REVEALED! Hidden Beauty Treasures of the Amazon Rainforest


I discovered Teadora Beauty at Indie Beauty Expo New York at the end of a productive but very exhausting day.  I’m a bit of a nerd when it comes to skincare.  I love discovering the latest trends and innovations in terms of ingredients, devices, forms, and textures.  Thus, I was excited to learn about Teadora’s fresh approach to beauty.

This eco-friendly brand is the 2017 recipient of CEW’s Sustainability Excellence Beauty Award.  For those who don’t know, CEW is a global organization of 9,000 beauty industry insiders.  In other words, it’s kind of a big deal.  To be recognized by your peers via CEW is like getting an Academy Award but for achievements in beauty vs. film.  No wonder Teadora has also been featured in major media outlets like Glamour, Elle, W, and Instyle.

Accolades aside, I was drawn to Teadora because it exposed me to the hidden beauty treasures of the Amazon rainforest.   For instance, did you know that Brazilian Red Clay helps improve skin’s elasticity?  I also discovered that Babassu Oil is a greater source of essential fatty acids than coconut oil.  It soothes, hydrates, and works as a moisture barrier.  That means it helps prevent moisture loss.





But don’t be surprised if Teadora products sound good enough to eat.  That’s simply because each product is formulated with one of Teadora’s propriety nourishing and revitalizing elixirs.  These unique blends of Brazilian super fruits brighten, hydrate, restore, and revitalize skin and hair.

RainforestYouthTM Elixir - The vitamins, nutrients, and antioxidants of Buriti, Cupuaçu, and Açaí nourish skin and hair.
RainforestHydrationTM Elixir - Rich oils from Buriti, Brazil Nut, Babassu, Maracujá, and Rose Hip Seed hydrate and revitalize.
RainforestRestorationTM Elixir - Buriti, Cupuaçu, Andiroba, Açaí, Murumuru, Brazil Nut, and Maracujá reduce the appearance of imperfections.

Now, if you’re wondering what Buriti is and what Açaí has to do with your skin, you may want to refer to this handy cheat sheet.


Açaí is the most famous of Brazilian fruits and is high in antioxidants and vitamins.  It helps protect the skin from damage by UV rays, pollution and stress.
Babassu is made from the nuts of wild-growing Brazilian palm trees. High in essential acids, it soothes, protects, restores, and moisturizes any skin type.
Buriti has the highest concentration of natural vitamin A among fruits and vegetables. It’s also rich in vitamin E, vitamin C and antioxidants and has been used for generations as a natural UV ray protectant. Its anti-inflammatory properties also help to promote skin healing.
Brazil Nut is a light, sweet, and nutty oil that is wonderful for the entire body. It absorbs quickly, and provides powerful moisture and healing to the skin, hair, and face.
Cupuaçu is known as the king of the super fruits. One of nature’s strongest moisturizers, it is rich in vitamins, antioxidants and essential nutrients that improve the appearance, elasticity and texture of skin and hair.
Maracujá (or Passion Fruit) is known as the "Pure Miracle" in Brazil as it brightens, moisturizes, heals, and repairs skin and hair without feeling greasy or heavy. Good for all skin types-from dry to oily.

Luvi Beauty is proud to welcome Teadora—Rainforest Power Naturals.  Allow this delightful collection to transport you to the Amazon without living your bedroom.  For a limited time, SAVE 15% on all Teadora products with PROMO CODE:  TEADORA


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  • I would love to win this please and thank you I wanted to try this please and thank you

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  • Wow. All these ingredients sound great and something my skin needs! At 41 I’m fighting AGE as much as I can.

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  • Sounds like awesome products

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  • Just read about these amazing products entered to win.. I am 54 years old and having major problem with acne hope to win. Looks like it would help..??

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  • I just moved to Arizona. I’m 60 years old and need to take care of my skin!

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