Eden Organic Care Avocado Oil Review

Some people believe that drinking plenty of water, avoiding cigarettes and alcohol, eating healthy, and exercising daily are the only surefire ways to have a clean bill of health. It tremendously helps, but it doesn't stop there. Many people continue to use chemical laden products, such as deodorants, creams, lotions, make-up, cleansers, and hair products. Since our skin is the largest organ, it absorbs these chemicals into our bloodstream. In fact, the average woman's body can absorb 5lb of make-up chemicals a year, as reported in this article here. This can result in irritation, premature aging, neurological diseases, and even cancer. So it's important to take care of our skin and one of the best ways to take care of it is to carefully choose products that are non-toxic.

Although many companies tout their brand or some of their products as "natural" and "organic" to pacify consumers that are becoming more and more aware of the effects of products that aren't touted as such, there are actual brands that are truly organic and natural. Meet Eden Organic Care. They have been certified 100% organic by the Soil Association under the COSMOS guidelines, the strictest certification for a company to receive in the United Kingdom. Also, they are one of the first beauty companies in the UK to obtain such certification.

Since launching in June, they have had considerable success and now supply their products through retailers in France and Poland and in the UK through their website and several local shops. In addition, they have had their avocado oil featured in a magazine called the Wealden Times and been featured in the August edition of Urban Coco (a magazine which is sold into 22 countries around the world and available in stores such as Harrods and Selfridges).

Their 100% organic cold pressed avocado oil doesn't contain preservatives, fertilizers, chemicals, artificial coloring, or additives. It also is not genetically modified. Furthermore, it has a wealth of proteins, fatty acids, vitamins A, B1, B2, D, and E; lecithin, and beta-carotene. These ingredients work together to nourish, moisturize, and repair the skin, while neutralizing free radicals with potent antioxidants.

Although it is tempting, I avoid using it on my face to keep the breakouts at bay. Since it's great for damaged or dry hair (I fall into the latter), I liberally apply it on my ends to nourish and strengthen them. I avoid applying it anywhere near my hairline since that is where I break out the easiest. Between the T3 Source Hand-Held Shower Filter and this product, my hair hasn't looked this good in awhile! I also love to apply it on after stepping out of the shower to make my skin feel well pampered and moisturized. Overall, it's one the best multi-tasking beauty products I've used so far!

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