11-08-2011 A Natural Beauty

Sarah Jessica Parker, Julianne Moore, Gwyneth Paltrow and lamictal dispersible even Tom Hanks all have something in common. And it’s not that they’re all high income-earning celebs. Even these guys are going back to basics and stromectol spurring an eco trend that environmental enthusiasts have followed for decades. Natural organic cosmetics are easier on the skin, don’t clog pores, and when using them, the skin “breathes” more naturally. Allergies to oils and other synthetic compounds are less common, skin is less apt to become dry and dull looking, and there is less risk of infections when trading your chemical products for organic ones. Some organic cosmetics can be tailored to meet the level of “radiance” requested by its users. Along with natural organic cleansers and lotions, these are the cosmetics of the future reducing our exposure to unnecessary health risks while looking as naturally beautiful as ever. Here are some of our hot picks which you can snatch up instantly: Couleur Caramel, IQ Natural, Organic Wear by Physicians Formula.

Next trends: Shopping (the way nature intended), Wine with a Twist

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