After looking at this Ogle School infographic on natural skincare and beauty, take a few minutes to consider what's actually going in your skincare products. Do you know which are toxic and which aren't? So many of us assume that the products we rub on our face are safe, but the truth is that some of them seem to be doing more harm than good.
This Ogle School infographic shows which products aren't necessarily great for you and which are safe. Ogle School suggests natural, home-made products you can use to replace your chemically derived skin care products. From aloe to eggs and baking soda, you'll be amazed by how easy and effective it can be to whip up homemade skin and hair care from your own kitchen.
So ditch the toxins and start smearing food on your face!
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Ogle School's Graphic Shows Secrets to Natural Skincare Beauty
- By: Kathryn HempsteadMay 26, 2015