To our families, home is a place of rest and refreshment from the outside world. That’s why it is important to keep it clean. Has your home looked clean but doesn’t smell clean at all? Or have you ever felt sickly and more tired at home than when you are in the office or elsewhere? Have you been waking up in the morning with runny nose, sneezing, rashes, and watery eyes? If your answer is yes, then you could be inhaling moulds, bacteria and viruses in the air. In fact, indoor air can be 2-5 times more polluted than the air outside according to the Environmental Protection Department.
We know you’d agree with us when we say that day creams cost a lot of money. But more than the cost, it’s more concerning how a small tube or bottle of face cream is packed with so much chemicals. Chemicals that are harmful to our health and the environment.
So if you made a switch to using organic and all-natural day creams, then congratulations. But if you find that store bought organic and/or natural face creams are still expensive, then maybe you could try making your own.
The terms ‘natural’ and ‘organic’ aren’t just for food anymore. The use of natural and organic ingredients for cosmetic products have been continuously rising. A lot of cosmetic companies add natural and organic to their product labels. But how do we know if these products are what they say they are? And how do we know how much of these products are organic and natural?