Natural beauty care
Our skin is our largest organ and what we put on it matters! It matters a LOT.
Did you know that every day you’re likely exposed to thousands of toxins and chemicals?
There are over 10,000 chemical ingredients, some of them known or suspected carcinogens, in soaps, shampoos, lotions, make-up and beauty products, and other personal care products.
People don’t understand the impact of chemicals in everyday products and often make the mistake of thinking that if supermarkets and pharmacies sell products that they must be safe.
Our skin readily absorbs products that are applied. It is reported that we absorb up to 60% of what is applied to our skin (and children, more). These can directly enter our bloodstream as they bypass the liver (unlike foods we digest).
If you are not paying attention to the personal care products you are using it’s likely that there are hundreds of chemicals entering your body every day, and this should be of great concern to you. Typically, only a few of the chemicals have been tested, and the impact of having the combination of the chemicals on your body is largely unknown.
According to an Environmental Working Group study in 2015, American women apply on average 168 different chemicals to the bodies from personal care products every day. Men use fewer products, but still put 85 chemicals on their bodies.
Everyone should want to look and feel their best, and this is not possible if you are feeding your body (through your skin) harmful ingredients.
Lethargic, Fatigued, Chronic Illness, Allergies?
When a group of our (potential) customers were surveyed and asked if they could change one thing about their health, they indicated that they wanted more energy to do the things that they love in life!
Do you know that some of these health problems may be caused by the ingredients in the personal care products you are currently using?
Deodorants, After Shave (yes even the one you have been using for decades), Perfumes, Toothpaste, Shampoos, are just a few of the items in your home that may be contributing to illness.
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