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ORGANIC SKIN CARE PRODUCTS





Preservatives, dyes, fragrances, foaming agents and alcohol are foremost among the unnatural ingredients that no one wants to apply to their skin; it’s like taking a bath in a vat of preservatives! Organic skin care products stress leaving out the harmful things while using the best nature has to offer in skin care ingredients. Natural oils, salts, minerals, mud, essential oils and plant extracts and others are used as ingredients in natural skin care products; they’re kinder to the skin, friendlier to the environment, and conscientiously use the resources of nature wisely.





Discovering Native Organic Skin Care
There has been a growing demand for organic skin care products over the past decade. As people rediscover the goodness of nature the world over, there’s renewed respect for native indigenous knowledge of herbal medicines, regional organic foods and natural organic cosmetics. For instance, today the Amazon region of South America holds great fascination due to its rich biodiversity and the exuberance of the largest tropical forest in the world. The indian populations that live in this region work not only for material survival, but to live in perfect harmony with nature and strengthen their culture. So it’s natural the ethical organic skincare product developers using ingredients form this region share an ecological concern for utilizing raw materials without harming nature by utilizing tree barks, seeds, roots and leaves that are perfectly renewable, and which, when extracted, do not harm the environment. This attitude is what you should look for in your evaluation of an organic skin care product; if they have concern for the source of the natural ingredients, odds are they’ll have concern for you as the user of their product.

Is It Organic? Watch Out For Fake Organic Skin Care Products
Ethical skin care product labeling would say that the ingredients of any product should be accurately listed on its label, so ideally, if the label says that product is one hundred percent organic, then that product should consist of strictly organic ingredients. Previously, if the label said that it has organic ingredients, then the product could have a minimum of five percent organic ingredients. The FDA is embattled on organic non-food product labeling, so the burden is on you as a careful consumer to determine the credibility of the manufacturer of natural skincare products claiming to be organic.





Evaluating The Benefits Of Organic Skin Care Products
There are many claims of benefits by natural skin care product manufacturers; they range from offering a soothing skin care experience to healing all wounds, and everything in between. There are some basics to look out for when evaluating an organic skin care product:
  • Be aware that the organic label claims on nonfood products don't necessarily represent the same standards as they do on foods; for instance, some manufacturers designate a water infusion of certified organic ingredients as a single ingredient and classify, weigh and calculate it as one.
  • Preservatives are one of the key ingredients that manufacturers claim are necessary to produce shelf-stable organic products; others are carriers and solvents. These are difficult to find as organic elements; in fact, many skin care manufacturers insist their products simply cannot be made compliant with existing organic standards because of this and want to list hundreds of synthetic processing ingredients as allowable for organic personal and skin care products.
  • Numerous health claims are already being made on behalf of some organic skin care products, such as, “cures acne,” “relieves inflammation,” and so forth. Be especially wary of any consumer skin care product that appears to be masquerading as medicine; the personal care industry has become so competitive that some manufacturers will go to any lengths short of outright fraud to sell their products.
  • On the bright side, there’s more and more ethical and committed formulators and suppliers of organic skin care products entering that industry; the rapid-fire dissemination of both positive and negative information fostered by the Internet and the numerous consumer-oriented health and beauty satellite and cable TV channels has created a “higher consciousness” among consumers such as yourself who demand truth and quality in their organic natural skincare products.

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