May is Natural Beauty Month!

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In May I will be paying special attention (although not ignoring my usual reviews) on natural beauty products.

Of course we all have a different idea of what counts as natural or organic. Just because something has beautiful packaging or comes in a brown paper bag doesn’t mean it is organic.

So personally, for me I will be looking for products that

i. Perform well, as well if not better than synthetic alternatives

ii. Avoid use of Sodium Lauryl Sulfate and Parabens

iii. Ideally avoid scent and colourants

iv. Are affordable

What makes you count a beauty item as ‘organic?’

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  1. Natural Beauty = Ingrid Bergman. Gorgeous actress. Not like what you get nowadays. =P
    I don’t really use organic products.

    • Hi Abby

      Ingrid was a true beauty. You should use some Organic products! Once you do, you don’t go back!

  2. Hahaha, I love that picture of Posh with your captioning…(I remember a little while back, a youtube women was “clearing things up” about her “they are not even big” tatas…Then I realized that those “twins” are basketball round even in pictures in which she lies down…

    A beauty item is “organic” when I consider it’s ok to swallow it in bulk (maybe not a good choice) most organic skin care/cosmetic suck big time…But do like those teddy bear brush from too faced though…they are really cute and soft.

    • Hey Citrine

      LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL! Did she mean posh’s tatas? Thing is, if you are very slim, anything to big and erm, hard looking is going to look like two little grapefruits under the skin!

      I agree a lot of brands talk the talk but they don’t walk the walk! (who shall remain unamed!)