If you have been following my blog for a while now, I think you can gather my general philosophy on beauty. I firmly believe that health, wellbeing, and beauty are inner connected and a balance of the three is key to both inner and outer transformation.
As the frost starts to melt and flowers start to bloom, now is the time to lighten your load in all aspects of life. While most of us seem to be pretty good about filling bags of clothing to send to Goodwill, cosmetics seems to take a back seat which can be problematic to the health of your skin and body. Unexpected breakouts, rashes, maybe even tummy aches (from old lip products) can be attributed to old dirty make up, so here we go.
If you’ve read any of my other posts about the skincare industry, I think you’ll be able to catch my feelings toward the industry in general. I cannot stress enough my passion for cosmetics and beauty. Heck, I dedicated a whole blog to it. The purpose of these blog posts aren’t to take stabs at cosmetic companies and I would never intentionally target a brand. The purpose of posts like this one is to inform and empower the consumer. If you are a company, no matter what it is, your bottom line is money. There is obviously nothing wrong with that, but the consumer needs to know the difference between marketing and science.