First came organic eating and green lifestyle, now the beauty industry has caught up. Many beneficial products are available: clean, non-toxic and organic ingredients are on the rise.
Learn from aesthetician Theresa Naman — founder of Botanic Skincare facial boutique, Tarrytown NY — the marketing of product advertising and understand the difference between “all natural” and “organic.” Expensive products do not always give you healthy beautiful skin. If the packaging does not say what’s NOT inside, chances are you are buying cheap hydrating fillers and silicones — both of which can cause skin issues, including dull skin and breakouts.
Understand what it means when a product is free of parabens, sulfates, silicones, phthalates or palm oil and why you don’t want them on your skin. Get insights into the new buzz around mineral sunscreens and what the difference is from the traditional chemical SPFs we grew up with.