6 responses to “Healthy = Pretty”

  1. Kelly Finley

    Love this! Indeed, Aleigh and Rosie are both beautiful and inspiring women to us all. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Aleigh

    Thanks, Kelly! 🙂

  3. Kelly Love Johnson

    I’ve gotten most of my “scary cosmetics” info from Aleigh and love that the product line I’ve been using for years for skin care (Philosophy) is on the “OK” list! Have also made the switch to sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner and planning on giving organic hair color a try (would love recommendations on that, Indigo + Canary!). All of my makeup products are organic – I read a statistic that women consume over 10 lbs of lipstick over a lifetime…if your lipstick has lead in it, that’s pretty scary.

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    […] Here’s a guest post I wrote for Rosie’s blog a few months ago about how, for me, healthy=pretty. Pin ItShare This post was shared October 6, 2011 under Skin, tagged All Natural Day, […]

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  6. Lead in Lipstick | Indigo + Canary

    […] Earlier this week, the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics (CSC) created a new Facebook page called Kiss Lead Goodbye that’s dedicated to generating awareness about one of the cosmetics industries biggest problems—the fact that many (possibly most) lipsticks contain lead. This isn’t a new discovery: in fact, CFSC has done several studies over the past few years that have proven repeatedly that lead in lipstick is an ongoing issue, and one the FDA knows about. (I’ve written about it a few times, like here and here.) […]

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