Tag Archive: cosmetics

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Skincare: Cosmetics and Transdermal Absorption

If you wouldn’t eat it, why put it on your skin? It’s widely accepted that ingesting chemicals is bad for our health, but what about transdermal penetration? The fact is, what we put on our skin can also impact our health.

How To De-Stress Your Skin + Get A Post-Holiday Glow 

How To De-Stress Your Skin + Get A Post-Holiday Glow 

Beauty is more than skin deep. Truly – real beauty starts from the inside out. Of course, these reminders don't do much when we are knee-deep into the holiday season, and our skin is stressed out and blotchy despite our best efforts to adhere to our wellness routines.

The One Ingredient that has Revolutionized Skincare

The One Ingredient that has Revolutionized Skincare

While it may seem counterintuitive to slather on the grease or cleanse with oil to resolve a pimple, purer oil-containing products have single-handedly revolutionized the skincare market – and it’s about time. Still skeptical? Read on for the truth behind oil cleansing with Melisse Gelula, co-founder of Well + Good.

Bar of Soap

Is a “Clean” Bar of Soap Too Much to Ask?

As United States citizens, we are considered innocent until proven guilty. This is a comfort we are guaranteed, and as a country we value our rights. Is this right something that should be given across the board—not just for citizens, but for industries as well? When it comes to consumer goods and ingredients, should suppliers enjoy the same luxury? Currently, suppliers and manufacturers of cosmetic ingredients in the U.S. do; this is in contrast with other countries that have more stringent premarket regulations. Since these manufacturers of ingredients and products do not have to prove their safety, the burden falls on consumers to determine toxic from safe, right from wrong, good from bad. Without sufficient information and education, we have to be our own advocates for our health and well-being.