Consultants, The Makers

Meet Stephanie Eolin

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Stephanie Eolin, a Beautycounter Consultant (who you may recognize from our homepage) who joined the company at the very beginning—became Beautycounter’s first Managing Director in less than a month. The former registered nurse, who used to spend 50 to 60 hours a week at her job (with totally unpredictable hours) has found a new freedom in the Direct Selling world—and given her family a lot of choices in the process.

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Beauty

How To Use Body and Face Oils During The Warmer Months

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Contrary to what many might believe, oils are actually perfect for warmer weather, as they’re lighter than a majority of creams. In short: They’re the perfect addition to any summer beauty routine, particularly when they’re derived from pure plant oils (like Beautycounter’s Lustro Body and Face Oils. A tiny drop will absorb instantly and seamlessly to bring out the glow in every skin type, smoothing fine lines and wrinkles and soothing parched, dehydrated skin in the process. The end result: Plump and radiant skin that feels nourished, healed, and hydrated. We asked our Head of Creative Design, Christy Coleman, for some tips on using Lustro Body Oil and Lustro Face Oils during the summer months.

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Consultants, The Makers

Meet Jenn Indra

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Jenn Indra, a former teacher and aerobics instructor, is making big waves as a Consultant at Beautycounter—hers is one of the fastest growing businesses. The California-based, fashion-loving Indra, a wife and mother to a six-year-old boy, was always a Whole Foods shopper, but could never find products that she was legitimately thrilled to display on her vanity. Until she met Beautycounter.

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Well & Aware

Environmental Health Infographic

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What exactly is Environmental Health? In short, there is a strong connection between our health and what we’re exposed to in our daily environment. The environment isn’t just the air, rivers and trees. It includes everything we encounter in our daily lives: It is our homes, workplaces and schools; stores and restaurants; and even the cosmetics, cleaning supplies, furniture, and electronics that we all use everyday. At Beautycounter, we believe that your health shouldn’t be compromised by your environment.

Some things are hard to control. Some things are easier. Here, the basics of environmental health to empower you to safeguard your family.

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Greenwashing: The Many Meaningless Claims in the Cosmetics Industry

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What do “natural,” “organic,” and “green” mean when it comes to cosmetics?
Legally? Nothing. Due to major loopholes in federal law, cosmetics can be labeled “natural,” “organic,” “green,” “non-toxic,” and nearly any other word that comes to mind without containing ingredients that accurately meet those descriptions. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to sort through companies’ claims regarding the “greenness” of their products.
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Style + Design

The 8 Things That Made Gregg Renfrew’s Week Great

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It’s been a whirlwind end to spring: We have recently hit some exciting milestones here at Beautycounter, and I am beginning to see the payoff of three years of behind-the-scenes hard work. I’m also starting to see real change in the way that people think about food, health, and sustainability. This collective shift is inspiring. This weekend I will be with family relishing in the little things that make me appreciate just how lucky we are to be a part of this movement. Here, the 8 things I’m loving this week.

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7.2//Three Things to Pay Attention to This Week

Three Things June 20 news articles

The Report

“Babies whose moms lived within a mile of crops treated with widely used pesticides were more likely to develop autism, according to new research published today.

The study of 970 children, born in farm-rich areas of Northern California, is part of the largest project to date that is exploring links between autism and environmental exposures.”

The Action

Education is just the beginning. With studies like the above now reporting that even pesticides that were deemed safer than traditional pesticides could be cause for the spike in autism in the past twenty years, we can start spreading that education. Systematic change comes from a demand. When it comes to making community changes, we can influence our friends and family. Let’s foster widespread education.

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