Determining a Certified Organic Product

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Let us say that you are in a beauty shop where all products are well-aligned, by brands, and any kinds of eye-catching products are displayed. As a consumer, you have to spot the better, because it might not really be the best product most especially for your skin care. You have to see to it that the product that you have chosen is a certified organic.

There are advantages in using organic products over the regular ones. Safety measures must be the top priority in your list most particularly for users with sensitive skin. Now, how will you know if it is really a certified organic product?

Check the label first. There is a labeling guidelines presented by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the international organic certification organization which is the ECOCERT. The product should have 100% organic label and has the USDA Organic Seal with the certifying agent’s name and address. But be very careful because sometimes products are being labeled as ‘green’ or ‘organic’ but are still packed with synthetics.

Read the ingredients. It is a certified organic product if it contains at least 95% of the organically produced ingredients which excludes the water and salt. The list of ingredients should be read from top to bottom to determine the exact ingredients used. I mean, read and understand the list written.

Identify your irritants. As a customer choosing a product, it should not just be an organic one. There should also be an assurance that what you will be consuming and applying on your skin everyday will not be harmful to you. Other products have heavy contents of chemicals that may not be good to your skin.

Organic products are usually made up of herbs and leaf extracts that keep the entire skin its natural glow. Being adequately educated about determining a certified organic product will reveal your natural health and vitality.

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