Are you buying your skincare from a chemical company?
Skincare companies don’t want you to read the ingredients…that’s why they use buzzwords to distract you. It is your job to read the ingredient list. If you know what to look for, you can easily spot the hidden chemicals.
I want to empower you to be your own Beauty Ambassador.
I consider myself a Clean Beauty Snob and I can teach you
how to know if you are buying your skincare from a chemical company. If you have “sensitive skin” or suffer with allergies, your trigger might be allergens in your skincare products.
I am all about honesty. Over these next few days, I am going to be brutally honest with you. Your “clean” beauty products might not be as clean as you think. In fact, I will teach you how to spot hidden toxins in the cleanest sounding ingredients.
Although it sounds like it, that wasn’t a trick question… I promise!
You use the word to describe your favorite smell, but what
about your favorite skincare ingredient?
Same spelling and pronunciation, fragrance is used interchangeably
but the meanings of this word couldn’t be more different.
When’s the last time you went “earthing”? I’ll give you a hint, you were probably a kid. "Earthing" means walking barefoot on soil, grass, or sand… and even though you’re probably thinking “ewwwh” - earthing provides many health benefits.
Walking with your feet directly touching the ground allows your body to absorb negative electrons through the Earth, which helps to:
It’s summertime, Primal Lifers…and we all know nothing can give you that “fresh summer” look like beautiful, glowing skin and flowing mermaid waves?
It’s no secret what Blue Tansy Oil - one of our favorite ingredients included in our Blu Berry Elixir - can do for your skin, but what you may not know, is it can do wonders for your hair, as well.
Summer is upon us and that means that many of you are enjoying the sun and baring your faces, legs, and feet! What many of you may be finding out (the hard way) is your tried and true face and skincare products may be giving you more glow than you bargained for…
leaving you looking (and maybe feeling) shiny and oily.