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A Guide To Making Your Eyes Pop When Wearing Your Mask


*This article was featured on the E-List!
By Rachel Postovoit, founder of Greenhouse Beauty

The eyes “have it”, they’re the window to the soul, according to Leonardo da Vinci, and currently- it’s all people see when you’re out and about. There have been waves of motivation when it comes to wearing makeup, when I talk to my clients- but in my book, I just feel a bit more perky when I’ve taken a few minutes to feel like myself.

 Ever feel like the “rules” of makeup can be contradictory and confusing?

Here is a breakdown of necessities and rules for you to make your eyes POP, without feeling like you need to agonize, gluing yourself to a Youtube tutorial, only to find out that you still haven’t mastered the smoky eye or cut crease of your dreams.

Don’t overthink, just follow the steps

1. Prime the eyelid. Your eyelids don’t have pores but they still do create oil. If you want the pigment you’re putting on your eyes to hold on and not create that ‘creased line’ halfway throughout the day, apply a bit of eyelid primer. 
Using a great eyelid primer means you don’t need to apply a lot, and it should provide a little “color correction” to reverse pink or blue tones on the eyelid. The Lily Lolo Eyelid primer has two colors to brighten and correct. If you’re not overly dark or red/purple, you can dip your finger or brush into both sides and smooth over from your lash line to underneath your brow. If it is changing your skin tone drastically, you’re using too much product. Less is more.

2. If you find that you are very prone to oily eyelids, or you’re going to be in the heat for a while, can’t hurt to take the extra precaution and sweep a bit of setting powder over the primer, before you get into any shadows.

3. You’ve probably seen those sets of brushes with 3 billion different brushes in the set. So overwhelming, right? I’m here to tell you that most likely- for your eye-makeup goals, you do not need that many brushes. My recommendation for expanding your skills and tools is this:
- one fluffy brush, great for blending/diffusing out color, and applying a taupey matte tone into the crease to define the eye 
- one flat wide pointed brush, similar to a flat concealer brush. These bristles are tighter, which means that more pigment will be picked up and it’s great for getting a color on to the lid, or applying a brighter shade into the inside corner of the eyes, or just under the brow bone.

4. Define the eye subtly by dipping your fluffy brush into a matte, medium-toned shade for your skin tone, and sweep that back and forth into your natural crease to open and lift the eye, visually. If you have a smaller eye, you can go a bit above the natural crease of your eye, but leave room between just under your brow and this tone. It’s as simple as rainbow motions back and forth over this natural crease, and if it’s “catching or skipping” in some areas, you can try little circles along the same path to blend it out.

5. Apply a pretty shadow shade on your lid with that flat brush we talked about, this is what people will see when your eyes are open. This is when you can rely on those rules you’ve read about in every women’s magazine ever: contrasting tones make your eyes pop. Blues do well with coppers and browns, greens do well with purples and browns, brown-eyed-girls do will with blues, purples, browns, greens, really whatever tickles your fancy. Here’s the real rule: follow your heart- if a color resonates with you and makes you happy, don’t think about rule-breaking, think about filling up your happiness-gas-tank.

6. Time to line! If you are a bit more timid with liner, use powdered shadow as an eyeliner alternative! You can take a tight bristled brush with shorter bristles (I’m throwing another brush into the mix!!) or an angled liner brush and press in some darker shadow- a deep brown, black, blue, purple, or green into the lash “bed”, or where your lashes grow out of, on the top lash line. You can do this on the bottom as well, but I would personally use a shade lighter or less product. 
If you prefer pencil, use the same technique, I actually love using black on the top, and a deep brown, applied and blended with a tight-short-bristled brush on the bottom. The look is subtle and flattering. I highly recommend trying this out.

7. Lashes are next! Use the ancient torture device I know you all have, the dreaded: eyelash curler. The truth is, they’re amazing, and lift and open your eye with hardly any effort at all. If you think yours isn’t cutting it and that’s why you don’t touch it: well then, let’s get you a better one. The Lithe Lashes curler is gorgeous, effective, pocket-book friendly, and you’re going to want to use it when you see the difference that it makes!

8. Finally, apply your favorite mascara. Having worked at some big beauty stores, like Sephora, Bare Minerals, and Red Door Spa, I’ve tried a LOT of mascara. I’m not naturally blessed in the lash department, but every mascara I carry in-store has been affordable, effective, and impressive, without the junk. I can’t say enough about switching to a natural mascara. The ingredients make my lashes nicer because they’re not harsh, cheap or drying!

