Does your costume (or your little one’s) require ‘face paint’? Get creative with the Juice Beauty Makeup Collection!
For the timeless, elegant 1920′s style, follow the steps for our Juicy Glam look. An intense color saturation for a dramatic effect HERE.
The Purrrfect Cat:
Use our Defining Eyeliner to create the perfect cat-eye, nose, and whiskers. Line top lashes, extending line beyond the corner of the eye, angling the tip of the liner upward to create a winged effect. For a “kitten eye” extend only slightly. For a full “cat-eye” extend further. Finish by drawing nose and whiskers!
Get Smooth Skin From Head To Toe Apple Blemish Peel Stop the bump-fest with a weekly peel! The alpha hydroxy acids from the apples remove pimple-causing bacteria from your skin. Apply all over, leave on for 10 minutes, then rinse.
Pick A Powder To Calm Sensitive Skin Juice Beauty Refining Finishing Powder: Organic alow makes this powder soothing and supersmooth, so it won’t clump up in fine lines.
How many beauty brands feature a “secret ingredient” or a “breakthrough technology” without clearly explaining what it’s actually made of?
While their claims may sound enticing, chances are this magic formula is laced with chemicals that may have negative health implications. At Juice Beauty, we know that what’s NOT in a product is as important as what IS.
That’s why we’ve created a list of our top 30 Unworthy Ingredients you will NEVER find in our products.
the insider blog Bridal Beauty: Our Fab Picks for Fall The “Blushing Bride” set by Juice Beauty will help brides achieve glowing, radiant complexions for their big days using safe, natural, and healthy ingredients. Our favorite pieces from the set include The Stem Cellular CC Cream (which works as an anti-aging property, tinted moisturizer, and […]
Natural BeautiesLocal entrepreneurs bring sustainability and innovation to personal care Karen Behnke is a woman in constant motion. She runs, bikes and swims daily. She’s an involved mother of two teens. And she’s the founder and CEO of San Rafael’s Juice Beauty, a fast-growing beauty brand whose skincare, makeup and hair care products meet the […]
For this week’s #AwarenessWednesday we’re excited to share an incredibly informative video from when we recently sat down to chat with Jeanne Rizzo, president of the Breast Cancer Fund.
The Breast Cancer Fund connects the dots between breast cancer and exposure to chemicals in our everyday environments by identifying — and working towards the elimination of — environmental and other preventable causes of the disease.
They translate the growing body of scientific evidence linking breast cancer and environmental exposures into public education and advocacy campaigns to increase awareness of ways to protect our health and reduce breast cancer risk.
Watch this fantastic conversation and let us know your thoughts below!
Load Up On Antioxidants Acne is known to cause spots and discoloration but a good serum that’s loaded with antioxidants can actually help prevent breakouts and inflammation, limiting the risk of hyperpigmentation, too.
It’s Breast Cancer Month and if you’re like me, you’re seeing pink everywhere from every company imaginable. Though I love seeing so much support and awareness being rallied for such an important health issue, I’m surprised that companies simply place pink on their packaging and donate some money to Breast Cancer organizations once a year, while there may be ingredients in their products that have been linked to unhealthy effects. I’d love to know what you think – let me know in the comments at the bottom of this post.
All of the unnecessary chemicals in beauty products can cause problems for women’s health. We choose not to use these in our products. You can find an extensive list of chemicals you will NOT find in Juice Beauty products HERE.
I wanted to lay something out that’s pretty simple, and so important, to understand what happens with these chemicals and how a harmful chain happens. Here’s how it goes…
It’s Breast Cancer Awareness month, when pink ribbons blanket everything from cosmetics to food cans, urging us to be aware of breast cancer. But when 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with the disease, how much more awareness do we need? Our charitable partner, the Breast Cancer Fund, is working to shift the conversation from awareness to prevention. We fully support them on their mission to stop this disease before it starts, and we need the support of millions of women like you. You can start by pledging to go beyond the pink to prevention.
In just a generation we’ve witnessed a 40-percent increase in breast cancer, and we know that environmental factors like toxic chemical exposures have played a major role. The Breast Cancer Fund is working to eliminate our exposure to toxic chemicals linked to the disease so that fewer of us, our daughters and increasingly our sons will ever have to hear the words, “You have breast cancer.”