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Category Archives: Natural Beauty

It’s been a while since I’ve blogged, but I’m going to jump right into a new natural beauty post! Today is all about foundation. Many of us wear foundation every single day, and for that reason I think it’s important to pick a toxin-free one. Traditional foundations contain irritants, carcinogens and other toxins that can clog pores, […]

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  • Beth Olson - I love stick-style foundations. Definitely going to check that one out in particular. I haven’t seen them at Target here though- are they a recent addition?ReplyCancel

There are so many benefits to switching to a natural skincare and makeup routine. You’ll find that quality natural products are: Free from chemical ingredients that may cause cancer, hormone disruption, immunotoxicity, organ system toxicity, etc. Free from irritants that cause acne, dryness, uneven skin tone, etc. Better for your health/skin long-term Better for the […]

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Summer came early this year! I don’t think Portland was prepared for the 90 degree weather (like, who even has air conditioning here?? …. no really, if you have it please invite me over). I’ve been spending a lot of days at the park with friends and enjoying the sunshine – it’s been lovely! Confession time: I used […]

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Spring has been a whirlwind so far, and I’ve been loving all the sunny days and blossoming flowers! I’ve been super busy shooting my Senior Reps and I hate to admit it, but I totally abandoned my Lifestyle Blog. I promise I’ll make it up to you though, and I’m starting off today by sharing a […]

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  • Rose - I’ve been meaning to make a sugar scrub too! My skin has been so dry lately.ReplyCancel

Hi loves! If you’ve followed along on my instagram or on my old blog, you may have seen my natural beauty posts. After trying nearly every chemical-filled product my dermatologist recommended for 5+ years, I still had acne. In January of 2014 I threw out every toxic product I owned and decided to start fresh. […]

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