How To Choose Organic Skin And Beauty Products Do you eat organic food, but never think twice about the chemicals in the personal care products you use on your skin? It’s not easy to find organic skin care and beauty products, but environmentalist and author Anna Lappe has expert tips. How To Choose Organic Skin And Beauty Products You may be unpleasantly surprised to learn that unlike food there is no government certified labeling program for organic ingredients in skin care and beauty products. So how can you tell …

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  1. #1 by ricebeauty at April 28th, 2008

    Rice germ cream moisturizer of J.Angel Rice is choosen to be product showcase of UNDP in 2007.

  2. #2 by JuciShockwave at July 15th, 2008

    That video didn’t teach me anything. Just gave me a link and that’s it. This isn’t a video about “How To Choose Organic Skin And Beauty Products”, but a video about “Here is a link good luck”. :/

  3. #3 by Deenanemily at February 23rd, 2009

    Certain things are regulated, and the truth in labeling are listed. Read your labels. Even the web site may be surprised at the flaws it is reporting.

  4. #4 by TheillQueenBee at May 1st, 2009

    the video actually does tell you a lot. when choosing skin care/ beauty products, you must check the ingredients and AVOID parabens (methyl, propyl) which are artificial preservatives.. a cheap way for products to keep their shelf life. and phalates. also mineral oil (though it sounds like something good) is very bad bad bad. artificial dyes also. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! SO important. we are just finding out how bad these ingrediats are for our skin and overall health

  5. #5 by simsjksjm at May 28th, 2009

    she sounds really mad! I thought this video was going to talk about good organic products to use….but o’well

  6. #6 by barfgreenrulz at June 4th, 2009

    The link is so helpful. I use it to look up ingredients in my products and figure out if it’s a “good” product or not. I encourage everyone to go on and find out the common ingredients that are bad and try to avoid them!

  7. #7 by hobosneakers12 at June 7th, 2009

    and also don’t use products tested on animals!

    They don’t just apply a little lotion to the animal and let it be on its way…they actually tear them apart, burn their eyes with chemicals and kill them when testing is done because the animals (primarily rabbits, which are used in most testing) go insane from the long periods of torture…

    So,please, go cruelty-free. Watch my video about it for more info.


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