Building Your Body Image This Summer With Karmela Cosmetics

Building Your Body Image This Summer With Karmela Cosmetics

Can you believe summer is right around that corner? That means swimsuit season, which for some men and women, unfortunately, amplifies body image issues.  According to the National Eating Disorder Association, it’s one of the big risk factors leading to eating disorders in young adults. That’s why Karmela Cosmetics is raising awareness of the difficulties swimsuit season can pose and is on a mission to make every woman feel confident in her own body and skin.

Aside from offering four different collections of vibrant, long-lasting pigments, Karmela Cosmetics is showing off its true colors by donating 10 percent of its net profits to specifically focused on aiding those with eating disorders, Karmela’s Red Collection donates to the National Eating Disorders Association – the largest nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting individuals & families affected by eating disorders. Experience the excitement, energy, and confidence of these classic ruby, strawberry and deep red-orange pigments as you embrace a worthy cause.

Karmela cosmetics not only empowers women by giving back but shows them to be good to their bodies by using all natural ingredients in their lipsticks. Each is formulated without parabens, GMOs, phthalates, triclosan, petrochemicals, synthetic fragrances or talc. Karmela Cosmetics is proud to be both a gluten-free and cruelty-free brand.

Check out Other Collections and Charities Karmela Cosmetics Supports:

Pink Collection – rose, coral, magenta and blush pigments inspire love, femininity and playfulness. Supporting Charity: National Breast Cancer Foundation Inc. – provides early detection, education and support services to those affected by breast cancer.

Nude Collection – peach, creamy beige and mocha pigments inspire peace, serenity, calmness and hidden sensuality. Supporting Charity: The Rapunzel Project – creates awareness of the existence and efficacy of cold cap therapy (also called scalp cooling), a process which allows many patients to keep their hair during chemotherapy.

Purple Collection – berry, wine, violet, mauve and pastel purple pigments inspire ambition, power, strength, energy, independence and creativity. Supporting Charity: The Endometriosis Foundation of America – increases disease recognition, provides advocacy, facilitates expert surgical training and funds landmark endometriosis research.

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