DISCOVER THE BLISS OF NATURAL BODY CARE: EMBRACE SELF-LOVE AND RADIANT SKIN
Natural body care products can be found everywhere you look. But what does “natural” really mean? There is no legal definition of natural but there are a few things you can look for.
Why you should care
In your daily body care routine, you might use anywhere from two to a dozen different products. All these ingredients are absorbed by your skin and end up in your bloodstream so the more you know, the better.
Red flags in natural body care
- The term “made with” natural ingredients. That rarely means ALL natural.
- The term “fragrance”. This often means chemicals. Look for the phrase essential oils, or scent. Companies don’t have to disclose what is in a “fragrance”. You deserve to see ALL the ingredients so you can decide.
- Works “instantly”. You may be trying to avoid dry skin on your body, but don’t expect it to happen overnight. There may be improvement right away. But for healthy glowing skin, you must use a product consistently as directed for a period of time to see results.
Good signs in natural body care
- Certified by … Make sure you’ve heard of the third party (EWG Verified, MADE SAFE Certified, Leaping Bunny, USDA Organic). This means the brand has submitted proof to back up their claims.
- Only scented with essential oils. You can see this on the list of ingredients on the label.
- Watch it being made. Look at social media to see the formulator, the founder, and how they make the products.
Embrace self-love and radiant skin
We often put others’ needs before our own. The happiest, most productive people make sure to take care of themselves, so they have the energy to help others.
Now that you know what to look for to find natural body care products you can trust, you can give your body the TLC it needs. You can feel good about your body care journey and know that you deserve to have healthy and radiant skin.
Cindy Barberes is the founder of H. Honeycup, creator of natural body care products. They promote self-care, encourage a giving community and prefer a fun, relaxed culture which translates to their natural body care products. As a family affected by addiction, they donate clean beauty products to individuals in recovery from addiction with the hope that it helps them heal both body and mind naturally. They ask their community to suggest where they can donate which makes it personal. Find out more about where they donate. H. Honeycup is currently participating in the Conscious Beauty Collective.