You’ll hear a lot of celebrities, makeup artists and everyday average women proclaim that bronzer is the one product they can’t live without. Just a quick sweep of that rich brown color and the face is washed with a healthy glow. It’s so fast but so gratifying. Bronzer and mascara and I could basically survive anything, you know what I mean?
But what I can’t survive is getting up every morning and putting retinyl acetate onto my skin. Retinyl acetate is an ingredient in NARS multi-stick and it is linked to biochemical or cellular levle changes, cancer, developmental toxicity, reproductive toxicity, and organ system toxicity. Glam, right? On it’s list of ingredients you’ll also find propylparabens, which are a known endocrine disruptor . EWG’s Skin Deep Database rates the Nars Multi Stick as a 6, and I don’t know about you, but my skin and my health deserve better.
So toss that stick to the side and make room for our Bio Bronzer Stick. It’s EWG Skin Deep rating of 2 makes me supremely happy, and I know that with ingredients such as organic aloe leaf, olive oil, green tea and vitamin E it is treating and benefiting my skin while I wear it.
Our Bio Bronzer Stick is available in one universal shade that perfectly blends into your complexion to create a healthy, sun-kissed glow. Want tips on how to master the look? Check out last week’s Summer Skin Solution blog post for pro tips from our green beauty guru, Shirley Pinkson!