Maybe you eat clean, or live as green-a-life-as-possible, or continually aim to decrease your carbon footprint or maybe you just want to use products that are non-toxic and safe for you and the environment. If any or all of these are true, you wouldn’t be alone. For some time now there’s been a public demand for safer, cleaner beauty products. Consumers have been snapping up safer beauty products like Kora Organics by Miranda Kerr’s Luxurious Rosehip Body Oil ($74) and Jessica Alba’s Honest Beauty Creme Blush ($22). Both of these beauty lines fit the bill and help to fill the void, but now there’s a new girl in town. Gwyneth Paltrow has joined the fray with her clean makeup collection, Jui
New Year. New launch.
Singer, songwriter, actress and more, Demi Lovato is celebrating her first anniversary as N.Y.C NEW YORK COLOR’s ambassador and as a thank you to her loyal fans, aka the Lovatics, she’s introduced a capsule, the “Lovatics” collection,which includes a Palette Eye Shadow, Lip & Cheek Tint, Mascara and Eyebrow Liner.
“I am so excited to share my first makeup line with N.Y.C NEW YORK COLOR. The Lovatics collection is a true representation of my bold style and provides endless opportunities to rock your own individuality,” says Lovato.
Lovatics by Demi Eyeshadow Palette in Natural ($4.99) is Demi’s personal favorite. It features 12 nude, gorgeous colors
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No, this past Thursday wasn’t bring your child to work day (at least not that I am aware of), but that didn’t stop me from taking my six-year-old son Teddy to the launch party for the Zest Fruitboost Shower Gels (and the surprise, soft launch of a companion line of body scrubs).
The event was held at Manhattan’s Dylan’s Candy Bar — which is essentially CandyLand in 4-D. (I should know as I play at least three rounds of this classic board game every night.) I couldn’t see going to Dylan’s without at least one of my sons in tow. It wouldn’t really be fair to the boys.
And it was quite the sweet fete. Colorful, fruit flavored candy served as the perfect backdrop for the launc
Just in time for colder weather ahead, Galderma, the makers of hero brand Cetaphil, is shaking up the skin care world with a new range of 6 problem solvers. Excipial is a new skin care brand that addresses some of the most common and annoying skin issues; including keratosis pilaris (KP), extreme dryness, flaking, cracking, and rough skin.
Skin can be compromised due to weather, medical conditions or as a side effect of some treatments and medications. Dry, dehydrated skin can also be an occupational hazard. Some professions are at greater risk, for example, chefs, kitchen staff, hair colorists, nurses, operating room techs, and surgeons, from excessive hand washing and exposure to chem