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Zaki Organics sells safer beauty products

A businesswoman and longtime second for chemical-free skincare products is now bottling and packaging her own concoctions. West Valley's Amber Doyle, who says she's been a kitchen chemist for about 18 months, opened a nugatory shop in Millwood recently

Caesarstone USA Announces New Supremo Product Line

This patented new technology is peerless only to Caesarstone. With its natural look and feel, no two Supremo surfaces are alike. With a spread of eight colors with names inspired by aristocracy and fantasy worlds each color carries implication and beauty.

iSpy: Gadgets to get the most out of your Apple product

iSpy: Gadgets to get the most out of your Apple product by Chris Pittman Christmas has be stricken and gone and maybe you scored an Apple product or two. Lucky. Now you extremity to accessorize your new beauty with a case, stand or keyboard. Here are some reviews of products that will play dangerous with your new iPhone,

Anti-Aging: Shiitake mushrooms provide benefits beyond kitchen

Anti-Aging: Shiitake mushrooms provide benefits beyond kitchen By many consumed as a food for thousands of years in the East and more recently in the West, today, the Shiitake mushroom's benefits tract beyond the kitchen. A natural Shiitake complex has been shown in scientific studies to work with the peel's own

What We Don't Talk About When We Talk About Natural Beauty

People’s eyes. In today’s culture of self-care warriors and the Goop-obsessed, there is an overwhelming amount of information and opinions in the natural beauty space. Especially since “natural” doesn’t legally mean much of anything. “Terms like ‘hypoallergenic,’ ‘natural,’ ‘dermatologist-tested’ aren’t defined by the FDA, so they don’t really have any meaning,” says Johanna Peet, the founder of Peet Rivko, a brand self-described as non-toxic and plant based. “Just the term ‘natural’ is not a term that I generally like to use.”

Caudalie uses it. Maybe more freely than some would like. While it is formulated without parabens, phenoxyethanol, phthalates, mineral oils, sulfates, and animal ingredients since well before it was de rigueur, you will find silicones, synthetic preservatives, glycolic acid, and other vilified “chemical” ingredients (nevermind the fact that, technically, even water itself is a chemical). Brands like Tata Harper, In Fiore, Vintner’s Daughter, Shea Terra, and anything you’ll find on the shelves at CAP Beauty, on the other hand, are completely synthetic-free, drawing a clear line in the sand between goodies (plant-derived) and baddies (synthetics). Some people call it chemophobia ; others call it wellness. Indeed, some baddies can actually be deadlies— talc , oxybenzone , formaldehyde —depending on what you read.

Freeman's beauty products, St. Ives ...?

1. Freeman's beautiful face > avocado & oatmeal purifying
clay masque
2. Freeman's Sheer moisture > raspberry, almond & kiwi lathering facial scrub

a) Is using these products and others in the same brand (Freeman's)


I do not like St Ives and see no results at all after using it.
I think it's better to buy something really good, since you are spending money anyway.
Using natural ingredients are good for relaxation, but it won;t give you lasting results.


I do not like St Ives and see no results at all after using it.
I think it's better to buy something really good, since you are spending money anyway.
Using natural ingredients are good for relaxation, but it won;t give you lasting results.


I find the St. Ives and Freeman’s products pretty good, especially the Apricot Scrub from St. Ives and the foot products from Freeman’s. As for exfoliating neck area- don’t use the grainy stuff, the neck is too delicate for it. If you can make

Ladies, Do you love products? I beg for your creative ideas, Help!?

I am in college taking a Business Enterprise class where I need to create my own business from scratch. I am considering creating a business where women can come to workshops and make their own products for face, body, and hair from scratch using products


I would love that! I am obsessed with facial products, hair products, and skin products! I don't have any recipes or anything like that, but i wanted to tell you that a lot of women and maybe men, would love a business like that. Let us know how it


i would love smthing like that but would probally be a little skeptical at first, esp. about the face


I think it's a great idea! just make sure that you have like, the recipes for doing it, otherwise you'll just have a bunch of women in there mixing up food! lol. also i think it would be good if you let them know the benefits from home remedies rather