Basic Organic Skin Care Guide
When choosing organic skin care products you have to check the labels for USDA Certified Organic Seal. This seal tells you that the product that you purchased has passed the USDA guidelines that determine if the product contains organic ingredients or not. Other countries in Europe also issue a certified organic seal to some skin care products. If you plan to use these products, remember that their testing is not the same as the testing methods conducted by the USDA. Check the label for the USD Certified Organic seal just to be on the safe side.
Another thing you have to look out for when buying organic products is the ingredients used. From simply checking the ingredients, you can already see if there are chemicals added to it. Some of the most common ingredients you will find in organic skin care products include all natural plant extracts and essential oils. Products labeled ‘all-natural’ are not always made using only natural ingredients. Check the labels carefully before buying.
Too much fragrance is a good indicator that the product you are holding is non-organic. Choose fragrance-free products or products that barely have any smell to ensure that you are getting a good product.
Simplify and Guide Your Skin Care Routine
To make sure you really get the most out of your organic skin care products, its best to keep your beauty regimen simple. Get rid of products that your skin does not need. Don’t fall into traps that advertising companies place in front of you every day. You don’t need 10 different creams, 10 soaps, and 10 shampoos. Often the best skin care routines are the simplest.