Serenity starts with safety.
When I was first diagnosed with PCOS, I had no idea that my mascara might very well be exacerbating my symptoms. While many agree that PCOS is, at least in part, a genetic condition, I have learned that lifestyle choices certainly play a vital role in hormone balancing. In fact, many of the everyday products I used in my own home – from cleaning supplies to skincare and cosmetics – contain known hormone disrupters.
That’s why I am now advocate for safer, more sustainable choices as a consultant with Beautycounter. I am committed to educating clients, businesses and even our federal government about the dangerous chemicals in everyday products. I am also passionate about creating a culture centered around inclusivity, safety, and sustainability.
Join me as we get safer products into the hands of every single person on the planet!
I had no idea what sort of impact my lipstick was having on my health before I was diagnosed with PCOS, and I am not alone. Through virtual consultations and classes, I help bridge this knowledge gap for everyone in my community – whether or not you ever place an order with me. Education is at the forefront of my mission, and my work.
Making the switch to clean living isn’t as tough as it may sound. In fact, most of the products I recommend to my clients cost the same or are even cheaper than their toxic counterparts. And because I’m so passionate about getting these safer choices into the hands of everyone on the planet, I’ll even send you a care package of samples – totally free of charge. Just click here!
Most of us do not know what’s inside our household and beauty products. Why? Because the beauty industry is largely under-regulated and the laws concerning product safety have remained relatively untouched since 1938. Beautycounter lobbies for increased regulations while serving each and every soul we meet along the way.