When all people are seeing is the top half of your face, I like to do brows next. Big brows are “in” but I always recommend letting your face guide your brow look, rather than the trends. The best brow for you is the one you naturally grew. For these secrets (as well as other makeup secrets), schedule a one on one with me at Greenhouse Beauty! I happily give away all of my makeup secrets because I want you to feel gorgeous. If you want a no-fuss, “finished” look- and you don’t want to dedicate to learning how to do your brows this Summer, start with the Eco-Brow defining gel, a clear brush-on miracle worker!

So we’ve established some makeup rules. 
I hinted at a secret rule that I live by in step 5. This is actually incredibly important, and I want you to take this rule to heart, more than any of the others (although the others are super helpful so if you can multitask, I’m here for that). 

Follow your heart and be open to trying new things and “playing”. Especially when it comes to makeup, but this is a “life” thing, too. I love to tell my clients: play with your makeup, not with your food. I think there is so much pressure on all of our plates at all times, and sometimes it’s coming from our internal pressure to “be” something. 

I want to tell you the only real “rule” of Greenhouse Beauty: we don’t talk smack about ourselves. Makeup is fun, but you are enough. Whether you have the motivation to put makeup on today or not.

Remember: appointment only shopping takes place on Wednesday’s and Saturday’s 10-1 with the option for curbside pickup, and with some flexibility. Stay tuned as this will open up in due time! As always, reach out and we will accommodate as best as humanly possible!

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Brand Overview: Dr. Alkaitis



Dr. Alkaitis comprehensively studied the skin, reactions, influences, stresses and more. From this knowledge comes his holistic approach to skin care; he treats the skin as the whole living organism it is, not as a collection of concerns. It is important to know that when your skin is dry, oily, acne prone or you’re experiencing eczema, rosacea, perioral dermatitis or cystic acne, it simply means your skin is out of balance. Dr. Alkaitis does not develop products for fixed skin types, instead he works with the intelligence of raw whole plants to develop signature complexes that act as adaptogens. The signature complexes make the products adaptogenic; they regulate your skin rather than pushing in one direction or the other. The products help guide your skin into its own unique balanced state and help to maintain that balance. Think of them as health food for your skin.

Organic Ageless Elixir

Dr. Alkaitis’ Organic Ageless Facial Elixir is richly packed with an exotic blend of the rarest regenerative and restorative ingredients to be found in nature. This unique formulation contains a potent combination of anti-aging antioxidants, Ayurvedic herbs and high potency super foods that promote luminous skin, deeply nourished at the cellular level. While deeply moisturizing and stimulating cell renewal, the Elixir protects your skin from environmental damage.

Highly therapeutic for all skin conditions. Formulated with Dr. Alkaitis’ Signature Skin Renewing and Rejuvenating Oil Complex and Skin-Youth Enhancing Herbal Complex

  • Supports cell renewal
  • Strengthens your skin’s natural barrier
  • Visibly smoothens your skin’s surface
  • Deeply moisturizes and nourishes
  • Refines pores
  • Balances
  • Promotes a healthy golden glow

Available in a trial and full size!

Day Cream

Boost your complexion and look radiant with Dr. Alkaitis velvet, lightweight Organic Day Crème. Rich in anti-oxidants and brimming with natural vitamins, this cream deeply moisturizes and softens. A silken, lightweight blend of deeply moisturizing components, enriched with the protecting antioxidant power of a meticulously composed collection of raw whole plant extracts.

Organic Day Crème immerses the skin in moisture and aims to stimulate resilience of the natural barrier. Shields the skin from environmental influences while minimizing the appearance of fine lines. Leaves your skin healthy and luminous. Recommended for all skin conditions.

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*Magic in a bottle*

Lack of sleep.
Wrong nutrition.
Water deficit.
There’s a lot of reasons why we look puffy, dry or dark under our eyes. Meet the eye cream that made founder: Rachel, believe in eye creams!

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Some Virtual Love, from me to you

It’s so funny, all Winter everyone made jokes about wanting to stay in, blow off plans, Netflix and c h i l l . Well, here’s a lovely opportunity, but because we have to stay in, it feels like a punishment, am I right?

