Beauty: From Lipstick to Lotion Our Finds

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bareMinerals Original Loose Powder Foundation

bareMinerals started the clean beauty revolution launching its best-selling mineral foundation in 1995. Founder Leslie Blodgett went from managing a family while selling her signature product on QVC to having the brand acquired by Shiseido in 2010. It’s an inspiring story and even better product. This loose powder foundation is a staple for many women. It has a lightweight feel and is buildable.

Tata Harper Nourishing Oil Cleanser

If you’ve never tried a cleansing oil you are missing out. It seems counterintuitive and yet using this wonderful oil on dry skin will take off makeup and dirt while leaving your skin smooth. Female founder Tata Harper only uses natural ingredients such as nutrient-dense oils and esters to provide vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Free shipping on Goop when you spend over $50.

See More Great Women-Owned

Beauty is one of those categories that is absolutely ripe for innovation and change. And women seem to dominate with new ideas across the category. And this isn’t just because as women we are more apt to consume beauty products. But instead it’s because women think about the world differently and are wiling to question the status quo and throw out new ideas. Whether it’s exploring the role of nutrients in looking good while feeling great. Or how to fight sun damages. And maybe just simplifying a morning routine. Women don’t wear lipstick for men they wear it for themselves. What feels good inside and out matters. And this is the way in which we can explore these dichotomies related to beauty, health and self reinvention.