What should not be in the mouth, should not be on the skin
The use of natural cosmetics has become more and more popular together with the promotion of organic food and a nature-friendly lifestyle. Certain cosmetic companies have also begun to think about the sense of excessive use of artificial ingredients, as some cause allergies and are therefore only useful in small quantities, many of them harm the environment, and above all cause unnecessary suffering to laboratory animals.
It is safer to use
Natural cosmetics use natural ingredients, including fruit and vegetable extracts, non-comedogenic oils and natural skin cleansers. The use of such products is much safer, as allergic reactions are practically impossible. Many users report that they got better skin after switching to natural cosmetics. Popular explanations for this phenomenon are dominated by the belief that natural creams are full of vitamins that make the skin more supple, flexible and full of life.
The belief that natural cosmetics are expensive is a myth. It is true that there are prestigious providers, but we do not have to buy only their products. An excellent skin cleanser is green clay, which you can buy in large quantities at the pharmacy. For one mask, you will need one teaspoon of clay and some water. This means that you will need 100 grams of clay for 20 masks, and it is recommended that you clean your skin with it twice a week. It’s the same with natural oils, which cost 15 euros for a good deciliter, but this oil will be enough for at least half a year, since we have to be economical when using it. For sensitive skin with an oily T-zone, it is recommended to use non-comedogenic oils such as wheat germ oil, rice oil and grape seed oil. Comedogenicity is a criterion for the tendency to clog pores, so you should avoid comedogenic oils.
Also consider the environment
Cosmetics are a problem for the environment because they contain harmful substances. These on the cotton wool end up in landfills, and what we wash off ends up in drains and, consequently, even in rivers and the sea. Of course, only if we use cosmetics that contain harmful substances. Choosing natural cosmetics negates these dangers. Also, many providers of natural cosmetics are also advocates of fair trade, which means that they also care for the environment on a social level.