My mission is to help my clients find the right products for them!

Why do I not sell makeup or promote one brand? Simple answer, there is not one brand out there that covers the best of all products!

Like traditional makeup brands organic brands have their strengths and their weaknesses in their product lines.

Therefore, I have chosen to educate rather than to sell makeup. I can honestly give my opinion through a review and truly help my clients pick out what is best for them! There is never a one stop shop for beauty products and what is great for one person may not work for another.

What I look for in products is that they are animal and cruelty free, they are free of harmful chemicals, that the company that is selling them is well rounded and gives back, and last but not least that the products look and feel great on the skin! If they offer a recycling program that is a bonus!!!

Be your own advocate! Learn what is truly good for you and what is not. In the meantime, have fun with your beauty products!!

Be your own advocate!

No one wants to learn that their trusted personal care products are made with hazardous chemicals. Thankfully, safer alternatives are available and there are steps you can take to reduce toxic exposures in your home and protect the health of your family.

1. Simplify
Choose products with simpler ingredient lists and fewer synthetic chemicals. Avoid synthetic fragrance by skipping products with “fragrance” on the label, and use fewer products overall.

2. DIY
Some personal care products are easy to make yourself, and this can be a great project for a party. Make your own sugar or salt scrubs or body oils, using simple, organic ingredients.

3. Research Products Yourself
Since the beauty industry is largely unregulated, it’s up to you to do your own research to find the safest products. There are no legal standards for personal care products labeled as “pure,” “natural” or “organic,” so look beyond the marketing claims and read labels carefully.

4. Use apps like Think Dirty
To find out whether your go-to products are safe or not, try Think Dirty’s shop clean app. This easy-to-use resource ranks the safety of specific products on a scale of 1-10 and offers up cleaner solutions.

5. Get Involved
While it’s possible – and becoming easier – to reduce toxic exposures in your home by buying safer products, it’s not possible to shop our way out of this problem. Even if they’re not in your home, toxic chemicals from personal care products can still end up in our air and drinking water, and in the homes of people who don’t have access to safe products.

The solution: help us change the rules of the game! It shouldn’t be legal to sell cosmetics that contain dangerous ingredients. We’re working to pass new laws that protect our health and give consumers better information to make smart choices.