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All About Skin Protection

In today’s dangerous world, we’re all about safety and protection. Helmets, seatbelts, locks, and cameras galore monitor our brains, hearts & lungs at all times — but what are we doing to protect our skin? The body’s largest organ – the skin – is truly beautiful and complex. A massive filter between you and enormous …

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Geti’s Sustainability Goals

Waste-Free in 2020 You may have noticed some changes to your favourite Geti products… Plastics have been replaced with recyclable metal and blue glass, and changes are coming to our packing and shipping materials as well. Why? Environmental Impacts Of The Beauty Industry You’re more conscious than ever about what’s in your makeup, but what …

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What are Milia?

Your embarrassing skin concerns – Volume 3 What’s more annoying than a zit that won’t pop? Milia seem to spring up out of nowhere – tiny, painless lumps under the surface of the skin. Give them a squeeze and nothing happens. What are these tiny bumps and how can you get rid of them for …

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Summer Sun Safety

A little photosynthesis never hurt anybody, right? We love a good sun-soak as much as the next gal, and we’ve read the hype on UV Rays, but what about all the Carcinogenic properties of heavy-metal and petroleum-laden Sunscreen? Sunscreen is touted as the secret to lasting youth by celebrities and Doctors alike. Whether you’re interested …

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Aromatherapy & You

Your Guide To Scents Do you know that warm, sleepy feeling you get when you walk in the door after a long day and the smell of your favorite dish cooking fills your nose? Instantly, you’re transported back in time to a happy moment spent around the table with loved ones, filling your bellies and …

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Fragrance VS. Essential Oils

The War For Your Senses. “Perfumes are the feelings of flowers.” –  Heinrich Heine Why do certain smells make us happy? Much of how we associate scent to emotion is based on our memories and past personal experience. Our brain constantly takes in information from each of our senses, filtering it to make sense of …

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The History of Contouring

In the 16th century, contouring was used by Elizabethan stage actors, who would apply chalk and soot to their faces to help audience members read their facial expressions from afar. In the late 1800s, when electricity was invented and lights were widely used, soot was no longer a viable option, leaving actors and artists to …

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Heavy Metals & Your Skin

Rock & Roll all night long, just be sure to wash your face before bed… You know lead and arsenic are bad for your health, but what about your skin? Heavy metals like Titanium Dioxide, Iron Oxides, Micas, even Mercury are popping up on ingredients lists faster and faster these days as big brands look …