Skin is the largest organ of the body. Your skin protects your internal organs anti infection, injury and helps to detoxify
your entire body through perspiration. The healthier your skin, the better barrier it provides to viruses and bacteria.
Now knowing that our skin is such a vital and sensitive organ of our body, why are we so careless in how we care for it?
In a society so obsessed with fighting the signs of aging, why are we so quick to resort to extreme measures such as surgery and chemicals?
Both Natural and Organic skin care products comprise of the same things but they are by no means interchangeable. This is
because they are grown differently. Organic skincare products are produced naturally while natural skin care products,
though cultivated naturally, use certain chemicals like pesticides and sludge.
Our skin care products are organic and natural at the same time, that means they use natural substance to heal your skin
and protect it, so the healing process is totally safe without any risk of chemical ingredients.
Frequently Asqued Questions
Q: What Are Organic Cosmetics?
Most makeup has chemicals and assorted non-organic ingredients to create the effects wanted. Unfortunately, these aren't
the best for your skin and some people even find that they are allergic to the ingredients in mainstream cosmetics.
When the ingredients are natural and organic, this basically means that you are getting the purest of ingredients to apply
to your face. No chemicals are included, Nature`s own ingredients are used to work with the skin and provide that healthy
glow as well as actually making your skin healthier.
Q: What does Natural mean when describing a beauty product?
A: Natural is term that is not regulated in the beauty industry, however, at www.skin-cosmetics.biz, we consider
natural products to be formulated with ingredients from natural sources, such as plants, flowers, fruit, vegetables, etc.
These products do not contain any synthetic chemicals, including parabens, phthalates, sulfates, petrochemicals,
fragrances, or dyes.
Q: What are parabens? How do they affect the body?
A: Parabens are synthetic preservatives commonly used in skin care, hair care, and body care products. They ensure
a long shelf life and inhibit the growth of bacteria, yeast, and mold. Although the scientific community and the American
Cancer Society says parabens are safe for long-term use, there have been some studies which suggest parabens may lead to
an increase in breast cancer, as well as reproductive abnormalities.
Q: What are petrochemicals? How do they affect the body?
A: Petrochemicals are chemicals made from petroleum (crude oil) and natural gas. These products include, mineral
oil, paraffin, propylene glycol, and sulfates. Some studies suggest petrochemicals may lead to nerve, liver, and brain
damage, birth defects, acute asthma, and cancer.
Q: What are sulfates? How do they affect the body?
A: Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS), also known as Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate, and Sodium Laureth Sulfate are detergents
used as foaming agents in a variety of personal care products. They are classified by the FDA as irritants, and often
lead to skin or eye irritations. The American Cancer Society and FDA have said sulfates used in personal care products
are safe for long-term use and are not known carcinogens.
Q: What are phthalates? How do they affect the body?
A: Phthalates are a family of compounds made from alcohols and phthalic anhydride. They are oily, colorless,
odorless liquids that do not evaporate readily. They are often used in fragrances and nail polish. Although generally
considered safe by the scientific community, some studies suggest phthalates may cause birth defects, breast cancer,
and an increase in asthma.
Q: What does Organic mean when describing a beauty product?
A: Organic is also a term that is not widely regulated in beauty industry. However, many companies have gone to
great lengths to ensure their products meet an organic standard (whether by an organization or by their own set standards).
These standards follow the recognized definition of an organic product, which is, a product that contains natural
ingredients that have been grown excluding the use of toxic and persistent fertilizers and pesticides, plant growth
regulators, sewer sludge, and genetically modified organisms (GMOs), with little harm to soil life, animals, depletion of
nonrenewable resources, and impact to air and water quality
Q: What are the benefits of using Natural or Organic products?
A: There are numerous benefits for using what nature has given us. Natural beauty products interact well with the
skin and hair. They are gentle, causing little to no irritation, and often work just as well as their chemical counterparts. For those who want to take their health and the health of the planet a step farther, Organic is the way to go. Organic products are even safer for the skin, as they are guaranteed to not have any residual chemicals from the way their ingredients were farmed, as well as have no harmful impact on the environment by the way they were grown and harvested.
Understanding Organic Certifications
The U.S. Department of Agriculture seal indicates a product contains at
least 95% organic ingredients.
Certified Organic Ingredients Seal
A USDA-accredited certifying agent grants this seal to products with at
least 70% organic ingredients.
UK Soil Association Seal
The U.K. Soil Association Seal certifies products contain at least
95% organic ingredients.
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