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  • Celebrity-Approved Beauty

    Celebrities depend on a bevy of skin care solutions and prettifying products to ensure they get the glow required to keep them camera ready—products that can be found right here at Pharmaca. Whether you’re looking to get Gwyneth’s glow, Natalie’s natural radiance or Cameron’s easygoing surfer girl look, these natural beauty skin care brands are not only good for you, but also good enough for the red carpet.

    512px-Barack_and_Michelle_Obama_at_the_Home_States_Ball NEXT UP: THE SKIN CARE LINE MICHELLE OBAMA LOVES











    Ahava receives plenty of press, and for good reason. Ahava’s rejuvenating Dead Sea mineral actives help Natalie Portman get her glow. Portman is a fan of Ahava’s Dead Sea Mud Exfoliator, and their powerful mineral products are also enjoyed by First Lady Michelle Obama and actress Kristin Davis.

    Dr. Hauschka

    Supergoop co-owner Maria Sharapova

    This natural skin care company creates chemical-free, botanically based products with garden-fresh, ultra-pure ingredients, so it’s no surprise that this pure line has quite the celebrity following. Vermont-bred Olympic snowboarder Hannah Teter told Glamour magazine her post-snowboarding ritual is to “load on Dr. Hauschka Arnica Energizing Body Oil all over my body and face.” And model Kate Upton enjoys the brand’s gently exfoliating Cleansing Cream, telling InStyle “My skin feels so soft after I use it.”


    Supergoop co-owner Maria SharapovaThis natural sun care line is co-owned by tennis star Maria Sharapova, and is another favorite of Gwyneth Paltrow's goop.com beauty editors. Their Daily Correct CC Cream does double duty as a primer and foundation, while smoothing fine lines, hydrating skin and providing SPF 35 sun protection.

    jane iredale

    Anna Kendrick

    Recently, the New York Times ran an interview with Anna Kendrick, in which the actress stated “I’m not big on lip color, but I like to have a little bit of something. I just ordered a jane iredale’s Just Kissed Lip and Cheek Stain. It doesn’t just give you that bee-stung thing for two seconds; it lasts for hours.” Original supermodel Cindy Crawford also told elle.com that she chooses jane iredale’s mineral powder for both herself and her teenage daughter. “I feel like you can’t mess it up. It doesn’t streak; it’s not like a liquid foundation that you can put on too thick, or you can forget a spot. I feel like that’s really easy for her to use.” Jessica Alba credits jane iredale’s 24-Karat Gold Dust for her helping with her red-carpet glamour, using a tiny bit to give shine to her hair, clavicles and décolletage.

    Juice Beauty

    Cameron Diaz

    In her health and wellness tome, The Body Book, Cameron Diaz lists Juice Beauty as one of her favorite skin care lines, touting its commitment to pure, organic ingredients. Juice Beauty’s Green Apple Peel popularity helped the brand to gain quick momentum, garnering celebrity mentions and rave reviews. Juice Beauty has since enjoyed partnerships with celebrities such as actress, vegan and The Kind Life blogger Alicia Silverstone, and its Organic Lip Moisturizer is mentioned as a clean beauty must-have on Gwyneth’s Paltrow’s blog, goop.com. Did we mention that Gwyneth was just named Juice Beauty's creative director? Talk about celeb cache.


    Lauren Conrad

    This ingenious beauty tool has enjoyed a swift rise to fame, with promises to remove 60 percent more dirt and oil with its gentle scrubbing brush head. Celebrities have been quick to jump on the Clarisonic bandwagon, including fashion and lifestyle guru Lauren Conrad and country music star Faith Hill—who claimed the Mia as one of her must-have beauty items in InStyle Magazine.