In times of stress and uncertainty, it can be so easy to let our minds wander, or to just do mindless things like scrolling instagram, bingeing series after series, going to sleep early, sleeping in, and drinking too much. I wanted to ignite a spark of inspiration for you with a list of things that maybe you have thought about, or maybe you haven’t thought about. Some of them are great for your skin, some are great for your mind, some are great for your body. When you find yourself in a state of fear or anxiety, pull out this list, and remember we’re all making changes in our current lives for the greater good.

  • Find a pen pal! Make the envelopes works of art so they have something especially joyful to open.
  • Let your skin breathe- don’t put makeup on every day if you don’t have to.
  • Do a face mask. Facetime a friend. Giggle.
  • Join an exercise challenge! Check in with this group of likeminded peeps on Social, or via text.
  • Download the Voxer app to stay in touch with your friends without having to commit to a lengthy phone call (that you spend as much time coordinating your schedules for the call)..!
  • Pull out your cookbooks and try a new recipe out! Something soul warming like a soup, or dessert. Or maybe call your Grandma and see if she has a family recipe she could pass down to you!
  • Spring Clean. Burn calories, make your home a haven, and get ahead of the game! That’s a triple win.
  • While spring cleaning– set aside some donateables, make your home that oasis you’ve been dreaming of and bless the person who will eventually receive your items.
  • Meditate. There are so many helpful apps and Youtube videos to help your wandering mind slow down and rest a bit!
  • Start a gratitude journal! Commit to writing down 10 things you’re grateful for every morning. It can be something simple like clean bed sheets.
  • Clean out a junk drawer- maybe you didn’t have it in you to do all of your Spring Cleaning, but one drawer seems doable. Do the doable thing. You can do it. I believe in you.
  • READ! You have 80,000 books that you’ve been meaning to read, right? I can’t be alone in this. Make a new habit- 20 minutes in the morning or night. Or longer! It’s your habit, I won’t stop you from really going for it!
  • Do a puzzle! This is so family friendly.
  • Get outside and walk or hike!
  • Do your taxes!
  • Wash your makeup brushes ( you’ve been meaning to do this anyway!)
  • Deep clean your car
  • Culture the family with The Metropolitan Opera nightly offerings, for FREE!
  • Okay, okay- do the movie marathon, but make it something fun- maybe work from a list of top recommended movies by an expert or something..!


I hope you found something fun in that list! I know I’ll be trying to check off everything!
In love, hope, and grace during this time,

Rachel Postovoit
Greenhouse Beauty Founder

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You are Worthy of Loving yourself in 2020 (and beyond)

You’ve seen it everywhere: …”New Year, new YOU”.

I have to say I’m not buying that for myself, and I’m not buying that for you either. So many of you sit in my chair and say something along the lines of “fix everything” or “only surgery can fix this”. It sounds so extreme and harsh when you see it written out, but I think if you’re honest with yourself you’ve had thoughts like that- maybe even this morning as you were getting ready. I don’t believe that a New Year means we need to overhaul everything about ourselves to try to build the latest, newest “instagram version” of ourselves.

I reject that concept for me and I reject that concept for you.

What is it about a date on a calendar that makes us say: I need to “fix” myself?

Honestly- that noise, that inner mean girl, inner critic- that’s the biggest thing I want to resolve to work on this year. I want a community that feels safe and abounding in support without judgement.

I think in December that inner mean girl gets really loud- trying to convince us that what we did all year was not good enough. Don’t get me wrong, ditching old habits and focusing on self improvement is actually amazing- I’ve got a few books in mind that have helped me grow immensely this past year. The difference is- we need to be doing these things because we love and value ourselves, not because we are constantly deeming ourselves unworthy.

Time to get serious with the self-love.
What does that look like?

It might look a little similar to making a resolution.
The thing is- the good, healthy choices that make us feel our best are things that might need a little tweaking from our daily routines. I embrace the idea of continued self development as a no-limits act of love for myself.

No limits means: I love myself when I’m “doing good” and I love myself MORE when I notice myself not doing as well. When I say “no” to healthy things like nutritious foods, exercise, and sleep– and when I say “yes” to self-deprecating thoughts, a stress induced extra glass of wine, and other habits that I know don’t help me to feel my best.

I forgive myself and resolve, if you will, to do the the healthier things as an act of self love, rather than self-loathing. Adding in meditation, exercise, healthy eating – these are a few examples of things that will give you more peace.

The mind-shift is this: choose to do these things for yourself out of love. Don’t do them because you think you’re broken or not good enough. Aim for non-toxic thoughts, non-toxic habits, non-toxic patterns.

