Difference between “Natural” and “Organic” Products
“Natural” products don’t have any regulation, so any company can name their products “natural” if they have a few ingredients that come from the earth. Natural products range from some pretty good companies trying to do the right thing to hundreds of personal care companies that are simply using the term “natural” for marketing purposes.
However, “Organic” goes way beyond “Natural”.
If a product is labeled Organic on the front of the package and sold in the State of California, which has extremely rigorous organic regulations, then the products must contain USDA certified organic ingredients from a farm that uses a system of farming that maintains and replenishes soil fertility without the use of toxic and persistent pesticides or fertilizers.
Did you know that: Your Skin Absorbs over 64% of what is placed on it.
Think about it … physicians prescribe prescription “patches” that are readily absorbed through the skin … hmmm … but what about your moisturizer? Do you know that most conventional beauty products contain pesticides, methyl, butyl and propyl parabens, propylene or butylene glycols, petroleum, sulfates, PEGs, TEA, DEA, phthalates, GMO, silicones, artificial dyes or fragrances, formaldehyde, and more. Do you really want all these on your skin?
I have been a fan of the Juice Beauty brand since I first tried the Blemish Clearing Serum. If you haven't tried that, you must!! When I heard they had a makeup line I was anxious to try it! If the facts of using organic products haven't convinced you then trying this makeup collection out for yourself will! You can feel the difference literally on your skin and feel better about putting this makeup on knowing it will improve skin's overall appearance.
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