    Dr. Bronner’s


    DrB LiqSoap_lavcroppedDr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps are universally appealing to natural skin care devotees. The company’s long-standing commitment to Fair Trade, organic ingredients has not gone unnoticed by stars such as Gwyneth Paltrow and Lea Michele. Paltrow—who aims to keep readers of her lifestyle blog, goop.com, informed of handmade, healthy products—has listed Dr. Bronner’s Lavender Liquid Soap as a favorite, while Glee’s Michele keeps Eucalyptus Liquid Soap in her shower.

    The Honest Company


    HC Healing BalmcroppedJessica Alba defied naysayers when she launched The Honest Company back in 2012 with a mission to provide safe, healthy products for families. The Honest Company has since grown to be a trusted name in natural products, and includes a line of award-winning body lotions and balms—the Organic Healing Balm has been spotted spilling out of several celebrity handbags, while their Honest Wipes are among actress Lena Headey’s on-the-go must haves.

    Deborah Lippmann

    Deborah Lippmann

    With too many celebrity clients to count, manicurist Deborah Lippman founded her own line of 5-free nail color in 1999. Now her natural polishes and lacquers are seen on the runway, magazine covers and the red carpet, adorning the hands of A-list celebrities such as Reese Witherspoon, Lady Gaga, Gisele Bundchen, Alison Williams and Shailene Woodley. We even spotted it on Mindy Kaling's Instagram page the other day!

  • Juice Beauty's Eco-Values

    If you think about the fact that more than 60 percent of what you place on your skin is absorbed into your body, doesn't it make sense to use the most pure, organic ingredients on your skin? And why wouldn't you use organic skincare if you knew it worked better than conventional products?

    1. Juice Beauty's mission is to provide clinically validated, authentically organic and pleasurable beauty solutions to people worldwide. That means not only putting the healthiest ingredients (that work!) on people's bodies, but also staying committed to eco values that focus on their products, environment and community.

    By committing to strong relationships with local farms, Juice Beauty can produce products that have not been shipped all over the world prior to making it to the shelves. And by buying ingredients sourced only from the west coast, they can visit their farms, and ensure they are complying with Juice Beauty's high organic standards.

    Juice Beauty's Product Values:

    1. CLINICALLY VALIDATED RESULTS: Juice Beauty achieves efficacy through cutting-edge organic technology. Juice Beauty's Age Defy products showed an 87% reduction in free radical skin damage and a 96% improvement in fine lines and wrinkles in 6 weeks. Our Blemish Clearing products showed 94% complete clearing within 4 weeks.
    2. AUTHENTICALLY ORGANIC: Juice Beauty sets a target standard that all its products should fall within a range of 80 - 98% total organic content. Products must meet the California Organic Products Actminimum of 70% total organic content (excluding water) by using a certified organic base and ingredients.
    3. POWERFUL ACTION WITHOUT: Products stay on the cutting edge of purity by excluding parabens, petroleum, butylene and propylene glycol, PEG, sodium lauryl sulfates, pesticides, phthalates, artificial dyes or synthetic fragrances. And they continue to focus on preservative improvement to remain a leader in clean products.
    4. QUALITY AROMAS: Delicious aromas are achieved from organic and natural essential oils--not synthetic fragrances.

    Juice Beauty's Environmental Values:

    1. BUY LOCAL: Juice Beauty buys the majority of their ingredients locally from the west coast.
    2. SUSTAINABLE & RECYCLED: They use only sustainably sourced and/or recycled paper for all supplies, which are then recycled again.
    3. SOLAR-POWERED & GLUTEN-FREE LABS: Juice Beauty manufactures the majority of their products using solar power, and all manufacturing is done in gluten-free labs.
    4. NO ANIMAL TESTING: Juice Beauty never conducts animal testing.

    Juice Beauty's Community Values:

    1. SUPPORT USDA CERTIFIED ORGANIC FARMERS: Maintain close relationships with ingredient suppliers.
    2. GIVE BACK. Juice Beauty currently donates a percentage of all profits to the following charities: San Francisco Breast Cancer Fund, The Organic Center, Teens Turning Green, Conservation International and the documentary Miss Representation.

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