Gwyneth Paltrow ‘educating’ makeup artist on clean beauty



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Gwyneth Paltrow has “educated” her makeup artist on clean beauty.

The ‘Mortdecai’ actress’ makeup artist Georgie Eisdell has revealed how Gwyneth’s Goop company has given her “quite the education” about clean beauty and making “skin looking and feeling great”.

She said: “I threw myself into the world of clean beauty [when] one of my dearest friends was diagnosed with breast cancer about six years ago now. When she was preparing for treatment, I wanted to make sure she had everything she needed to keep her skin looking and feeling great and to have some options for her for when she wanted to wear makeup …

“Being around the team at Goop has made me a lot more aware of what we can and should be looking at when it comes to beauty. I have had quite the education and I am grateful for it.”

And Georgie likes to use “brighter cheek colours” for Gwyneth’s looks.

Speaking to InStyle magazine, she added: “I love Goop’s Enriching Face Oil and Revitalizing Daily Moisturizer, and I am obsessed with the GoopGlow Microderm Instant Glow Exfoliator. I also love to use brighter cheek colours on her. Jillian Dempsey’s Cheek and Lip Tints are my faves — I love Poppy or Scarlet. [For mascara,] like to use Saie’s Mascara 101. With lips, I mix it up with brands like Beautycounter, Ilia, and Saie … I love that Saie is clean, safe, and performs. My favourite part is you don’t need to use a single brush to apply any of it if you don’t want to.”

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Gwyneth Paltrow has “educated” her makeup artist on clean beauty.

The ‘Mortdecai’ actress’ makeup artist Georgie Eisdell has revealed how Gwyneth’s Goop company has given her “quite the education” about clean beauty and making “skin looking and feeling great”.

She said: “I threw myself into the world of clean beauty [when] one of my dearest friends was diagnosed with breast cancer about six years ago now. When she was preparing for treatment, I wanted to make sure she had everything she needed to keep her skin looking and feeling great and to have some options for her for when she wanted to wear makeup …

“Being around the team at Goop has made me a lot more aware of what we can and should be looking at when it comes to beauty. I have had quite the education and I am grateful for it.”

And Georgie likes to use “brighter cheek colours” for Gwyneth’s looks.

Speaking to InStyle magazine, she added: “I love Goop’s Enriching Face Oil and Revitalizing Daily Moisturizer, and I am obsessed with the GoopGlow Microderm Instant Glow Exfoliator. I also love to use brighter cheek colours on her. Jillian Dempsey’s Cheek and Lip Tints are my faves — I love Poppy or Scarlet. [For mascara,] like to use Saie’s Mascara 101. With lips, I mix it up with brands like Beautycounter, Ilia, and Saie … I love that Saie is clean, safe, and performs. My favourite part is you don’t need to use a single brush to apply any of it if you don’t want to.”

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Ultra Clean Holdings: Why This Chip Stock Is Not On Our Shopping List (NASDAQ:UCTT)

Thesis Summary

Ultra Clean Holdings, Inc. (UCTT) is a chipmaker with a track record of solid growth. Investors have a positive outlook on the future given the growth of the “Memory” market. However, the company is reliant on a few clients and has subpar profitability. Furthermore, there are risks associated with the foreign side of the business due to regulation. Despite a decent 8% return, we don’t feel the reward outweighs the risk and we remain “Neutral”.

Company Overview

Ultra Clean Holdings produces parts for the semiconductor industry. For those that know the market, the company could be defined as a “foundry” or OEM. These companies operate in contrast to “fabless” chip companies that design semiconductors but don’t produce them in-house. UCTT produces wafers, delivery systems and also provides services to other companies. Below, we can see a breakdown of the distribution of revenues to get a better idea:

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The two main segments, in terms of products, can be broken down into “Memory” and “Logic”. (WFE stands for Wafer Fab Equipment.) UCTT operates in the U.S. and also has a significant presence in South East Asia and China. In fact, revenues have historically been split evenly between domestic and international, although the latter represented 57% in the last quarter. Lastly, let’s look at revenue growth and operating margin:

