your chance of mercury exposure, opt for 'light' tuna over white Albacore tuna, which is usually caught when the fish is larger and older, so it has had much more time to accumulate up to three times more than the 'light' tuna.  Also, look for wild or ocean caught fish to steer clear of the GMO farmed variety.

When choosing chicken, don't opt for white meat, even though it's been said that it may contain fewer calories, it does contain less vitamins and minerals that our bodies really need.  By the way, dark meat has a more flavorful taste.

As with beef, do choose cuts that have the least amount of visible fat.  Sirloin, top & bottom, eye of round, sirloin tip (roast or steak) are the best cuts of beef to purchase.  

It's best to limit your consumption of organ meat to around once or twice a month.  Liver has been known to pack cholesterol, so if you have to eat them, it's best to do it on cheat days.

Step 3:  Omit over processed cereals & breads

White bread, even the enriched white breads, are made of only three nutritious parts of the wheat berry, which is called the endosperm.  Which means, most of the much needed nutrients, like fiber, vitamins and minerals are basically stripped out.  

When looking for bread, go for wheat, instead.  Though, not just any wheat will do.  It should be 100% whole grain or stone-ground and not the enriched wheat flour.  If you can't pronounce any of the ingredients, then it's good cause not to buy it.  120 or less calories is best, as is, 3 or more grams of fiber.

Your best bet would be to purchase a bread machine or knead your own breads.  It's much easier than you think, once you get the yeast thing down.  There are lots of great simple and easy bread recipes out there.

Step 4:  Get more healthy foods into your diet

There's a possibility that some of the Spring Superfoods we listed previously does not like your palate, but they are some ways to sneak them into your plate.

- Pureeing yellow squash and heating them up with a few ounces of flavorful and tasty cheeses such as sharp cheddar, jack cheese, Parmesan or ricotta and your favorite spices will make it savory.

- The new craze nowadays is making spaghetti from veggies such as zucchini, squash, etc and topping with your favorite tomato or pesto sauce, which can also be made with added spinach and artichokes.

- Making a salad of leafy greens, diced radishes or beets, broccoli florets, beans, green onions, etc., and then, topping them with homemade strawberry or raspberry vinaigrette.

- You can also make your own pesto using spinach, radish leaves and arugula, which is actually more tastier than traditional pesto.  Pour it over some whole-wheat pasta or lean protein meats like shrimp or chicken.

- Make some refreshing smoothies with frozen yogurt and some mixed berries, and even, add in some kale or arugula.  The yogurt and fruits will wash out most of the veggie taste.

- Serve steamed veggies with ranch or dijon-based sauces to add more flavor. 

 Here are some simple and easy recipes to try...enjoy!

 Strawberry-Avocado Salsa with Cinnamon Tortilla Chips


2 teaspoons canola oil

6 (6-inch) whole-wheat flour tortillas

2 teaspoons sugar

1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon

1 1/2 cups finely chopped peeled ripe avocado (about 2)

1 cup finely chopped strawberries

2 tablespoons minced fresh cilantro

1 teaspoon minced seeded jalapeño pepper

2 teaspoons fresh lime juice

3/8 teaspoon salt


  1. Preheat oven to 350°.
  2. To prepare chips, brush oil evenly over one side of each tortilla. Combine sugar and cinnamon; sprinkle evenly over oil-coated sides of tortillas. Cut each tortilla into 12 wedges; arrange wedges in a single layer on two baking sheets. Bake at 350° for 10 minutes or until crisp.
  3. Combine avocado and remaining ingredients; stir gently to combine. Serve with chips.

Quick Cobb Salad with Yogurt Dressing


6 strips bacon

1/2 cup plain yogurt (not nonfat)

1 tablespoon lemon juice

1 tablespoon olive oil

1 clove garlic, finely chopped

1/2 teaspoon salt

2 romaine hearts, cut crosswise into half-inch strips

2 cups diced cooked skinless rotisserie chicken

1 cup cherry tomatoes, halved

1 ripe avocado, diced

3 ounces blue cheese, crumbled


  1. Cook bacon in a large skillet over medium-high heat until crisp, about 5 minutes. Remove bacon to a paper towel–lined plate. When bacon has cooled, crumble.
  2. In a medium bowl, whisk together yogurt, lemon juice, olive oil, garlic and salt.
  3. Toss romaine with 2 Tbsp. yogurt dressing and place on a serving platter. On top of romaine, arrange chicken, tomatoes, avocado, blue cheese and bacon in rows. Drizzle with remaining dressing and serve immediately.

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