Well here’s a surprise! A product is listed as “Organic” means that 95% of the ingredients are organically grown, while the remaining 5% may be non-organically produced ingredients. “Made with Organic Ingredients” means the product must be made with at least 70% organic ingredients, the remaining 30% may be non-organically produced ingredients. These terms therefore sometimes end up being used merely as marketing gimmicks. It is becoming more clear, as independent researchers test beauty products, that they promote issues that go deep beneath the skin’s surface.
While executing a beauty regime, steer clear of products listed with the following ingredients for your own health and preservation:
Research suggests that a user can ingest approximately 4 pounds of lipstick in a lifetime. Synthetic dyes derived from aluminum (“Lakes colors”) and coal tar can be absorbed into our bodies and stored in our organs and fatty tissues.
Be on the lookout for these toxins on your lipstick labels:
Conventional foundations are the third leading cause of contact dermatitis. Foundation made with synthetic ingredients can cause skin problems as it is usually worn on the skin for many hours.
Conventional foundations include coal tar colors and synthetic fragrances. They too may also contain lanolin.
Common harmful ingredients are:
With all this information available, it is important that we read labels of our beauty products and stay clear of these toxic components. Multiple internet resources are available to check what you already have ensuring that it is in fact safe. People believe in beauty at all costs but we be informed about the real cost we pay when we “beautify”.