“If you wouldn’t eat it, you shouldn’t put it on your skin.”

The skin is the largest organ on our body and many of the things that we apply to our skin can be absorbed into our body through our skin. Do you know what you are putting on your skin? I am currently planning a post concerning the use of natural skin care products, but right now much of our time is being consumed by the garlic harvest, so that post is going to be delayed. For now I would like to refer you to a related post written by my new friend and fellow blogger Angela at The Naturally Smart Life.

Angela’s blog offers “Simple suggestions for a smarter life, a better you…Naturally” In this post she shares some tips on avoiding chemicals in skin care products and provides information about some of the natural products that she uses which now include Don’t Eat It! Soaps.

Thanks for reading. 🙂

 

 

14 thoughts on ““If you wouldn’t eat it, you shouldn’t put it on your skin.”

    1. Thanks Faye. It wasn’t until after I started making soaps and balms that I started reading the ingredients of store bought products. The US is very lenient about what can be added to cosmetics so consumers really need to be aware of what they are using.

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  1. Thank you so much for your kind words Ruth 😊 I am so impressed by the support to be found in the blogging community. If there is anything else I can ever do to help promote your wonderful soaps, just let me know. They are absolutely the best!!

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    1. It is my pleasure to share your blog as I always enjoy reading your posts. They always make sense to me and I can’t think of one that I wasn’t in total agreement with.
      Thank you. I am so happy you like the my soaps! 🙂

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