If you’re like us, you’ve probably wondered what famous people add to their carts. Not the JAR brooch and Louis XV chair, but the hairspray and the electric toothbrush. We asked Evelynn Escobar-Thomas — the founder of intersectional hiking club Hike Clerb — about the body oil, candle, and tortillas she can’t live without.
I would consider myself a body-oil connoisseur. My skin needs oil. When I come out of the shower, putting on my body oil and making sure I am very moisturized is such a major key. Peet Rivko’s oil is great — it’s a little thick but doesn’t leave me feeling greasy after I rub it in. It has a very natural scent. There are definitely others with intentional scents that smell better, but I prefer this because it’s really moisturizing.
I’m a granny-panty stan because of my pregnancy. I love anything that is soft, not going to leave a line, and goes over the bump comfortably. These 100 percent-cotton briefs do exactly that. I’ve bought so many pairs because it’s the only underwear I want to wear.
I love a spray sanitizer. I hate gel. Dr. Bronner’s has the most beautiful lavender smell. And it really makes my hands feel like they’re very sanitized.
I try to eat a majority plant-based, grain-free diet. That’s what Siete is all about. These lime chips are phenomenal. You really get that citrus zing and they’re very natural. They don’t taste artificial like those Tostitos with lime.
Chickpea tortillas are my personal favorite because they have a nice, almost chewy consistency like that of a traditional flour tortilla. Whatever I’m making — a wrap or tacos or whatever the hell else I use tortillas for — I’m definitely using these chickpea ones.