Since my last mention about the beauty benefits of Vitamin E, I’ve gone to purchase a bottle of JASON Natural Cosmetics Certified Organic Vitamin E Pure Beauty Oil 14,000 IU and have been using it to moisturize my neck and parts of my body. However, I’ve not used it on my face because I find it too rich and sticky. And even when using on my body, I add a few drops and mix it with my body lotion for application just twice a week or so.
If you have got new scars that you will like to get rid of, I strongly recommend you try Renew Certified 100% Organic Rose Hip Oil. I had a few new scars from pimples on my forehead and was surprised how quickly they faded after I used this Rose Hip Oil.
For about a month, I applied about 2 to 3 drops of Renew Certified 100% Organic Rose Hip Oil on my damp face every evening after cleansing, carefully massaging the Rose Hip Oil into my skin for about 2 minutes to ensure that it is well absorbed.
I was exasperated to read that many lipsticks manufactured in the United States and used daily by millions of women contain surprisingly high levels of lead. Considering lipstick is a makeup staple for us, this is simply alarming!
According to new product tests just released by the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, 61% of the 33 brand-name lipsticks tested contained detectable levels of lead, with levels ranging from 0.03 to 0.65 parts per million (ppm). One-third of the tested lipsticks actually exceeded the FDA guideline for lead in candy, 0.1 ppm, established to reduce lead exposure among children.