The August issue of the UK’s Psychologies is now on stands and features both beauty and health advice from top sources–including the magazine’s very own beauty and wellness director, Emine Ali Rushton. Read more
Take a tour into Tilda Swinton‘s fashion fantasy in the May issue of W Magazine. Aside from her beautiful editorial and images of couture jewels, this issue tackles tough beauty topics regarding sunscreen, Botox and the toxins lurking in your everyday cosmetics.
Miranda Kerr beautifully lands on the cover of Vogue Australia for their April issue. Among the collector edition pages you will also find the 100 Best Beauty Buys, curated by Vogue’s trusted and talented team.
Have your “Ahhh! Moment” with Oprah this month and remove the pesky clutter from your life. The first place to begin? Let’s start by decluttering your beauty routine and the excess products spilling from your cosmetic bag–not only will you save a few minutes every morning but your skin will thank you as well! Read more
Telva, a Spanish based magazine, recently interviewed Gisele Bundchen for this month’s edition. From music and yoga to cosmetic must-haves, this story covers just about everything this supermodel can’t live without.
What is the difference between natural and organic? Read more
rms beauty is featured in the January edition of Oprah Magazine! In light of the “fresh start” that marks every new year, rms beauty was the only cosmetics line highlighted in the section on how to attain a more healthy lifestyle. From organic ingredients and recyclable glass pots to boxes made from wind-powered factories, rms wants to turn your makeup bag green–see beautiful results inside and out! xo
As of this June, California’s Organic Production Act finally sought action against numerous personal care companies who have fraudulently claimed to be “organic.”
During the many years of cleansing after I was diagnosed with toxic chemicals, heavy metals and pesticides in my body, it became very clear, very fast, that my body could not take anymore onslaught of bad food and bad health/beauty habits. These chemicals and synthetics are everywhere including our beauty products.
My first realization of what really happens with synthetic, chemical laden beauty products on the skin was when I discontinued doing my daily beauty routine. I started eating a lot of raw foods for their high nutritional content (devoid in processed and cooked foods) and started cleansing and moisturizing with the same oils and butters that the raw food experts suggested for eating. My skin reacted instantly to those healing oils like I have never seen before. My skin glowed and radiated. My skin started looking so great that I found no need anymore to cover it up with makeup.
I received compliment after compliment until one day, when I had an important fashion shoot and wanted to look my best, I grabbed my favorite old foundation and lipstick and applied them to my face and lips. Wow … my skin itched, and my lips burned so bad that I had to remove them both immediately. It was almost as if my face was trying to reject the danger it was being exposed to. My body was finally becoming so clean it was actually reacting to the synthetic, unhealthy chemicals that we cover ourselves with daily. These chemicals not only mess up our skin, but are absorbed into the body, causing hormone and endocrine disruption and eventually disease, such as cancer. Please read my site www.beautytruth.com for further information.
I encourage every person who cares, not just about your skin, but also your health, to use pure, organic color cosmetics like my RMS Beauty. My product was created to work synergistically with the skin and totally complement each another. Only the purest healing organic ingredients are selected with absolutely no chemicals, parabens nor synthetics. You will have now successfully created a long-term anti-aging beauty routine that your skin will thank you for. By doing so, you will gain the youthful, healthy radiance you deserve.
Please remember, “the skin is a mirror to the gut” so when one pollutes the body, one pollutes the skin. Take care, eat healthy and organic food (including raw), plenty of clean water and exercise the body!
I need to clarify a big misconception in the beauty industry regarding the certification from the USDA seal.