something's in my eye! oh yeah, it's my mascara . .

An article in the May issue of TeenVOGUE brought to my attention how important it is for your skin care and make-up routine to be "green". Everything you put on your skin is absorbed into your bloodstream. I for one don't want icky chemicals like parabens and formaldehyde in me. But i can't just go and buy completely new make-up and skin care products. Which presents me with a problem, Not only are the one's i have now just fine and hardly used up, i don't have the money. Well, i decided to solve this dilemma, and thankfully, the solution is an easy one. When the make-up and other toiletries i have now runs out, i will replace it with a greener, safer version. The Body Shop is an excellent place to find natural products that are not tested on animals. Please consider switching your make up and skin care products to environmentally conscious ones. Both you and the earth will benefit.

Here are some things that i am going to add to my regime:

Tea Tree Oil Blemish Fade Night Lotion, $19 at the Body Shop. Tea tree oil controls oil and prevents blemishes without over drying skin.

Camomile Gentle Eye Make-up Remover, now only $7 at the Body Shop. Dissolves eye make-up without irritating skin. As an added bonus, it conditions lashes!

Tea Tree Oil Facial Wash, $11.50 at the Body Shop. Combats blemishes and prevents new ones without drying out the skin.

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