Good Skin Shopping Guide


Q- I’m so glad you’ve found something that works for you! I wanted to inquire about your new skin regime and where I may purchase all of these wonderful products you’ve been gushing over.

Actually, the Yes To Carrots I’ve already heard of, and the Burt’s Bees Acne Solution I think I actually already have in my house.

Could you tell me more? I’m thinking my mother, and even I, may benefit, since we love all natural products and taking the organic approach in all aspects of our lives.

A- Yay! Good for you for taking the natural approach too. I really have felts loads better since making the switch. Here a couple of places that I visit for my natural skincare needs.

> Whole Foods

> Erewhon

> Rainbow Acres

> Sephora (all of their natural/organic products are marked)

> Target

If you don’t have those stores in your area or you do but they don’t carry a large selection of natural products, try purchasing online — Amazon has it all. I am pretty spoiled being in Southern California because a lot more people are down with the natural approach here.

When shopping at the more hippie type of stores (Erewhon, Rainbow Acres, Whole Foods), I find it helpful to talk to the people who work there. 9 times out of 10 they know what they are talking about. At least that’s the case in SoCal. You can, of course, always ask me if you have any questions. I am constantly trying new stuff and doing research on these kinds of thing.

Happy shopping!

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