Psychologies UK: Mum's the Word
July 12, 2013
The August issue of the UK's Psychologies is now on stands and features both beauty and health advice from top sources--including the magazine's very own beauty and wellness director, Emine Ali Rushton.
This soon-to-be mother of two answers a common concern: what personal care products are safe for both pregnant women and their baby? Rather than completely ditch your beauty routine, opt for natural and organic brands that can ensure safety as well as quality.
Among her favorites lie the rms beauty lip shines, a heavily pigmented gloss that is neither sticky nor nasty for your health. Packed with nourishing Moringa oil, you can keep lips supple and pretty with any of the four shades. What's more, this product also doubles as a light cheek stain--making motherhood just a touch easier!
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