You may have noticed that one of the main selling points of organic or natural skincare products is that they are Paraben and SLS free, amongst others. Apart from the fact that these are said to be toxic ingredients suspected of being carcinogenic because of their ability to penetrate into our system with long term usage, how exactly are they damaging for our skin? Let’s find out with some information I’ve gathered from various sources.
Having used Trilogy Certified Organic Rosehip Oil for eight weeks now, it’s time I review the product and also let you know how this product stacks up against Renew Certified 100% Organic Rose Hip Oil which I was using end of last year.
Facts on Trilogy Certified Organic Rosehip Oil
Trilogy Certified Organic Rosehip Oil is extracted from the seeds and fruit of certified organic, wild-grown rosehips and contains a powerful blend of natural nutrients including 80% essential fatty acids (oleic, linoleic and linolenic), vitamin E and the antioxidant lycopene, all well known for their ability to promote skin repair and rejuvenation of skin cells.
There are a couple of selling points for Lavera SPF40 Neutral Sunblock. This is a 100% mineral based high SPF sunblock made with carefully selected organic ingredients and is specifically developed for people suffering from allergies, and extremely sensitive skin. It is certified as vegan and 100% free from synthetic filters, perfumes, colourings, preservatives as well as flower extracts, herbal extracts and essential oils. In addition, it provides UVA, UVB and even UVC sunblock protection and is waterproof.
When I first used Sukin Organic Botanical Body Wash, I wasn’t wowed by it. While it had a refreshing smell, but I found it less than intoxicating enough for me. However, this body wash gets better with each bath.
I actually grew to love the enriched aromatic botanicals aroma, a combination of tangerine, mandarin, lavender and vanilla extract therapeutic oils. And if we compare the price of this vs other organic or botanical body wash, this is definitely worth the price tag.