Organic Skin Care- Safety Always Comes First

by Kate

There are so many organic skin care products on the market as I always reiterate. So, don’t you find it weird when you buy an “organic milk soap” that’s colored pink? This obviously means it’s laden with coloring, perfumes and chemicals that you don’t really need. And they claim to be organic?

Apart from the colors, there is a more sure way of knowing that the product you are using is purely organic, and doesn’t have chemicals that cause you skin irritations, or worst, cancer. You can do that by searching for the compact for safe cosmetic seal. If they don’t have it on their website, they are sure to have it somewhere on their product information.

For those of you who don’t know, the Compact for Safe Cosmetics is an agreement started by Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, a nonprofit coalition effort dedicated to getting chemicals linked to cancer, birth defects and other health problems out of the market. You can check them at Campaign for Safe Cosmetics.

I was once curious about a product, and I wanted to try it out. But, for some reason, i couldn’t find the compact for safe cosmetic information. I went as far as emailing them about the inquiry. It’s best to exert a little effort, if it means your safety. Anyway, I got a reply, and they showed me what I wanted to find out. So, it was worth trying.

Did your organic skin care sign the compact for safe cosmetics?

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