Is Phenoxyethanol a Harmful Preservative?

Phenoxyethanol is a colorless liquid with a floral scent, and commonly used as a preservative that prevents bacterial growth and product soilage. Since its has widespread use arcoss the skincare industry, phenoxyethanol has come under scrutiny with claims that it is harmful. While parabens have proven to be harmful in skincare products, phenoxyethanol has not.

Detox & Rebloom: Spring Skin Invigioration

Made From Earth’s organic skincare products are free from harsh chemicals and synthetic ingredients that can irritate your skin. They harness the power of natural ingredients, which are gentle yet effective in: Exfoliating: Buff away dead skin cells that contribute to winter dullness. Made From Earth offers a variety of exfoliating options, like their Green Tea Facial

The Organic Renaissance: How Evolving Regulations are Reshaping the Organic Skincare Landscape

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The year 2024 marks a turning point for the skincare industry. Fueled by growing consumer awareness of harmful ingredients in skincare products and stricter regulations like the Modernization of Cosmetics Regulation Act (MoCRA) in the US, the demand for safe and transparent beauty solutions is booming. This shift presents a unique opportunity for the organic

Understanding Harmful Chemicals in Skincare

The risks associated with harmful chemicals in skincare are diverse and can impact different aspects of our health. For instance, parabens, commonly used as preservatives, have been detected in breast cancer tissues, raising concerns about their potential links to hormonal disruptions and cancer development. Sulfates, known for their foaming properties, may strip the skin of

The Truth Behind Women Putting an Average of 168 Chemicals on Their Bodies Each Day

Did you know that women put an average of 168 chemicals on their bodies each day? These chemicals come from various sources, including personal care products, cosmetics, and cleaning agents. A recent study conducted by a consumer group has shed light on this alarming fact, raising concerns about the potential health risks associated with these