Organic cosmetics for natural foot care
Natural cosmetics as well as organic cosmetics are becoming more and more popular in our stores and beauty salons. They have been proven beneficial but you still might need some help choosing the right ones for you.
Treat your feet with some natural, organic cosmetics
Your first inexpensive, easy, natural cosmetic foot tool has to be the pumice stone. Natural or even volcanic, it is great for removing calluses. There are also many different types of treatments that use such organic cosmetics as exfoliating organic vegetable oils, sea salt or powdered apricot pits. You can also find moisturisers and refreshing balms made from lavender or blue menthol oil. Even your nails can benefit from organic cosmetics with natural nail varnish removers.
Organic cosmetics: how to choose
The only way for consumers to recognise organic cosmetics is to rely on different labels such as ECOCERT, BDIH and AIAB. These labels are on all cosmetics that meet organic cosmetics production standards. These labels are awarded by private organisations that verify that each product meets the specifications. They especially look at the choice of raw materials, manufacturing processes, and the compliance with certain ethical and environmental values. For natural cosmetics it is still more complicated, because there is no label or control. Just look carefully at the product ingredients.