Saturday, October 25, 2008


"1,4 dioxane in baby soap? Coal tar in shampoo? How is this possible? Simple. The $35 billion cosmetics industry is so powerful they have kept themselves unregulated for decades.

In 2000, the US Centers for Disease Control reported American women had a higher "body burden" of phthalates, a set of industrial chemicals linked to birth defects and infertility. Suspicions about repeated exposure to the chemicals from cosmetics unearthed some disturbing discoveries." (from the book, Not Just a Pretty Face by Stacy Malkan)

Is it just my imagination or do more women suffer from autoimmune diseases such as, Fibromyalgia and immune dysfunction syndromes such as, Chronic Fatigue? How about the epidemic of autism and ADD/ADHD in our children? Men--have you checked your shaving cream lately...? Does it contain PROPANE?! Yes--PROPANE! Many of them do. Following are some signs of a toxic body:

Fatigue / lack of energy
Overweight / underweight
Digestive problems (gas, ulcers, heartburn, IBS)
Irregularity (constipation / diarrhea)
Cravings or addictions
Mood swings, anxiety, depression, irritability
Allergies, hayfever, asthma
Low resistance to illness and infection
Skin disorders

Wake up America--"the skin is the largest organ in the body with the capability to absorb everything, so how is it possible that our skin products continue to go unregulated by the FDA? Shame on them for neglecting the American people in this way." --Fran Drescher, actress, author and cancer survivor

Friday, October 24, 2008


...that Stacy Malkan, author of, Not Just a Pretty Face, and lead media strategist for the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics and communications director of Health Care Without Harm—will be attending XanGo's Overdrive 2008 National Convention, following it up with a 12–city post-Convention tour! This is GREAT news. If you have not read Stacy's book--YOU MUST, it should also be required reading for all teenagers, female and male. She goes into great detail about the ugly side of the beauty industry. Here is what Horst Rechelbacher, founder and former owner of Aveda says about Stacy's book: "A must read for everyone. Writing this book at this time is most important. If we as a human race are not waking up to the realities within our biological systems, we humans are next on the endangered species list. Thank you Stacy for this most important investigation into the hidden dangers of everyday personal care."

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Upcoming Glimpse Presentation

Upcoming Presentation
For Glimpse Intuitive Skin Care

You’re invited….to a very special presentation of Glimpse Intuitive Skin Care. A category creating skin care product that is the first of it’s kind to be clean, green and completely toxin-free.

Hosted by:
Gary Hollister (Chairman, XanGo) Past President and COO of Merle Norman Cosmetics, instrumental in the launch of Michael Jordan cologne (the largest launch in the history of that industry), Gary brings a fountain of experience to our Glimpse Skin Care line.

Beverly Hollister (Sr. VP Business Development, XanGo) Former Ford Model, Dove spokeswoman, Beverly has launched five prior, successful, skin care lines with revenues of over $250 million, each. Beverly brings her passion for topical skin nutrition to Glimpse.

Aaron Garrity (Chairman of the Board, XanGo)

Anton & Dustin Garrity, XanGo 500K Premiers and Dr. Frederick Templeman

Friday, November 7, 2008. Salt Palace, General Session Room (Halls A-B-C)
6:30 to 8:00PM
Admission: Free

In Preparation for XanGo Convention

I'm sitting here reading more studies on the mangosteen fruit and the benefits to our skin! This will be the most exciting skin care product to hit the market in many, many years. I feel so blessed to be able to share this with my friends, family and future customers. Aestheticians will want this, Plastic Surgeons will want this, Dermatologists will want this, EVERYBODY will eventually see the value of Glimpse's clean, green, pure ingredients and will be converted. It's NUTRITION for your SKIN! Martha, my daughter-in-law, who is a Master Aesthetician brought a bottle of Cetaphil to me and we were shocked at the ingredients!! Almost every ingredient listed on that bottle is an ingredient that is considered toxic!! And Dermatologists recommend this on a daily basis--even for children!! Scary.