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10. 02. 2006

Juice Beauty: organic, edible skin care line

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Stores like Lush are puzzling to me -- everything in there looks so luscious and edible that, for me, it's just an exercise in frustration and denied gratification to shop there, no matter how much I end up buying. I always walk out craving chocolate in a bad way. In my opinion, products that can't be eaten shouldn't smell like food.

I learned about the Juice Beauty brand, availabile at Sephora, from my favorite online shopper, SheFinds:

Though completely organic and edible, your skin will be far more nourished and appreciative than your taste buds. Beauty conscious tree huggers everywhere are appreciating Juice Beauty’s use of pure high-end blends of organic liquid botanicals, and aromatheraputic essential oils and aromas.

Okay, so it's not actually meant to be eaten; I just like the fact that it's edible.

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W. Getz:

I took a look at the Juice Beauty products that you recommended and I was disappointed to find the following chemicals in several of the products:

sodium hydroxide, benzyl alcohol, sodium hyaluronate, octyl palmitate, hydroxypropyl starch phosphate, cetearyl alcohol, alkyl benzoate, disodium edta, steareth-20, caprylic/capric triglyceride, ethylhexyl (octyl) palmitate, cetearyl glucoside, sodium carboxymethyl lauryl glucoside, cocamidopropyl betaine, azulene, tetrasodium edta and phenoxyethanol.

I looked through all of my cookbooks and exotic food guides and didn't find these chemicals in any of the recipes. These ingredients are not foods. It doesn't seem to be a good idea to use the word "edible" to describe chemicals like these.

You should take a look at the ingredients for the TerrEssentials line of organic personal care products. They have some really wonderful handmade organic skin care products that don't have any chemicals. Their products feel great on the skin and they smell heavenly!

Here's a link to their web site:

http://www.terressentials.com

W. Getz:

I took a look at the Juice Beauty products that you recommended and I was disappointed to find the following chemicals in several of the products:

sodium hydroxide, benzyl alcohol, sodium hyaluronate, octyl palmitate, hydroxypropyl starch phosphate, cetearyl alcohol, alkyl benzoate, disodium edta, steareth-20, caprylic/capric triglyceride, ethylhexyl (octyl) palmitate, cetearyl glucoside, sodium carboxymethyl lauryl glucoside, cocamidopropyl betaine, azulene, tetrasodium edta and phenoxyethanol.

I looked through all of my cookbooks and exotic food guides and didn't find these chemicals in any of the recipes. These ingredients are not foods. It doesn't seem to be a good idea to use the word "edible" to describe chemicals like these.

You should take a look at the ingredients for the TerrEssentials line of organic personal care products. They have some really wonderful handmade organic skin care products that don't have any chemicals. Their products feel great on the skin and they smell heavenly!

Here's a link to their web site:

http://www.terressentials.com

EDIBLE SKIN CARE LINE?? It is fun to know about. Thanks for such a qualitative information. I could never been imagine such a product line. I always prefer herbal product, as they are free from side effects and it is the most helpful way to make our skin fresh and glowing.

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