Eastside Shopper & Diner: Spotlight on Silver Lake’s Le Pink

Photo by Christine Terrisse

By Christine Terrisse

In the mood for a fun vintage vibe with a bit of luxury thrown in? Head over to Le Pink and Company Apothecary on Sunset Boulevard to visit a Silver Lake’s mecca for beauty.  In addition to cosmetics and beauty products they carry gift items and some luxury candle lines like Voluspa, known for their sophisticated scents. The vibe is eclectic and the decor has a lot of pink,  of course. The display cases and shelves contain a large collection of vintage dolls and accessories, making for a fun and unpretentious experience.

This winter, Le Pink has a few treats to help brighten up your skin. Treat yourself to a full facial in the month of February (you got one day left) and automatically receive 10% off of an Eminence Organic skin care purchase. In addition, you will be entered in a drawing for a free facial in the month of March. Come over and see resident aesthetician Heather Cvar who believes in a holistic and full-sensory approach to beauty. She uses high quality organic products all of which are available for in store purchase.

A combination of vintage charm and cutting age organic skincare is what makes Le Pink a special place to pamper yourself.

In other Eastside shopping and dining news:

  • Echo Park’s Mohawk Bend gastro beer pub has hired a new executive chef, Mike Garber, who has introduced some new pineapple, bacon and jalapeno pizza, and dinner specials paired with beers created by out-of-state breweries. Squid Ink
  • After packing in customers in for dinner with updated Italian-American cuisine,  Maximiliano, which opened last year on York Boulevard in Highland Park, is now serving weekend brunch. Eater L.A.
  • The owners of Silver Lake Wine are opening a second location in Pasadena. Pasadena Scoop

Christine Terrisse is an actress and professional copywriter residing in Silver Lake.


  1. the nice lady at la pink always helps me pick out great soaps and it makes me smell like i am from heaven

  2. i wish they were still on Echo Park Avenue .

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