Over the weekend I hosted a Beautycounter party with a few of my girlfriends. Think Stella & Dot or a Tupperware party, but with natural beauty products instead.
If you want to try out Beautycounter, you’re too late for their debut at Target, but you can order from my link! We all agreed that we want an introductory sample-sized kit of Beautycounter favorites, but it doesn’t currently exist, sadly.
I’m still figuring out exactly what I’m going to order, but here are the items I have my eyes on:
- Nourishing cream cleanser ($26)
- Nourishing day cream ($43)
- Balancing face oil ($68)
- Rejuvenating eye cream ($58)
- Daily shampoo ($22)
- Daily conditioner ($26)
- Touch up skin concealer pen ($32)
- Lengthening mascara ($29)
- Winter warmth color palette ($58)
Beautycounter is committed to a health and safety standard that goes well beyond what is legally required in the United States. Their Never List is made up of more than 1,500 questionable or harmful chemicals that they never use as ingredients in our products. This includes the over 1,400 chemicals banned or restricted in personal care products by the European Union, plus additional chemicals screened by Beautycounter and found to be of concern.
While all Beautycounter ingredients are sourced with a higher standard of safety and quality in mind, it is well recognized — and accepted by regulatory authorities around the world — that incidental, trace levels of a chemical may inadvertently be introduced a cosmetic product due to the complexities of the supply chain and manufacturing process.
Check out this shortened, pocket-size version of their Never List that you can use for easy reference.
To compliment the Never List, the Environmental Working Group has a Healthy Living App that provides ratings for 120,000 food and personal items. I have downloaded the app but haven’t had the nerve to scan yet– I’m too scared!
Questions? Reach out to my friend CariAnn at www.beautycounter.com/cariannwitsoe