From top to bottom they are: Rose Quartz - A fruity and floral blend with skin-loving pink Himalayan sea salt Stargate - Travel the galaxy while smelling like fresh pineapple and sage Steven Universe - Almost as peppy as Steven himself; a blend of pomegranate and ginger Hearthstone - Refresh yourself with a mixture of florals and tonka beans with poppy seeds for exfoliation Hey, Listen! - A cucumber mint fairy companion that won’t annoy you The Doctor - Our popular candle scent in soap form, with Time Lord hearts Dragon Hunter - Another popular candle fragrance, this used to be called Dragonborn. Now you can practice your shouts in the shower, too Hidden Snail - Just like the Adventure Time easter egg, this agave and lime scented bar will reveal a cute snail after several uses
Another wave of soaps will be coming soon, so keep an eye out. [:
Introducing our Fan Spotlight blog debut! We catch up with various members of the Life is Strange community and ask them their thoughts on the series so far.
For our first Fan Spotlight, we talk to Mari from Geek Remix! Geek Remix have been producing in-depth fan theory videos for each Life is Strange episode and we’ve enjoyed watching every single one!
Thanks for taking part in our first fan spotlight. We’ve loved seeing all of your fan theories for Life is Strange so far, we’d love to ask you some questions about them.
Q: Your Life is Strange theory videos
contain a lot of detail and cross references. What is your usual process for
gathering all the content for each video?
If I see something like a symbol, quote, or mythical figure, I will google what
that is. I put all those extra pieces of information in my head and write them down. So when I see something that pulls it all together, I can easily use the
other crazy information to create a “theory”. I know that most of my ideas won’t
be true, I don’t even believe half the stuff I say. But it’s really fun for me
to do anyway.
also have the benefit of editing our Let’s Play series, which forces me to
look at each scene multiple times. This is part of the reason why I notice
things easily. I can slow down, reverse, or distort footage to see if there is
something I missed.
You are clearly a big fan of the series.
What would you say are the key themes or features of the game that you relate
with and enjoy?
thing I really like is that it focuses on female friendship, the experience
of teen girls, and what the effects of bullying are. I also like that the game
shows that people are more than one dimension. Someone can at first seem like a
scary and selfish person, but turn out to be a very scared and hurt human
then the part that really pulls me in is all the mysteries, hints, and
foreshadowing. It just absorbs me when something can have a surface layer of
plot, but there is so much more going on that you can miss.
We really enjoy watching your videos with
each new episode. Have you done theory videos for any other game series?
Yes, although for only a few select games. I prefer to focus on games that I
know a lot about and are really passionate about - or at least know I have a
very solid foundation to create ideas from. When people ask me to do a theory
on a game I’ve never played, I don’t think they realize they are asking me to
become obsessed with an entirely new world.
games I have made theories for are:
on Dreamfall and Last of Us. Still in research and scripting phase]
also done some tv show theories, like Adventure Time. I do Easter Egg
videos for dozens of games, however.
What character from Life is Strange would
you say you are most like?
I was going to say Max. But then I realize I’m probably a lot more like Warren
because we both like scary movies, and binge watching scifi. He also seems kind
of weird, which I am too.
is so much like Stacy that sometimes it scares me. They act, look, and dress
the same. They even move the same.
Q: What are you hoping to see in future
episodes of Life is Strange?