As the beauty industry continues to head in a natural, chemical-free direction, one particular product is making a huge splash: hyaluronic acid.
The media is abuzz with the latest bombshell about lead in lipstick — and this time, that’s just the beginning. A new study by University of California found many other toxic metals in products we put on our faces. What’s going on? As I explained on Fox News recently, we’ve known about this problem for a long time. I was part of the team that broke the story about lead in lipstick in 2007. FDA followed with its own study and found even higher lead levels in hundreds of lipsticks. And now, a UC study is here to tell us that it’s not just lead but aluminum, cadmium, chromium, and other toxic metals too.
To achieve optimal health and create sustainable wellness, it’s imperative that you become aware of not only what you are putting in and around your body, but also, what you put on it. Between shampoos, toothpaste, face creams, deodorant, cosmetics and so on, most people are voluntarily dousing themselves daily with multiple chemicals, carcinogens and mutagens, adding to their toxic loads and setting the stage for illness and disease. Seems like kind of a crazy habit, doesn’t it?
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In this piece, Karen Sinclair gives you all the information you need to keep your skin in good shape through the winter season.
I sat down and wrote my first book to out the totally unregulated beauty industry and its 60 Billion dollars in revenue for its unsafe and unhealthy practices.
I spoke to Sophyto Founder Karen Sinclair Drake about skin, ethical business and what keeps her in rhythm. Karen is the founder of Sophyto Organics. Karen and her team aimed as high as anyone can go in their desire to produce the first professional grade, sustainable skin care line on the market which has caught the attention of renowned dermatologists, plastic surgeons and even neurologists and most recently by ELLE Magazine who named the company's famous Polyphenol Skin Drops the best anti aging treatments.