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Where to Shop Certified Organic Skin Care for Your Skin Type


You wouldn’t knowingly ingest a carcinogen, but that’s exactly what you could be doing when slathering on certain skin care products. There are tons of sneaky names for scary chemicals and ingredients listed on the back of your moisturiser bottle, and everything inside that bottle gets absorbed by your skin. Sounds a little scary, right? That’s why the organic skin care industry is growing at the speed of light; the more we start to learn about what we’re ingesting, the more we’re demanding better and healthier products. It’s not hard to label your products organic, but “certified organic” gives products a level of consumer confidence that’s hard to beat. Read on to find out how to sort through the chaos, and find the right certified organic skin care for your unique skin.


1. Labels

Your first rule of thumb when searching for the best, certified organic skin care products is to learn how to read labels. While we might be masters at decoding sneaky food labels (I see you, “evaporated cane juice” and “high-fructose corn syrup”), but most of us rarely—or ever—look at skin product labels. Learn what the worst offenders are when it comes to skin care ingredients, and look for key certifications that help bolster a brand’s claims, like “certified organic”, “cruelty-free”, and “vegan”.

2. Reputation

Even in the skin care world, there are brands more reputable than others—for good reason. Check out organic skin care bloggers and find out the most recurring names to help give you a start; they’ll be brands that pass the test of stringent beauty bloggers, so you know that they’re effective. While reputation definitely isn’t the be-all, end-all, it’s a great place to start in an industry full of half-baked promises and claims.


3. Skin Type

Obviously, your skin type is a crucial factor when it comes to shopping for certified organic skin care. Skin types generally range from dry to oily to combination, but there are tons of other ways your unique skin can react to products and ingredients. Your best bet is to get your skin professionally evaluated so that you know exactly what types of products to look for, and then use your label-expertise and brand reputation to find your new, healthy skin care routine.


4. Research

At the end of the day, you’re going to need to get good at research; the organic skin care industry is relatively new but growing incredibly fast, and new organic brands are popping up every day. Plus, with the increase in online shopping and availability, it’s easy to become overwhelmed with all the options out there. Take your time in choosing certified organic products that are right for you, and try products one at a time (instead of buying a new line all at once) to make sure your skin doesn’t react negatively to them. When it comes to your body’s largest organ, you just can’t be too careful.

5. Online

Online shopping is growing exponentially, and it’s not hard to see why. Why bother with pesky sales associates and lines when you can order what you need from the comfort of your own home? The only drawback is that pretty much anyone and everyone can sell their wares online to unsuspecting shoppers; it’s important to limit your skin care shopping to reputable brands and websites that won’t leave you with a painful rash—or worse. Stick to trustworthy and results-driven brands like L’Occitane to get your healthiest and most beautiful skin, without any of the scary additives and chemicals.

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