The ingredients, in many beauty products, on “CLEARlife Dirty List” of potentially harmful ingredients in cosmetic brands is what organic lines are prohibiting from their goods.
No matter what you think, it’s not just a list. It’s a way of making toxic additives clear, so the confusion instead becomes crystal clear.
From bloggers to members of Congress, there’s a beauty movement in the works called clean beauty. The “concept” being that the goal is keeping consumers safe from harmful chemicals in the products they reach for every day. But not all brands claiming the phrase are organic or toxin free.
CLEARlife is doing the dirty work for you on how to get the look with some of the best natural brands. And a key thing to remember is the word phrase “Clean Beauty” does not mean automatically mean it’s organic, natural, or free of toxins. So read your ingredient list to review what is actually in the products.
photography, BILLIE CHIASSON, Lisa Bonnici using Profoto Canada
hair & make-up, ROBERT WEIR
model, LOGAN HUNTER, Ciotti Models