We attended the 2009 Face & Body Expo over the summer and had the opportunity to speak with a lot of great people and try out some great (and not-so great) products.
Eminence Organic Skin Care is one the companies we checked out and had the opportunity to interview Eminence's Lisbeth Boger on camera. Boger shares with us the history of Eminence, how they make their organic skin care products and she shows us the Sour Cherry Whip Moisturizer, which is great for those who have large pores and want to reduce pore size.
Eminence is a Hungarian company that handpicks only the finest organic ingredients for its products. What sets it apart from mainstream skin care brands is that Eminence products are not mass-produced and are made by hand in small batches without any heating or hydrogenating processes. This keeps the integrity and efficacy of the ingredients.
Another unique aspect is that they take a farmers market approach in that they come out with new products every three months, which makes sense since fruits and vegetables are seasonal. If you’re going to eat seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables, why not also use seasonal fresh organic skin care, too. Because what you put on your body is just as important as what you put in your body.
Eminence is a very popular skin care line for those who want a higher end organic line that produces results. They have products for all skin types and have a wide range of products. Since it's a professional skin care line it’s only sold in spas and salons. To find out where you can buy Eminence in your area, visit their site at https://eminenceorganics.com.
Sadly, they are not a brand that’s hip to social media and do not have a twitter handle, nor do they have much activity on Facebook or other social networking sites. Hopefully, they will soon engage in the social economy because they sure have a lot of fans (their booth was packed); but until then, check them out at the Eminence Web site and watch our interview with Lisbeth.
And lastly, we have to say that Eminence wins for cutest booth because the booth was an adorable fruit stand surrounded by great smelling cleansers, moisturizers and scrubs. The products smelled so good that we could almost taste the fruit in them.
NOTE: This post is a re-post of our original post at https://bub.blicio.us where both Alison and I contribute regularly.