Do dirty ingredients used in beauty products get into our bodies? - Credo Beauty gives us the scoop on chemicals used in beauty products and the affect on our bodies.
10 Clean Beauty Brands Minimalists Will Love - These brands are made without many known endocrine disruptors, parabens, phthalates, and more, and the ingredients inside have a purpose.
Chemical Regulations: What Is Really in Your Makeup? - Only 11 chemicals have ever been regulated by the FDA for use in cosmetics. And no safety tests are required before beauty products hit store shelves.
What are You Putting in your Body? | Toxic Makeup - Some of the most popular cosmetic items of the shelves are comprised of carcinogens, toxins and allergens. These makeup products may make you look good on the outside but could be doing serious damage to your health on the inside. Emily Giegerich takes her cosmetics and plugs them into SkinDeep, The Environmental Working Group’s searchable database of toxic ingredients in cosmetic and personal care products to see how they measure up.
The Best Face Products with Sephora’s New Clean Beauty Seal - Beauty giant, Sephora, launches Clean at Sephora and awards seals to formulas free of sulfates SLS and SLES, parabens, formaldehyde, phthalates, mineral oil and more. Here are our faves for your face....
The Green Beauty Rules: The Essential Guide to Toxic-Free Beauty, Green Glamour, and Glowing Skin - We all want to feel sexy yet demonstrate compassion for our planet at the same time. In Green Beauty Rules, Padgett shares personal anecdotes, insider secrets and surprising facts about the beauty industry, while seamlessly fusing environmental issues with her modern beauty philosophy.
This is the first book of its kind to offer an action plan for creating a totally green beauty routine! Using a step-by-step formula, Padgett guides readers through the decision-making process of what to try, what to toss, and what to buy.
13 Better-For-You Beauty Buys From Sephora - Allie White has rounded up 13 of her favorite green beauty buys from the store. Read More
Campaign for Safe Cosmetics - The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics coalition, a project of the Breast Cancer Fund, works to protect the health of consumers, workers and the environment through public education and engagement, corporate accountability and sustainability campaigns and legislative advocacy designed to eliminate dangerous chemicals linked to adverse health impacts from cosmetics and personal care products.
GoodGuide.com - Search and locate beauty, food and household products that are the highest rated products from a health perspective. Find out whether a product contains ingredients with health concerns.
EWG Verified - EWG approved cosmetic, skincare and more
Ella+Milla Nail Polish - An eco-friendly, yet high-end product, Ella+Mila nail colors contain no Toluene, Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP), Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin, TPHP, Xylene or Camphor, making it a seven chemical-free product. Learn More
TheBeautyProof.com - Shares information, helpful tips, and really great natural and holistic products.
JaneIredale.com - Iredale Mineral Cosmetics is a skincare and mineral makeup company that embraces the holistic approach to beauty. Jane Iredale is the number one makeup line recommended by dermatologists and plastic surgeons in the United States.
OsmiaOrganics.com - Osmia Organics is a high performing skincare brand that offers nourishing and revitalizing products made with the purest ingredients.
CredoBeauty.com - Credo stands for I "believe," and they believe in a world of beauty where effective makeup and skincare products are safe and clean. They provide you eco-friendly and cruelty free and organic cosmetics that will give you the complexion you desire without causing any health issues.
Dazzle Dry Nail System - Dazzle Dry’s four-step nail care system delivers quick-drying, long-lasting nails without the use of abrasive chemicals or UV lighting.
Everybody’s talking about the Clean Beauty movement, but TODAY style expert Bobbie Thomas warns consumers to beware of buzzwords like “natural” because they’re not regulated. She also explains what the symbols on beauty product labels mean. Watch the Video