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It seems like we can’t go one week without another headline about the damage we’ve done to the planet, leading some to feel frustrated and like there’s nothing they can do about it. We’re all just looking to do our part in protecting the environment – and luckily, there’s an app for that.
In the first installment of Abby’s Apps, Abby takes a look at an app that could help users shift to a clean and healthy lifestyle. It’s called “Think Dirty” but really, you’ll want to use it for getting clean.
Adults of all ages still struggle with breakouts, blackheads and other skin issues. In this week’s Tech on Tuesday, we check out some skin care apps to help you put your best face forward.
An entrepreneur seeks investment for her app that reveals the toxic ingredients found in beauty products.
Clean beauty is not just a trend, it’s a movement. TODAY style contributor Bobbie Thomas stops by to talk to Kathie Lee and Hoda about why it’s all the buzz. Plus, Bobbie shares some of her favorite products.
“Moving in to the New Year I’ve been taking a closer look at what I’m putting on my skin to improve it.”
“You have to disclose if you’re buying a house there could potentially be lead in there. So why is it OK that we can educate people that there’s no lead on the walls, but then we can have it in our lipstick which is on our face?”
A growing amount of research suggests chemicals in everyday products may put us at risk for health problems. A mom in Pensacola is trying to protect her family, by “switching and ditching” products around her house.