Natural & Organic Makeup
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Are Your Products Actually Organic? Understanding Clean Beauty Certifications
It can be tricky to dischper if your products are what they say they are. Many brands make claims of being green, safe, and non-toxic beauty products. But which ones are telling the truth? Here is a guide to understanding third-party verifications for clean beauty brands. This includes ECOCERT, COSMOS, Corp B, and Leaping Bunny among others.
How to Transition to Green Beauty - theintentionalhippie.com
Green beauty looks like a fantastic idea in Instagram posts and Etsy shops, right? Beautiful pots of color all lined up in their reusable metal tins, shimmering tubes wrapped in compostable packaging, just waiting to light you up. But actually making the switch from traditional products to their eco-friendly alternatives? Yikes. No worries! Learn how to make the jump to clean, green beauty products today!
40+ Brands with Zero Waste, Sustainable Packaging • Organically Becca
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Non Toxic nails
The best green beauty brands to make the switch over to a non toxic routine that will be healthier for you and the planet. These brands are high quality, vegan, sustainable and great on durability. They make a great non toxic swap for you and your children's nails. #nontoxicnails #nontoxicnailbrands #greennailbrands #vegannailpolish #nailpolish
3 Easy Ways to Identify Non-Toxic Beauty and Personal Care Products
Learn how to identify non-toxic beauty and personal care products by understanding the claims, ingredients and certifications on product labels - so you can find the natural products that you can trust. | #beauty #naturalproducts #naturalbeauty #nontoxic
How to Make Your Own Natural Makeup (with Video)
Not so long ago, I discovered that you can make your own natural makeup at home. As it turns out, it's not even that hard: it's a DIY project that turns into a fun girls' day for us. We are using mica powder, zinc oxide, and activated charcoal to make our own natural mascara, lip tints, and powders. Basically they are ground minerals that are naturally occurring in the earth. The bonus is that minerals can be beneficial to your skin.