The Spirit of Being a Woman
The nurturing aspect of enhancing our natural beauty with chemical free make-up that performs as well as any mainstream brand is important to our team at GoVita Tanunda. We advocate thinking a little deeper into what beauty products we use and promote, then investing in brands that reflect our devotion to health focused beauty.
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A lot of us slip between being a glamour girl and our everyday organic selves.
There is something fabulous about wandering through the beauty counters in the big Department stores that feels feminine and indulgent.
When we were younger, we were lovers of the most fancied beauty products. We were young cosmetic addicts, on a quest for clear skin, delightful smells, becoming a real grown-up woman through the transformation that make-up promised.
Cosmetics and skin care products are part of what is to be a woman. They allow us daily creativity, a feminine rite of passage!
In a way, it’s like an expression of self to indulge in the scents, the creams, the powders, the liners, the colours, the idea!
Looking back, we had no idea the products that we were using on our skin made our torturous acne and hormonal problems worse. It’s only when we learned about and transitioned to clean, organic brands, that we finally witnessed the most glowing versions of ourselves. And we didn’t have to give up our beloved makeup!
It’s powerful seeing the gorgeous models gaze down like a goddess from the Department store cosmetic counter. Watching the edgy, dark looks of the model daring you to be different on TV, or the sparkling temptress hypnotizing you from the Brand advertised in your favourite magazine.
They radiate the power of women with confidence.
While the flawless women who stare at us from cosmetic advertising may inspire us, if we embrace the self-love message beyond the superficial pursuit of perfection, it’s possible to see the whole charade of mainstream cosmetic marketing from a different perspective.
But, mainstream product marketing, unfortunately, does not alert us to health-harmful chemicals. It does not send out alarms to warn us of the fact that by using their products we are exposing ourselves to endocrine disruption (severe or slight hormonal disturbances), allergens, pollutants and very nasty toxic ingredients.
The number of women who trust the illusion of flawlessness from such harmful products is a real concern.
More and more our natural beauty role models are becoming famous for promoting products that are natural, ethically sound and positive for our physical health as well as our self-image. These women are opening doors toward meaningful changes in the beauty industry.
We should be proud of wanting to take care of ourselves and investing in our confidence as natural beauties!