Healing Anthropology: A Different Approach to Skincare


When it comes to beauty treatments, we're constantly looking for new products that will help manage our dry skin. It seems the key to this is to sample and use products that will hydrate yet not leave an oily residue. When we tried Healing Anthropology's Rejuvenating Face Cream we were hooked. The wonderful smell of the organic green tea combined with Vitamin C left a sweet smell while the grape seed and jojoba oils hydrated our skin perfectly. Another favorite was the Purifying Clay Exfoliant mask made with organic blue cornmeal, herbs and rose petals. We tend to shy away from masks, fearing that our skin will be stripped from its moisture, but with this mask, the usual water mixture can be substituted with a few different ingredients for different results. For example, it's recommended that for dry skin we mix the mask with warm honey and yogurt and we were delighted by our glowing skin. "Our products are unlike any others; ultra luxurious, effective and 100% natural. They are literally like food, but for your skin," said president and founder Sabrina Posillico. Each of Healing Anthropology's products are blended by hand in small batches and do not contain synthetic ingredients. All of the company's products are shipped in BioBags (products aren't boxed to cut down on waste), labels are printed with soy based inks and the marketing and press materials are enclosed in RePockets. Healing Anthropology also offers a Nurturing Baby Line formulated to be delicate and calming. ::Healing Anthropology