Monday, July 13, 2015

Most popular item for the week of July 6th? You guessed it! Aftershaves!  Keep an eye out for our new Dreadful Aftershave Collection coming this week!

Tuesday, June 23, 2015


Ok I'm going to come right out and say Storefront page was a hot mess!   A million pages to click on and products everywhere!  There was no rhyme or reason, no order, no balance.  I need balance!  It took almost 24 hours to do it but it's finally done!!!!

You will now notice a SHOP tab at the top of the page??  Yes that one!  You can either hover over it to see your choices or click on it to be taken to a directory page.  I recommend going to the directory page!  I think I spent more time on the dreadfully adorable category pictures!

I will also start adding to items every week to Jenni Dreadful!  So keep your eyes open!  You never know what will just out at you!

Have a dreadful evening,

Monday, June 8, 2015

Good evening my lovlies,

In the coming weeks we will be adding new products as they are created and photographed.  You will notice some relaunches and some labels changes but not to fret, our formulas will remain unchanged. We will also not be launching a new collection per season as we have done in the past.  Instead, Our Dreadful Collection will be a slow release for the remainder of 2015.  These items will stay and will not just be seasonal.  There will be a mixture of skin care for our Ladies and Gents along with our standard products in new scents.  Keep an evil eye out for these items as they may be selling out faster than we can produce them.

Have a Dreadful evening ~

Friday, June 5, 2015

Officially called atropa belladonnna, and also known as deadly nightshade, the plant is a perennial, though not as long lived as many perennials.The name belladonna comes from the Italian word denoting a beautiful woman, possibly related to a belladonna based tincture used in Venice to dilate their pupils, which was thought to make them more attractive.

Belladonna has an illustrious career as a poison, with references stretching back to when the Roman emperor Claudius was believed to have been poisoned with it, back in 68 AD. Additionally, it’s believe that the Scots once knocked off a Danish army by leaving them tribute of barrels of beer, laced with deadly nightshade.
Nightshade has also been thought to be one of the main ingredients of witch’s flying potions, along with, monkshood and other toxic plants. A belladonna trip isn’t always fatal, and it’s believed that in the past people had a stronger tolerance to the plant, allowing them to explore its psychoactive uses. Legends attribute the results of the Gaelic herb of courage to belladonna, which caused their warriors to totally let go in battle.
Today belladonna is used in the pharmaceutical industry, as it has been for ages by cunning women throughout Europe for everything from muscle relaxers, pain relievers, menstrual problems and stomach ailments.

Thursday, June 4, 2015

Welcome my darlings to my new Blog Page.  Here you will catch a glimpse into my misadventures as you take a walk through the pages of the unknown with me.  "I believe in curses. I believe in Demons.  I believe in Monsters.  Do You?"

Until we meet again,
~Mrs. Jenni Dreadful