HCG Diet Skincare by Golden Essence Announced as a Compact Champion by the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics

St. Petersburg, Fl (PRWEB) December 02, 2011

HCG Diet Skincare by Golden Essence has been named a Champion of the Compact for Safe Cosmetics by the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics. As a Champion, Golden Essences oil free, paraben free HCG Diet Skincare line has met the criteria of avoiding chemicals banned by health agencies outside of the US, as well as fully disclosing product ingredients. The announcement came through the Market Shift: The story of the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics and the growth in demand for safe cosmetics released on November 30, 2011.

The HCG Diet Skincare line was originally developed in 2009 as an oil free skincare line for use with the HCG Diet. Developer and formulator, Beth Golden, PhD, ND was adamant about creating a healthy skincare line without the use of harmful chemicals such as synthetic fragrances, mineral oil, propylene glycol, dioxane, benzalkonium chloride, parabens, phthalates and toluene, just to name a few.

As a Naturopathic Doctor, Beth states, I know the harmful effects toxic skincare products cause and many people havent realized the connection with these products, hormone imbalances and weight problems Her philosophy in creating a skincare line full of natural anti-oxidants and essential oils from nature’s finest fruits and herbs, is in line with Golden Essence’s mission to provide “skincare from Nature”, as well as providing a healthy, oil- free skincare line for HCG Dieters.

As one of the more than 1,500 signers of the Compact between 2004 and 2011, Beth pledged that the Golden Essence skincare line would avoid using any of the more than 1,100 chemicals banned by the European Union in her skincare line and signed the Compact in 2009. After careful review since then, the Campaign determined that only 321 companies of the original 1500, including Golden Essence, met the goals of the Compact. As champions of the Campaigns cause, Golden Essence and 320 other companies, some of which also include Aubrey Organics, Iredale Mineral Cosmetics, Jason Natural Products and Toms of Maine, have been rightfully designated as Champions.

The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics created the Compact for Safe Cosmetics in 2004 to raise the bar in the cosmetics industry with respect to the safety of cosmetics and personal care products. Specifically, the Compact was a tool to reward cosmetic companies that fully disclose their ingredients and do not use chemicals that are banned by health agencies in other countries.

The European Union took action in 2003 to ban chemicals known, suspected or likely to be carcinogens, mutagens or reproductive toxins from personal care products such as cosmetics, lotions and cleansers. In contrast to the EUs ban of more than 1,100 chemicals, the FDA has only banned or restricted the use of 11 chemicals in the United States. This discrepancy is what led to the formation of the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics in 2004.

For more information on Golden Essence and the oil free, paraben free HCG Diet Skincare, visit HCGDietSkincare.com or call (727) 329-8702. You can also find the full line of Golden Essence Oil-Free Skincare at HCG Diet Plan.com.

About the Formulator

Beth Golden, PhD, ND, with her clinically-formulated HCG Diet Programs, is the leader in Research, Formulation and Manufacturing of HCG Diet Products and Natural Skincare products. Offering state-of the-art HCG Diet training materials, tools, continuing education and HCG Diet Coach support that lead to real-world success. Beths HCG Diet Formulas, Skincare Products, HCG Diet Training Certification Program and HCG Diet Business Building System were developed from clinical trials in over 80 locations throughout the US and Canada since 2007. She is the developer of the Professional Internet Partnership Program (PIPP), the founder and Advisory Board Member of the HCG Diet Council and a Manufacturer Consultant for HCG Diet Formulations.


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