Why Organic Cosmetics need to be certified?
When God created the Earth, it came with natural ecosystem involving all organisms. This is a complicated and delicate system, which is crucial to the sustainability of our planet. The certified organic farming appreciates and respects this ecosystem and will not do anything to upset, master or dominate it. This will promote biodiversity and the balance of natural insecticides within the system. It will in turn minimize and hopefully eliminate our dependence on synthetic chemicals.
Organic cosmetics and skincare products are not something new to human beings. They have thousands of years of history and have been used by our ancestors since the very old days. These traditions have proven not only how effective these traditional recipes are, but also how good the natural organic ingredients are to our skin, our health and our planet’s ecosystem. They help you avoid being exposed to the dangers of known or unknown synthetics and chemicals, like preservatives and additives.
Daily life’s exposure to stress, pollution, tobacco, alcohol and sunlight will generate free radicals. They are associated with aging like wrinkles and grey hair and diseases. The high level of antioxidants available in organic ingredients will help you clean up free radicals and offers you anti-aging effects.
With the deeper knowledge and greater concern of customers over the ingredients, there’s a rise of demand in natural and organic skincare products. Some irresponsible manufacturers would choose to bold and highlight a few natural / organic ingredients of their products while covering up the majority which are not. Before legislation comes in to regulate the industry practice, customers may still be exposed to the risks of incomplete and inaccurate disclosure of product information. Organic certification by authoritative and independent organizations could help customers distinguish the truly natural and organic products from the pool of so-called natural organic ones.