Clean Beauty Routine with Amanda Jo of Organic Bunny

In simpler explanation, natural products defined as naturally produced substance from  a living organism—that is, found in nature and minimally processed. When pertaining to food, it is widely known that over processing can negatively affect the nutritional composition of a product. 

And as we all strive for a healthier lifestyle,  terms like “natural and “organic” can  greatly influence our buying decisions. Afterall, reducing carbon footprint is the best we can do to take part of the wellness trend as means of taking care of ourselves and our loved-ones. Taking our own initiative to look and understand the labels can truly help us what brands really means when using those terms.

When it comes to organic beauty products, using a natural alternative creates a sense of responsibility for both consumers and manufacturers. However, cosmetics made with organics ingredients cannot be easily determined as “safer” than those made with other sources. For example, many plants, whether or not they are organically grown, contain substances that may be toxic or allergenic. 

The term “organic” is regulated and oversees by the National Organic Program (NOP). The NOP regulations include a definition of “organic” and provide for certification that agricultural ingredients have been produced under conditions that would meet the definition. They also include labeling standards based on the percentage of organic ingredients in a product.

Companies and individuals who market cosmetics have a legal responsibility to ensure that their products and ingredients are safe for the intended use. 

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Finding the best and safe ingredients on beauty brands can be daunty and tough. Luckily, there are blogs and websites like Amanda Jo of Organic Bunny that provides the best information to help women find their best product match and live healthily and look beautiful. 

Such blog can help women reshape their dangerous makeup, skincare, and hair routines and create a beautiful look without the damaging effects of conventional beauty products. Amanda Jo of Organic Bunny believes that every woman should go through her beauty and skincare products and find out which might be responsible for causing health issues in the future.

You can find detailed reviews on Amanda Jo’s site on home products, skincare, makeup, and hair care. The Organic Bunny also provides tips for transitioning from a conventional “dirty” beauty routine to a clean alternative.

Here’s 3 simple ways to incorporate clean beauty in your routine:

1. Do your research. 

You can use thinkdirtyapp.com to help to identify the hazard score of the items you are currently using.  They have listing of verified brands that earns their green verified checkmark! They are dedicated for health-conscious consumers and  promotes commitment to your integrity of using the highest quality ingredients that are safe.

2. Evaluate and toss out.

Trim down products to essential. Determine products that you need to get rid of. Stay up to date and keep well informed. 

Some common beauty ingredients to avoid are parabens, fragrances, aluminum compounds, ethoxylated agents, formaldehyde, refined petroleum, hydroquinone, talc, triclosan, silica and oxybenzone.

3. Know your brand. 

Simplify the process by choosing a brand that focuses on clean beauty. Read the labels and get familiarized with skincare ingredients from A-Z.

Remember that clean beauty equates to maintaining less toxic products and more of natural beauty. Finding your match and preferred beauty products can be a matter of test and trial, confusing and complicated  but will definitely be worth all the hassle knowing you are not  using toxic products that can cause cancer or other problems.

One thought on “Clean Beauty Routine with Amanda Jo of Organic Bunny

  1. I absolutely love this post. So simple to understand and very handy! A few of these were new to me. Thanks for such an informative post, I have followed your blog and can’t wait to see your next post xx

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