on Jun 23, 2010 @ 01:51 pm|
As you may have seen on the blog, I recently went to bodyFood in Toronto to test out some of their 100% natural aromatherapy products. Looking at the natural ingredients got me thinking about what chemicals are in the products I use!
How important are ingredients to you when choosing new products? Are you into products made from natural ingredients??
|Always........... on Jun 23, 2010 @ 08:57 pm|
and I'm a rabid user of essential oils, along with pure carrier oils. At the moment, I've got 5 bottles of hydrosols (lavender, neroli, ylang ylang, rose (I use as a toner and to remove eye make up remover residue) and 1 other), 3 bottles of carrier oils - 1 liter of unrefined hemp oil, 1 bottle of calendula oil and 1 bottle or arnica - and about 18 bottles of essential oils themselves. All this stuff we used for hair care, skin care and first aid, on a regular basis. I couldn't live without them!
|I want to start on Jun 24, 2010 @ 02:55 pm|
Well, I still use regular products from time to time, but recently I've been buying more natural cleansers and exfoliators. I like how I can actually read the ingredients instead of reading something like dioxysulfate. So, I started investing in iviscents. They have pretty cool stuff.
|All the time on Jul 07, 2010 @ 09:20 am|
I always use natural products.Even for pain management Id rather use a chili plaster,or essential oils,witch Hazel etc I just feel better using these instead.They also work so much better.They also smell great!
|Sometimes on Jul 08, 2010 @ 10:21 am|
I believe that natural products are probably better than products with chemicals but right now, I don't go out of the way to use natural ingredients. But if the two options were in front of me, I would go for the natural one.
Ali de Bold
|Yes on Jul 08, 2010 @ 12:49 pm|
I always choose natural or organic over synthetic when I have the choice. Of course some products are so awesome I almost don't care what's in them, but when it comes to bath and body products I definitely prefer natural.
In the end, anything that's on the market has to pass the muster so I'm not convinced buying synthetic products is so bad it's just a personal preference for me and a growing trend with consumers.