Fresh Faced for the New Year

December 30, 2011 at 1:48 am Leave a comment

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In need of a beauty pick-me-up for 2012? Over the last five years I’ve switched all my cosmetics and skincare products to natural alternatives, and one product has always kept its prominent place in my beauty bag: rms beauty’s Living Luminizer cream.

When my skin is feeling a little dull or pale, I dab the non-toxic skin brightener on my cheeks and right below my brow bones. My complexion instantly becomes brighter and has a nice, healthy sheen. It looks like I just indulged in a long siesta and woke up to dewy skin!

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rms beauty is hands-down one of the best clean beauty lines. All the ingredients used by founder Rose-Marie Swift are pure and organic, formulated to actually hydrate and heal the skin while providing coverage and color.  An added bonus is that one pot of makeup lasts a long time. rms beauty’s Un Cover-Up is the only concealer I will use, and I’ve slowly been building up my collection of the line’s Cream Eye Shadows (Seduce is a great everyday color).

Rose-Marie’s reason for starting the healthy beauty line is personal and inspiring. Read about her high-profile career as a makeup artist and her viewpoints on the beauty industry in my featured Greenista Chat.

**I purchased all of my rms beauty products directly from the online store. However, there are a few retail locations that carry the line. In San Francisco, a limited selection is available at Clary Sage Organics or International Orange on Fillmore Street. The Living Luminizer is $38, Un Cover-Up is $36 and Cream Eye Shadow is 28.


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