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The Organic Make-Up Company

If you're mindful about what you eat and the levels of synthetic chemicals found in your food, then you're probably also conscious about what you put on your body.

Up to 60% of what is applied to the skin soaks through to the blood vessels where it is processed by the liver. The rest is absorbed by the skin or evaporates away. That's why it's so important not to use products that contain chemicals.

I discovered The Organic Make-up Company. They are committed to providing all natural products that are prepared with pure, simple, and natural ingredients. Absolutely no synthetic or petroleum derived ingredients have been used in any of their products. Also, all of their products don't contain any animal ingredients, and of course, have not been tested on animals.

They have a whole line of skin care products including exfoliant cleansers that help to slough off dead skin cells, and face creams that contain antioxidant and nutrient-rich oils to lock in moisture.

Organic Make-up Company also has a make-up line including all of your staples: foundation, concealer, blushing powder, wet/dry eyeshadow, lip gloss, mascara, and even all natural make-up remover.

All of their products are very reasonably priced, considering they're made with all natural ingredients. And since your skin is the largest organ on your body, you'll want to do all you can to take care of it.

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vrico2005 vrico2005 8 years
I agree with what has already been said. Great points...
bots bots 8 years
while the FDA is cracking down on the definition of what organic food is, they have yet to bring down the hammer on personal care/skin care companies. unfortunately, the great message of having organic product and its benefits to our environment is being lost in a vast marketing scheme that every major company is currently exploiting in some way or another. your best bet, as FitSugar said, is to avoid non-renewable resource additives in your personal care products. look for eco-friendly packaging to boot. if you are really adamant about finding organic skincare and make-up, you can always make your own. any ingredient in a truly organic product is something you can find and combine yourself with a little practice. if interested, you can read more about the "organic" false-label on beauty products here. -------------- the punch is physics, the meaning is philosophy.
Fitness Fitness 8 years
I hear what you're saying. You just have to watch out for petroleum and mineral oil - they're bad for your skin.
cgmaetc cgmaetc 8 years
Umm... it has to have SOME type of preservative in order for it have a decent shelf-life and not grow organisms in the tubes! This whole "organic" and "all-natural" wave for make up and skin care product is a marketing scam. If they were all-natural, then they would have to be refrigerated at all times, like milk or meat. -the ceeg
HariboLicorice HariboLicorice 8 years
I feel like Organic is a huge rip off since 99% of the time it still contains additives- except for that the animals that the additives were derived from (before they were combined with all the other chemicals in the stuff) ate food fertilized with real genuine cow dung instead of pesticides. Not worth seeking out imho.
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