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March 15, 2011

A few good starting points if you’re interested in more natural cosmetics, or risks of certain chemicals:

+ No More Dirty Looks, blog and book. Accessible and engaging for a beginner. Be warned that some of their product recommendations contain the ingredients they say to avoid.  (In all fairness, cleaner is better than loaded up with toxins).

+ Chemical of the Day, from Stephanie Greenwood, who has a line of organic products. I’m not a scientist but I like to understand things and tend to be skeptical, so I like the scientific weight she brings to her explanations.

+ The Green Beauty Guide. I’ve started reading the book and highly recommend. While NMDL was a great intro, this book will be a lasting resource. Julie has a website, too.

+ Standout blogs for me so far have been Fig+Sage and Sarah’s Organic Skin Care Blog. Poke around for helpful information and natural skincare tips.

Do you have any favorite resources?

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