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Hollywood Eco-Celebrity Rachelle Carson-Begley Gives Skincare Company Bella V Rave Reviews
Date:4/18/2010

prescribed and used by dermatologists and clinical estheticians.

“My formulas are far superior to other natural grade products available on the market today,” said Tacia.” I’ve created advanced formulas with a stronger delivery system, which are more balanced and infused with super antioxidants, rich botanicals, collagen boosters, peptides, lactic acids and many other high performing ingredients. These clinically tested, age-defying formulas, also have the protective benefits of a natural sunscreen, superior skin lighteners, and highly-effective healing agents for blemish or acne-prone adults and teens.”

Green Teens:
The initial rush of Bella Vé customers have been women 35 and older, primarily because of the remarkable anti-aging results. However, Tacia is now releasing high performance products formulated for acne-prone skin for both adults and teens. She recently set up a trial study with local teenagers to publicly demonstrate the results. With a growing eco-conscious population, many teens have become earth-friendly.

“Healthy habits start early in life, and the teen years are a great time to begin a skin care routine that will benefit them far into adulthood,” said Tacia.

“In addition to all of the reasons to use healthy, earth-friendly skin care products, it’s gratifying to see my teen customers self esteem increase as their skin becomes clearer, glowing and rejuvenated. I think helping people feel better about themselves is the biggest reward of all.”

Besides being devoted to the ideals of cruelty-free and earth-friendly products, Tacia is also diligent about keeping her products affordable. Fully-recyclable, Bella Vé bottles and jars are much larger, but cost less than the leading brands. This makes her products not only eco-friendly, but also “eco-nomically” friendly.

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