I had time in the Orlando airport yesterday, so I walked around and looked at some shops. I went into a skincare store that many people (including me, previously) think is "clean" and "natural". I read labels. I was horrified. I could barely even smile at the sales person. Holding a body moisturizer in my hand, almost shaking as I get more and more angry, reading "parabens" and "sodium laureth sulfate" and in the same BREATH they are talking about the environment and health.
You guys, I would love for you all to try TFO, of course. But you know what I want the VERY MOST? For you to read labels, clean out your bathroom cabinets, and stop buying toxic junk! Make your own, do the research, buy whatever you like that has really truly clean ingredients.
Anyway, I left that store so fired up. And then proceeded to spend a good chunk of the flight home developing some new educational tools. I'll be sending them out in a newsletter - as I can't figure out how to post them here without looking weird. Throw this new guide (The Toxic 12) in your wallet/purse/backpack, share/harrass friends. Get the word out, commit to change, do better for you and yours. I will continue to add new infographics, easy guides, and OF COURSE the brand new TFO Ask The Expert page, featuring our seriously rockin' amazing beautiful kind loving brilliant esthetician expert extraordinaire. (Can you tell I'm excited? I might *slightly* adore her.)
I read last night that the statistic for what children's skin absorbs is actually much higher. Let's do better for them too! Love all of your tasty faces.
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