Earth-friendly faves


Christine Pullara Newton has worn many hats in her 25 years in television. From award-winning news anchor to freelance journalist to even commercial actor and model. In 1999, Christine began hosting the popular Treasure Makers show on HGTV for five years, among other shows on HGTV and other networks, E! Entertainment, FOX and The Living Network. In 2005, she moved to Atlanta to host the irreverent and wacky home improvement show, Bushwhacked on Turner South, which earned two Southeast Emmy Awards. For the past nine years Christine has hosted Atlanta & Company weekdays from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on WXIA-TV, 11Alive. She is also currently hosting Chef’s Special, a weekly show for Springer Mountain Farms which highlights talented chefs throughout the Atlanta area. She and her husband Jim Newton live in Brookhaven with their two daughters. Here are a few of her favorite spring things .

1 Facial Cleansing Towelettes – Cucumber & Sage. Cleansing that’s powerful enough to remove dirt, oil and makeup, and natural soothing that’s simple enough to achieve without rinsing or scrubbing—all wrapped in one Cucumber and Sage-infused towelette. or your favorite health food market


2 Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Hand Soap – Smells good, looks good, is good. Grab a six pack, a variety of scents for your home an office. or Target


3 North Face rain jackets for my daughters. Waterproof, breathable and lightweight Gore-Tex® shell that’s perfect for wet-weather adventures. Velcro cuffs and an adjustable hem cinch-cord fend off the cold. Good through Atlanta’s seasonal surprises.


4 Camo slip-ons. Modern pointed toe flat in olive camo. The color is army green combined with shale grey in a camo print, with a neon orange and jet black heel stripe, signature blue halo, and dark grey outsole.


5 Elemis Pro-Collagen Cleansing Balm. Deep Cleanses, softens, nourishes. This powerful, deep cleansing balm dissolves make-up, daily grime and pollutants. Skin is intensely cleansed, nourished and renewed for a glowing complexion.