Are your personal care products making you sick? Do you know what kinds of synthetic chemicals are in your shampoo? In your makeup? In your perfume? What about organic beauty products? Is it good enough just to buy something labeled “organic”?
How can you make sense of the impossibly long ingredient lists on personal care products? How do you find safe, healthy alternatives for shampoo, toothpaste and deodorant?
Joanna Runciman is a certified Life Coach, Wellness Consultant and real food advocate running her own business called Actual Organics. Joanna has lived all over the world and seen the same thing, disease caused by diet and lifestyle choices. She educates people about eating wholesome, nutritious food and empowers them to remove synthetic chemicals from their households, diet and personal care products.
Listen to the Podcast: Finding Safe Organic Beauty Products with Joanna Runciman
Click the PLAY button below to listen.
To subscribe to the CHEESESLAVE podcast on iTunes, click the iTunes button on the player.
To find truly healthy personal care products, check out my resources page.
Check out the Environmental Working Group’s Skin Deep Cosmetics Database to learn more about the chemicals in your personal care products.
This post is part of Kelly the Kitchen Kop’s Real Food Wednesday.PAID ENDORSEMENT DISCLOSURE: In order for me to support my blogging activities, I may receive monetary compensation or other types of remuneration for my endorsement, recommendation, testimonial and/or link to any products or services from this blog.
COMMENT POLICY: I want everyone to feel comfortable and safe commenting on this blog. Here are the ground rules: No hate speech (including sexist, racist, etc. remarks); no trolling (repetitive and/or inflammatory comments); no foul or obscene language; no personal attacks. Anonymous commenters may comment, but your comments may be deleted if they are suspect. Comments that violate these terms will be deleted. Commenters who violate these terms will be banned from commenting at my discretion. Be respectful and play nice, everybody!