NEW MAKEUP BRAND : NU EVOLUTION June 25, 2017 13:22
NEW MAKEUP BRAND : NU EVOLUTION
"Nadine Cormier and Sandra Anderson-Diaz are two successful powerhouse New Yorkers that bring the same level of drive and passion to their professional careers as they do to living healthy lifestyles. As beauty junkies and style mavens, they've always been drawn to the latest and greatest products and trends on the market. They are just as committed to living healthy lives and are very conscious about what they consume and apply on their skin.
Lotions, creams, fragrances, foundation and lipstick are part of an unregulated multi-billion dollar beauty and personal care industry. Companies are allowed to put almost anything in products, including known toxins that are linked to cancer, skin reactions, allergies, endocrine disruption, reproductive issues and other debilitating diseases.To make matters worse, they are not telling us about many of ingredients used such as lead, heavy metals and other toxic chemicals.
They don’t believe that the products they use to look stylish and beautiful on the outside should be harmful to them on the inside. They might suffer in stilettos, but they don’t want your health to suffer for flawless looking skin or highlighted eyes."
"Knowing that more than 60% of what you apply to your skin is directly absorbed into your blood stream, they set out on a quest to find alternatives to the propylene glycol (also known as antifreeze!), phthalates, parabens, sulfates and other harmful ingredients used in most mainstream beauty products. As busy women who lead hectic lives, they were also inspired to find products that were not only effective, but reflective of their taste and personal style. They became frustrated with the lack of healthy yet stylish options, and know that there is nothing beautiful about the toxic ingredients in most products on the market.
This was the prime inspiration and driving force behind their need to create NU EVOLUTION. They believe that you can look fabulous, without putting your health at risk."
Nadine Cormier and Sandra Anderson-Diaz