Think Dirty Blog — trythisinstead

#TryThisInstead Halloween Edition

elate cosmetics fit glow beauty Halloween living nature living nature store rejuva minerals think dirty trythisinstead vita liberata w3ll people


October is coming to a close, which means that it’s time to dress up, eat candy, and get our Halloween spirit on! We hope you’re culturally respectivewhen picking your costumes this year, and using makeup products that are safe for you. Beware of scary ingredients this Halloween with list of totally safe products. Remember, a 10 Dirty Meter™ rating is the dirtiest rating, while a 1 rating is the...

Read more →

#TryThisInstead BB Cream Edition

bb cream think dirty think dirty app trythisinstead

1. Pacifica Alight Multi-Mineral BB Cream – Rated 0

Instead of: Garnier BB Cream Miracle Skin Perfector (Rated: 10)

Beauty Balm, Blemish Balm, Blemish Base, whatever you want to call it, we’ve got the smackdown of the clean and dirty. Kicking off our list, we’ve got clean rated Pacifica Alight Multi-Mineral BB Creamvs. Garnier BB Cream Miracle Skin Perfector. Ditch the endocrine disruptors and opt...

Read more →

#TryThisInstead Tanning/SPF Edition

SPF tannning trythisinstead

Stuck at work all day and didn’t have time to go to the beach this weekend? Not to worry, we have just the right tools to give you the sun-kissed tan without stepping foot outdoors. If you do decide to go out this weekend, we got you covered for safe sun protection as well. Go get some Vitamin D and embrace the sunshine!    

1. Vita Liberata Phenomenal 2-3 Week Tan Lotion – Rated 1

Instead of:...

Read more →

#TryThisInstead : October - Breast Cancer Prevention Month

october pink ribbon think dirty think dirty app trythisinstead

2 years ago, Think Dirty was launched during breast cancer aw̶a̶r̶e̶n̶e̶s̶s̶ prevention month. Our singular mission is empower women and men to be ingredient-literate, and choose healthy, non-toxic and carcinogen-free products. Part of cancer-prevention is to maintain an awareness of our product ingredients – a potential environmental risk factors for breast cancer

We often notice the “pinkwashing”...

Read more →

#TryThisInstead: Pinkwashing Edition Round 2

pink offenders pinkwasher pinkwashing think dirty think dirty app trythisinstead

imageBecause it’s still Pinktober, we’re at it again to let you know the biggest pinkwashing offenders. Not sure what pinkwashing is? Check out our blog post to get the low-down. Don’t get us wrong, we love  supporting breast cancer awareness but products like these not only seldom donate to breast cancer research funds, but usually are only using pinkwashing to help advertise their product!

#1. Susan...

Read more →