First it was healthy food; then came a drive for sustainable living. Now even clothes are organic. It only is practical that the merchandise you add on the body are good for you too.
From shampoo to lipstick and perfume to manage creams, it’s simple to live a completely all-natural existence (won’t you sleep better through the night?) obagi
Fragrance that does a body good
LAVANILA has introduced what they claim is “the World’s Premier Healthy Fragrance.” The idea is novel: in place of loading fragrances with harsh synthetic ingredients that dry and damage skin, they use healthy ingredients that nurture and condition the human body with each spray. In a time when everyone’s concerned with global warming (er, global climate change), and toxic chemicals, this system launch couldn’t be any timelier.
LAVANILA’s sensual vanilla blends are designed to “captivate the senses” but additionally they nurture the skin with a healthy dose of pure essential oils, 100 percent natural botanicals, and super antioxidant technology-so it’s good for you and the surroundings (Al Gore could be proud).
Plant those smackers
Once you think of corn you might picture neighborhood barbeques and roudy children with corn on the cob dribble running down their chins. You probably never considered wearing it on your own lips. CARGO invites you to alter the way you think of corn, an abundant renewable resource. PlantLove(TM) Botanical Lipstick is manufactured entirely out of eco-friendly corn.
The manufacturing process emits less greenhouse gases, which many scientists believe to function as major reason behind “global warming “.The outer carton consists of flower paper embedded with real flower seeds, so all you have to accomplish is moisten, plant, and await a bouquet of wild flowers to grow! Now that’s utilising the “whole animal” if guess what happens I mean. Even although you don’t concur with the global warming theory, you’ll love the smooth and silky texture, which is infused with Orchid Complex(TM) and meadowfoam seed oil, jojoba and shea butter. Plus, CARGO is donating $2 from the sale of every shade to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Stella McCartney is well known for her stance on the surroundings and cruelty-free products (oh yeah, her dad’s famous too), and now she’s emerge with her very own type of certified organic skincare. CARE by Stella McCartney is a luxury line skincare treatments formulated with 100 percent organic substances and zero percent petrochemicals or silicones. Samples of products include her Purifying Foaming Cleanser that not only washes away makeup and impurities, it’s made to leave your skin looking fresh, soft, and radiant through the organic extracts hawthorn and horsetail. Her Toning Floral Water the antioxidant green tea extract and linden blossom extracts to tone and soothe-and help improve the action of the 5 Benefits Moisturizers. The Nourishing Elixir blends sebum, and a mixture of soybean, nigella sativa, and musk rose abundant with omega 3 and essential fatty acids to simply help firm and revitalize the skin.
Lancôme turns eco-chic
L’oreal owned cosmetics giant Lancome has announced its eco-chic initiatives for 2007-initiatives that promise to simply help combat the damage done by the surroundings to humans and help prevent damage to the surroundings by humans.
One of the very exciting initiatives could be the launch in June 2007 of Primordiale Cell Defense, which is targeted on neutralizing 99 percent of the damaging free radicals caused by UV exposure, pollution, and temperature extremes. An important part of the eco-chic program is a strategic partnership with Carbonfund.org, a nonprofit organization focused on educating the general public about climate change. In the
second 1 / 2 of 2007, the four Lancôme boutiques positioned in New York’s Upper West Side; Short Hills, NJ; Dallas, TX; and Santa Clara, CA, should go Carbonfree.
The newest herbal experience
Everybody remembers those annoying-slightly uncomfortable Herbal Essence commercials where in actuality the actor who uses the product enjoys it a little too much. If you use these new shampoos by Vogue International, you may be tempted to express your delight. Fortunately you will end up in the privacy of your shower, so feel free to discrete a squeal of delight. The shampoos, appropriately called Organix, feature simply delicious scents like Soft & Silky Vanilla, which combines smoothing Tahitian vanilla bean oils with silk amino proteins to strengthen and seal the hair’s cuticles. Nourishing Coconut Milk Anti-breaking Serum will keep fly-aways and split ends from increasing, and make you smell sufficient to eat (be warned, strangers may stand only a little nearer to you). Every one of the products in their five collections are sulfate free and contain active organic ingredients. See, there isn’t to suffer in the name of saving the planet!