(Source: Investor Presentation)

The company saw strong revenue during the 2015-2018 period, but that shrank in 2019. Operating margin has been in line with industry standards, around 6-9%. These companies are capital-intensive and operate on thin margins. Lastly, it’s worth mentioning that the balance sheet is remarkably strong, with almost 2x assets over liabilities and a D/E of 0.76

The “issues” with Ultra Clean Holdings

Looking at Ultra Clean Holdings’ operations, there are certainly a few identifiable red flags. Firstly, it is a concerning issue that over ⅔ of revenues come from two customers alone.

(Source: Investor Presentation)

As we can see most of the company’s revenues come from two sources: Lam Research Corporation (LRCX) and Applied Materials (AMAT). This raises concerns over two things, Firstly, revenue growth will be reliant on continued business from these two customers. Secondly, and most importantly, this raises some issues over UCTT’s market power in terms of pricing. UCTT already operates on thin margins, and it is hard to see how the company can raise its profitability in a competitive environment and with such little pricing power.

Another significant cause for concern is the regulatory environment. In recent news, the U.S. government imposed restrictions on China’s largest chip manufacturing company: Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (OTCQX:SMICY). This is bad news for companies like UCTT, which, as seen in the changing distribution of revenue, relies on income from overseas, including China. Certainly, this stock, and the semiconductor industry as a whole, could see significant moves once the result of the election is clear.

Lastly, even if you are looking into investing in this sector of the chip market, Ultra Clean Holdings does not seem like

Gwyneth Paltrow’s Makeup Artist Georgie Eisdell on Why She Swears By Clean Beauty Products

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Aside from being some of the biggest stars in Hollywood, Gwyneth Paltrow, Sophie Turner, and Thandie Newton all have one major thing in common: makeup artist Georgie Eisdell.

Originally hailing from Australia, the now Los Angeles-based beauty expert is one of the most sought-after makeup artists in the industry, known for creating stunning looks for the red carpet, all while keeping her clients’ skin looking flawless.

Her secret weapon? Clean beauty products.

“I threw myself into the world of clean beauty [when] one of my dearest friends was diagnosed with breast cancer about six years ago now,” Eisdell tells InStyle. “When she was preparing for treatment, I wanted to make sure she had everything she needed to keep her skin looking and feeling great and to have some options for her for when she wanted to wear makeup.”

Plus, working with Paltrow on a regular basis has given Eisdell the opportunity to do a deep dive into the science around clean formulations. “Being around the team at Goop has made me a lot more aware of what we can and should be looking at when it comes to beauty,” she says. “I have had quite the education and I am grateful for it.”

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While there’s definitely a misconception that clean makeup doesn’t offer the same results as traditional formulas, Eisdell wants to make it clear that in this day and age, that notion is quite simply a load of crap.

The makeup artist says she notices little to no difference when it comes to color payoff, blendability, and coverage when she compares clean and traditional formulas, which is exactly why she feels confident using them on stars for red carpets (you know, during the pre-COVID days), or on set.

And even though the FDA has yet to officially offer regulations around what is considered to be “clean,” Eisdell personally feels more comfortable using formulas from clean brands on both her clients, and herself.

“Your skin is the largest organ in your body, so for me, it is important to know I am using skincare that isn’t penetrating into my skin with endocrine disruptors,” she explains. “I try my best to avoid powders that contain talc, a cancer-causing mineral, and lipsticks and glosses that don’t have lead or other toxic heavy metals in it.”

Saie is among her favorite clean brands to use, a line that has quickly become a cult-favorite on the internet.

A few of the products from the collection that she swears by are Slip Tint, Glowy Super Gel, and Really Great Gloss.

“I love that Saie is clean, safe, and performs,” she says. “My favorite part is you don’t need to use a single brush to apply any of it if you don’t want to.”

