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Tag Archives: "organic skin care"

Make-up + Nutrition

Spring is Just Around the Corner: Attend the Renew, Refresh, and Recharge Event March 24th in NYC-and Enter to Win a Complete Set of CV Skinlabs Products!

Are you tired of dry, dull, itchy winter skin? Are you feeling down in the dumps and sick of all the snow and wind and cold weather? Well believe it or not, spring is on its way! To celebrate, I am excited to tell you about this very special event put on by my dear

CV Skinlabs Recommendations + Make-up

Come Hear Britta Aragon and Rebecca Casciano on March 7th and 8th at Shecky’s Girls Night Out: How to Get Glowing, Luminous Skin in 10 Easy Steps

If you’re tired of dull, dry, winter skin and want to turn things around for spring, you don’t want to miss this event! My friend and eco-beauty makeup artist, Rebecca Casciano, and I will be speaking about this topic at Shecky’s Girls Night Out, NYC. Here are the details. We’d love to see you there!

Skin, Lip and Body Care

Should Beauty Products Have Expiration Dates?

Take a look at your moisturizing cream, foundation, or night treatment serum. See any expiration dates? According to some industry professionals, you should. Particularly if you’re enjoying natural or organic products that have fewer potentially harmful preservatives, you may want to keep an eye on the age of your formula. Factors That May Speed Up

Skin, Lip and Body Care + Toxic Talk and Labels

Overwhelmed by Which Cosmetics are Safe and Which Aren't? You Don't Have to Be a Chemist -5 Easy Steps for the Everyday Person

I’ve done several presentations now to help people reduce their toxic exposure in life. I talk about potentially harmful chemicals in our products, and name five that are of particular concern, including: Phthalates Parabens Sodium laureth sulfate (and other sulfates) Synthetic fragrance Chemical sunscreens like PABA and oxybenzone Almost every time, when I’m finished with