Find out what the top Hollywood celebrities are using to keep their skin youthful, glowing and smooth. Julianne Moore a Burt’s Bees Supporter Burt’s Bees and Julianne Moore team up to promote “natural”. Lots of companies claim to be all natural, but when you read the labels (which you must do) the list of scary, crazy chemical ingredients is enough to turn you green – literally and figuratively. Julianne Moore and Burt’s Bees are partnering up to eliminate the need for all that fine print reading and make it easier for us to figure out when products are really all natural. Julianne Moore comes into the picture as part of the activity to raise awareness of this seal. With her glowing, translucent skin and natural beauty, she is the perfect spokesperson for this movement. Burt’s Bees fan Julianne Moore is helping them promote the Natural Seal with the Vote for Natural Campaign.
I hear some people say that organic shampoo and conditioning products don’t give the luster to hair that synthetic chemical products can. There is definitely some truth to that statement, but I will challenge that notion by stating that “you can achieve the same, if not better hair care results by using a suitable organic hair product for your hair type”. Below are some organic insider tips on how achieve the best results using an organic shampoo and conditioner.
A pioneer in the organic makeup industry, Australian made NVEY ECO is Europe and America’s number 1 selling organic makeup. Their success is a reflection of their top quality product range using advanced bio organic formulas and carefully selected plant and mineral ingredients, blended with natural botanical extracts and powerful antioxidants to make a pure, gentle and highly effective organic makeup solution.
Nvey Eco is the only cosmetic brand to be certified organic by the Organic Food Chain.
Please note that in this review, I’m in no way favoring one product from another. Each person has different skin type, skin tone and skin conditions, the information provided should only be used as a reference to help you make a more informed decision with your purchases. The following will be based on my own skin tone which is fair with a pinkish undertone.
Very rarely do I get so emotional over any article. Maybe I’m just a softy or maybe because I’m an animal lover. But this article that I received from an “Animal Cruelty Free” mailing list really shocked me to my bones. The inhumane conditions & experiments that are performed on helpless animals is quiet shocking indeed. Some readers may find this article distressing (as I have found it) be mentally prepared before reading on.
For more animal testing information visit their website http://www.stopanimaltests.com
Here is the article below.
“Ask the experimenters why they experiment on animals, and the answer is: ‘Because the animals are like us.’ Ask the experimenters why it is morally OK to experiment on animals, and the answer is: ‘Because the animals are not like us.’ Animal experimentation rests on a logical contradiction.”
-Professor Charles R. Magel
“Why do I need to use organic baby products for my infant”, you may ask? From the clothing they wear, the food they eat, to the personal care products they use, here are some valuable statistics that will help you in deciding whether to use organic baby products for you precious little one.
* Depending on the body weight of your baby, standard chemicals are up to 10 times more toxic to children than to adults. This is due to the fact that babies take in more toxic chemicals relative to body weight than adults and have developing organ systems that are more vulnerable and less able to detoxify toxic chemicals.
* Infant’s skin is thin and delicate and is up to 100 times more sensitive than adults.
Benzoyl peroxide remains one of the most widely used preparations in acne treatment products. When applied topically, benzoyl peroxide works by releasing oxygen to the pores of the skin to help kill off the acne causing bacteria (p – acnes) which cannot survive in an oxygen-rich environment. It is also a powerful exfoliator that removes dead surface skin cells and clearing up pore-clogging debris that causes blackheads and whiteheads. This exfoliating action helps to clear your pores to reduce sebum blockages.
Buckle up and hold onto your seats, you are about to come with me on a journey into the depths of the high seas to discover a wonder plant that is rich in minerals, amino acids, vitamins and trace elements capturing all the richness from the sea has to offer. This magic plant is a gift from mother nature and it’s here to serve you, giving you health, vibrant energy and youthful complexion.
Find out what a green slimy looking plant can offer you by reviewing the top 10 Natural Seaweed skin care health Benefits.
Statistical research has revealed that skin cancer rates in Australia are the highest in the world. The argument can be made that the level of UV light today is higher than it was 50 or 100 years ago due to a reduction of the ozone layer. Or you can blame it on environmental factors such as elevation, latitude, and cloud cover. Or better still, you can even make the argument that people with fair skin, with a northern European heritage appear to be most susceptible for sun burns and skin cancers.
All are valid arguments, but there is still no denying the fact that the highest incidences of skin cancer actually occur in countries where the use of chemical sunscreens containing benzophenone and oxybenzone and PABA have been promoted the most. The irony is that the chemical sunscreen industry makes money by selling sunscreen lotion products which is promoted to prevent skin cancer, but the ingredients used actually contain cancer-causing chemicals.
When deciding to buy your next sunscreen lotion, you have 3 choices. An Organic Sunscreen, a Chemical Block Sunscreen or a Physical Block Sunscreen. Each have their own effective way to filter out the sun’s harmful UV radiation.
Let’s start off by looking at how a chemical sunscreen works.
Chemical sunscreen work by absorbing ultraviolet rays before they reach the skin’s surface by converting it from light to heat energy. Chemicals such as benzophonones, oxybenzone and cinnamates are used as such UV absorbing ingredients. However, there is a real question mark on the safety of it’s use as research have shown that the use of chemical sunscreen is linked to the higher incidence of skin cancer due to its free radical generating and DNA/hormone discrupting properties.