What Does it Actually Mean to Use “Natural” Skincare Products?
Ever since clean beauty started to become the demand of the industry, brands have been using buzz-words like “natural” to describe products that aren’t necessarily clean or natural by any means.
If the claim doesn’t match the ingredient list, you know you’re looking at a deceptive marketing strategy!
Natural skincare means that the ingredients to make the formula are naturally-derived from the earth, like herbs, essential oils, and plants.
If it’s truly natural, you won’t find any synthetic or artificial ingredients when you check the label.
Natural skincare is not only gentle on your skin, but it is safe to use on your body since the ingredients aren’t toxic to your health.
What Does Organic Skincare Mean?
When you see organic skincare, that means that each ingredient in the formula has been grown using organic growing methods. It’s grown without pesticides, chemicals, parabens, and so on so that you can have the peace of mind that the products you’re using are 100% clean.
At Rosy Lana, each ingredient we use is sourced from ethical farmers that grow without the use of pesticides or chemical fertilizers to give you the purest product we can.
We choose our ingredients based on freshness, potency, and quality because skincare is your first layer of defense; it should protect you rather than cause any harm.
We’re transparent with what’s inside our products and how our products are made, which is just one reason why you can put your trust in the clean beauty industry!