01 Sep TEACH YOUR KIDS TO USE NATURAL PRODUCTS
It’s your role to cultivate healthy habits in our world’s next generation. You teach your kids about healthy eating, exercise, manners, but are you teaching them also about the use of natural products for their body and hair?
Nature has already given us everything we need. You are what you eat (literally) and it’s the same when it comes to what you put on your body, as it is absorbed into the skin and into the bloodstream.
Natural products clean your skin gently and safely, excluding toxic chemicals that are detrimental. Have you ever read the back of a bottle of an OTC acne cleanser? It contains a bunch of chemicals that you probably can’t even pronounce.
Skip it. Natural ingredients like sesame oil, white willow bark, and aloe (just to name a few) contain natural vitamins that enhance the look and feel of skin – and that’s it. No chemicals, no complicated names.
Natural products are better for the environment
Acne is a big one when it comes to teens. Many skin cleansers on the shelves today contain “microbeads” which are said to exfoliate the skin. Microbeads are made of tiny plastic spheres, and wastewater treatment plants are not designed to filter them out.
Microbeads are aborbed by sea creatures and contribute to the ocean’s pollution. They are not biodegradable and once they enter the marine environment, they are impossible to remove. However, natural exfoliants like clay, salt, and sugar disintegrate after you reap the benefits.
Also, spot treatment can be tackled by using tea tree oil, did you know that?
Teaching your children small things like this will create a safer future and a healthier environment for everyone, especially them.
So, if your little guy is inquiring about a shave, start him off the right way with our Shaving Sucks Regimen. It’s a combination of skin care and shave in one daily routine, and contains all-natural ingredients.