Recently someone left me a question on my contact page saying, “I’ve been following your blog for awhile now and I want to go Organic, but how to start?!” and to answer that — First, THANK YOU so much for reading. Second, I’m so kilig that someone wants to go organic. And third, you inspired me to write a whole post about it!
Deodorant is an essential product that we use daily. Unfortunately, we are unaware that they are made with toxic ingredients that cause harm to our health.
Here are the Top 3 Toxic Ingredients Found in Deodorants:
I realized I’ve been blogging for a little over a month now, but I haven’t fully shared with you guys why I went organic. This is going to be a little bit of a more personal post but I hope you like it!
YEP. This is a topic that we girls often don’t want to talk about since no one wants to mention the “v-word” and its “embarrassing”. I can remember my high school teacher telling our class (I went to an all girls school), “Girls, what do you call your private parts? VAGINA! Not flower! Say it! Vaggggiiiiinaaaaa” and since then we were never uncomfortable anymore whenever we talked about it.
It is important to know that there are different organizations that can certify products to be organic. The strictness of the rules and regulations may vary from organization to organization since each of them have their own respective standards that they created.
Although I am loyal to organic products (exhibit A: my blog title), I would also like to share a bit about natural products in this blog. Natural products are also as good as organic products since they are also made with safe ingredients, however, they are not strictly regulated. Many of us probably confuse the two together, so here’s a quick summary of their differences
I discovered that a lot of the ingredients manufacturers use are not only harmful to my skin but also hazardous to my health. I have found that there are actually thousands of chemical ingredients used in our everyday products–here are the TOP 10 cosmetic ingredients that you should be aware of:
Organic is a word that we hear a lot these days — is often linked to other words such as natural, herbal, vegan, healthy among others. More often than not, when we hear that something is labeled organic, we immediately think, “oh, its herbal, its safe… I’ll buy it”