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CLEAN BEAUTY Product Reviews

Green Beauty Brands

I’ve got some green beauty brands I’ve been wanting to yap about!  I recently discovered the green beauty store in Canada called Vossity.  This store not only offers some of the best of green beauty but products for men and baby!  Vossity was founded by two women, Avalon and Sanja.  They both discovered green beauty in different ways, each on their own path towards a cleaner lifestyle.  They quickly realized even though products might appear natural, they may not be.…

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CLEAN BEAUTY Product Reviews

True Botanicals Review

My updated True Botanicals Review is here.  A lot has changed for this luxe line, since I last reviewed it.  From product changes, name changes and new products-a lot’s been going on for TB!  I couldn’t be more excited for all the newness! When I think of TB what sticks out to me is a luxe anti-aging line.  Using the most potent ingredients, TB spares no expense when it comes to creating their products.  They care about quality and seeing products that…

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Beauty Heroes March Discovery: Innersense Organic Beauty

I know I sound like a broken record every month when reviewing Beauty Heroes but guys, it’s just the IT Green Beauty Box.  I just love the whole mission of Beauty Heroes and all that they’re doing.  From taking time to truly care for yourself, to relishing in one really clean beauty product-it’s easy to get behind the vision and mandate.  This month was no exception!  I’m not new to Innersense Organic Beauty, but of course was excited to learn…

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Skin Owl Review

I’ve long been a fan of Skin Owl.  Their Geranium Beauty Drops (I have a full review of them here) helped balance my skin when it was being wonky.  I love the simplicity of their products.  Not a long crazy list of ingredients, but just pure and simple ones that work.  Plus, all their stuff smells amazing!  Let me give you a brief description of how Skin Owl started. It began when the founder, Annie Tevelin, realized it was more about the ingredients…

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