The advantages of organic beauty products patently outweigh those of chemical-infused products.
Today’s fast-paced life barely gives us the time to know the backstory of the kind of creams or shampoos we subject our skin and hair to. Especially when it comes to plant-derived products, we’re unaware about how the raw materials are farmed and what processes they go through before the finished product hits the shelves. These aspects, however, are given pivotal importance when it comes to manufacturing organic beauty and skincare products. When it comes to beauty, non-organic products contain biocide, nanosilver, triclosan, petrochemicals, phthalates, endocrine-hormone disruptors, cancerous agents and environmental pollutants. By taking the organic beauty route, you’re saving your skin and hair from damage.
Our brand embraces the organic power of plants and their botanical extracts and combines them with potent ingredients to produce concoctions that are free of sulphates, parabens, mineral oils or animal ingredients. We go the extra mile to ensure that our products are free of additives and chemicals that can cause hormonal dysfunctions, early puberty, increased chances of infertility and a host of other complications.
The concept of organic has ventured into fashion too. The sustainable fashion movement is something that we urge everyone to be a part of. Mass-production of clothing carried out by fast-fashion brands results in a gamut of waste—not just land, but also water. Similarly, if you’re a mother, choosing to opt for organic baby care is the most beneficial option for you. From nappies to shampoos and even oils, nurturing your child with organic products and food ensures that you’re shielding them from the harmful effects of any hazardous chemicals when they need that protection the most.
If you’re convinced to join the organic movement (we sincerely hope that you are), start today. Although the change cannot happen overnight, especially when it comes to food, taking steps is what matters. Let’s all strive to do our bit for the good of the environment, and ourselves.