This is one of the most asked questions :“How do I switch to organic products?”. I will start a series of posts in which I will provide some guidance on what to do and how to save time and money in your journey.

When I decided to switch to organic I had to avoid issues with greenwashing (lots of fake organic products that are put on the market by unscrupulous brands just to make money), find out what was available, try and test skincare – haircare and makeup.

In order to make your life easier here are some practical tips and tricks.

In the first video I will talk about the research: where to find the relevant info and avoid the fluff.

 

VIDEO:

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Useful resources: 

Reliable books:

No More Dirty Looks

Toxic Beauty

A Consumer’s Dictionary of Cosmetic Ingredients, 7th Edition: Complete Information About the Harmful and Desirable Ingredients Found in Cosmetics and Cosmeceuticals

 

Free resources (reputable blogs)

The Beauty Truth

EWG

EU Cosmetics Ingredients Database

 

 

 

I purchased the product with my money. It was NOT sent by PR and I did not receive any money to post this review.
 

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