Why is everyone switching to natural beauty products?

Why is everyone switching to natural beauty products?

Today we are not going to offer a quick a natural skin care recipe but instead, we are going to discuss an issue which is the driving force behind the billion-dollar natural beauty movement.

Each and every one of us is actually ‘addicted’ to all chemical-based beauty products available commercially. Isn’t it? Yes, it is the bitter truth. The obsession of getting one’s hands on the latest products available in the market is never-ending. The luster of the shiny advertisements of the beauty products melts the hearts of one and all. But has anyone even and ever given a slight thought about the harms of using such chemical products?

Applying the chemical based beauty products is similar, in fact, is much more harmful than ingesting chemicals through food. Let’s just open our brains for a while. ‘Skin’ is the largest organ of our body. It absorbs nearly 60-70 percent of whatever we feed, that is applied, to it. When we put a beauty product on our skin, it gets absorbed and makes its way into our bloodstream and hence, reaches tissues and organs. Now, you can very well imagine the impact of the dangerous chemicals we are actually ‘feeding’ to ourselves.

Application of unnatural and toxic products makes us toxic too. No wonder that allergies, hypersensitivity issues, hormonal imbalances and infertility have seen a tremendous spurt in the last few decades. Our bodies are becoming home to endless chemical and toxins through pollution, environment, and exposure to insecticides, pesticides and herbicides. These basically fail no chance to cause health issues and imbalances. A number of health ailments like asthma, headaches, endocrine and immune disruptions, respiratory issues, organ toxicity and developmental problems are bound to the usage of chemicals.

Once you take a look at the ingredients used in your shampoo, conditioner or moisturizer, you will realize that you don’t actually require 15 or 30 different chemicals. Do you? Beauty companies just can add whatever chemical seems fit to them in their products and these are not reviewed before they are available commercially. The most common chemicals found in your cosmetic/household products are phthalates, lead, aluminum, sodium lauryl sulfate, parabens and the list goes on.

It is high time that you make a slow transition from

chemical-based products to natural products. With natural beauty products at Rilevare, your health will be considered the topmost priority.

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