BEAUTY inside and out

Engel, Mara; Roth, Cheryl
May 2006
Progressive Grocer;5/1/2006, Vol. 85 Issue 7, p134
Trade Publication
This article focuses on several natural health and beauty care products available in the U.S. market. The building blocks that contribute to the formation of skin cells include proteins, amino acids, carbohydrates and vitamins. Examples of organic active ingredients are enumerated. Mineral-based cosmetics use 100 percent micronized minerals and contain no oils, waxes, fillers or gums to affect skin.


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