You are good enough, you are not broken.
Let this be a year of healing how you treat yourself. Forgiving and loving yourself and showing yourself compassion like you do to others. I hope this note is a reminder for you to be kind to yourself today.

You are so very worthy of that.

Happy New Year,
Rachel Postovoit
Greenhouse Beauty Founder 

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Is marketing our friend?

I almost fell victim to marketing twice in one day the other day.

Have you been there?

Some of you reading this might already be nodding your heads, and some of you are about to have your minds blown.

Have you heard of ‘greenwashing‘?

Greenwashing is essentially a wolf in sheep’s clothing- products being marketed to make customers believe that they’re friendlier to the planet and people that use them than they actually are. A great example might be when a company changes its packaging to be white and tan and green and they haven’t removed any chemicals. As consumers, we almost assume that they’re doing a better job, and we feel inclined to ‘give it a shot’. After all it’s ‘only $_____.’

Something beloved and used by many- can be hiding some major chemical secrets.

What I’m hoping to do in this short piece is to show you how easily influenced we are and how essentially we waste our money when we fall for the marketing tactics. Now- I’ve never really delved this deep before, and especially not in written words. This is stuff that you need to know, though. So, here it is.

I’ll start by telling you how I almost fell victim to two marketing ploys recently. One wasn’t even in the skin care/makeup world, and yet- it totally matters. 

1.) I saw a big ‘Going out of Business’ sign, for a well known accessory brand. I’ve never actually purchased anything from this company, and seeing that everything was 20 to 50% off made me kind of giddy inside.

When I went in everything was laid out beautifully, the tones and patterns on the clothes and accessories were very on trend, and I could see myself wearing a lot of the items. I gave myself about 10 minutes to shop, I was on a time-crunch. I grabbed 5 clothing items that spoke to me, Summer clothes I can wear now, and some clothes that I thought would work great for the Fall.

I proceeded to try them on and of course I had to look at the tags.

Made in China, fabric blends, things that aren’t meant to last a long time.

I tried them on anyway, if something was truly a perfect fit and an amazing deal- I might as well give it a go because I’m already here, right?


I asked myself again.

Well, let’s think about it.

Who made these clothes?

Were they paid fairly?

Are the fabrics going to last?

Am I going to miss that $10, $20 or $30 depending on how on sale these items are?

Is it going to make me joyful in the long run or just joyful in this moment?

I went on to think about why this company was going out of business.

None of the products mean anything to the people that have created them other than a paycheck. They research what’s trendy + current, and they make it. If it doesn’t sell, they can mark it down 75% and still make a profit. What does that tell us about the ingredient of the product or the pay of the people that make it?

Speaking of the people that make it- they are doing whatever they can to provide for their families, and are most likely unhappy with miserable work conditions.

The middle-man purchasers are not considering the ingredient or the material, or if it’s long-lasting.

The people selling them in the store do not have smiles on their faces, no one is interacting with the clients in the store, and you can tell they don’t want to be there.

I got out of my head. Back to reality.

All of the items fit. They looked cute. This is actually sometimes really hard for me.

I put them all down anyway.

I noted the one that I liked best, and set an intention to talk to a local business: Bizzy Bee Playwear to see if she can custom make this style for me (I know she can, she’s SO talented!)

I. Walked. Out. Head held high. So glad that I chose to vote with my dollar. 

2.)After the Going-out-of-business sale, I ran to a grocery store, it is a super cute store, and almost gives the feel of a homey co-op. It was on the way, and the co-op was not. I knew I needed a tomato and yogurt for my lunch and I intended to get some spicy cashews, because I love them. In line, I saw “botanical sunscreen”.

I have plenty of sunscreen, I sell beautiful sunscreen- but curious kitty that I am, I had to peek and look at the label to see what they’re selling as ‘clean sunscreen.’

I saw what I expected to see- a pretty package with scary ingredients. PEG’s, fragrance, dimethicone, octinoxate.

The FDA has even said “Hey, the chemicals in your sunscreens are absorbed through your skin in to your blood and it hangs out there for at least a week. This is the one thing that the FDA has done since 1938 that actually keeps our safety in mind- FYI, they just gave us the education, they haven’t banned ingredients since then.


Why am I saying all of this? Why does it matter?

