Live Clean Baby!

 

I recently had the chance to review the Live Clean Baby line and its a really great group of products. I have 3 kids with sensitive skin I’m always trying to find good products that won’t irritate their skin or cost me an arm and a leg. I love that the Live Clean line is eco-friendly and the products are all so gentle on my kids skin. The whole line smells fantastic soft and fresh like a new baby.

If you have a soon to be mom in your life this collection would make a fantastic Mother’s Day or Baby Shower gift. You can pick up Live Clean Baby products at your local Walgreens prices start at only $6.59! Be sure to “like” Live Clean on Facebook to learn more about their products.

Live Clean Baby
Live Clean provides eco-friendly beauty products. Their mission is “to provide a line of products that contribute to a greener planet and perform at the highest level”. They use natural, plant based ingredients and they are made with 96% replenishable, renewable and sustainable plant ingredients. They are as good for the planet as they are for your body! Live Clean makes it easy to go green without compromising performance of your beauty care products!

The Baby Bath, Shampoo & Wash, Bar Soap and the Baby Lotion are all free of parabens, phthalates, and petroleum. They are pure Vegan and never tested on animals. The Baby Bath, Shampoo & Wash and the Baby Lotion are all plant derived and made with certified organic botanicals. The non-petroleum jelly is made with 100% natural ingredients.

 

Disclosure: MHU received samples of the above product line to provide and honest review. 

 


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Nicki Minaj launching her own fragrance!

Of course she is.

Nothing surprises me anymore in the world of perfumes. Who DOESN’T have their own fragrance line these days?

Nicki Minaj is launching a fragrance! The rap superstar’s first scent will roll out to stores this fall. “I designed the bottle and scent with by Barbz in mind,” Minaj told WWD of her new venture. And if her colorful wardrobe and high-octane hair hues are anything to go by, we’re expecting to see a bottle decked out in the boldest of colors. This isn’t Minaj’s first foray into beauty—the rapper launched a line of nail polishes with OPI last year, along with two MAC lipsticks.

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Kiehl’s Recycle and Be Rewarded! project with Florence Welch, Mark Ruffalo, Rosario Dawson and Spike Lee, and Recycle Across America‏

Kiehl’s has launched another environmentally conscious program called ‘Recycle and Be Rewarded’, which is a Limited Edition series with labels designed by four celebrities: Rosario Dawson, Spike Lee, Florence Welch and Mark Ruffalo.

100% of the net proceeds will go towards Recycle Across America. Kiehl’s also donated $100,000 to RAA, a non profit organization dedicated to solving the environmental crisis.

With a twofold approach, Kiehl’s is determined to improve recycling methods and further educate our customers on the importance of consistent recycling: We’ve introduced a new product to benefit RAA’s efforts with some incredible celebrity partners, and with the organization’s help, are relaunching our in-store recycling program to help educate and encourage our customers in their recycling efforts.

In honor of the new series, Kiehl’s has launched a Rare Earth Deep Pore Cleansing Masque series featuring labels designed by the celebrities.

The project includes:

ON OUR SHELVES AND KIEHLS.COM:

We have introduced a Limited Edition Rare Earth Deep Pore Cleansing Masque, with limited edition labels designed by Spike Lee and his children, Rosario Dawson, Mark Ruffalo and Florence Welch, and 100% of the net proceeds of this collection will benefit Recycle Across America. With every purchase of one of these Limited Edition products, our customers will be contributing to RAA’s efforts: The funds will be used to create 150,000 standardized recycling labels that will easily communicate the proper recycling procedures to the public.

IN OUR STORES:

We are relaunching our Recycle & Be Rewarded! in-store recycling program with brand-new redesigned bins, featuring labels designed by Recycle Across America, with four different segments to properly separate the various recyclable materials that make up a Kiehl’s product.

Recycle and Be Rewarded! is a program in which Kiehl’s patrons may return their empty Kiehl’s bottles, tubes and jars for recycling, in exchange for product. This program is available in all Kiehl’s free-standing stores nationwide.

In encouraging our customers to recycle their Kiehl’s bottles, we are ensuring that those empties are recycled properly, helping them to think more about recycling in general, and give them a reward for doing so. (3 empties=a Lip Balm #1; 5 empties=1 product from the Official Kiehl’s Travel Collection; 10 empties= any single product with a value of $25 or less.) Since 2009, Kiehl’s has already recycled 500,000 bottles!

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Heidi Klum poses nude for Allure Magazine!

Heidi Klum poses nude in the May 2012 issue of Allure Magazine.

The supermodel, who once said she was “self-concious” about her body, seems to have come to terms with herself.

When asked if she’s had any cosmetic procedures, Klum says  “Ask me again when I’m 65, but… I’m proud to be able to say, in this day and age, I haven’t done anything.”

She continues, “Everyone has a view of what’s pretty and what’s not pretty, and [plastic surgery] just doesn’t look pretty to me.”

The mother of four opens up about her recent split from husband Seal, and admits life without him takes some adjustments. “I’m still in the eye of the storm now, and it’s all a little bit crazy. But sometimes you have to be apart in order to figure it out.”

Still, Klum says she “wouldn’t change anything. If I had to go back in time and say, ‘I should have changed this or that…’ No,” Klum says.

She adds, “I don’t resent anything that ever happened. Things just turn out the way they turn out.”

 


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