Making beauty safer for everyone with Beautycounter


I am SO excited to share that I recently signed up to be a Beautycounter consultant! Beautycounter is a clean beauty company whose mission is to get safer products into the hands of everyone.

Did you know that, before this year, the last major law to regulate beauty ingredients in the US was passed in 1938?! Thanks in large part to Beautycounter, the US went from banning just 11 ingredients to 30 this year. However, the US still only bans 30 ingredients compared to the EU who has banned 1400!

Beautycounter has something called ‘The Never List’ which includes over 1800 harmful or questionable ingredients that they will never use in any of their products – doing the research and hard work for us!

I have been reading and watching so much this year about harmful chemicals and our bodies. I’ve always tried to pay attention to this, but it wasn’t until this year that I really started to look beyond just our food. I thought I was doing a good job, but this year I realized that the majority of my “natural” products weren’t as natural as they appear. So when this opportunity showed up, I felt like I had to be a part of this movement!

With the weather cooling down, I needed a new moisturizer. My skin is extremely sensitive to the point where previous skincare products labeled as “sensitive” have given me eczema! So I had to make sure Beautycounter’s products were safe for sensitive skin. I’ve been using this Counterstart Cocoboost Moisturizer from Beautycounter every day for over three weeks now and I love it! Definitely (Eva) sensitive skin approved!

If you’re at all interested in finding out more about this information and want to make sure you’re not using harmful products on your body (and that your family and friends aren’t, too!), please leave a comment, share this post, or send me a message and I would love to tell you more! And here’s my link if you’d rather check it out for yourself:

It’s beyond frustrating to see people suffering from illnesses (myself included) left and right that could have potentially been avoided if safe products had been the only option.

Beautycounter’s slogan is “beauty should be good for you” and I couldn’t agree more!

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