These days the products that we use can be very toxic. At this point, it might be better to wash your face with water. However, there are some organic skin care products out there that won’t destroy your skin. Natural skin care products are something you should invest in if you are really serious about clear skin.
Organic Skin Care Products
Freeman Beauty started out in 1976 in Los Angeles as a company that wanted to create fun, nature-inspired products. They specialize in facial masks, dry shampoos, and footcare products. Freeman beauty uses a range of natural ingredients eg Almond, Aloe, Avocado, Charcoal, Coco Butter, Dead Sea Minerals and loads more. They have a whole list from A-Z on their website. Their products are suitable for all types of skin which normally cost $10 and under. I would say that Freeman Beauty is more popular for their face masks more than anything and I see them all over Pinterest.
2.Aztec Healing Clay
Aztec Healing Clay is a powder that is made from 100% natural calcium bentonite clay, which is known for its amazing properties that can be used for beauty purposes. Once mixed with water and apple cider vinegar, this clay can be used as skin and hair mask. Some of its benefits are drawing out toxins, eliminating acne, helps with oily skin, moisturizes hair and reduces frizz plus more benefits. I use Aztec Healing Clay on my hair once a month and on my skin every 2 weeks. It’s a great organic skin care products that everyone should at least try once. You can get it on Amazon for just $10!
Body shop started out in Brighton, England in 1976 selling skin care products. Now they also sell body and make-up products as well as perfumes which are all 100% vegetarian. Some of their skin care lines include Aloe Vera, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Seaweed and Camomile. Body Shop only uses the finest ethically-sourced ingredients in their products which are not tested on animals. Right now they are aiming to reduce their environmental footprint and they are reducing the amount of plastic they use. Their product prices range from $10 – $20 typically and last from 3-9 months. Personally, I think it is a great investment. They are perfect for a natural skin care routine.
4.African Black Soap
African Black Soap originates from West Africa and has now become popular worldwide. It is typically used to get rid of acne but it also has lots of other benefits. It has antibacterial properties, reduces fine lines, soothes skin irritation and helps with scars and stretch marks. African Black soap is an organic skin care product suitable for all skin types. I have dry skin so I don’t use it every day but I do use it every 2 days and it doesn’t leave my skin feeling really dry. African Black soap works best as a bar of soap but you can also use products like face washes. Make sure whatever you buy is 100% natural otherwise it could be a ripoff and damage your skin.
Alaffia was founded in 2003 by a young man from Togo, West Africa and a young woman from Washington. Their aim is to redefine the natural products industry through its values of Beauty, Equality and Empowerment, fair trade and safe products. They have a range of face, body, and hair products that use coconut, shea butter, African black soap, lavender, and passion fruit. I think Alaffia is a very special company trying to do amazing things around the world using the money they make from their products. Their products range from $10-$20 which I think is personally reasonable.
6. Witch Hazel
If you haven’t heard about witch hazel, you’re absolutely missing out. Witch hazel is a tree-like plant that originated from North America and parts of Asia. It especially great for oily skin, tighten pores; reduces inflammation; fights acne; and improves skin tone. I would recommend giving this product a try, even if you have dry skin, because many people have seen a drastic change when they have used it. It is also super cheap.
7. Pure Castile Soap
Castile soap is a non-toxic, biodegradable soap that has lots of benefits. It gently cleanses without toxins; helps oily skin; is naturally hydrating; safe for sensitive skin and eases eczema, psoriasis & more.
That’s all for today. Organic skin care products are something that more people need to invest in. Even though some of the products might be a bit more expensive they are something you should definitely try. I hope this post helped you make your choice on what you want.
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