Natural vs Organic

xo 29575998 - January 25 2012

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Jo
June 25 2015

Oh, good news then, I won’t have to wait long – and since the products last forever I have lots left anyway! :) Can’t wait for any new products coming out either, I’m sure they’ll be great!

xo Jo

rmsbeautyblog
June 25 2015

Hi there! Thank you for the sweet words :)

Unfortunately the muse is no longer available at the moment—but don’t worry, it will be returning for the summertime around June!

We will keep you posted on its return to the site, as well as other product updates!

xoxo

Jo
June 25 2015

Hello! I LOVE your products and this blog so, so much! I have a small question though, are you no longer making the lip 2 cheek in the colour “muse”, seeing as it is no longer available on your website? Please say it isn’t so!

xo Jo

rmsbeautyblog
June 25 2015

So glad you found this helpful! Differentiating between natural and organic can be tricky when consumers are constantly led to blindly trust the products they purchase-especially places like Whole Foods whose objective is to offer organic alternatives to commercial items.

http://ewg.org/ is also a great resource for information on products and ingredients.

Thanks for commenting Susan!

xoxo

Susan
June 25 2015

These are really great tips! I have been trying to teach my husband the difference between natural and organic and he still occasionally makes a mistake buying Natural Instincts Shampoo. When you look closely at the ingredients there’s really nothing natural about it. Even when I scour my Whole Foods aisle to buy some shampoo, there are so many of them that contain such harsh chemicals that I wonder how it landed in the store.

Now, I do research online. Double and triple check ingredients, then check on http://www.cosmeticsdatabase.com/splash.php?URI=/index.php to see the toxicity rating.

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