Benefits of Organic Cosmetics | Guest Post

January 19, 2017
How often do you actually take the time to analyse the label of your personal care products? We all get easily seduced by advertisers, amazing results we can achieve with certain products or discounts in drug stores. Too often we overlook what’s really important, our health. An increasing number of consumers decide to turn to all natural products to avoid harmful chemicals, minimise the negative impact on the environment and become more eco-aware. There’s more to it: read on to find the benefits of organic cosmetics.

It’s cruelty-free

Natural cosmetics are not tested on animals and are generally produced in a more ethical process. Most of them have the leaping bunny logo, so they are easily recognisable. However, don’t get fooled by brands that have a label saying “dermatologically tested” since that doesn’t necessarily exclude animal testing. Natural cosmetics are tested in laboratories by experts, and no animals are involved in the process.

It’s eco-friendly

Conventional cosmetic brands care less about the impact on the environment right from the very start – when farmers harvest the ingredients and choose to use pesticides in the process. This severely damages the soil. If you turn to natural and organic cosmetics, you’re supporting a more rational and respectful approach to using earth’s resources. The manufacturing process is cleaner: from chemical-free farms to reusable packages of the products in the end.

It provides you with long-term results

Natural products usually take more time to start showing results, but they are absolutely worth it. Some of them can provide you with the instant glow but more importantly – they help your skin detoxify and recover from any previous damage. Deep cell regeneration is ensured with natural ingredients. For example, avocado oil is perfect for hydration, black pepper is antimicrobial and makes a great toner, organic products with paw paw fruit are packed with vitamins and antioxidants, olive oil is used for softening the skin, etc.

It’s all natural and healthy

Most of the cosmetics on the market are packed with harsh chemicals that give you great instant results but damage your skin and health in the long run without you even realising it. From parabens and sulphates to phthalates and artificial fragrances – there are a lot of harmful chemicals you should stay away from. These are linked to numerous diseases such as skin conditions, lung dysfunctions, nervous system disorders, and even cancer. Natural and organic products are safe to use as they are derived from 100% natural ingredients. You can even smell the difference: conventional products contain harsh perfumes while natural ones have essential oils and specifically concentrated aromas that soothe your senses.

It directly addresses your skin’s needs

Natural cosmetics are suitable for all skin types. Despite the popular misconception, the market for natural cosmetics is both broad and diverse. You’re not limited to using one type of foundation or mascara: there are various brands out there, and you can easily find the products perfect for you.
Rest assured, these products won’t cause breakouts or skin irritations as they are hypoallergenic. If you’re looking for the best anti-age formulas, look no further than natural ones: most common organic mineral ingredients include three types of oxide – titanium, zinc, and iron. These provide SPF protection and prevent premature ageing. Add vitamin C that’s found in most of the products, and you’ll end up with youthful looking skin.

It’s budget-friendly

And last, but not least – natural cosmetics are not expensive. The usual renowned brands use their reputation to increase the prices while high-quality natural products of less known brands take a different approach and offer competitive prices that are more wallet-friendly.
If you take a look at the numerous benefits of using organic cosmetics, there’s really no reason not to switch to these clean formulas. Your skin will reward you with a beautiful look while you’ll become more aware of the impact the cosmetics industry is making on the environment.
Mia x
*Disclaimer – Mia Taylor is a fashion and beauty enthusiast from Sydney, and writer for She loves writing about her life experiences. Travelling and enjoying other cultures and their food with her husband is a big part of her life. She is always on a lookout for new trends in fashion and beauty and considers herself an expert when it comes to lifestyle tips. Twitter | Facebook

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