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05-Nov-2015 07:33 by 5 Comments

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It was such an awful experience, I swore off organic skincare forever, and I was quite vocal about denouncing it.

Contact dematitis is an AWFUL experience to go through. Some time in 2013-2014, I started being reintroduced to natural and/or organic skincare brands again.I maintained my scepticism and fear and I said no to trying many brands.It wasn’t until I first agreed to try Antipodes from New Zealand, and found my skin responding to the products and actually enjoying using it, that I started changing my mindset and became more receptive to trying other brands and products.It was also at about this time that I started enjoying the use of facial oils and realised that very few mainstream brands carried facial oils (all that is changing now as facial oils become more mainstream) so, with facial oils deriving their benefits from natural ingredients, I naturally (hur hur! But if you are wondering if I’m using more natural and/or organic skincare brands because I’m concerned about what is in the ingredient list of regular department store brands, my answer is no I’m not.I dislike fear-mongering, which is what I feel a lot of natural/organic brands or websites try to do.A little while ago, I received a very interesting query from a reader.

I can’t remember who it is now, and I apologise, but I promised I’d explain it all in a blog post, which is this one right here 😀 Basically, the reader had noted that I was using quite a lot of natural and/or organic brands of skincare products in recent times in my skincare routine, and she was wondering if it was a conscious choice on my part.

Was I veering towards using more natural and/or organic skincare, away from my love and use of chemical based products?

I thought it was a very interesting question because I hadn’t quite consciously noticed it on my part, but when I took a look at my skincare routine, the question made sense. With natural and/or organic skincare products being more easily available these days (and from fairly established brands, not only indie brands) do you find yourself using more natural and/or organic skincare products? For my part, I’d say that my use of natural and/or organic skincare is quite unconscious on my part. I have no training in skincare or the beauty industry and I’m a consumer just like all of you right here.

But I am curious and I like trying new things and because I blog, I’m very fortunate to have access to a wider selection of products than most.

Back in the day, when organic skincare was quite new in the local market, I gave some brands a try out of curiousity.

I was a little sceptical and my scepticism was borne out when I reacted quite badly to the products.

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