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- Publication Date: April 21, 2020
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What does beauty mean to you?
For many, it means layering their face in makeup, and trying to disguise their natural appearance.
Got spots? Cover them up!
Eyes not big enough? Color them in!
Meanwhile, they’ll be using all kinds of chemicals – that sound like something from a science fiction movie – in a bid to try and burn away their spots, to rub off dead skin, and to block oily pores.
Does that sound like a healthy strategy to you?
No, didn’t think so.
And if you currently still suffer with acne, with dry skin, or with a dull complexion, then this probably isn’t helping matters.
The unfortunate irony, is that the more you try and fix the problem with expensive modern products, the angrier and more damaged your skin will become.
So, what is the actual solution?
The Answer Is To Go Organic.
What does this mean?
Well, organic means “from the Earth” or “derived from living matter.”
In other words, organic products are those that are derived from wholly natural ingredients, and that have gone through minimal changes before reaching your face.
In other words: no weird hormones, and no ZXTT73-Alph-Q.
Instead, you’ll be using shea butter, you’ll be using coconut oil, and you’ll be using oregano.
What’s the difference?
The difference is that instead of burning away layers of skin, you’ll instead be helping to support your skin to act the way that nature intended.
Instead of layering grease on top of oil, you’ll be nourishing and rejuvenating your skin from within. Look: we evolved in the wild.
Our bodies are adapted to thrive on natural ingredients. These processes are just too complex for us to try and “hack,” and as such, attempts to do so normally backfire.
Are you using an expensive acne-cream to treat your spots?
Chances are it’s damaging your skin, messing with your hormones, or destroying the layer of oil that actually helps to strengthen your skin (that’s called the skin barrier).
Anything that kills bacteria will also kill GOOD bacteria. That’s why so many people find that simply switching to water instead of soap or “skin products” can often be the one change they need to completely cure their problem.
Who knew it could be so simple! And that’s why using organic, natural products can be even healthier still!
Now you’ll be healing your skin, resetting your natural balance, and helping to create a healthy glow from the inside. It’s the kind of look that makes people comment: “you’re glowing today!”
And ultimately, it comes down to your natural beauty.