Is “clean beauty” problematic? | beauty expert & journalist Jessica DeFino
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“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 psychological harm and to our physical bodies,” says beauty expert & journalist Jessica DeFino. In this episode of Clean Beauty School, beauty director Alexandra Engler and DeFino discuss beauty standards, how to define clean (if you can), and how to help your skin—no products necessary.  Show notes: -Read up on recycling shortcomings.  -Why we are drawn to beauty.  -Connecting beauty standards to mental health issues. -How meditation can improve your skin barrier.  Comments: podcast@mindbodygreen.com Sponsorship inquiries: sales@mindbodygreen.com 
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