Organic skin care products, can you h...

Since: Apr 14

Tel Aviv, Israel

#37 Apr 10, 2014
my wife uses natural stuff like oil and honey
the best way is DIY, try it out
Syeda S

Lahore, Pakistan

#38 Apr 20, 2014
Dear Friend,
As you are preparing beauty products at home, you can try adding Sidr honey where you are using other types of honey. It is purely organic and will give good results.
Just give it a try!
Syeda S

Lahore, Pakistan

#39 Apr 20, 2014
My dear friend can also use Sidr honey for skin. Being organic it gives best results. It especially gives good results in bad acne. Definitely Sidr honey has NO side effects. Please try and tell.

Since: Apr 14


#40 Apr 23, 2014
well i do know my wife tried spirulina, oil, honey and something else
to make skin mask or face soap, not sure
that what she used
coconut oil

Singapore, Singapore

#42 May 6, 2014
Very interesting posts. Skin care and over all health and wellness, I always use pure life tropics in my daily uses for skin, hair and cooking. Check this out:http://www.purelifetropics .com/article/premium-coconut-o il

I learned most companies blend their coconut oil with other sources and it's all done in different places and times before it finally gets to the final packaging center. That process actually makes the oil go rancid.
To health and wellness!

Since: May 14

Location hidden

#43 May 14, 2014
If you want to find organic skin care products, try your local farmers market you would b surprised what one can find there. Also if you want to know where you skin care products are coming from I suggest using this new site called . They have a wide database of local business who source with local and organic products including skin care. That way you can truly know how and what goes into your skin care product.

Birmingham, UK

#44 May 18, 2014
Hi there, I am a consultant for Neals Yard Remedies, a British award-winning company who are a pioneer in the organic beauty industry and offering the largest range of organic health and beauty care products.
My website is below where you can browse all of the products and read reviews, and I'd be more than happy to give you a call to answer any questions that you have:-

I used the products for years before starting the business, as I'm passionate about using an organic range.

Best regards,

Since: May 14


#45 Jun 25, 2014
Try Fig and Yarrow's organic skin care range.
Absolutely blissful on the skin!

Moradabad, India

#46 Jul 3, 2014
yes i like the organic products..........
Butterfly Cakes And Soaps

Hamburg, NY

#47 Jul 30, 2014
Hello everyone! I've created a line of Nut-free, Vegan, & Organic bath and body products. From body butters, to bath bombs, to sugar scrubs, to baby wash - enjoy the peace of mind knowing our products are made from carefully sourced ingredients to ensure no cross contamination. Everything is hand made in small batches, no preservatives, only ingredients you can pronounce.

If this interests you, check out my website:

Just for members of this site, use the coupon code TOPIX for 20% off your entire purchase! Thanks for your time everyone!

Since: Jun 14

Seattle, WA

#48 Aug 5, 2014
I like Isagenix skin care products. It hydrates the skin to give it a healthier appearance.
Cindy Benton

Mercer, PA

#49 Aug 5, 2014
I've tried a few organic products on my face. I was happy the most with Aurume Skincare elements. I use the serum for dry skin, not sure the name its in latin or some other language.

Dazey, ND

#51 Aug 24, 2014
These are 100% USDA Certified Organic non-GMO & 3rd Party Certified Pure with no synthetics, chemicals or extenders:

Since: Oct 14

Gatineau, Canada

#55 Nov 20, 2014
Carla wrote:
Hi. i am new to this forum. I am searching for the best 100% organic skin care products and wondered if anyone had heard or tried the tropic range? I can get it cheap on today but wanted to see if anyone could give me an opinion before I go ahead.
many thanks guys
C x
Try one of there!!

Steinbach, Canada

#57 Mar 21, 2015
I have been looking for Organic Skin Care Products and I found some at this site: . I am not sure what quality the products are or where they come from. Has anybody looked into this before?

Seattle, WA

#58 Mar 21, 2015
Have you ever tried Vine & Branch?( )? They make their organic skincare fresh. I LOVE them.

Cape Town, South Africa

#59 Apr 30, 2015
Hi, I use Victorian Garden products its 100% natural and organic, don't know if its available in Europe though....

Since: Jun 15


#63 Aug 24, 2015
All the organic foods are amazing for the skin although you can find a lot more from

Since: Nov 15

Reading, UK

#64 Nov 12, 2015
Carla wrote:
Hi. i am new to this forum. I am searching for the best 100% organic skin care products and wondered if anyone had heard or tried the tropic range? I can get it cheap on today but wanted to see if anyone could give me an opinion before I go ahead.
many thanks guys
C x
Hello Carla,
Check this website out :
They use the best ingredients in the world.

Since: Dec 15

Dhaka, Bangladesh

#66 Dec 24, 2015
visite website:http://scarremovalcrea and find may more information & products.such as Best Scar Cream, Scar Remover, Get rid of scars, Acne scar removal creams.

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