Organic skin and hair care within your reach

I stumbled across this month in my search for organic skin care products.  It’s kind of a pain to hunt for these types of products because many claim to be organic but truly are not. helps sift through the clutter because natural doesn’t mean organic nor safe.

They make it easy to spot the benefits you’re looking for in the products with this handy icon guide.
From “Natural means the ingredient is just that. Natural. But that doesn’t mean it is organic, or organically grown. Lavender can be natural, but grown using pesticides, for example. We avoid ingredients that aren’t from natural, certified organic sources. If something is grown Biodynamically, it means that the oldest, most holistic methods of organic farming are used.


Take this Trilogy Certified Organic Rosehip Oil, for example.  Check out the page and all the helpful information about the product.

It’s packed with stats, skin benefits, even information about the company’s packaging materials (all biodegradable).

I also found a great deal to share with you.  Check it out and let me know what you try!

Save 15% on Natural Haircare

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