Tuesday, 9 September 2008

Organic Skin Care

Organic skin care and organic personal care are not legally regulated in the same way as organic food and drink. Skincare and toiletries can be called organic and natural, even if they contain a tiny percentage of organically grown ingredients. The only way to be sure that the product you are using is genuinely organic is to use products that are 100% natural or certified organic by an independent organic body.
Organic skincare certified according to Soil Association organic standards which are among the strictest in the world for organic beauty products can be confidently used. Other organic certification bodies include Ecocert (France), BDHI (Germany) and USDA (USA). Few companies have achieved organic skin care certification status, companies such as Primavera, Sophyto and Trevarno.

The Soil Association's and other certificators organic standards are that beauty products should be ethical, chemical-free and as organic as possible. In particular, the Soil Association ensures that any products carrying its logo not only use organically grown ingredients where available, but also do not contain the toxic and harmful chemical substances that Naturisimo is strongly against.
Certain brands such as Alkaitis, Suki or Organic Apoteke are recommended because though not organic certified as such, they are 100% natural, contain organic certified ingredients and are entirely free of harmful chemicals. Why not visit Naturisimo.com today to discover an amazing collection of organic certified skin care and truly natural skin care brands?