Press

The Chronicle Herald:

An all-natural line of skincare products developed in Halifax is now being sold at more than 70 retailers across the country, and the couple behind it say they’re excited to see where it will go next. Read more...

Atlantic Business Magazine – Water Cooler:

Sticker shock (or should we say sticker assumption) about natural skin care was the catalyst for Duckish. Carolyn Crewe and Josh Beitelnstarted the Halifax-based natural skin care line after Crewe’s “spirited” debate with her sister about the cost of all-natural products when her nephew was born in 2013. Read more...

HaliBlab Podcast:

Episode 17 of HaliBlab features Carolyn Crewe of Duckish, a local company with a variety of natural skin care and bath products, including my personal favourite lip balm! Hear about how Duckish got started, what they’re working on, and how they use social media. Read more...

CBC NFLD & Lab:

Carolyn Crewe's skin-care business literally started at the bottom.

"My sister had a baby, and I started looking at the ingredients in the diaper cream that she was using that I wasn't really excited about. That led to me researching, tinkering," Crewe recalled of the moment inspiration struck, while on a visit to her hometown of Corner Brook to cuddle her new nephew in 2013. Read more...

Today’s Parent:

Multi-purpose moisturizers we love. Read more...

The Western Star:

Carolyn Crewe likes a good challenge and about five years ago she was presented with one that led to her starting her own business.

Crewe is originally from Corner Brook and now living in Halifax, N.S. Read more...