Do you know what toxic chemicals are in your everyday beauty and skincare products? I certainly did not until I became acquainted with Beautycounter. This new line's skincare, body care, and beauty products are effective, toxin-free and safe. Beautycounter's mission is to get safe beauty and skincare products into the hands of everyone. Here's the 411...
Beautycounter products are sold in several ways. You can sign up as a brand consultant and set up one-on-one meetings or "socials" (small groups of women who get together to see and try the products). One of the perks of being a host of the social is getting some free and half price products. Hosts can make commission on the products sold. Also, customers can buy directly from the e-commerce website provided by their host or at www.beautycounter.com. I love the concept as it empowers women to create their own small business by selling quality products that are truly safe!
These facts can help give more insight to safer cosmetic ingredients:
- 80% of the 10,000 chemicals used in our every day products have never been tested for safety by a public agency.
- 1 in 2 men and 1 in 3 women will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime
- The European Union has banned over 1300 toxic chemicals from their products. The United States has banned 11.
Beautycounter's NEVER LIST outlines the chemicals that would never be included in their products. Many of these ingredients make up our toiletries and beauty products stocked in our bathroom cabinets!
The lip sheer is one of my favorite Beautycounter products! Statistics show that we consume six pounds of lipstick in our lives and most are made with toxic chemicals including lead.
If you are looking for that perfect, natural shade of pink, try the lip sheer in petal.
Their newest line of anti-aging products, Countertime, has been proven effective in clinical trials. This line consists of 6 anti-aging products that hydrate, firm and nourish skin.
Beautycounter has banned over 1500 chemicals from their products. After trying several of them, I think the quality is top-notch. I highly recommend them!
Michelle Nadel is one of the beauty consultants who recently signed on and reached out to me. Michelle states, "the business, is partly to sell our fabulous products and partly to share the knowledge of the current state of the beauty industry, which is grossly unregulated. The two parts of our business are intertwined. Once we learn a little bit about what is in our products, we are happier to try a safe, but effective, alternative. Beautycounter was just named by MSN one of the Top 10 companies in the country which is "revolutionizing retail", along side The Container Store and Amazon."
Truth - Beauty - Transparency