The main issue people face today with and skin care products cosmetics is their authenticity and what actually goes into making them since these products are being applied directly to your skin and it is very important them to be chemical free, nontoxic and of course, completely safe to use.
Skincare should be the most vital part of your skincare routine whether you do it once a day, twice a day or only a few times a week. Skincare consists of various methods and using products to keep your skin clean and healthy and away from dirty or any microbes that could harm your skin. Skincare mainly consists of deeply cleaning your skin and getting rid of anything that might clog your pores or make you break out. Same with the case of cosmetics. People tend to go for more environmentally friendly and safe to use products that do not react to your skin immediately, make you oily or give you skin rashes as soon as they are applied. It is very crucial that you choose products that are safe and healthy.
As a good news for our very loyal customers, I’m personally very pleased to announce that AG boutique has teamed up with the beauty counter that will help implement safety measures and more natural ways to make the products our artisans make.
I know that shopping with and supporting socially conscious companies who have upstanding business practices is important. It's one of the reasons I'm so proud to work with Beautycounter. They have been a B Corporation for years, but this year received their highest-ever rating of 95!
Not familiar with B Corporations? Here's a little bit about what it takes:
What does it mean to be a Certified B Corporation?
In short, B Corps are companies that use business as a force for good. To be certified as a B Corporation, a brand must meet high standards for social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency. It’s a pretty exclusive club—there are currently over 2,000 certified B Corps worldwide (with this number growing every day), including leading companies such as Seventh Generation, Apolis, Patagonia, and Eileen Fisher.