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You Should Experience Indie Natural Cosmetics At Least Once In Your Lifetime And Here Is Why!

Updated: Oct 29, 2020

Natural cosmetics seems to be discussed more and more these days, but why? What is so special about natural cosmetics? What are natural cosmetics anyway?


First, let's look at the three buzzwords in the natural cosmetics world. Vegan, organic, and green are three terms that are synonymous with natural cosmetics, but what do they mean?


Here's a simple explanation of each: vegan simply means that the products contain no substances of animal origin (including honey and beeswax). Organic means that the products are completely free of synthetic colors, fragrance, dyes, pesticides, sulfates, parabens, and so on. Green or "sustainable" means that the products use natural ingredients produced from renewable raw materials.


So now that we've cleared that up, how can natural cosmetics measure up to their commercial counterparts, and what is their composition? Natural cosmetics use natural oils such as palm, coconut, argan, and avocado as substitutes for the toxic ingredients. Another substitute often found in natural cosmetics includes glycerine which is derived from palm oil.



So what should a natural cosmetic not contain, and why is it not good for me? Natural cosmetics should not include BHA, BHT, coal tar dyes, formaldehyde-releasing preservatives, aluminum, or DBP.


BHA and BHT are used as synthetic antioxidants and are commonly found in lipsticks and moisturizing creams. BHA and BHT are synthetic antioxidants that often disrupt the endocrine system.


Coal tar dyes include mixtures of petrochemicals. Coal tar dyes are often linked to cancer.


Formaldehyde-releasing preservatives are used in a multitude of cosmetics. Formaldehyde-releasing preservatives often release small amounts of formaldehyde which are carcinogens.


Aluminum is used in antiperspirants. Aluminum has been linked to breast cancer, osteoporosis, and Alzheimer's.


DBP or dibutyl phthalate is used as a solvent for dyes. DBP has been known to be toxic to human reproduction.


Why switch from mass-produced cosmetics to more natural cosmetics?


There are several reasons to switch, the first and most obvious being it's better for a person's long term health. Using natural cosmetics is kinder to the environment. Natural cosmetics are less likely to cause skin irritation or allergic reactions. For instance, glycerine which is used in soaps, pharmaceuticals, and cosmetics is an excellent moisturizer and has antimicrobial properties.


At Dipping Divas LLC., we have made natural cosmetics our motivation! We strive to provide our customers with products free from harmful toxins and strive to offer quality cosmetic products that leave our customers feeling beautiful and confident that what they are using on their bodies is safe. Click this link to get to know me and access exclusive deals and more https://page.co/CEa9U5!



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