Terry Alabata

Content Strategist, Copy Editor, Copywriter, Editor, Ghostwriter, Writer

B2B/B2C Freelance Green Beauty/Health/Environmental Blogger and Writer at Ecological Blogging and Content Marketing

- Online Marketing (Blogs, Articles, Web Copy, Ad Copy, Social Media Posts, etc.)
- White Papers (Educational, In-Depth, and Detailed/Investigative Reports)

- Veganism
- Environmentalism
- Herbalism
- Healthy Living
- Alternative/Ancient Medicine
- Holistic Health
- Skincare/Eczema
- Green Makeup & Hair Artistry/Product Reviews
- Travel/Solo Travel Experience (Currently exploring New Zealand, Australia, Fiji and the South Pacific from now until the end of 2018, then will be off to Sweden, Switzerland and Basque)

I pull from the following education and life experiences to write thorough, knowledgeable content around my eco-niches:

- 30 years living with eczema (www.eczemaphoenix.com)
- 8 years professional makeup artistry and hairstyling experience
- 6 years professional eco-friendly and cruelty-free makeup artistry and hairstyling experience (www.alabatabeauty.com), includes vegan and gluten-free product usage, testing, and application
- 2 years herbalism studies
- 1 year full-time vegan
Content Types
Blog Post, Case Study, Checklist, Ebook, General Photo, Interview, Press Release, Product Description, Recipe, Website Copy, Whitepaper
More Information
San Francisco State University, Bachelor of Science in Public Health
Daly City, CA, USA|English

Published Content

Blog Post
Going To The Beach With Eczema

With summer on its way, it seems like a good time to talk about how are you can make going to the beach more enjoyable if you have eczema. In the past, going to the beach used to be a thought that was full of dread for me growing up. Because what would usually happen is that it would be super hot, sunny, and dry (I’m originally from Northern California). And while I would enjoy the sun in the moment, no matter how much sunscreen I put on, by the end of the day my skin would have absorbed so much heat that the pores on my face would become enlarged giving off all this excess heat and in turn become very very itchy leaving me sunburned, swollen and bloody by the time I got home...

June 8th, 2018
Blog Post
Finding Your Eczema Support System Could Save Your Life

I experienced my worst moments with eczema in the 1990s to early 2000s. And nearly 100% of the time, I experienced them alone. There was no Internet, no Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. And eczema websites at the time were minimal, offering some advice about moisturizing after bathing or showering to lock in moisture and to speak to your dermatologist about getting steroid creams. I maybe knew one person in high school and one person in college who also visibly had it and most others had no idea what it was and wondered if it was contagious...

May 7th, 2018
Blog Post
Dealing With The Shame of Having Eczema

When your skin is covered in rashes that look like they could be the result of a bacterial infection, it’s very hard to feel proud of yourself. At least that was my experience growing up. My years of childhood, being a teenager, and a young adult in my twenties are some of the hardest years for me to remember. They were years filled with the uncertainty of what my skin was going through and if it would ever fully recover or improve. And on top of that were the feelings of uncertainty, insecurity, and low self-esteem from just being young and unsure of what my future would hold. Who would I become as an adult? Would I even be competent enough as an adult? Would I even make it to adulthood?

April 16th, 2018
Blog Post
Using Traditional Chinese Medicine To Heal My Eczema

My journey to discovering Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) as a way to heal my eczema was a very serendipitous one!

April 13th, 2018
Blog Post
Supplements and Food That Have Helped My Eczema

The impact of different foods and supplements on healing eczema.

March 22nd, 2018
Blog Post
How I Wish Dermatologists Would Handle Appointments with Eczema Patients

Describing what is lacking in dermatologist appointments when it comes to eczema and suggestions for how to improve them.

March 12th, 2018
Blog Post
Are gluten-free cosmetics really necessary?

Gluten-free cosmetics: Is this just another beauty trend? Is it just another marketing scam to get you to haul over your current collection for something that sounds healthier? Or is there any legitimacy to this growing beauty genre? Let’s find out…

October 19th, 2017
Top natural lip balms to smooth chapped lips

As a bona fide lip product junkie, I have had my fair share of lip balms. On any given day, I can easily have at least three to five different lip products in my purse –the majority of them being various types of lip balms. In my experience, when it comes to lip care, the greener the product the better. Not only for the obvious environmental and animal-protective benefits but because they just taste better!

August 17th, 2017
Blog Post
Top 10 cruelty-free beauty products to love

Ever get curious about what all the hype is about green beauty these days? Or, maybe you are overwhelmed with options and not sure which ones to trust or try out. Having done eco-friendly makeovers for the past seven years, I have tried hundreds of products in nearly every beauty category and have come up with a list of ten awesome products from brands that I have researched, believe in, and have high-quality standards for how they source and formulate their products. And on top of that, these picks actually perform really well on camera! Hope you have fun and enjoy learning about these products. Let’s get started!

July 11th, 2017
Blog Post
Cookin’ up something pretty : Best DIY beauty products you can make right now

Doing DIY is so on trend these days. While it’s nice to splurge when you have the cash, it’s even nicer when you can save a little money and make it yourself. With a ton of how-to videos online, there’s really no excuse not to try and experiment with making your own beauty products at home with items literally your from your own kitchen.

June 28th, 2017
Why aren’t all cosmetics brands cruelty-free?

In the beauty industry, there is a rapidly growing trend and demand for cruelty-free beauty brands. With PETA exposing the animal testing practices of countries like China in 2012 and their regulations towards products sold in the country, there has been raised awareness and action taken to remove animal testing altogether worldwide by organizations like PETA, the Humane Society, protesters, consumers, and even the European Union! Yet, despite increased education on the graphic and unfair nature of animal testing, it is still practiced in countries like the United States and China, which is currently the heavy-hitter and main tilting point of the beauty industry and its future with cruelty-free cosmetics. Why is that? How is that even possible? Well, first, let’s find out what animal testing is.

May 15th, 2017
Blog Post
Beauty Products so Pure You Could Eat Them

It’s an exciting time to be alive in the beauty industry! Green Beauty is on the rise with celebrities like Emma Watson, Gwyneth Paltrow, Shailene Woodley, and Jessica Alba promoting and creating their own businesses around healthy beauty products. In my seven years of being a makeup artist, and four to five years of that being eco-friendly and cruelty-free, I’ve seen a rise in the number of skincare and makeup products that are available to the masses and in more accessible places such as health food stores, Walgreens, and even Target. Here are some of my favorite products that I used both on myself and on my clients to promote and maintain healthy looking skin which is always the basis for beautiful makeup application. Hope you enjoy learning about these products as I do sharing them with you!

March 17th, 2017
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