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Beauty Products That Help You Beat the Heat

Tuesday, May 27th, 2014

To help you kick off the unofficial start of summer in style, we combed the aisles to find affordable new skin, hair, and makeup products that stand up to soaring temperatures.

Refreshing Skin Finds

For Body:

Caress Body Wash in Juicy Escape ($5; soap.com) 

Güd From Burt’s Bees Natural Cleansing Wipes in Red Ruby Groovy ($3 for a pack of ten; gudhappens.com)

Degree MotionSense in Berry Cool ($3.50, walgreens.com) 

La Roche-Posay Anthelios 30 Cooling Water-Lotion Sunscreen with Cell-Ox Shield XL ($36; laroche-posay.us) 

Alba Botanica Very Emollient After Sun 98% Aloe Vera Gel ($8; albabotanica.com)

 

For Face:

Tarte Not So Slick Oil-Absorbing Blotting Papers ($10; ulta.com)

Coppertone ClearlySheer For Sunny Days Face Lotion ($9; drugstore.com)

Eye Makeup That Doesn’t Melt

Hard Candy Eyes The Limit Eye Shadow Primer ($5; walmart.com)

Revlon ColorStay 16 Hour Eye Shadow in Exotic. ($7; revlon.com) 

Physicians Formula Shimmer Strips Custom Eye Enhancing Kohl Kajal Eyeliner Trio Nude Looks Collection ($12; physiciansformula.com)

When you’re ready to take everything off: Sephora Collection Waterproof Eye Makeup Remover ($14; sephora.com) 

Hot-Weather Hair Solutions

Gives you the look of shorter hair in minutes: Conair The Perfect Bob ($4; folica.com) 

 

To give an ordinary ponytail more oomph: Limited-Edition Remington Headband ($5, Walmart stores). For a beachy-looking finish: Umberto Beverly Hills Dry Texture Spray ($13; target.com)

Maintains your hair and scalp’s proper moisture balance: Clear Scalp & Hair Intense Hydration Deep Hydrating Treatment Mask ($6; amazon.com) 

It’s the season for beachy waves! Here’s how to create ‘em:

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Safe Body and Skin Care Products for Kids

Tuesday, January 14th, 2014

It’s scary to think of all the harsh chemicals we ingest daily during harmless activities. Until recently, I didn’t even know that the shampoos, soaps, and cosmetics I was using contained ingredients that were actually dangerous for my health. Many moms are deciding not to take their chances and are instead switching to products made with natural, organic, and easy-to-pronounce ingredients for themselves and their little ones.

Gregg Renfrew, founder of Beautycounter, is one of these moms. After noticing a lack of safe yet stylish products on the market, Renfrew created the body and skin care line, which launched last spring. Renfrew’s Beautycounter products, such as the Everyday Shampoo and Conditioner, are vegan, gluten-free, and made without harmful petrochemicals. Bonus: they come in sleek, sophisticated packaging so you can feel good about replacing some of your old favorites on your vanity.

Of course, parents and their children appreciate different styles and tastes, so with that in mind, Renfrew has decided to extend Beautycounter to create Kidscounter. The line, which launched with its Bath Collection in November, is made with the same healthy goal in mind but with a kid-friendlier approach. The first three products of the kids’ line are the colorful and fruit-scented Nice Do Shampoo, Not a Knot Conditioner, and Squeaky Clean Body Wash, retailing for $16 each.

All of the Beautycounter and Kidscounter products are available for purchase at beautycounter.com or through a local Beautycounter consultant.

Image courtesy of Beautycounter

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