A popular trend in the beauty industry these days is centered around the word: Organic.
As you have probably noticed, we live in a society where Healthy Living Activists (HLA) work tirelessly to educate us on becoming more conscious of what we use and consume. They throw around terms like GMO’s and BPA just to name a few.
GMO’s (Genetically Modified Organisms) allow farmers to change the original formula of the plant. For example, seedless watermelons are genetically modified.
BPA is related to the plastic used to package our food and drinks. We mostly hear BPA when activists talk about water bottles and heat.
The HLA seek to educate us to make better choices around what we consume and use in an attempt to help prolong our lives… as well as prevent diseases that stem from these and other (negative environmental) acronyms.
Therefore, the word “Organic” has become more popular and some think the word—Organic, means natural, whole, complete, or even fundamental.
Now…while we are conscious about what we put in our bodies, let’s be equally concerned about what we put on our bodies, especially our faces.
Did you know, our skin is our largest organ? So, when we are selecting the products to apply to our skin, we don’t want to carelessly use just anything.
So let’s discuss how to determine if the products you are using are actually Organic or if organic is just the name in the process.
If a product is actually organic, it should have the USDA ORGANIC seal of approval-on it.
If it does not have that seal of approval, then by law, in order to market something Organic, the manufactures simply have to put the word “Organic” somewhere in/on the product. However, this Organic symbol lets you know that the makers of the products:
Followed the protocol.
Took time to process the products appropriately.
Went through the full government inspection.
Therefore, the ingredients will do what they say they will do & are Organic.
Now, since you and your skin care choices are important to me, I desire for you to have the absolutely best products. My Semblance product line is actually made with Organic ingredients. With more than 15 Organic skincare products in the line, I stand 100% behind my products.
I personally advocate that you use Organic products when dealing with sensitive skin, sensitive skin care routines and when dealing with skin concerns such as Rosacea and Eczema.
From now on, when you enter the day spa and see the word Organic, I want you to remember how much quality care has been added to our products as a sign of how much we care about the health of your skin.
If you have questions about anything skin care related or you want additional information on Semblance, let us know. Please feel free to contact us with any of your skin care questions. You may reach us by phone at (615) 884-6744 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also remember, we offer courses once every 3 months – that teach you how to deal with issues such as Rosacea, Eczema, Hyperpigmentation, so please look at our events page on our Facebook and follow us on Instagram to see our upcoming classes and seminars.
We look forward to hearing from you.