A Pledge from the Luxe Botanics Team
At Luxe Botanics, we believe in Nature to Nurture, using the beauty of plant powered medicine to enrich skin health.
Marking February 4th's #WorldCancerDay, we are proud to share our commitment to non-profit charity The Clean Ribbon, standing alongside the likes of Rêve en Vert, FROM Clothing, PRITI NYC and Virtue + Vice to support research into everyday chemicals commonly found in personal care products.
Independent scientists will investigate whether certain ingredients we are exposed to in clothing dyes, cosmetics, skincare and grooming products may contain potential carcinogens. Results will be published on The Clean Ribbon’s online information portal www.cleanribbon.com allowing the public to make healthier grooming and fashion choices for themselves and their families.
Pledging 1% of all Luxe Botanics' serum sales to the cause, the allegiance rallies to the cry #keepitclean.
The Clean Ribbon’s Board of Trustees includes Philanthropist Lady Charlotte Lyham, Wellness Expert Shanon Hoffman, Al Thani Foundation CEO Sara Saud Al Thani and ELUXE Magazine Editor Chere Di Boscio.
Thank you for your continued support of Luxe Botanics and the causes close to our heart!
The Luxe Botanics Team
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Ah, winter… it’s beautiful, it’s festive, it leaves your skin parched from head to toe.
As you probably know, winter can be especially taxing on skin. The air outside is frigid and dry, while heated indoor areas suck even more much-needed moisture from your skin. If you’re looking to avoid moisture-starved skin and stay brilliant and glowing all season long, follow some of our tips to care for skin during the colder months.
If you’re in the know about plant-based goodness and green natural beauty, That’s Chelsea, aka Chelsea A. Williams, will be no stranger to you.
A force to be reckoned with, she’s a wellness warrior on a mission to improve the health of communities around her and to inspire change. And inspire she does.
What do you think of when you hear the word “wellness”?
You might envision your morning meditation or daily golden milk latte. Or you might think of wellness as a total hoax (you’ll never understand vaginal jade eggs).
Chances are you’re somewhere in between. Whatever side of the spectrum you skew towards, there’s one thing we can likely all agree on: wellness does not imply science.