Safer Beauty and Personal Care Products
I have been dealing with depression and chronic fatigue most of my adult life. Ater changing diet and using herbs I started to feel a lot better and even lost some weight.
I knew the toxins in my skin care and makeup was harmful. If I wanted to continue to get better I would have to stop using the popular brands of skincare, makeup and hair dye.
I couldn’t continue to use the mainstream products in good conscious while I worked so hard on my nutrition to improve my mood and energy levels. So I threw out hundreds of dollars worth of stuff I couldn’t stand putting on my skin and hair anymore. When I tried to use “natural” mascara and eyeliners my eyes stung and watered and I had to take the stuff off again.
I tried the makeup at whole foods beauty counter but I was having trouble finding consistent quality and the muddy colors of some of the lipsticks were not all that thrilling. Plus a lot of the ingredients were still questionable and companies were not always transparent about them.
I wanted to find a company that was clean and honest about ingredients
Our hair, makeup, and skin care products are not well regulated so this is something you have to take into your own hands. I was shocked to find out how many toxic chemicals are in things we put on your skin and faces!
The Environmental Working Group has an extensive list of safer choices for personal care and make up. Beautycounter is one of the founding members of the clean and safe skin care database.
Empower yourself with less-toxic personal care products and start feeling better
Beautycounter gives you bright luxurious alternatives not muddy “granola-style” safer beauty products. Beautycounter products are high performing, and effective. We also have strategic partnerships with J Crew and Gwyneth Paltrow’s brand, Goop.
Beautycounter has one of the strictest ingredient screening processes in the industry and is one of the few companies that test their cosmetics for heavy metals — and they do this with every batch!
Currently, the $62 billion-dollar beauty industry is regulated by approximately 2 pages of federal law with over 80,000 chemicals on the market. Most of these chemicals have zero safety data.
Beautycounter is truly one of the good guys.
They have removed 1500 toxic chemicals and created The Never List.
The Ugly Truth about the cosmetic industry
- The US has not passed a federal law regulating the cosmetic industry since 1938
- The Food and Drug Administration does not require that cosmetics ingredients or products be approved before they go on the market, and FDA has no power to recall a product from the market
- The European Union has banned nearly 1400 ingredients from cosmetics and personal care products
- The US has only banned or restricted 30 ingredients from cosmetics and personal care products
- More than 85,000 chemicals are registered for use in commerce, and about 10,500 are used in the cosmetics industry
- Women use an average of 12 personal care products containing 168 ingredients every day
3 Ways to get involved...
When you become a Beautycounter customer and start to swap out your old products with less toxic ones you help set a trend.
You are helping change consumer demand for better products.
For only $29 dollars you will receive:
- Free Shipping on Orders $100+
- A welcome gift when you spend $50+
- 5% Product Credit
- Exclusive members only offers
Become a consultant and start a business of your own
Whether you have a blog or want to share Beautycounter through another business you will be supporting a company with ethics and quality.
Beautycounter is a wonderful addition to businesses like massage therapy, aesthetician, nutrition coach, aromatherapist, herbalist, or as part of any other holistic business,
And you can make considerable money while you make a difference starting with 35% commissions with many more opportunities as your business grows. You also receive your own website and extensive training.
When you sign up you have access to special discounts for your first order.
I’m here to help!
If you have questions about which products to try first or how to join please email me at: zoe (at) mindbodycliarty (dot) com