The Aesthetics of Safe Cosmetics

Are our beauty products safe?

Most of us do not have second thoughts while buying cosmetics off the shelves. We just look for big brand names. Pause for a while, are these so called ‘transforming’ products turning us into a better or worse self? Do they have elements that we should stay away from?

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Toxins everywhere

Search on the web for any natural living blog, the first thing they will advocate is the use of safe cosmetics. It pays to be well informed about toxic elements present in our daily cosmetics.

  • Heavy metals like lead and arsenic are found in lipsticks, nail colours, whitening tooth paste etc. They can cause organ toxicity or even lead to cancer.
  • Triclosan is present in anti-bacterial products such as soaps and lotions. Its overuse can lead to hormonal or reproductive defects.
  • Formaldehyde which is a known carcinogen is also found in some beauty products.
  • Parabens commonly used in moisturisers and shampoos can easily penetrate skin and interfere with hormonal functions.

Every day we use these toxins as part of our cosmetics, totally unaware of their potential dangers. So while choosing cosmetics, always go for toxic free natural products.

 

Spare the animals

More than half of the world’s population are animal lovers. But has this love influenced our buying decisions, especially beauty products? There is an endless list of products that are first tested on animals. Animals are traumatised so that humans can be free from toxicity and skin irritations. It is unethical and outright cruelty to subject rats and pigs to such torture for safeguarding our lives. If it was our own pets, would we ever sanction it? We can put an end to this cruelty by deciding to buy cruelty free natural products. Let’s See about what is an osteopath

 

Go natural, be safe

Summing up, it can be said that being natural and buying natural products is the healthiest way to live. Let us decide to live and let live.