In the U.S., women of color are exposed to higher levels of toxic chemicals from beauty products.

- American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology (2017)

 

Nope.
Clean beauty should be for everyone. And everyone means everyone.

 

 
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JUNE BEAUTYCOUNTER FAVES

NO.3 BALANCING FACIAL MASK

The No. 3 Balancing Facial Mask is my skin’s ride or die. Kaolin clay draws out impurities and sops up excess oil, while charcoal minimizes pores, and salicylic acid exfoliates for a clean, smooth complexion. No summer breakouts here!

COUNTERMATCH RECOVERY SLEEPING CREAM

Keep your skin hydrated all summer without the excess weight of a thick winter moisturizer. Countermatch Recovery Sleeping Cream works like magic overnight thanks to an advanced blend of hyaluronic acid, plum oil, and tara gum.

BRILLIANT BROW GEL

Tame those brows all day long with conditioning plant-based waxes and butters. Available in 4 shades to add a subtle touch of color, and clear for no-makeup days. The Brilliant Brow Gel gives a natural hold to even my most stick-straight, stubborn Asian brow hairs.

 


 

Less than 25% of beauty products marketed to women of color are rated safe by the Environmental Working Group.

- Pestano, P., Leiba, N., & Hawkins, B. (2016). Big Market For Black Cosmetics, but Less-Hazardous Choices Limited. Environment Working Group.