From the Physician Formula's website:
Organic wear® is the first ECOCERT® Certified Organic Line of Makeup in the U.S.
Most Organic wear® products are certified by ECOCERT®, an internationally recognized guarantee that environmentally-friendly practices are upheld in all aspects of the product.
- Harsh Chemicals
- Synthetic Preservatives
- Synthetic Fragrances
- Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO’s)
- Animal Cruelty
My other change has been my lipstick. I usually use Rimmel of London because they have fantastic shades for my skin tone, but I've switched to all natural Burt's Bees tinted lip balms, Lip Shimmers. I purchased raisin(more like dark pink) which goes one well, but like most lip balms, comes off easily. I still like it though, especially the way it moisturizes and tingles from the peppermint. It's a very fresh lipstick, and it was less than $5.00 at Walmart. I actually wanted something with more brown in it, but the raisin color is okay on me for summer. They do have some brown colors I like online: papaya and nutmeg, but I didn't see these at Wallyworld.
That's all I wear out of the house: a little foundation, lipstick, and some blush. I still need to purchase some organic blush.
As I was searching the Burt's Bees website for this post, I noticed that they sell a herbal deodorant with sage as the main ingredient. I've got tons of sage, more than I know what to do with, so now I've got another project - sage deodorant.
Burt's Bees Herbal Deodorant - ingredients: alcohol denat., water, salvia officinalis (sage) leaf extract, lavandula hybrida (lavandin) oil, citrus medica limonum (lemon) peel oil
Easy make at home ingredients. I've got the sage, lavender, and a lemon essential oil.
I already use Lafe's Deodorant Spray, but I love trying new things.
BTW, sage tea is nice...I'm drinking some with a little lemon balm and spearmint leaves fresh from my garden.
Also see: Budget Green (and Safe): Personal Care