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Eddie Hearn plans to copy Dana White’s UFC model to help boxing as Floyd Mayweather warns ‘clean up this s***’

Eddie Hearn is working on a blueprint to drastically reduce the number of world titles in boxing and is copying the model of the UFC.

The Matchroom Boxing chief wants to take action after Floyd Mayweather’s outburst at the sanctioning bodies for diluting the meaning of being a world champion.

Eddie Hearn wants to replicate the UFC model in boxing

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Eddie Hearn wants to replicate the UFC model in boxing

Mayweather used every available platform he had to urge boxing to ‘clean this s*** up’ to protest the likes of the WBC commissioning a ‘franchise’ champion, for instance.

The sport of mixed martial arts is continuing to grow at a rapid pace on a global scale and UFC president Dana White runs the company with an iron fist.

There are just eight weight categories for men, with a single belt for each category unless a champion cannot defend. In which case, an interim title will be created and will duly face off with the recognised champion upon their return to crown an undisputed king of the division.

Not only does it mean the best fight the best, but there is no disputing who is a legitimate world champion – and Hearn wants to create a similar situation in boxing.

Dana White runs a tight ship in the UFC

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Dana White runs a tight ship in the UFC

“We do [have too many belts]. That’s a given. It’s not good for boxing at all,” Hearn told Sky Sports.

“You look at the UFC model, which we’re all very envious of, which is one promotional company, if you like, and one belt.

“That’s where I want to get to in boxing. It’s going to take a lot of work, but we’re putting a blueprint together for that and it’s something we’re going to be pushing hard for in 2021 as we continue to expand.”

Hearn, who promotes Anthony Joshua, is hoping to organise an undisputed heavyweight title fight between his man and Tyson Fury, the WBC heavyweight champion.

Hearn wants to pit AJ against Tyson Fury to crown an undisputed heavyweight champion

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Hearn wants to pit AJ against Tyson Fury to crown an undisputed heavyweight champion

However, despite a meeting between the two men being nearly four years in the making now, fans are still waiting to see the fight and it may even be that not every belt is on the line.

Oleksandr Usyk, who fights Derek Chisora this Saturday night, is the WBO mandatory to Joshua and may have to fight for the vacant title just so AJ and Fury can finally meet.

But the 41-year-old shares the frustrations of the fans and wants to change things for good.

Hearn added: “What we do have to understand is that belts do matter. These governing bodies are steeped in history, so we can’t forget that.

“The [WBC] Franchise situation, for me, was a terrible move for the WBC, and I love [WBC president] Mauricio Sulaiman. He’s a friend of mine, but I just have to be honest.

“The problem with [the Franchise title] is that [Franchise champions] are the untouchables. We can’t have that

Jennifer Grant’s clean beauty ingredient idea

Over the course of history, cannabis root has been used by herbalists, physicians, and practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine for concerns related to inflammation, circulation, and digestion.

Which is why Jennifer Grant, Founder and Owner of empyri, selected cannabis root as the hero ingredient for her new skin care brand: “they have been used therapeutically in traditional Chinese Medicine for over 1,000 years for a variety of inflammatory disease; used both topically and internally,” ​she tells Cosmetics Design.

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She also shared research with this publication showing that cannabis contains Friedelin and Carvone, both of which are compounds known as triterpenoids and have been shown to have therapeutic benefits. (It’s also worth noting that there is no THC or CBD in cannabis root.)

“Friedelin in cannabis roots decreases inflammation and preliminary feedback on the line tells us that the products really work!” ​exclaims Grant. “In addition to the fresh vitamin C [toner] that brightens and smooths skin, the cannabis root extract reduces puffiness,” ​she says.

The current empyri product portfolio comprises a cannabis sativa oil cleanser, that cannabis sativa hydrating toner + vitamin C, and a cannabis sativa daily moisturizer, which can be used together as a 3-step routine on individually.

According to documents Grants shared with Cosmetics Design, the brand has plans to conduct further research on the active chemicals and prospective benefits of cannabis root.

