Clean Swap Products

Last time we talked about the Clean Swap - the worst offenders in your beauty routine! Today, I wanted to provide some recommendations to help you with your swap! 


Beautycounter Volumizing Mascara:This is the mascara that I currently use. I like the drier formula as it doesn't smudge or budge throughout the day. 

Well People Expressionist Mascara: Comes in four different shades (black, brown, blue and purple). Gives your lashes length and separation. 



100% Pure Lip Caramel: Moisturizing liquid lipstick with insane pigmentation. Offering a ton of different shades, this is a very comfortable wearing liquid lipstick.

Beautycounter Color Intense Lipsticks: Another super-pigmented lipstick. Creamy enough to moisturize lips without feeling heavy or settling into lines.

Clove and Hallow Lip Velvet: A safer option for a matte liquid lipstick. They provide all-day wear and have some brilliant colors - in love with Road Trip. 



Youngliving Copaiba Vanilla Shampoo: Best safer shampoo I  have found. It smells amazing and is great for color-treated and drier hair. *Member ID: 3998440 at checkout


Body lotion

I don't think you need to buy fancy lotions! I found that Sweet Almond Oil was amazing and I think it helped prevent stretch marks during pregnancy. Nowadays I use Coconut oil with essential oils.


Face mask

Beautycounter No.3 Balancing Facial Mask: If you have clogged pores, oily skin or any type of breakouts, this is THE mask. Any mask that has charcoal is good to draw out impurities.

Leahlani Meli Glow Illuminating Nectar Mask:  I could eat this mask. It smells so heavenly which makes sense because the main ingredients are fruit and honey! This is a moisturizing mask that allows the skin to plump up and radiate. 


Eye cream

Mad Hippie Eye Cream: I'm usually not too impressed with eye creams however this eye cream has significantly helped with my under eye circles. I'm seriously not sure how and it could be all in my head but it does have Vitamin C which is known to have brightening properties. 

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