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Bag or Trash: These Ingredients are Toxic.

Are they in your beauty products?

Many people seek out beauty products that are formulated from healthy, nontoxic ingredients. Unfortunately, it isn’t that easy for consumers to recognize which brands are actually healthy for them and the environment. Labels that claim products are “green,” “natural,” or “organic” are unreliable. There is no government agency responsible for regulating the manufacture of cosmetics or checking to see

if a product that claims to be “100 percent organic” is actually 100 percent organic.

Additionally, the FDA can’t recall dangerous cosmetic products. Yikes! and so

it is important that you, the consumer, are informed and purchase products that are healthy and safe for you.

To help you make informed decisions, we’ve compiled a list of the most harmful ingredients that may be in our bag, but should really be in your trash.

Committed to our promise to helping you achieve a holistic lifestyle, you'll never find these ingredients in any of the products that we endorse.

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