Straight up… I KNOW this post and video isn’t going to be for everyone. Some people will never have an open enough mind to ever try a product sold through a direct retail business – even if it’s one that also has brick and mortar stores throughout the country and is healthier for you – and that’s ok. I have DOZENS of other posts and videos that aren’t about Beautycounter, and dozens more in the future that won’t be, either. But if you’re here (hopefully) because you LOVE Beautycounter like me – and cleaner beauty – then I hope this video helps you decide on some new things you may love! Let’s get into my Beautycounter products I’ve repurchased…
I’ve been using Beautycounter products for about a year now… but I officially joined the movement in August and have since tried SO MANY products! I’d say I’ve tried a good 85% of them at this point (there’s still some bath/body products I haven’t tried, and the men’s line, of course).
As a devout beauty junkie, I’ve been so impressed with nearly everything I’ve tried. Naturally though, there’s a few things that aren’t my favorite for my preferences/skin type, but that happens with any brand.
However, these 12 items are ones I’ve repurchased AT LEAST twice!
Beautycounter is a cleaner, safer beauty company founded in 2013. Their mission is to get safer products into the hands of everyone.
Founder, Gregg Renfrew, learned that the last time the U.S. passed major legislation in the beauty industry was 1938. Since then, over 80,000 new chemicals have been added to personal care products while only 20% of them have been tested for human safety.
Beautycounter is leading the way to help change laws, and takes 100 consultants to the Hill every two years to lobby for change, meeting with state legislators and congress.
Currently in the US, we only ban approximately 30 ingredients in personal care products. The E.U. bans over 1,300. Beautycounter bans 1,800.
In Dec. 2019, Renfrew was the first beauty brand CEO to testify in front of congress about the lack of regulation in the industry.
Beautycounter is sold online, in select brick and mortar stores nationwide (NYC, California, Denver, Nantucket, more to come), online, and through our 50,000 brand consultants (like me).
Renfrew believed this story was best told person-to-person, and feels that our team of consultants is who fuels this mission by sharing our stories and the importance of voting with your dollars and choosing safer products when you can.
For those that love video, I created this content for YouTube first, but scroll down for the full list of products and why I love them.
ALSO, IF YOU’RE NEW TO BEAUTYCOUNTER AND YOU’RE WATCHING/READING THIS IN MAY 2020, YOU CAN GET 20% OFF YOUR ENTIRE PURCHASE THIS MONTH BY SIGNING UP FOR BEAUTYCOUNTER EMAILS HERE.
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Ok, that’s my repurchases so far 🙂 Again, if you’re reading this and it’s May 2020, you can get 20% off your entire purchase (*excluding brand new product launches… which are none of these, so yay), by signing up for emails. Sign up for the emails, get a code sent to your inbox to redeem!
Of course, if you choose to shop, I’d really appreciate if you shopped with me as your consultant – Steffanie Entralgo! It doesn’t cost you any more or less to shop with a consultant, but it helps support me and my blog and my ability to continue to explore other cleaner brands, too. <3
Have you tried Beautycounter yet? What are some of your favorites?