Do Your Research When Selecting Skincare Products
As you all probably know by now, I carry and use Eminence Organic Skincare both in my esthetician practice and at home. I whole-heartedly believe in this amazing company. Eminence Organic Skincare is a natural, organic and corrective skincare line that produces real results. Here's a little background on the company...
All of the products are made from potent, nutritious fruits, herbs and vegetables grown in the farmlands of Hungary. These organic and Biodynamic® farming practices have been practiced for over 55 years, harnessing the power of nature based on the harmony of the seasons and the alignment of the earth, the moon and the stars. Plants are harvested at the peak of the season to ensure the nutrients remain in their most potent form. The vitamins and nutrients harvested in this vital state give the best possible ingredients for their skin care products. Products are handmade without any severe heating or hydrogenating processes that can affect the nutritional content and potency of natural ingredients. Vitamins are captured in their all-natural fresh base, offering dramatic results as actual seeds, pulps and peels impart regenerative and healing powers that only nature can produce. This in turn assures that we as consumers are getting the absolute best of the best with every fresh batch made.
When shopping for products, I encourage you to do your research when selecting skincare or cosmetics for your skin. Google the company and read ingredient labels. Look for cruelty-free labels. Beware of ingredients such as parabens, sodium lauryl sulfates, animal by-products, synthetic dyes, petrochemicals, phthalates, GMOs and triclosan. Remember that ingredient labels are listed by quantity, from highest to lowest. So if a product label has water listed as the first ingredient, that product is primarily composed of water which means you are PAYING for mostly water. And don't be afraid to ask questions. We as estheticians and spa owners are here for you and want you to be confident in what you are buying and using.
Until next time,