Posts filed under: Cleanse

Ditch + Switch - Great Natural Alteratives to Conventional Nasties

Posted on May 04, 2015 | Posted under Bestseller, Cleanse, Cleanse Skincare, Ditch and Switch, Everything Balm, Ingredients to Avoid, natural + organic skincare boutique, Natural Skincare, nontoxic, Organic, Organic Skincare, Zoe Organics | Leave a Comment

Do you want to make the switch over to natural and nontoxic products for you and your family? Are you struggling to know where to start? Or what’s good and what’s bad?

You don’t need to throw everything out all at once, it can be a gradual process as things run out. But just make sure you are making a well informed choice for the next products you purchase.

We are going to start posting regularly with what you can swap in and out of your skincare regime to help take the guess work out of it.

Here's the first one:

Pawpaw ointments SWITCH TO Zoe Organics Everything Balm

 

Fermented pawpaw is good for you right? Yes, however sadly the most popular pawpaw ointment on the market contains a mere 4% pawpaw. That means the remaining amount is made up of mainly petroleum jelly, but also castor oil and canola oil. They claim it is a ‘safe’ petroleum. Safe petroleum? Sounds like an oxy-moron to me!

The Perfect Bright (nontoxic) Lipstick

Posted on March 23, 2015 | Posted under Bright lips, Cleanse, Cleanse Skincare, Ere Perez, Lipstick, Make up, Natural Make up, Natural Skincare, nontoxic, Organic, Organic Skincare, Studio 78 Paris | Leave a Comment

 

So, I told you I would let you know when I found a fabulous bright pink lipstick, to replace my favourite but nasty, full of chemicals bright pink lippy. And I have!!!

In fact I have found 2!!

But before I announce my exciting news, have you ever stopped to think about what is actually in your lipstick?

Every day we apply our lippy and then reapply and reapply again. Think about how many times per day you put lipstick on your lips. Now, think about where that lipstick goes, mostly it wears off as we eat and drink.

Studies show that an average woman consumes 2-4 kgs of lipstick over their life time.