Pure Goodness for Your Lips

The skin on your lips is among the most sensitive on your entire body. The thin and delicate membrane needs special care in order to stay smooth and healthy. With all the different lipsticks and glosses on the market today, it is exceedingly important to pay attention to the ingredients so you know exactly what you are putting on your body. When you choose lip balms with natural ingredients like shea butter and vitamin E, you can avoid the dry, cracked feeling of neglected lips. Next time you are looking to dress up your pout, take a moment to really look at what your lipstick has to offer.

Evolution of Smooth lip products combine nourishing ingredients with subtle style to give your mouth what it needs. The brand was initially established in 2006 with their first products introduced in 2009. The company took it upon themselves to give their customers healthy and beautiful skin. Their line of lip care ranges from simple balms to shimmery pods. The ingredients used by EOS are all natural to bring out the inner beauty of your lips. Aside from the shea butter and vitamin E, the lip products contain jojoba oil to add extra moisture to parched lips.

Your lips are a prominent feature on your face. By treating them well and making sure they get all the nutrients they need, you will make sure you always put your best face forward. EOS has taken your lip’s need for pampering and created a product that will leave you wanting more. Whether you just need to moisturize during the cold winter months or want to dress your lips up with some shimmer, there is always something available. With more colors and scents than you will know what to do with, EOS has truly proven that they can be a friend to lips everywhere. EOS lip balms are available online, check out their products on eBay and Ulta today. Visit the website: https://evolutionofsmooth.com/

 

Human Rights Foundation, President Thor Halvorssen And His Work Against Civil And Political Human Rights Violations

Thor Halvorssen is a 39-year-old, half-Venezuelan, and half-Norwegian, human rights advocate, film producer, Founder, and President of the New-York based Human Rights Foundation, that devotes itself to liberating political prisoners, and promoting human rights in the world.

The Human Rights Foundation has made tremendous accomplishments in line with its mission by securing the release of seven political prisoners, since its inception. The human rights foundation works towards providing adequate evidence to the truth commissions on certain civil and political human rights cases around the world.

The foundation has also managed to publish two books on rights and responsibilities of the country. Thor  Halvorssen is also the founder of Oslo freedom Forum, a conference held annually, hosting human rights activists from all around the globe, and activists give speeches.

Thor Halvorssen’s mother is a descendant of the first president of Venezuela, Cristobol Mandoza, who was also a descendant of Simon Bolivar, the military commander, who led Latin America to independence.

Thor has experienced the impacts of his activism work first-hand, with his mother shot dead in a demonstration against Hugo Chavez, and his father subjected to severe torture in a prison at Caracas for exposing government corruption deals, while he worked at Venezuela drug czar. Leopoldo Lopez, a cousin of Thor, is still serving as a political prisoner in a jail in Venezuela, for challenging the Chavista regime.

Thor had employed Vaclav Havel as the chairman of Human Rights Foundation (HRF), until his death in 2011. Thor then employed Garry Kasparov, a political activist, and a Russian, Chess Master, to replace Vaclav as chairman of HRF.

The position of Chairman was not ceremonial as Garry Kasparov would eventually come to witness in 2012. He was physically abused by the Russian authorities in a country that staged a demonstration against the Riot verdict.

The Oslo Freedom forum has now become a signature platform for the Human Rights Foundation, bringing together human activists, and donors. The foundation has 12 modest staff members, who cover the globe and work to shine a light on civil and political human rights violation issues across the world.

Read more:

Trouble Maker For Tyrants | Weekly Standard
Thor Halvorssen | Time Magazine