Well, I want to show you a glimpse of what happens in my mind when I go shopping. My buying patterns have shifted so deeply since I started to flip labels and vote with my dollar. They’ve shifted because I’m not letting marketing professionals do my shopping for me. I do my shopping for me.

My buying patterns have been even more conscious during July because of Plastic Free July. If you didn’t participate, or weren’t perfect, you have a lifetime to jump on to this extremely important initiative.

What I will suggest to you is that you analyze your buying patterns- are you shopping when you need something or are you shopping because you didn’t plan ahead.

Are you loving the things you’re buying or are you buying the things that are convenient?

To be perfectly frank, I will come clean by telling you that I had a true shopping addiction for years. Enough was never enough, and I never truly loved what I owned, because I was buying cheap- trendy, and convenient items.

Cheap. Trendy. Convenient. These are not what you want. They’re not what I wanted.

Precious. Long-standing. Thought out products. This is what you want.

Now I know what I need. I know the difference between splurging all the time, or splurging on special occasions.

I don’t want to delve deeper than this, I think if you made it to here it was a quick enough read, and you hopefully learned something.

Cheers to shopping differently, to voting with our dollars, and being happy with our purchases.



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5 Things I wish I Knew About Skin Growing Up


So hindsight is 20/20, this much we know. But the sins I’ve committed as far as skin care, have been truly nightmarish type scenarios. And I know I’m not the only one. As a gal who cut her own bangs after drinking wine a few weeks ago, let’s stick to skin sins, hair sins would be a much longer post.

Growing up, I can’t even think of what it was my mom used to wash her skin and moisturize with- all I can remember as far as skin remedies in the home were: Eucerin, Noxzema, and Jergens, none of which I would recommend for someone who is trying to minimize chemicals in their routine, as well as have real results.

So here it is, 5 things I wish I could get in a Time Machine and tell to my younger self:

1.) More is not always better (or: bite the bullet and get the one thing that will serve you vs. 5 things you hate.)

I used to purchase every spot treatment under the roof of Walgreens/CVS/Target just to see what would truly work for me. I would buy this type of product most often because it’s what I really wanted to work for my skin- “Please God, just ONE acne-free month, okay!?”  I would, however also buy many eye creams, face creams, masks, toners, whatever- if it was new, and enticing- I wanted it. New brands, marketing and packaging would get me every time- and my discretionary senses or label-reading had not kicked in yet. I still walk down the aisles, just to see what’s out there, but the pull of their promises don’t get me anymore. I flip the box and read the label. I think back to all that I’ve thrown away, drawers of forgotten product that couldn’t deliver, and that is WAY more overwhelming than buying one pricier item that will work. 

Quality is never an accident; it is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, intelligent direction and skillful execution; it represents the wise choice of many alternatives.
– William A. Foster

2.) Oil is your friend (really.)

My Mom still tries to convince me that when I have a breakout it’s because of too much oil. Love ya Mom, but nothing’s that cut and dry.

Firstly: your skin produces oil, all on its’ own, as a means to care for the skin. If your skin is dry, it’s going to pump out some oils because your body can’t make water.

For perfectly hydrated skin, you ideally want a healthy balance of water + oil. What happens is, a dehydrated skin will produce more oil to try to get nourished, and then you have the (probably relatable) feeling of: “no matter what I do my skin is oily, I’ve even stopped using moisturizer on my T-zone.”

Well, friend: you’ve confused the heck out of your skin, and solved nothing. When you give your skin the oils that it needs, along with water (H20 internally, and moisturizer externally), your skin will breathe a sweet sigh of relief and the sebum (oil) production won’t be in a state of over-activity.

The key to getting this right, is to use the proper amount: 2-3 drops, on freshly washed skin, or you can use a spray toner to get the best benefits and have it sink in super quickly. What I’m talking about is your skin getting:
Q-U-E-N-C-H-E-D. For real. Like, really, really.

For straight forward hydration for all skin types Kahina Giving Argan Oil($15-$82):

For reduced dryness, increased radiance and bouncier skin: INtelligent Nutrients Renewing Oil Serum ($72):

For the ultimate anti-aging blend of Ayurvedic repairing and regenerative oils,

Dr. Alkaitis Organic Ageless Facial Elixir ($150):

3.) Picking your skin spreads.

