The Best Water in the World…

I have tasted the water from US, Australia, Italy, Belgium, France, Netherlands, Switzerland, Malaysia, Thailand, China and South Africa…. … but I have not tasted the best water in the world yet. A UN report on the world’s water situation says that the best water in the world is to be found in Finland. A… 

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Organic Cosmetics: What You Really Need to Know

[tag]Organic cosmetics[/tag] are getting more and more coverage these days, but is what you read fact or fiction? A product labeled “organic” is not necessarily free from harmful ingredients. There are many unknowns and misconceptions in the world of organic cosmetics, it is worthwhile to know how to spot the real thing. I feel frustrated…. 

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5 Most Common Chemical Ingredients in Skin Products

Have you ever scrutinized the ingredients of every [tag]skin-care product[/tag] you currently own or almost all supposed “healthy” and expensive skin-care products sold in any store? If you did, you will be appalled by your findings as you will find a combination of dangerous chemical and synthetic ingredients. So why is it important to analyze… 

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Planting Wheatgrass

Wheatgrass

I am seriously considering planting [tag]wheatgrass[/tag] in my kitchen. I was over my friend’s place the other day and she has a lush tray of wheatgrass that looks so fresh. To ponder further, I would not mind to have trays of wheatgrass in my kitchen so that I can have a shot daily :) To… 

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Organic Labeling on Booming Cosmetic Sector

This Wall Street Journal Article looks at the rush by major [tag]cosmetic[/tag] players into the organic market as the demand for such products continues to increase. It also discusses the attempt by most companies to simply market themselves as organic rather than make substantial changes… The stage is obviously set for us to continue education… 

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Ingredient Detective –Uncovering the Camouflage

[tag]Cosmetic labeling[/tag] regulations require that the names of the ingredients be either their common English name or their International Nomenclature Cosmetic Ingredient (INCI) name. The practice of listing cosmetic ingredients by their trade name is an intentionally deceptive practice to mislead the consumer. We encourage anyone aware of such practices to report the perpetrator to… 

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