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Everything you need to know about ‘Clean Beauty’ to improve your skincare

For the past 3 years the term “Clean Beauty” has been quite the buzz. But with all of the conflicting information online, it can be really hard to determine what “Clean Beauty” even means, especially when many of the online definitions simply state that the meaning is “in the eye of the beholder.”

The Clean Beauty sub-sector of the Beauty Industry stands at a staggering $5.44 Billion with Brand Essence Estimating a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 12.07% between today and 2027, the term “Clean Beauty” isn’t going anywhere.

That’s why Brandie Price, Image Consultant, wants to share the absolute basics of clean beauty with you to give you more insight into this.

First things first, and this is quite literally the whole basis of the Clean Beauty Movement. Skin Nutrition. You’ve heard me say this time and time again.Your skin is your largest organ. So the general thought process with Clean Beauty is that if you wouldn’t put it in your body, you shouldn’t put it on your skin. More skin care companies are giving consumers access to products that are not only free of the ingredients that you would not ingest, but also promote adding essential nutrients to your skin. Now this also pertains to those of us who have food intolerances. If you have an internal intolerance, try to omit that intolerance from your skin products use.

Which leads me to our second point. Think of your skin care as food for your skin. We are so quick to change out diets when we have a health condition, but seldom treat out skin, unless there is a severe issue. The New Artistry Skin Nutrition line actually launches today. The Artistry company is known for holding the standard of owning the entire process of from growth of the nutrients to production. Meaning that each ingredient can be traced from seed to skin. Such like the more commonly know Food Pyramid, the science behind the entire clean beauty movement can be explained simply by the five key nutritional requirements to maintain a “Clean Beauty Regimen”

Purify – Keep skin clean, calm and free of skin-stressing irritants.

Balance – Stabilize and nurture an optimal microbiome.

Rebuild –  Strengthen and repair that appearance of skin’s support layer to increase resilience, elasticity and firmness.

Moisturize – Saturating skin with lasting hydration.

Protect – Fight environmental aggressors with SPF sun protection and antioxidants.

Lastly, do not forget to feed the skin on rest of your body. Clean Beauty and Skin Nutrition is not just for your face. It is for your entire body. 

Angela Hadl is a mother, entrepreneur, and the Chief Bath Scientist of BB Bombs. BB Bombs has quickly solidified its place in the beauty industry as a go-to source for those seeking a luxurious skin care experience. Hand-crafted in small batches, BB Bombs consist of any array of sugar scrubs, bath bombs, botanical oils, and other skin essentials that are created with the sole purpose to produce the glowing, healthy skin her customers desire. Each and every ingredient is selected based on the nutrition value that it adds to your skin to elevate your bath care routine. 

We are giving all of these products a test drive on Instagram today! See the texture and proper product usage by following @brandiepriceimage

Brandie Price is an Insider Fashion and Beauty Expert, On-Camera Image Expert, and Award Winning Celebrity Makeup Artist

You can find her at BrandiePriceImage.com and on Instagram: @brandiepriceimage.

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