L'Bri Pure n' Natural Skin Care Reps

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L'Bri Pure n' Natural Skin Care Reps

Postby sarahbendt » Sat Mar 22, 2008 2:59 pm

I can't seem to find any reps with this company on any forums. These Aloe based products are awesome! This company has been kept a secret for to long!
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Postby sarahbendt » Mon Mar 24, 2008 6:29 pm

Take the skin care IQ test:

Is water the first ingredient in the product you are using?

Does the product you are using contain any artificial coloring, such as FD&C Blue, Yellow 5, D&C Red No. 33, FD&C Yellow?

Do your products contain any of these potentially harmful ingredients? Propylene Glycol, Butylene Glycol, Sodium Laurel Sulfate, Phenoxyethanol.

Do you see pore clogging waxes, such as beeswax, candeilla wax, paraffin or carnauba wax listed among the ingredients?

Do you see fragrance listed on the label? Synthetic fragrance is artificially produced and can cause skin irritations in some people.

Does the product you are using contain petro chemicals, such as mineral oil?

If you answered yes to any of these questions it is time to switch your skin care products.

When selecting a skin care product, the ingredients should be the decisive factor. It’s not about fancy packaging, which can only add unnecessary cost to the finished product. The key to healthy, beautiful skin is what’s inside the bottle.
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Postby sarahbendt » Mon Mar 24, 2008 6:30 pm

Skin care ingredients to avoid

MINERAL OIL A liquid mixture of hydrocarbons obtained from petroleum, mineral oil can attract dirt and causes blackheads and eruptions. It can accelerate free radical damage, thus speeding up the aging process, because it causes toxins that build up in the skin.

ALL WAXES SUCH AS PARAFFIN, BEESWAX, CANDELILLA WAX, CARNAUBA WAX Waxes are widely used in cleansing creams, eye creams, and moisturizers. Waxes clog pores, creating blackheads and whiteheads. They also smother the skin, which over time creates an enlarged pore problem.

LANOLIN A yellow, semi-solid, fatty secretion from sheep’s wool is widely used in skin and beauty care products. It can cause an allergic reaction in some people, as well as enlarged pores.

PETROLATUM This familiar, semi-solid mixture of hydrocarbons is derived from petroleum. Literally, "paraffin jelly" or "petroleum jelly," it is not absorbed by the skin and suffocates the pores. All petrochemicals pollute water and destroy marine life. Avoiding these chemicals is essential for humans, animals, fish, water, land, and air.

ACETONE Used in nail polish and nail polish removers, this colorless, volatile liquid is often used in astringents, fresheners, or clarifying lotions. It is extremely toxic and will dehydrate the skin, while speeding up the aging process.

BORAX (Sodium Borate, Boric acid) Used in baby powders, bath powders, eye creams, skin fresheners, and protective creams as a preservative, borax is rapidly absorbed by the skin. Despite repeated warnings from the American Medical Association, it is still widely used in many products.

ALCOHOLS SUCH AS ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL, SD ALCOHOL 40, ETHYL ALCOHOL Alcohols dissolve the body’s natural moisturizers and strip the skin of its protection, leaving it vulnerable to infection. Alcohols destroy skin’s pH balance, and since they absorb water, they speed up wrinkling.

FD&C When this abbreviation precedes the name of a color, it means that the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) has certified it as safe for use in drugs and cosmetics, but not food. D&C colors are usually synthetic, coal tar colors. They’re toxic and should be avoided when at all possible.
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