|File owner||Neolaia Skincare|
|Country||United Arab Emirates|
|Upload date||5 Nov 2019 (UTC)|
|Category||Health & Medical Devices|
Believe it or not, “Best Natural skin care” and even “organic skincare” are terms with no real legal meaning. A cream labeled either might still contain nearly 100 percent synthetic ingredients. While we’re in no way against synthetics at Neolaias—clean, for us, is about avoiding potentially toxic ingredients in products, and there are plenty of great, totally safe synthetic ingredients—we’re passionate about transparency. Calling a product “organic” because it contains trace amounts of, say, organic lavender combined with mostly artificial fragrance ingredients is deceptive. Similarly, a serum labeled “natural” that’s made with parables, phthalates, synthetic texturizers, and fragrances is legal but a lie nonetheless.
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