As an rms beauty fan, you are probably already aware of the industry’s “green washing” of beauty products and the toxic ingredients that may be lurking in seemingly harmless bottles. With so many cosmetics and personal hygiene brands eager to get on the “green wagon”, it’s important to know the difference between marketing and actual safety. There are a few popular buzz words that you may see emblazoned on your beauty products that are meant to signify that they are safer, greener, or healthier. However, you may be surprised by how little these words have to do with the actual ingredients contained in the pretty packaging. Harper’s Bazaar has broken it down by a few of the common words you will come across and what they really mean.
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You’d be surprised how many dangerous and harmful substances can be found in your everyday beauty and hygiene products.
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Annabelle, Switzerland’s premier magazine, hits newsstands with a fabulous collection of spring beauty and fashion must-haves.
Rose-Marie recently did supermodel Lara Stone’s makeup for the cover of Russian Vogue. Photographed by the talented Hedi Slimane and styled by Sarah Richardson, we can’t get over how beautiful this black and white editorial is. Read more