Is There A Difference between All-Natural and Organic? By Jerzy George
All- natural,organic, made from natural ingredients - with all of these popular terms floating around shelf spaces, how do you know which skin care products are good for your skin? Is there a difference between all-natural and organic? How can you be sure that a product is really made from quality ingredients? Below, you will find some information that will help to clear up the organic and all-natural confusion.
All natural products are slightly tricky. You see, nearly everything on the planet is derived from a natural source at one point or another. Even chemicals can fit into the "all-natural" category if they were taken from a natural source as some time or another. Thus, any skincare product that claims to be"all-natural" may be entirely composed of natural products…but this doesn't mean that it's good for your skin.
All organic products must adhere to certain governmental laws. According to the country that the product is manufactured (and sold in) in, this product must meet all organic standards. These standards changes per country, though they all adhere to one basic rule - a product must be safe enough for human consumption. So, products that claim to be organic could (technically) be consumed without harm.
Choosing Your Products
Why should you be careful when choosing skincare products? Well, for starters, some chemically concocted products can actually cause your skin to age faster. Otherwise, you should take the time to choose only organic products based upon the sheer fact that your skin will absorb anything that you put on it.
In short, if you slather your skin with chemicals… you can expect these chemicals to mix with your blood causing a lot of complications. Take the time to read those labels. Being choosy about your skincare products may seem like a lot of trouble, but your skin will benefit from your careful planning.
When in doubt, head to a manufacturer's website for details. Most companies will add ingredient lists to their web pages. If you cannot find your product, go ahead and contact the company. Those manufacturers that want to promote their products will be happy to share ingredient information with you. Those that don't… well, it's best to stay away from those products altogether.
Now that you know the difference between organic and all-natural, you can start to look around at those products you have inside of your home. If some of your skincare product ingredients elude you, consider replacing them with organic alternatives - this method might be pricey, but it will be worth it.
In the long run, it will pay to focus on your skin. After all, your skin is the one thing that reflects your true physical health. When your skin looks old and tired, you will look old and tire – no matter how old you really are. If you want to stay looking younger, make sure to pay attention to your skincare products. Your skin is the only skin that you will ever have, so make sure to take very good care of it
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