It's easy to have healthier skin. Naturally!
You may be like many other people who are starting to think about what they are putting on their bodies. It's been happening for a while now.
You have an idea of what kind of food is good for you, right? You also get that being active is a good thing. So ... what about the stuff you put on your body every single day? Ummm.
At h. honeycup, we want you to feel good about what you're putting on your body. It shouldn't be a mystery, although sometimes reading labels is a challenge.
We hear questions like:
"Should everything be organic?"
"Are all chemicals bad?"
"What is safe to use on my body?"
First, if ALL ingredients are not clearly listed, you should wonder why. Simple. Next, it's nice if all ingredients are organic but many ingredients (even some chemicals) are safe even if they aren't organic. Look for clear descriptions of ingredients and why they are being used.
Remember, when you feel good on the outside, you have confidence on the inside. With a little information, you can make good, easy choices for yourself. Check out our ingredient list for more details.
Let us know what you think about our ingredients on Instagram or at firstname.lastname@example.org. We'd love to hear from you.
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Don’t be fooled by the statement “all natural”
Many brands have been suspected of “greenwashing”. Since it’s becoming more important for many consumers to choose products that are healthy, brands have become clever in their marketing.
There is no official definition of “natural” skincare so be careful of these claims. Remember, the label reveals the true ingredients so always review the label. Ingredients are listed in descending order of concentration.
Upcycling creates less trash by reusing and transforming the containers and other things you already have. Brilliant! The examples below save you money and if your items are biodegradable at least they don’t end up floating in the ocean.
- use old fabric and towels as drop cloths or rags
- reuse paper in packages you receive for future packages you ship
- get a refill on liquid products
- repurpose skincare and cosmetic containers
Upcycling bottles, jars, paper tubesFirst try to get refills of your products so the original container lives on. Afterward remove the label from glass using rubbing alcohol, sterilize and use for countless things. The possibilities are endless.
- DIY skincare ingredients
- organize craft materials
- store tea or spices
- portable water spray
- a vase
- DIY bath oil blends
- row of vases
- travel size toiletries
- store sand from fave beach
Paperboard tubes (sanitize first)
- plant seeds
- use it as a little gift box
- battery candle holder