In the past few years, I’ve been introduced to some excellent all natural beauty products through Whole Foods’ annual beauty event. In 2014, I was introduced to Zoya nail polish which was ok to use during pregnancy. At the Make Up Break Up event in 2015, I got Juice Beauty lip gloss which I still use. Last year, I tried Weleda baby diaper rash creme and DeVita SPF Moisturizer, both of which I still use regularly. During the 2016 event was also when I was introduced to Dr. Haushka skin care.
This year, Whole Foods Santa Clara hosted a Beauty Brunch event for local bloggers. We dined on delicious whole grain French toast, vegan donuts, macarons, cupcakes, and mimosas. We each selected product samples to try. Mine were the Pacifica nail polish in Purple Haze, the Zuzu Luxe blush and lipstick.
*Most photos in this post are by photographer Nathalie Bize unless it is watermarked with my logo.
Whole Foods Beauty Sale is still going on for two more days. Information below.
Beauty Week is happening 7 days only (March 22-28), where stores will be offering 25% off all facial care and cosmetics, and additional 25% off all Trilogy brand items. (Shoppers can pre-order from now to 3/21) On Friday, March 24, stores will also be offering limited edition “hello, beauty bags” for $18 ($90 retail value). Shoppers also have a chance to win a beauty bag by sharing their #hellobeauty product picks on social media and hash tagging #cleanbeautyfave.
Whole Body Standards:
Our Whole Body department carries the safest supplements and body care. We have three main standards for body care, baseline, premium and organic.
-More than 50 ingredients common in conventional body care products are not allowed in our starting baseline level products.
-400+ ingredients reviews for environmental and human health ingredients are unacceptable for our premium label level.
-There are no mandatory government standards for “organic” label claims on body care so we have created our own strict standard.