|제목||[INDEPENDENT 2019.04.05] <br>11 best organic skincare products that do the job without the chemicals|
11 best organic skincare products that do the job without the chemicals
Give your daily routine an organic-over with the help of these certified beauty heroes
The definition of organic may still be a mystery to some, but its fad status has certainly changed over recent years.
Primarily, the key to organic ingredients is how they’re farmed. Producing them without agricultural chemicals is the biggest sell in the organisphere. Ingredients don’t get jaded by cutting corners with nasty pesticides so their potency is kept impactful. Pure and simple. And for a product to be classified organic, at least 75 per cent of what’s inside it must be certified as such.
Interestingly however, organic doesn’t mean good point blank. As we become more aware and conscious of the footprint our mitts make, one would think it would be wise to go entirely organic for both one’s face and the fields. The irony is that the organic 75 per cent could be mixed with 25 per cent of whatever the manufacturers want it to be and still be labelled as so.
So while the sell is the whopping organic sticker gleaming at you to twist your impulse purchase muscle, without closer inspection you could be walking away with a bunch of irritants that do the good stuff a huge disservice.
Cynicism sincerely aside, of course not every brand falls into this category, and there are some gorgeous treats to highlight. So if you fancy getting to grips with some organic goodies, with bolstered beauty brains, look no further.
Whamisa real kelp mask: £10.50, Whamisa
An amazing 32 natural and organic ingredients can be found in this unassuming powerhouse from Korean wonder Whamisa. The mask itself is 100 per cent kelp, which is antioxidant rich and helps hydrate the skin too.
It comes in two parts, always nice for comfort, and are suitably sopping in yellow essence. Made up of fermented sea kelp, bamboo, aloe and fruit extracts; this mask is a long lasting hydrator for the new age. There are no fillers and no nasties.
It gives a bouncy texture to the skin after whipping it off, with the effects lasting long into the day. It has an intriguing smell, so maybe don’t swan around with this on in sensitive sniffing company. But It’s a genius take on the generic sheet mask with results the brand can be proud of too.
If you’re up for trying something new with a heap of benefits, from the consistent skincare innovation isle of K-Beauty, snap this up.
The verdict: Organic skincare
Whamisa gets a win for its dedication to the organic craft and innovative of its products. De Mamiel’s decadence is a joy to use with worthy results. You can’t go wrong with Korres either, to really protect your hands.
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