AT A GLANCE
WHAT IT ISToxic skincare products are out, and natural ingredients are in.
WHAT IT DOESThrowing out your old, toxic skincare products can be easier said than done, but we are here to help you every step of the way. There are a bunch of different products out there that have parabens and sulfates that can cause cancer, but slowly switching your routine to natural and vegan based products will give your skin a nice and fresh start.
With the extra time on our hands, it’s time to get a head start on that annual spring cleaning and I know exactly where you should start! It’s time to clean out and upgrade your skincare products with natural, green skincare products. With the time spent at home, it is the perfect time to show yourself some TLC and transition your skincare routine by committing to the New Natural! You probably know by now that we’re all about The New Natural® — our commitment to providing the safest, cleanest, non-toxic natural skincare products without compromising efficacy. We believe that beauty, like food, should be a health choice. But, we can’t expect that our socially responsible mantra alone can immediately persuade people to toss out their cherished toxic skincare products. Not after the hours spent justifying the price tag or pseudo dependence on the quick zit-zapping. Even if you know about the Environmental Working Group’s Skindeep Database, which assesses the toxicity of ingredients in 65,000+ cosmetic products and you’re fully aware that parabens, sulfate, oxybenzone and other nasty chemicals can cause cancer and other serious diseases. It can still be difficult to end your relationship with your all-time *favorite* anti-aging moisturizer. We’re here with you each step of the way. No more excuses, no more justifications. Rip off the band-aid and throw out the toxic. Out with the old and in with The New Natural®.
What About The Zit-Zapping And Wrinkle-Blasting?
It’s an outdated mis-assumption that natural skincare products can’t compete with their synthetic counterparts. Synthetic chemicals are used to cheapen production costs and extend shelf life, not improve product efficacy. We’ve listed recognizable power ingredients to demonstrate that they can be derived from botanicals and found in natural skincare products that work.