And empyri has an advantage when it comes to ingredient sourcing: “cannabis roots are currently an overlooked waste stream in marijuana and hemp production,” ​as Grant tells Cosmetics Design.  

Beauty, wellness, and a line of cannabis-root beverages

Beyond the initial collection of skin care, empyri also has plans to launch a men’s product line as well as a line of cannabis-root teas and other beverages. But for now, those beverages are caught in what Grant calls ‘regulatory limbo’.

“We are in a bit of regulatory limbo with cannabis roots at the moment due to Health Canada’s focus on COVID related products, so empyri is unable to offer cannabis roots for consumption,” ​she tells Cosmetics Design. “empyri does have submissions into Health Canada for cannabis root Natural Health Products (NHP) and cannabis roots as food,” ​says Grant. “Once we get the all-clear from Health Canada, empyri will launch with three flavours of cannabis root tea. We have also developed a cannabis root beer and a cannabis root kombucha.”

As is the case for topically applied cannabis-root products, these beverages are not exactly new, just new to the contemporary marketplace. “Cannabis roots have traditionally been used in a decoction – boiling the roots for long periods of time in both water and oil,” ​explains Grant, who adds, “I started drinking cannabis root tea one year ago when I completed my deep dive on the benefits of cannabis roots. Cannabis roots have a mild and nutty taste when boiled and anti-inflammatory friedelin can be found in the tea.”

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Babba C. Rivera’s Clean Hair-Care Brand, Ceremonia, Is Inspired by Latinx Beauty Rituals

From as far back as Babba C. Rivera can remember, beauty and hair care have been strong pillars in her life. “My father was a hairdresser in Chile, and although he couldn’t find work in Sweden due to the language barrier, that never stopped him from cutting friends’ and family members’ hair in our living room, not to mention the countless hours he would spend braiding my hair on any given day,” she says. “Practicing beauty as a form of self-love was something I learned from an early age.”

Yet when it came to the industry itself, Rivera saw little or no representation of her own community. “Growing up as an immigrant in a homogenous country, I always felt underrepresented in media and in the products I consumed.”

Raised in Stockholm and based in New York, the entrepreneur and style maven (and former founder of brand marketing agency ByBabba) quickly saw a gap in the market. But it wasn’t until a trip during fashion month last year, when she was “once more reminded how often I was the only Latinx represented in these settings,” that she decided to make the leap and start her own line of products.

Enter Ceremonia, a clean hair care brand inspired by the beauty rituals of the Latinx community—including many that were handed down through Rivera’s own family. Its mission, she says, is to celebrate the richness of Latinx culture in all its forms (the name translates to “ceremony”). Its first product, Aceite de Moska, is a Dominican Republic-derived scalp treatment oil launching today. Made with ingredients like Brazilian pataua oil, aloe vera, and castor oil, it’s reminiscent of the natural home remedies that Rivera’s aunt would introduce her to whenever she’d visit Chile as a teen.

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Ceremonia’s debut product, Aceite de Moska, is a Dominican Republic-derived scalp treatment oil.

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“I remember her whipping together hair masks with avocados and aloe vera or whatever she happened to have at home,” she says. “What’s interesting, though, is that my family never approached beauty as something superficial—to us it was a way of taking care of yourself, for no one but yourself. That’s what we envision to create with Ceremonia: formulas that invite you to unlock your natural beauty through nourishing ingredients.”

It’s those trips to Chile—and travel in general—that continue to inform Ceremonia, particularly when it comes to its ingredients. As the line of products grows, shoppers can expect formulas derived from all across Latin America, with a focus on superfruits and plants native to the region. Formulas that, in turn, cater to all hair types.

