Women have long been enhancing or attempting to enhance their eyelashes for years.
Many have turned to mascara, and still others have ended up resorting to wearing false eyelashes. Although false eyelashes, otherwise known as falsies, can work to make a woman’s eyelashes more appealing, like many beauty products, they come with a price in more ways than one. Due to the chemical makeup in them, eyelash extensions can cause irritation of your eyes, eyelash loss, and even contribute to infections within the eyes.
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Some reactions are due to the woman herself rubbing her eyes, but the chemicals contained in the glue that adhere the individual lashes to a woman’s natural ones are to blame for the majority of negative reactions. The glue can contain formaldehyde among other chemicals. Formaldehyde is found in different beauty products but could be particularly volatile near the eyes or other sensitive membranes. Experts are trending towards advising women to use cosmetic enhancements with less potential side effects, such as mascara.
Many types of mascara contain unnecessary and harmful ingredients as well and it is wise to seek out a more natural alternative before deciding to apply anything cosmetic around or near your eyes.
All-natural or naturally-based products like Younique 3D Fiber Lashes may cause less irritation due to the naturally-based ingredients and the mascara could be a wise choice when looking for an alternative to falsies.
Whether you are vegan or not you are probably well aware of the amount of toxins in nearly every commercial beauty product on the market.The simplest rule to follow is to “If you won’t eat it, don’t put it on your skin“.Your skin absorbs everything, that you put on it so when possible choose organic vegan beauty products with no added chemicals or toxins.
Meet Dewi van de Waeter fromUtrecht in Holland. Dewi who loves making jars full of scrubs and other stuff that is good for your skin. She tries to make everything vegan-friendly and natural, and like to use organic and fair trade ingredients. No nonsense on your skin!
Her dream is to help lots of people to scrub themselves with her creations and bring a smile to their faces.Dewi puts a lot of effort and care into all of her products ,but there are 3 that really stand out.
Rose Petal Sugar Scrub-too good not to eat 🙂
The Rose petal sugar scrub contains only Contains white sugar, dried rose petals and organic almond oil.It is nicely placed in a mason jar, so you get to keep the lovely jar once you use it up.This is a very romantic sense and also makes a fantastic present.
Makes you smell nice and minty
The Natural Minty Deodorant contains organic coconut oil, cornstarch, arrowroot powder, baking soda, peppermint oil as usual made with love in a mason jar.This homemade, vegan-friendly deodorant works as a creme and keeps you fresh and minty all day. You only need to use a little.This deodorant doesn’t leave stripes or stains.
Oatmeal Cookie Hand scrub -delicious!
This Oatmeal Cookie Hand scrub contains yummy oatmeal, coconut oil, baking soda, pretty mason jar, white sugar, brown sugar.The oatmeal sugar combination is a perfect gentle scrub for your hands. The baking soda exfoliates your skin. Coconut oil is pretty much good for anything, but also really adds to the mask as a really good moisturizer. Coconut oil is a great solution for preventing dryness and flaking of skin.Because of the combination of these ingredients, you could theoretically lick of your fingers after the scrub 🙂
This is only a little hint of the fresh and beautiful sense, that the organic vegan products bring to you.
Today is day 14 of the raw vegan detox-as I am getting closer to day 21 I am already making plans on how I am gonna celebrate completing it. Here is a quick video , that I just recorded . Anything , that you put on your skin goes all over your body, so “if you won’t eat it, don’t put on your skin”.
A lot of people out there think that vegan and/or safe mineral makeup and skin care products can’t perform as well as the other commercial products. That is a common myth. There are people who also feel put off by the word ‘vegan’. You don’t have to be on a vegan diet to use vegan cosmetic products – these products are just about the safest products that you can apply on yourself and that is all!Here is why
Harmful toxins are present in every single mainstream body care and makeup products that we use. You can see that by reading the ingredients’ list on any of these products. Unfortunately, these are the very same products that are more conveniently available to us. These products use synthetic chemicals, animal byproducts, little or none vegetable byproducts, and so on. Those ingredients are cheap, so the company can make a profit, at the expense of your health.At the end, the consumers suffer without realizing why they are suffering.
Safe cosmetics are any cosmetics that use safe minerals, vegetable byproducts, essential oils, fruit and vegetable extracts, floral extracts, nuts, various roots, various waxes. On the other hand, vegan cosmetics are those that use fruit and vegetable extracts and/or byproducts, various roots, plant extracts, essential oils, floral extracts, nuts– the difference is that vegan products do not use any animal byproducts; that includes waxes. So, safe cosmetics do not imply vegan cosmetics.
Here are some resources for you to choose your vegan cosmetics .
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