The right lip color can make or break your look, which is why everyone should consider building a complete lipstick wardrobe. Our nine universally flattering Lip Sheers are designed to complement every skin tone—so we’ve got you covered for any occasion, whether you’re at the office or out on the town.
Though we are constantly in touch with our Consultants, getting the opportunity to spend time with valued members of our community in person is incredibly special—and one of the many reasons our inaugural Leadership Summit proved to be such a success. In a weekend packed with educational seminars and Q&As, top industry leaders, such as Environmental Working Group Executive Director Heather White, and members of our team gathered with Consultants to spend three days in Nashville, Tennessee, where they shared knowledge and laughs. While many Consultants approached us to express their renewed enthusiasm for our mission, we left Nashville equally fulfilled and inspired to continue working toward our ultimate goal—getting safe products into the hands of everyone.
Celebrating Valentine’s Day without chocolate would be like spending your birthday without cake. In other words, it’d feel incomplete—and a lot less delicious. Lucky for us all, when you do want to indulge in the occasional guilty pleasure, there are plenty of chocolates that are healthier than your average box of drugstore treats. Whether you’re spoiling yourself on Valentine’s Day or shopping for a special someone, check out the following seven companies that make chocolate to satisfy any sweet tooth.
When a woman falls for the perfect red lipstick, she falls hard. There’s truly nothing like it—as chic as it is sexy and classic enough to be a signature that spans decades. That’s why we worked for years to get ours right. It is, quite simply, the one.
Visiting your high school alma mater is a moving experience. For our founder, Gregg Renfrew, it was also a particularly rewarding one when she was invited to be the commencement speaker at Miss Porter’s School.
Thinking about the pH scale probably gives you flashbacks to high school chemistry class, when—let’s be honest—you may have spent a lot of time daydreaming. But now that “pH balanced” is a buzzword in the beauty industry, you’ve got a good reason to pay attention. Read on to see what you need to know.
It’s hard not to geek out about the Consumer Electronics Show, the biggest and most renowned tech event in the world. Tens of thousands of people make the pilgrimage to Las Vegas every year to learn about the latest in electronics and technology, and thanks to floating speakers and intelligent skateboards, this year’s CES didn’t disappoint. In addition to these cool gadgets, however, there were also plenty of practical innovations focused on energy efficiency and designed to help create a greener, safer home—a concept that we at Beautycounter can certainly get behind.
We couldn’t think of a better way to set the tone for the New Year than by giving back to our community. Earlier this week, Beautycounter teamed up with Teen With a Dream, a charity founded by cancer survivor Spencer Harrison that works to enrich the lives of pediatric cancer patients. We met with children undergoing cancer treatment at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, one of only 10 children’s hospitals in the nation. The experience was truly heartwarming and rewarding; in addition to distributing gift bags and discussing healthy living strategies with parents, we sat down one-on-one with kids to help them decorate journals and boxes filled with their dreams and wishes. Our wish? To give back even more in 2015 by partnering with other inspiring charities—and ultimately help everyone live in a safer, healthier world.
Our Head of Health and Safety, Mia Davis, recently met with a small team of students at the University of California, Berkeley Center for Green Chemistry (BCGC). The program is advancing green chemistry through research, education, and engagement, including a unique course that partners graduate students across different departments with real-life practitioners—usually companies that are facing some sort of chemistry challenge.
Diagnosed with aggressive breast cancer at 35 with three young children at home, Kristi started on a quest to eliminate harmful chemicals from her life and environment. Her book, Little Changes—our next selection in our Beautycounter Book Club series—is the story of that journey.