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Marci Beaucoup Organic Cosmetics was born organically out of my quest for the perfect moisturizing & silky lip balm. After years of trying everything on the market, I decided to create my own. I tried many recipes and drove my friends crazy testing each iteration until I discovered our favorite recipe.
At Marci Beaucoup Organic Cosmetics, I am currently offering four scents of this 100% natural, silky, moisturizing lip balm. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!
In addition to silky lip balms, Marci Beaucoup Organic Cosmetics also offers a 100% natural moisturizing, exfoliating green tea vanilla sugar lip scrub that is perfect for use year -round to combat the effects of sun, cold and wind.
All Marci Beaucoup Organic Cosmetics lip balms and lip scrub are recommended for both men and women, ages 1-101.
Marci Brockmann studied fine art at SUNY Geneseo, SUNY New Paltz & The Art League of Long Island. She received her BA in English and Fine Arts in 1990. She is a member of the Kings Park Art League. She became passionate about painting as a way of coping with stress and anxiety. Painting has taught her patience and given her peace. Through creative expression Marci gets in touch with the inner most feelings. Her painterly landscapes and abstract compositions represent the world the way she sees it. Her hope is that those who view her work enjoy this as well.
Marci Brockmann Fine Arts was born organically out of her need to share her work and see her original paintings hanging in new forever homes.
Her paintings are featured in private
collections in Great Neck, NY, Kings Park, NY, Bohemia, NY, Shoreham, NY, Goshen, CT, Lake Gove, NY, Medford, NY, Hartfold, CT, Oceanside, NY, Huntington, NY, Greenwich, CT, Hicksville, NY and Washington, D.C. and many other towns in the Northeastern US.
Check out my online publications
Choosing Our People Wisely (Winter 2015)
What I Learned from My Mother's Addiction (Winter 2015)
How Painting Feeds My Soul (Spring 2015)
Saying Goodbye to Our Childhood Home (Spring 2015)
18 Strategies for Recharging Creativity (Winter 2015)