The average woman applies 168 unique chemicals to her body every single day. How crazy is that? However, not everything that is sold in stores is safe and has ever even been tested for safety. And so, just think about all of these chemicals you’ve been using over the past several years that have never been tested for safety.

Good news: the body can detoxify some of that. Everyone has different rates of detoxification, depending on things like their genetics and lifestyle factors. But over the course of a lifetime, all those toxins can add up. 

In this episode, Bethany McDaniel, founder of Primally Pure, talks about the importance of knowing what you put on your skin and how a holistic approach is necessary to promote skin health.

Primally Pure started with natural non-toxic deodorants and has since expanded its line to now 60+ products that are all toxic-free. Learn more about the founding of Primally Pure and find out which ingredients are most important to leave out of your products, some ways that Bethany has really detoxified her life, and some really fun skincare tips!

In this episode, you will hear:

  • Bethany’s initial struggle with her skin health
  • Why what you put on your skin matters
  • Some of the most harmful skincare products we use today
  • Some products Bethany swears by
  • The concept of double cleansing
  • Other factors that affect the health of your skin
  • Other ways to detoxify your life and your environment


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Supporting Resources:

Shop Primally Pure – use the code OLIVEYOUWHOLE for 10% off (affiliate) 

Primally Pure Spa

Get Branch Basics (affiliate)

Little Hands Hawaii Sunscreen

Air Doctor (affiliate) 

Heavenly Heat Sauna

Episode Credits

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