Being Beautiful Doesn’t Have To Be Deadly With These 3 Non-Toxic Product Lines

Did you know that the average woman comes into contact with over 500 synthetic chemicals every day? Unfortunately, it’s true. Being beautiful can be deadly, but who wants to go around looking like you just got hit by the ugly truck?

For most of us, it comes down to how much something is going to cost. It can be tough to justify spending a lot of money on moisturizer when you are trying to put food on the table for your family. I’m on a budget just like everyone else, but I also think of toxin-free products as an investment in my health. Besides, not all toxin-free products have to cost a fortune. Yea!!!

Here are three skin care companies that are run by people who are committed to keeping us safe from unnecessary toxins. Not only do they want us to be toxin free, they want us to look and feel better in the process. Now that’s an investment worth buying in to!

Captain Blankenship  – these mates have been featured here a time or two and for lots of good reasons! Their products are organic and made from wild-harvested ingredients that are domestically grown. Lacking synthetic preservatives, parabens, sulfates and fragrance, Jana Blankenship and her crew of women help keep other women (and men) beautiful and non-toxic! From the Mermaid Sea Salt Hair Spray to the Sunshine Body Cream you will love, love, love this line!

Herbivore – I’m not sure where to start except to say ‘bravo’ to Julia Wills and Alexander Kummerow for creating such a thoughtful skin care line. Herbivore isn’t just about cleansing or moisturizing, it’s about slowing down and rejuvenating your skin and mind. From the Lapis Facial Oil to the Coconut Bath Soak these products are life changing!

Bobbie Lynn Lip ‘n Skin  – it’s impossible not to love Bobbie and her products! Using all natural ingredients (and lots of love) this product line will cleanse, moisturize and soothe your skin while making it look better than it has in years! I’m addicted to her GermaphoBEE lotion bars and at $15 each they are a steal!

 

Until next time….

 

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