So, my Dad used to tell me this. A lot. I didn’t fully grasp the concept though, because I thought it was something I could still manage. I would pick at my skin, and then take a toner with straight up witch hazel or un-cut Tea Tree Oil, and think I was fine. What I didn’t realize until I worked at a spa, was that the spreading wasn’t just on the skin- it was the pores next to the pore I was toying with that were likely to get inflamed, and contract whatever bacteria that ailed the first pore. Stopping picking.. is hard, and I can’t say I’m entirely successful yet. But the thing that has helped the most- is these acne stickers that suck out whatever is inside of a pimple that has a head (or maybe you did toy with it and it needs help healing..) Boost your skin confidence with these- they work.


4.) Don’t skimp on cleanser, makeup wipes are only 1/2 a wash!

I always hear people say that if you’re going to skimp or spend less on a portion of your skin care regimen, do it on the cleanser, because you wash it off. A proper cleanse, will set you up for success with the next steps in the regimen, so skimping is not going to work in your favor! Also, if that thought is real, we could skimp on shampoo, body wash, any thing that’s supposed to clean? I don’t think so!

A lot of us give our cleanser a big job: to take off makeup, AND remove dirt, bad oils, bacteria and whatever else we were exposed to in the day. This is just too much for a cheap cleanser to do!

If you want a multi-tasker: oil cleansers will remove all of your makeup and cleanse in one fell swoop. If you are a makeup wipe gal, invest in a makeup wipe with ingredients that serve, rather than strip the skin.

For the best results from your cleanser, wash for 30-60 seconds. Give the cleanser the time to really do whatever it’s designed to do. If you’re like me and you want to feel extra super-duper fresh, you can employe the “double cleanse” method, and cleanse with a makeup removing wash (such as an oil cleanser, or cream cleanser), and then wash a second time with a cleansing gel. Instead of doing a second cleanse, you can opt for a toner to make sure every bit of makeup is off your face so you can rest assured before you go in with your hydrators, that your skin is clean.

If you love a super thorough cleanse, this Fantastic Face Wash ($12-$28) is the stuff of dreams:

If balancing is more of your goal, Kahina Giving Beauty has you covered ($45):

If ultra hydration is more of what you’re aiming for, Nao Ayurveda  Ojas Cleanser will make you glow in just one use ($30):

5.) If you’re skipping SPF, you might as well throw all your expensive skin care products in to the bin.

I mean it. Get out the calculator and check how much all of your goodies are worth. They’re not cheap, and when you want a product that will work hard and give results? Well, you’re shelling out some hard earned dollars, with full confidence that it’s going to work. And? It will!

But when you roast, toast, shake n’ bake or whatever else in the sun without protection, the damage is going to outweigh the good.

Get on it, sister.

If you have a fear of sunscreen breaking you out, there’s options– options like Farizad’s Veil, that you can mix in with an oil of your choice ($34).

or this delightfully lightweight every day SPF 18 from Ursa Major VT ($54):

That is IT! Are there any things you wish you knew regarding skin when you were younger? Remember younger can mean yesterday, it’s okay to learn new things all the time!!!

Hope this struck a chord in you.

Be blessed!


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Welcome to the Greenhouse

Have you ever had a toxic relationship?

Love/hate/love again– it becomes incredibly frustrating and confusing. Founding member of Greenhouse Beauty, Rachel Postovoit, has had this type of frustrating relationship with her skin as long as she can remember. The wind would blow and she would break out. She would pick, poke, prod, pray, and try so hard to have better skin but it didn’t seem to be in the cards. She had always liked the idea of clean ingredients but with so many shiny brands and new things to try all the time, she did just that- tried everything, confusing her skin for years, and hiding behind makeup to feel beautiful.

It’s time to come clean.

Rachel started to flip her boxes and peel back those sticker labels to see the long list of unrecognizable ingredients, cheap ingredients, filler ingredients, contributors to what had been confusing and damaging her skin.  Then, she started throwing things away.
She stopped using products she used to love, and she started doing all of the research.
Research led to scouring the internet, instagram, obsessing over celebrity green makeup artists and realizing that it was hard to find these beautiful brands in person if you don’t live in a major city or more conscious neighborhood (looking at you, Boulder!).

Leading the charge for this movement…

Leading the charge, being the change, growing people’s minds in the
arena of self care, and self worth- this is Rachel’s calling. Greenhouse Beauty embodies that calling. July 2018- the doors of Greenhouse Beauty will be open to all in Old Lyme, CT. Commit to self love by scheduling a consultation, or just stopping by to see what all the fuss is about.