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Why Choose Organic Skincare vs Non-Organic

organic skincare vs nonorganic

If you’re still using non-organic products, it’s time to reconsider. Find out why organic skincare is better than non-organic. 

From the air we breathe to the food we eat, synthetic chemicals are everywhere, and it’s impossible to completely avoid toxic exposure. 

However, one simple change you can make to reduce your exposure to chemicals is switching from non-natural skincare products to natural and organic skincare. However, as it turns out, when it comes to organic vs non-organic skincare products, you might find yourself making several switches! 

Indeed, years ago, women willingly applied an average of 168 chemicals to their bodies every day. The world continues to increase its toxic load, so I dread to imagine what that figure is today! 

So, why choose organic skincare? Let’s find out more… 

What is the difference between natural and organic skincare?

One of the main differences between organic vs non-organic skincare products is transparency. 

Certified organic skin care products such as Franchine Young have to adhere to very strict standards. If you read through an organic skincare product label, you will likely recognise most of the ingredients. Often, extensive use historically demonstrates these ingredients are safe for humans. Meanwhile, non-organic counterparts cannot make the same claim. Instead, they may contain harmful, artificial ingredients created in labs versus organic ingredients derived from nature. Pick up a bottle of any non-organic skincare product and read its ingredients label. How many can you actually recognise?

Why Choose Organic Skincare?

There are so many compelling reasons as to why organic skincare is better than non-organic alternatives!

  • Passion 

Organic brands and makers have a passion for meaning well at every stage of the skincare products lifecycle  – the environment, suppliers, animals and people inclusive. Non-toxic skincare products help support many vital aspects both personally and in the world around you. 

You can support local farmers and protect their surroundings from toxic chemicals. You also benefit personally from more nutrients available to your body via the skin.

  • Harm Free Ingredients 

Many non-organic skincare products can contain mineral oil, petroleum, parabens, and other chemicals that, with long term use, can cause skin irritation, hormone imbalance, organ toxicity, and even cancer. 

Lab concoctions like synthetic fragrances that are present in non-organic products are not real, and sometimes our bodies do not know what to do with them.

  • Lower Allergen Risk 

Non-toxic skincare products carry a lower allergen risk with significantly fewer added compounds. If an allergic reaction does occur with the use of organic products, it would most likely be due to a natural ingredient (such as peanuts or strawberries), which would be easier to identify.

  • Overall Health  

Our bodies absorb everything that we place on our skin. Worryingly, some synthetic compounds in non-organic skincare products are endocrine system disruptors (relating to our glands), among other things. Using them repeatedly can cause long term health complications. If you’re asking yourself, “Are organic skincare products better?”, think about all the products we are using every day that come in contact with our skin: makeup, fragrances, moisturisers, soaps, deodorants and so on. It is not only what we eat that matters, but also what we put on our skin! 

If you apply chemical-ridden products to your skin, a large portion of these toxins will be absorbed into your body. By swapping skincare products that contain synthetic ingredients with organic skincare products, we protect our health by reducing our total chemical intake.

Besides, nature has already created everything we could ever need to stay healthy and happy!

  • Efficiency  

We believe organic skincare works better than non-organic compounds. In general, organic ingredients are easier to absorb and help skin achieve its healthiest appearance. Plus, our skin doesn’t need to repair accidental irritation from synthetic ingredients.

  • Better for Skin

Our skin absorbs up to 60% of what we apply.  This alone is all the convincing I need as to why organic skincare is better than non-organic! We can use this to our advantage when we use clean and safe products that protect and feed the skin.  When skin doesn’t need to repair itself (perhaps from toxin exposure?) then it is able to instead concentrate on using more of the natural ingredients to strengthen itself. 

The results are more luminous and healthy-looking skin for most people within a few weeks. Plants grown organically are found to contain a higher level of vital antioxidant vitamins than non-organic plants. Because they are grown without herbicides and pesticides, their organic nature is free from that contamination, which means the same for your skin and body. 

Moreover, up to 95% of an organic skincare product’s contents are active ingredients. On the other hand, in synthetic skincare products, active ingredients only make up 5 to 10% of contents. So, are organic skincare products better? We all seek value for money. This information makes it easy for me to reach a very clear decision in favour of organic!

Those with sensitive skin are likely to notice the biggest difference when they switch from non-organic to organic skincare products. Natural organic ingredients are soothing and free of the nasty toxins that often cause sensitive skin to flare up.

  • Cruelty-Free Skincare  

When you buy organic skincare products, you are buying cruelty-free skincare products and also supporting the move towards abolishing animal testing in the industry. Franchine Young is certified Cruelty Free International.  The beauty industry has received backlash for conducting animal testing for their products to ensure that they are safe for human use, and rightly so! 

  • Eco-friendly Skincare  

You’re helping to preserve the environment, another big reason as to why organic skincare is better. Because organic products use naturally grown ingredients that are free from toxic pesticides and fertilisers, they don’t leave a harmful footprint on the planet, particularly the soil, water, and air. When we wash skincare products off our faces, all the chemicals they contain are being washed down the drain and into the environment as pollution. 

Organic farming is also better for wildlife, causes lower pollution from pesticide and fertiliser sprays, and produces less carbon dioxide and less dangerous wastes. By using organic products, you’re helping to minimise your environmental impact and support the sustainability of our environment.

So, invest in your health today and make the change to organic skincare products if you haven’t already done so.

Are organic skincare products better than non-organic?

The answer is a resounding yes from us! Organic skincare products: 

  • Nourish your skin rather than mask problems 
  • Are gentler and therefore less likely to cause irritations 
  • Care more for the environment 
  • Look after your whole body

If you want to find out more, why not visit our blog to learn what toxic ingredients to avoid!

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