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Clean Beauty School
A beauty podcast from mindbodygreen, the leading brand in health and well-being. Hosted by mbg’s beauty director, Alexandra Engler, Clean Beauty School explores the intimate and intricate relationship between beauty and wellness, including physical, mental, environmental, and spiritual health. Through this series, we’ll dive into the science and soul of beauty’s most pressing topics.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 52 ratings
Good Information
Good information but disconcerting that the title of Clean Beauty School has been used for a number of years by a female entrepreneur based in Canada. This skin care expert has worked hard to develop a one stop shop while offering endless amount of knowledge and years of expertise. A quick Google...Read full review »
SushiLove007 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 04/27/21
Really happy this podcast is here! Would love to see an episode on safe skin care for pregnancy and breastfeeding!
sharpeweek via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/22/21
Can’t wait for more!
A wonderful amount of information already. Looking forward to the next episode. Definitely subscribe! Alexandra has a great voice to match the clean/wellness topics she covers.
smallcolleen via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/19/21
Recent Episodes
“I wish clean beauty would care about toxic beauty standards the same way it cares about toxic beauty ingredients. Because when you look at the physical and mental harm caused by beauty standards versus beauty ingredients, there's no contest: Beauty standards are so destructive to our...
Published 06/14/21
“I always felt like if you can do better for yourself and the planet, why not? And now the clean beauty industry is freaking fantastic now, there’s no reason not to try,” says former social worker, clean beauty expert, and celebrity makeup artist Katey Denno. “Now I would never in a million years...
Published 06/07/21
“The sense of smell is processed differently than any other sense. You actually experience the sense of smell—it triggers our emotions and the memories—before you're able to actually process it,” says fragrance expert, reiki healer, and founder of Perfumerie Mindy Yang. In this episode of Clean...
Published 05/31/21
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