- Chip resistant
- Smooth, silky finish
- 5-free: No formaldehyde, toluene, camphor, phthalates or colophony
- Large variety of colors
- Vegan and gluten-free
In $$, Acure Organics, Combination Skin, Facial Cleanser, Gluten-Free, Oily Skin, Reviews, Skin Care, Vegan / 9/11/2014
Acure sent me their Facial Cleanser Gel (Superfruit and Chlorella Growth Factor), which is targeted to combination and oily skin types. I put it to the test.Read more
- Contains many organic ingredients
- A little goes a long way
- Lathers well
- Pleasant fruity scent
- Cleanses without drying
- Vegan and gluten-free
Zosimos Botanicals is one such company, and they recently reformulated their lipsticks to be even creamier than last time I reviewed them. Read on to see how the new version stacks up.Read more
- Creamier formula
- Broad color range
- Eco-friendly refills available
- Sample sizes offered
- Gentle formula with organic ingredients
|A finished look with BWC makeup|
There is one main difference between a professional makeup application and a personal makeup application: the number of layers. Pros may apply several products before they even start with "base" layers such as foundation and concealer. Beauty Without Cruelty (BWC), a 100% vegan line, kindly sent me some products to help demonstrate some of these pro tips. Read on for some of my secrets for making your natural makeup last.
In $$$$$, Annmarie Gianni Skin Care, Gluten-Free, Reviews, Sunscreen, Sunscreen/Tanning, Tinted Moisturizer, Vegan / 8/28/2014
Sun Love perform?Read more
- Yummy chocolate-lavender scent
- Gentle, zinc-based sunscreen
- Includes several organic or wildcrafted ingredients
- Lightweight, tinted formula
- No "sunscreen smell"
I get bloated when I eat wheat. Does this mean I should switch over my makeup to gluten-free products?
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