Natural Organic Skin Care
At Essential Boutique we truly believe in the power of organic, which is why we do everything we can to provide you with affordable and effective organic skincare which targets and works to help specific skincare problems and worries.
But organic ingredients aren’t just important when it comes to skincare, they’re also important when it comes to feeding our bodies and when it comes to looking after our planet. So, what really is the difference between organic and non-organic ingredients? And what exactly makes organic better?
WHAT IS AN ORGANIC PRODUCT
An organic product is one which has been produced without any man-made synthetics touching it or any of the ingredients within it.
WHAT IS A NON-ORGANIC PRODUCT
A non-organic product is one which has been produced with the assistance of synthetic chemicals such as man-made fertilisers helping its, or the ingredients within its, growth.
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ORGANIC AND NON-ORGANIC
The biggest difference between organic and non-organic ingredients is how they are produced. Organic foods such as fruit, vegetables, and crops are all produced without synthetic pesticides, fertilisers, and herbicides, as well as no genetically modified organisms or growth hormones.
This means that organic produce is grown in a way that is more natural, so that when we consume it, whether that is through feeding our skin or our stomachs, we are only giving ourselves the good stuff, rather than all the added additives and potentially harmful chemicals that sit on non-organically produced ingredients.
WHY ARE ORGANIC INGREDIENTS BETTER FOR YOU
Organic ingredients have so many benefits from providing a healthier diet, to glowing skin.
When it comes to skincare, our ancestors had been using natural and organically produced ingredients for centuries before any form of synthetic pesticides or chemicals came about. This is because they work. Although some products that use synthetic ingredients may boast to be fast acting with quicker results, they also have the ability to potentially damage your skin.
Popular synthetic ingredients that are often found in cosmetics such asSodium Lauryl Sulfate and synthetic fragrances and colours can cause irritation, including dryness and redness because they are not designed to work alongside our skin.
Organically produced ingredients are designed to work in harmony with our skin, reducing irritation and protecting our skin barrier to deliver long lasting results rather than quick fixes.