In The Press


Breakfast Weekend  |  October 2017

We love being a part of helping our customers achieve their lifestyle goals! This broadcast features one of our regular customers, Chef Daniel Janetos, who dosed up on our adaptogen-rich Runner’s Blend organic tea in prep for the 2017 waterfront marathon. He aimed to set the Guinness World Record for the Fastest Dressed Chef to Run a Half-Marathon- AND HE GOT IT!

FASHION Magazine

TIFF Celebrity Style Lounges  |  September 2017

Lights! Camera! Action! Swag Bags! H+H was proud to be one of the contributors to the exclusive TIFF 2017 celebrity swag bags ($1400 value) that included our very own Joy Gift Box made especially for this year's Toronto International Film Festival! Happy to have been part of the media & celeb event to kick off TIFF, thanks to the savvy gals at GLO Communications & their Bask-It-Style collaboration. Check out the scene of the Celebrity Lounges for a glimpse of the glamour.

The Skin Skope

The Locals  |  March 2017

"Exploring a new place or even your own city, it’s always best to speak to the locals. They know all the ins and outs of the area and can give you the lowdown on what are the must haves and must try places. TSS has created a new series called The Locals where we speak with local bloggers, shops, and services that know what’s good in Toronto. Think of it like the BlogTO but for natural beauty."

"We had the great pleasure to meet with Sonya D’Cunha, the founder and owner of Helen + Hildegard. Inside this fabulous herbal apothecary & artisanal beauty boutique, Sonya treated us to a wealth of knowledge about green beauty and natural healing. Stop by Helen + Hildegard and explore the incredible range of green beauty products, custom brewed teas and so much more. Sonya has a vast knowledge of skincare, as well as keeping green and earth friendly. Be sure to say hello and ask her questions because everyone is unique and Sonya can help you find the perfect products custom to your needs!"


A shout out from south of the border from our time in The Junction:

The New York Times

36 Hours in Toronto  |  November 2016 

"Sunday: Hit The Junction, 10 A.M."

"A longstanding prohibition on alcohol sales in the Junction neighbourhood was overturned in 1997, and the area, named for its proximity to an intersection of four railroads, has since emerged as one of the hippest districts in the city. Coincidence? This former manufacturing hub is now an easygoing mix of restaurants and shops, many specializing in Canadian-made goods. Standouts include Helen + Hildegard, offering herbal and organic skin care and shaving products; Gerhard Supply, with minimalist and military-inspired men’s wear and denim from Canadian labels like 18 Waits and Naked & Famous; Opticianado, offering a chic assortment of new and vintage eyeglass frames; and Pandemonium, for new and used books and vinyl. Refuel with espresso at Crema Coffee or brunch at 3030 Dundas West or the Hole in the Wall, a British style gastro pub that is as cozy as its name suggests."