The Burt’s Bees ethos across all its products is Beauty Powered by Nature. The Renewal line shows that skin care doesn’t have to be complicated to get results. It can be simple, straightforward, and gentle, all at the same time.
One of the key components of luxury beauty products is fragrance, designed to create or change a mood, or evoke a memory. But fragrant ingredients in products for skin, body and hair can also have an unintended consequence: allergic reactions and skin irritation. If you’re keen on eliminating some of the scents from your routine, here are 10 products to try.
Brands without access to acres and tractors of their own are seeking out creative collaborations to further green their own practices, creating potent salves that heal us and the Earth.
We breathe it in, apply it to our skin, let it sit, and move on with our lives, leaving it forgotten. But the body remembers.
Tata Harper is giving us a glimpse inside her morning routine and letting us in on her skin smoothing secrets.
Perfume has come a long way since its origins in Mesopotamia but not entirely for the better. As modernization took its toll on the centuries-old practice, luxury and care gave way to cheaper chemical alternatives.
Long before the phrase clean beauty permeated our collective consciousness, Susanne Langmuir launched a natural nail polish line. Now the Toronto-based entrepreneur has partnered with her son Thomas to tap into another nascent beauty trend.
Gregg Renfrew would call Beautycounter an activist brand, not because it spends time disparaging or shaming other brands but because the team is focused on advocacy for systemic change in environmental and personal care product reform.
We have uncovered the truth behind some of the beauty industries most hotly debated topics and rounded up the best places and products that Canada has to offer. Here are just a few of our best beauty stories of the year (and there were a lot to choose from).