Micro-beads are in many beauty products, and they are contributing to plastic pollution in our waterways. Learn more about them and how to avoid them.
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Looking for some ethical fall fashion that’s cute to boot? Check out these sweet handmade leggings!
Are parabens in cosmetics safe and natural? No. Here’s why.
On the hunt for good, vegan nail polish? I just learned that OPI is cruelty free!
We’ve covered potentially toxic personal care ingredients to avoid in the past here at FeelGood Style, but a question that often comes up is why should people be concerned? After all, doesn’t the FDA test chemical ingredients and safeguard citizens when those chemicals turn out to not be safe? There are a number of reasons […]
PEGs are on our Ingredients to Avoid list. Find out why and how to ID them on product labels.
When we think fragrance, we think artificial, strong, toxic. But like organic cosmetics in general, not all fragrances are created equally.
DEA & TEA are on our Cosmetic Ingredients to Avoid List. Find out why…
Summer 2013 is upon us, and The Environmental Working Group has once again released its hugely popular annual Sunscreen Guide, bringing with it a new season of debate regarding sunscreen ingredients and safety. As the owner of a store specializing in non-toxic beauty and personal care products, you can imagine the sheer volume of questions […]
Don’t you just hate how babies smell? All sweet and powdery? If you’ve ever wished your baby could smell less like a baby and more like synthetic fragrances, Dolce and Gabbana has you covered with their new baby cologne!
With a sea of so-called natural cosmetics on the market, one reader wants to know where to begin. Read on for the break down on choosing truly safe beauty and personal care products…
Changing seasons always do a number on our skin, and a facial can help restore balance and give you a glowing complexion, no matter what the season! Check out this 5-step at-home facial!
When you see talcum powder on a product label, you probably assume it’s a-OK, but according to data from the American Cancer Society, talcum powder might be linked to cancer.
Dr. Bronner’s is more than just a soap company. It’s a company with a conscience and a fascinating back story.
Cosmetics giant Johnson & Johnson has finally pledged to remove “ingredients of concern,” like dioxane and formaldehyde, from their cosmetics by 2015. They’re also cleaning up their children’s products by the end of next year.
The best way to fight breakouts is by preventing them in the first place, both from the inside out and on the surface. A healthy diet full of fruits and veggies can go a long way towards healthier skin, and drinking plenty of water can also help prevent breakouts. On the outside, it’s of course important to keep your face clean, but you can add a little oomph to your breakout-fighting routine with this tomato lemon face mask!
Combat the seemingly inevitable summer cold with three DIY recipes!
This mask is great because the bananas are packed full of nutrients such as potassium, vitamin B6, folate and other good-for-your-hair ingredients while the coconut milk contains lauric acid which helps to keep your hair strong and cleans away any dead skin cells which may have gotten trapped in your tresses.
Utilize some of summer’s best fruits in your beauty routine!
I will be honest here and say that I am terrible about shaving in general. I tend to shave more in the summer but even then it’s usually when we’re headed to the beach, pool, or lake, and I shave my bikini line less often than my pits or legs because I seem to get itchy razor burn no matter what I do.
That’s where Project FIG comes in. Their mission is to give women (and men, but the company was started by and for women) healthier skin choices.