Another priority, however, is using the brand to highlight the next generation of Latinx. After crunching the numbers during the development process for Ceremonia, Rivera saw that even now, as the beauty and hair-care industry strives to become more inclusive, Latinx consumers are still being left out. “Hispanics spend 46 percent more on hair-care products. We’re the youngest demographic in the U.S. with a median age of 27,

Get 20%-Off Tata Harper, Kosas, & More Clean Beauty At Credo

Clean beauty is rarely synonymous with affordable price points — but, for the next three days, Credo is looking to change that. From now until October 25, the popular clean-beauty destination is hosting its highly-anticipated Friends & Family Event where shoppers can score 20%-off sitewide (no promo code required). In other words: just sit back, add your luxe haul to cart, and see those dollar signs on everything from beauty to skincare drop at checkout.

From big-name beloved brands like Tata Harper to Kosas, there are so many premium clean goods to shop on markdown — including gift sets, if you want to knock that holiday shopping out early this year. Another extra-special-sale shoutout goes to Credo’s new game-changing in-house makeup brand, Exa, which makes one of the best liquid foundations we’ve tried this year. (The only brands not eligible for the discount are Kypris and Josh Rosebrook, but everything else is fair game!) Ready to shop? Keep clicking for our beauty writer’s best-of-sale picks.

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This Clean Beauty Brand Is Offering Personalized Skincare Duos At a Major Discount

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We’ve all been there  — you add a new product to your skincare regimen, and your complexion remains seemingly unchanged (or worse yet, has a negative reaction). It can be especially frustrating if you splurged on a pricey product you hoped would be worthwhile. But this doesn’t always have to be the case — one clean beauty brand wants to ensure you target your skin concerns effectively without drying out your wallet.

Biossance is currently offering a promotion on a ‘Power Pair’ — your choice of two personalized skincare products based on what you’d like to remedy in your complexion. Whether you struggle with fine lines and wrinkles, dullness, or uneven texture, the brand’s selected list of best-selling treatments and moisturizers will help to rectify those issues. Simply pick one of each before moving to checkout where the 30 percent discount will automatically be applied.

Anti-aging skincare heroes like the Squalane and Lactic Acid Resurfacing Night Serum and Squalane and Marine Algae Eye Cream are a couple of the options up for grabs, both of which minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles almost immediately. Other best-selling options include the Squalane and Vitamin C Rose Oil, which brightens and hydrates the skin, and the Squalane and Probiotic Gel Moisturizer that eliminates redness and soothes inflammation. 

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The Power Pair starts at just $60, which is a steal considering you get two products for practically the price of one. This sale only lasts until the end of the week, so we’d recommend personalizing your duo before time runs out. Plus, right now when you spend $50, you can get a free mini eye cream and skincare spatula when you use code SKINCARE at checkout.

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Whole Foods Is Having A Huge Sale On Clean Beauty Products This Weekend

If you need to go grocery shopping at some point this weekend — and don’t we all? — you’ll want to plan a trip to your nearest Whole Foods Market. Sure, you may pay a slightly higher-than-average premium on certified-organic artichokes; however, this weekend, shopping at Whole Foods is actually a cost-saving venture if you stock up in the Beauty & Personal Care aisles.



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Today, October 16th, through Sunday the 18th, Whole Foods stores across the country are offering shoppers 25% off all beauty, body, and personal-care products — everything from Tom’s Of Maine toothpaste to Weleda Skin Food moisturizer. Plus, if you’re a Prime Member, you’ll get to take an additional 10% off your entire haul.

Whole Foods is calling the flash promotion its Fall Self-Care Sale, encouraging shoppers to grab their favorite feel-good beauty products, be that a new tube of mascara or a bag of Epsom salts for a much-needed bubble bath. Of course, in line with the retailer’s strict purity standards, anything you pluck off the shelf will come with a clean label of ingredients.

If you’re looking for shopping recommendations ahead of your trip, you can’t go wrong with a bright-green tube of Weleda Skin Food face cream as we approach the dry winter season. In the midst of flu season, throw a bottle of hand soap in your cart (the Apple Pear-scented option feels seasonal). Or, if you’re looking for an unscented, multipurpose option, grab Alaffia’s Authentic African Black Soap, which you can use to wash your cloth face masks. Any way you shop, you’re saving 25-35% off retail price, making this weekend’s trip to Whole Foods 100% worth it.



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