Open your eyes to organic face wash

Does it matter if your face wash is organic? If yes, why? This way, please, to discover why organic face wash matters and which ones to choose.

You’re on a quest for the perfect new face wash, and a new contender catches your eye. You review the product’s label, mentally comparing it to your list of requirements. Soap-free — check. Formulated for sensitive skin — check. Not tested on animals — check. Organic — wait, does that matter?

According to some skin-care and health professionals, it’s wise to go organic when you choose a facial cleanser. “The benefit of using a cosmetic product that is truly 100 percent organic is that there would be no pesticide residues in the product and the product would contain no synthetic ingredients,” explains Nneka Leiba, deputy director of research for the Environmental Working Group (EWG). “Many synthetic ingredients have been linked to a range of health effects ranging from cancer to allergies.”

Keeping this in mind, here are six organic face wash offerings for your consideration.

OCEAN OF GOODNESS: When it comes to revitalising the skin, ocean algae is one of the best things to turn to. Algae, commonly referred to as ‘sea-weed’, hydrates, softens, and detoxifies. It also replenishes essential vitamins and minerals. To find out why else ocean algae is good for you skin, say hello to this organic algae face wash by Prakrutik.


COMBO TOMATO: Grandma’s Love 4 You is here with this 100% organic Basil Tomato Cleanser that’s filled with the goodness of Rakta Maci and Marubaka. This facewash with anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antioxidant properties will keep acne at bay and rejuvenate your skin.


CHARM IN CHARCOAL: Brought to you by Wildflower Naturals, this 100 % organic, detoxifying face wash is infused with activated charcoal that is most effective to deep cleanse your skin by removing all traces of dust, impurities, and excess sebum. What’s more, the antibacterial action of eucalyptus and tea tree leaves your skin looking healthy, clear and toned. Introduce yourself to it and it’s benefits.


ARGANVILLE: St. D’vence Argan oil face wash is a balanced blend of 100% pure and organic Argan Oil – sourced directly from women run Argan Cooperatives in Morocco – honey, and Aloe Vera extract. Enhanced with high Vitamin E and fatty acid content, it is an ideal moisturiser to hydrate and soften skin. This gentle foaming face wash, acts as a natural blender, maintains skin balance, and prevents premature aging. Also, this exfoliating facial wash is SLS, SLES and Paraben free, and ideal for daily use. Make it a part of your cleansing routine.


THE BEAUTY SIDE OF BAMBOO: I am 100% free of parabens, soap, alcohol, artificial colouring, and fragrance. The activated bamboo charcoal in my formulation allows me to cleanse your skin deeply and rid it of impurities and toxins. I remove the dead skin cells. I let your skin breathe. I promote cell regeneration. I make your skin glow. My antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal properties help guard your skin against free radicals. Your skin will feel refreshed and toned after it makes friends with me. Last but not least, I am brought to you by Blossom Kochchar Beauty. Here I am, waiting to meet you.


GOLD STANDARD: Why gold for face wash? Well, gold’s positive ions go deep into the skin and react with free radicals to wipe away blotchiness and prevent premature ageing. Gold also stimulates blood flow leading to healthy uniform skin. See why else else this unique offering in gold by Sukriti is good for your face and skin.


DAILY ROSE: Rose petals are a natural skin toner and an excellent sunblock. Oats contain organic cleansers that remove dirt and oil from the pores without causing irritation. And this vitamin C enriched combination by Skinyoga – with real rose petals – will leave your skin feeling protected, clean, and toned. Experience the difference.


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Avinash Subramaniam

Avinash has been an advertising writer, fiction writer, poetry writer, freelance writer and serial wronger. Other roles he has been in include those of an editor, brand builder, and teacher. His interests include advertising, scrabble, body building, chess, cinema, making money, reading, internet culture, cricket, photography. To hear him air his thoughts, follow him on Twitter @armchairexpert.


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