Are you looking for beauty products to keep you looking gorgeous this summer? You'll want to lighten and brighten up by the pool--with out all those petrochemicals. On my Sexy & Civilized podcast I spoke to Stacey Stilts, Founder of Green Line Beauty. She gave us her favorite green beauty product picks to give you a head-to-toe glow and get you poolside ready.
Recently, I had an opportunity to tour Norway. Specifically, Oslo and Bergen. I took this photo in Bergen where I visited a salmon farm. This is my favorite photo from my trip. I love the colors of the buildings in barn red, butter yellow and a pop of cobalt blue on the door.
Vegan cosmetics have become increasingly popular and the trend continues to thrive. The term “vegan” is not regulated. It usually refers to products that do not contain any animal products and they are “Cruelty Free”. However, cruelty free cosmetics are not the same as vegan. Cruelty free means that the products are not tested on animals but does not mean that they are free from animal products.
If you have Celiac Disease, gluten free cosmetics are a must, especially in the case of lipstick and similar products. Lucky, many cosmetic companies are becoming hip to this and are eliminating gluten from their products. Some are labeling, others are providing lists of gluten free products and many are excluding it from all their products.