Try These Three All-Natural Beauty Products

Staff Writer
Columbus Monthly

Eminence Organic Skincare, Charles Penzone Salons; $26 to $110

Made with fruits and vegetables organically grown in Hungary, Eminence's pumpkin-, bamboo- and broccoli-based facials are "like a raw food diet for your face," says aesthetician Marnie

ColorProof Hair Care, Virtue Salon; $24 to $50

Virtue Salon owner Melanie Guzzo has a list of hair care no-no's: Sulfates dry out hair, parabens are being studied for possible links to cancer and sodium chloride is bad for the environment. Her answer? ColorProof's gluten-free, sunflower-based line designed to maintain hair color is made in California with certified organic

Devera Naturals, Hope's Boutique and Celebrate Local; $34 to $68

Local breast cancer survivor Linda Joffe designed Devera body care products to heal skin distressed by radiation burns. Using ingredients such as edelweiss stems and macadamia oils, Joffe follows Whole Foods Market's standards in developing her moisturizers and