We mentioned a short while back that one particular celebrity was working on bringing to life a new business project, in partnership with Juice Beauty, bringing organic skincare products to the retailers around town. We have always believed that the gorgeous actress who barely seems to age, time forgetting to have its effects on her, can do it all. We have not yet been disappointed. Apparently she can create some incredibly useful products as well, something that is necessary in this day and age, as chemicals are dumped out and the natural is utilized to its fullest potential. Gwyneth Paltrow newly launched a beauty line actually, and has decided that Goop fashion needs proper skincare as well.
The collaboration with Juice Beauty includes six products, all made out of organic ingredients and made to emulate the effects of a chemical based version, without the side effects that might accompany it. The line includes a face oil of course, along with an exfoliating face mask that we simply cannot live without, a cleanser, an eye cream, a daily moisturizer for your skin –particularly now that it is winter, this will come in very handy – and a night cream that is labelled to be replenishing.
Natural ingredients are backed into every bottle, including vitamin E, jojoba ester, shea butter, cocoa butter, as well as juices from lemons, apples and grapes. The idea is to keep things as organic as possible, meaning that at the moment its 99% assurance is quite the achievement. All products are also thus non-toxic and safe even if accidentally ingested.
“This is body food,” explains Paltrow to Vogue as she recounts the reasons behind coming up with the latest line. “We absorb 60 to 80 percent of what we put on our skin, so the idea that you’re exercising and trying to eat well and then slathering yourself with chemicals, parabens, and silicones — it’s not great.” So if we take that fact into consideration, Paltrow is doing us all a favor by turning the very things we use on a daily basis into something that even a child would enjoy playing with.
How much should we expect to pay for these 99% organic products within Gwyneth Paltrow’s skincare line? According to the prices we have found quotes to, put aside at least $80 and up to $140 for each bottle to get your hands on once it becomes available on March 1st, 2016. It will be available on Paltrow’s Goop website and is to feature some rather clean packaging styles, featuring black and white coloring and a design with the letter G on it. We can easily see how that can mean both Goop and Gwyneth Paltrow. At the end of the day though, the world is a better place because of activists like Paltrow, who strive to give themselves and the rest of humanity an alternative to the synthetic and cheaper pieces that we have gotten used to over the past many years.
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