There are a number of sun protection products that block out UVA & UVB rays, but the healthiest choice is always natural zinc oxide and titanium dioxide. They are much less likely to cause a negative reaction on the skin.
They work like pulling a shade down in front of the sun.
Products like Susan Posnick COLORFLO and BRUSH ON BLOCK will protect you and your family against sun damage in a healthy way, all day. Simply brush and go. Repeat as needed.
We make it easy to help save your skin….and possibly your life.
The Art of Living Beautifully blogger, Lauren, shares why Susan Posnick Cosmetics are meaningful to her and why they work so well with her lifestyle. She shares her favorite products and just what makes them standout beauty must-haves. Read more.
We’re celebrating Earth Day with the healthy effects of our COLORFLO foundation. With all natural ingredients, COLORFLO provides powerful and natural sun protection. You can enjoy your time outdoors while protecting your skin. Our product does not contain any harmful ingredients and is environmentally sensitive. We’ll see you in the sun – Happy Earth Day!
We’re blushing this April with our special promotion. Celebrate this beautiful spring month with COLORME blush in Peony, Lilly, Camelia, Orchid, Ginger, Scarlett and Lotus Sun too! COLORME is on special this month for just $25!
COLORCORRECT was recently listed on MSN’s list of products that will improve your beauty routine! Our double-sided pencil emphasizes your eyes while helping you conceal dark circles and blemishes. The highlighter side also works wonders for creating a Cupid’s bow for those who want fuller-looking lips sans injections. See the article here.
This March, as we celebrate Women’s History Month, it seems fitting to highlight two women who really the started cosmetic industry. Recently, I finished the book War Paint by Lindy Woodhead, which chronicles the lives of Elizabeth Arden and Helena Rubenstein. If you haven’t already, I highly recommend that you pick up this biography-it’s a fascinating read.
Rubenstein and Arden launched their businesses a world apart and under very different circumstances, and competed and collided at every turn. Originally they both focused on skincare as proper women did not wear makeup, but by 1912 they had both dipped into the world of color.
The book chronicles the incredible societal changes that took place in just ten short years. When the suffragettes marched for voting rights in 1912, as a sign of their independence they wore red lipstick “because they wanted to.” As we headed into the ‘roaring 20s with the use of kohl eyeliners, eyeshadows, rouge, and lipstick, the women’s revolution leaped forward.
During the depression era of the 1930s, any extra pocket money was spent on a lipstick. The 40s brought WWll, and women went to work, headed up the households, and developed true purchasing power. By that time, Charles Revson of REVLON began selling nail polish and the beauty industry never looked back.
Who knew that the freedom to choose wearing a lipstick would have such an impact? Yes, even the freedom to wear makeup is a sign of progress and power. We’d like to support you this month on your busy journeys. My makeup line was designed for active women – keeping their lives simple while never sacrificing a great lipstick.
If you still haven’t compiled your Valentine’s Day Wish List, we have a few ideas for you. Go bold with bright red lips from Susan Posnick Cosmetics. We recommend COLORESSENTIAL in Tokyo. Get glowing this weekend, with our COLORFLO shimmer that looks particularly beautiful at a candlelight dinner. If you are planning an evening in, we recommend a good book like Jane Austen’s Emmaand a warm candle. Wishing you lots of LOVE this month and always.