Creative Re-Purposing

Re-Purposed Bétèrre

Many of our customers have sent us photographs of how they re-use our beautiful Bétèrre bottles and jars so we have decided to challenge all of our Bétèrre family to a contest. We import our glass from a small factory in Northern Italy not to just make our products look amazing, but to protect the purity of our formulas. Does … Continue reading

Toxic Ingredients: Truth Edition


What is there to be afraid of if a Friday falls on the 13th day of the month? Many people put scary connotations on Friday the 13th. But why? The basis of this superstition is murky. If you are not clear on why something is to be feared, should you be afraid of it? When it comes to toxic ingredients … Continue reading

Gift Giving Made Easy


I love this time of the year. I love the hustle and bustle and the last minute preparations, holiday parties, the sound of Christmas music or Christmas movies playing in the background. Who hasn’t wrapped presents listening to Ralphie desperately plead for his Red Ryder? We wanted to make this year extra easy for you. So many people want to … Continue reading

We’ve Always Been Green


“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful citizens can change the world; indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Mead     The second Monday in December has been coined, “Green Monday” for those of us who sell our products online. Bétèrre Skin Care, as an e-commerce company, most certainly falls into that category. Green … Continue reading

October 13: Metastatic Breast Cancer Research Day


Research is the strongest weapon we have against cancer.   Many women do survive breast cancer – some for many years, some for a lifetime. But for others, their future is not as certain. That is where the all the smiling, pink parties stop. You will never hear about the “other breast cancer” in the pink celebrations. What makes this … Continue reading

A Message from Bétèrre’s Founder, Gina Maisano


Dear Friends, October heralds in the first real feeling of autumn. The leaves reach their peak color before they fall. Bright oranges and burning reds mingle with russet and aubergine, creating landscapes so vivid you forget that they will soon be replaced with the complex architecture of trunks and branches. October is a beautiful month because of its transitional quality. … Continue reading

The Many Gifts of Lavender

Lavender is grown across the world. It has been used for centuries by those who know its vast range of benefits that come from all parts of the plant, including the flower, bud, leaves, stems and its potent essential oil. As a garden perennial, the sturdy spikes of a lavender bush welcome honey bees and butterflies and it is a … Continue reading

Celebrating World Humanitarian Day

angels among us

The word humanitarian can mean many things to different people. There are many people in history who did incredible things for humanity with their selfless bravery. By definition, the word Humanitarian is defined as “Pertaining to the saving of human lives or the alleviation of suffering.” Mother Teresa cared for the poor and those suffering in Calcutta. She lived with … Continue reading

Celebrating National Sister Day

Forever Sisters

My younger sister lives far away, so I don’t see her very often. When I think of her, the image in my mind is the little kid trying to keep up with me yelling, “Hey, wait for me!” I’m sure if you asked my brother he would remember me yelling the same thing to him. We were always on the … Continue reading