Balanced Beauty: Brooklyn Herborium Magick Potion Lotion!

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Sharing natural beauty that truly works  as good or better than the chemical-soaked alternatives is a major passion of mine.  The less chemicals I use in beauty, the less allergies I have and the better I feel.  Sometimes we have to weed through the natural beauty explosion of products to reach the gems— the products that are so good that you wonder why you ever touched a chemical moisturizer.  Celebrity makeup artist and balanced beauty expert Chantal Moore brings us the best of healthier beauty alternatives…and I am so lucky to have her brilliant eye and massive expertise!  Today, a hand-crafted beauty oil that is full of magic is in Chantal’s spotlight! 

From Chantal: “This week’s Balanced Beauty pick is Magick Potion Lotion from Brooklyn Herborium. Formulated with a pure rose water distillate base- this treatment oil contains active ingredients like DMAE, Hyaluronic Acid, Vitamins A, B, C and E, CoQ10, multiple fruit acids and the oil of the Meadowform Plant among other true goodness.

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If you’ve not yet become acquainted with Brooklyn Herborium- here is your introduction. Explore their website to discover the many wonderful products that they create or you can visit the store on Columbia Street in Brooklyn.”


chantal2012Chantal Moore works closely with some of the biggest names in music, fashion and film. Her beauty and makeup advice regularly appears in such magazines as InStyle and Glamour, and she has appeared on television as a beauty expert for E! Entertainment Television, The Style Network and Fine Living Network. In 2009, she became Beauty Editor for the online lifestyle magazine Tangerine Living. In 2010, Chantal appeared on the Kellogg’s Special K-sponsored series The Victory Project as resident Beauty Expert. She also appeared on the  NBC series Fashion Star ,  lending her beauty expertise to the design team.

If you want to read much more of Chantal Moore’s genius tips and grounded, gorgeous beauty philosophy, you can watch videos of her in action on her website.  You can also keep up with her daily on Twitter and Facebook.

maggie February 14, 2014 at 6:58 pm

This sounds amazing! A little out of my budget at this point, but one day!

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