Bomthea receives 2020 with beauty and feminine well-being

Bomthea, the women’s movement that seeks to “be in harmony between our inner and outer world,” opened the doors of its first Pop Up Store in Mexico City and brings great plans for 2020.

After the successful first edition of its festival, on November 2 and 3, where more than 3,600 women were present at a weekend with talks, live music, gastronomy and market, Bomthea created a multidisciplinary itinerant place to Start the year well.

The space, which opened on November 28, will be open to the public until February 2020 and will feature beauty products, personal care, well-being and topics of interest such as astrology, meditation and health.

For this month, Bomthea starts with eight weeks of workshops that will prepare attendees for the new year: wound healing, abundance, astrology for well-being, family constellations, learning from eroticism, natural gynecology, hormones and meditation tools that will teach us To deal with stress.


According to the founders of Bomthea, Carol Pérez and Paola Palazón Seguel, after the Pop Up Store they have prepared an agenda of activities that starts in March in the capital and will pass through other cities of the country, as well as some Latin American countries and states United.

Bomthea is a movement that seeks to promote an awakening in women who have the need to be more in touch with the elements of the Earth, intuition and natural beauty through tangible solutions to concerns about these issues and creating a real conversation between them .

Its existence is focused on three pillars of work: inspiration from introspection, education and action, understanding that the key to evolution is in the last two pillars.

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For more information about the activities prepared to start the year, visit their social networks on Instagram like @BomtheaFest and Facebook BomtheaFest.



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