Best clean makeup products for any skin type | clean & celebrity makeup artist Katey Denno
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“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 suggest that it's fine if you don't have clean beauty skincare, and to just grab anything that's not clean. The clean market is so big—you can find anything you need.” In this episode of Clean Beauty School, mindbodygreen beauty director Alexandra Engler and Denno talk about how to clean up your beauty routine, Zoom and social media dysmorphia, and their favorite makeup recommendations.  Show notes: -Read our report on Zoom dysmorphia—and how to deal with it.   -The rise of clean beauty during COVID.  -Research connecting acne and psychological distress.  -Research on endocrine disruptor exposure and mascara.  Comments: Sponsorship inquiries: 
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