Any skincare product that will be absorbed into the skin should strictly be organic. Lotion covers the vast majority of our body and will have the biggest absorption into our bloodstream. It’s important not to use anything that can have a negative effect in the long run!
Read those labels when buying skincare products!
Be sure to consider the label carefully and avoid any harmful unnatural ingredients before you lather on the lotion!
Lotion: I recommend using oils from a whole food source like coconut, jojoba, or apricot instead. These are not only less expensive than store bought lotions they also do a great job hydrating skin.
Moisturizer, serum or toners: You should be strict about the ingredients you’re using.
Cleansers, powder based makeup or make up wipes: Products which sit more topically on the skin are less of a health hazard. This is great to know because although I recommend using only organic skincare if you can, it’s always helpful to know where you absolutely should spend the money and where you can afford to scrimp a little.
Organic Product Lines I Love
I’ve been using Eminence and Rhonda Allison products for 15 years on myself and in my practice. They are the two brands that I approve of. They are not only all natural, they deliver results!
If you are interested in getting a full line of organic products, grab them when you come in for your facial or buy online.
Here Are Some of My Top Sellers
Citrus & Kale Potent C+E Serum$110.00
Clear Skin Probiotic Moisturizer$58.00
Coconut Age Corrective Moisturizer$58.00
Mangosteen Daily Resurfacing Concentrate$58.00
Marine Flower Peptide Eye Cream$96.00
Stone Crop Hydrating Mist$38.00
Strawberry Rhubarb Hyaluronic Serum$48.00
Tropical Vanilla Day Cream SPF 32$68.00