We pretty much can easily tell what is healthy and what is not in regards to food and drinks: water and fizzy drinks, broccoli and frozen pizza, homemade roast potatoes and a pack of crisps. Some of us go as far as reading labels, maybe picking some ingredients over the others.
But we don't seem to be so particular about the skincare products we purchase, checking the ingredients list is unspeakable. What are we really buying - miraculous package claims or what is inside the bottles? We do care about what goes into our bodies, so why don't we care as much about what goes onto our bodies?
The skincare products you use have more implications in your well-being, than just "looking good". We are going to dive into the organic skincare world, and try to understand the effects the skincare we use - organic or not - have on our overall health. We complied four great reasons why we should be all using organic skincare:
Organic products, on the other hand, are often nutritionally rich in antioxidants (Vitamin C and Vitamin E), skin repair agents (Vitamin A) and much more.
Next time you going shopping for skincare and cosmetics, remember our tips and start checking the labels. Try using an organic product and feel the difference on your skin and let us know how did that go.
Ah! It goes without saying, the smell is great!