If you have long, curly, or frizzy hair, you understand the importance of a high-quality conditioner.
If you’ve ever turned over a bottle of conditioner or cosmetics just to be bombarded with a lengthy list of unpronounceable ingredients, you’re not alone.
Today, consumers are becoming increasingly aware of what they are putting in and on their bodies – and for good reason.
By 2024, the global toothpaste industry is expected to be worth $36.98 billion.
The word ‘natural’ might be on the label of your raw chicken, your granola bars, your milk, and even your face wash.
Who would’ve thought that sunscreen could become so controversial?
Many people used to not even think twice about the ingredients that were in their skincare, but now many are questioning what they are actually putting on their skin. Lately, sunscreen, in particular, has become a hot topic.
Imagine living in a world where you could pick up any product off a grocery store shelf, read the ingredients list, and instantly understand every little chemical that product contained.
It’s crazy when you think about all the ‘ingredients’ we tend to consume on a regular basis without really knowing what exactly they are, or where they come from.
Parabens refer to a group of chemicals that are widely used in the cosmetic and food industry as preservatives.