I’m a person of strong convictions. Some would say opinionated. Others might use the terms ‘bossy’ or ‘authoritative’. They aren’t un-right, but that doesn’t make said convictions any less absolutely correct under any and all circumstances.
Article I: Freedom from treating your skin like a wax figure from Madame Tussauds. You know what keeps bar soap in that bar shape? Wax. It might be a fancy wax, but it’s a wax substance. If you spend a lot of money on fancy serums and creams that wax is only acting as a barrier
to their ability to penetrate the skin’s surface. Get a decent liquid face wash that’s free of fragrance and other possible irritants. Ban the Bar!
One of the things I love about the Skin Organics line from Ann Webb is that it’s completely up front about the ingredients AND the pH, which is a rarity in the cosmetics world. It’s all printed right on the website and on the container so that speaks volumes for this company.
The claims: “A potent antioxidant blend combining the most absorbable, oil-soluble form of Vitamin C with Idebenone to add protection to your daily moisturizer and help repair damaged skin.” It also claims to be natural, paraben free, cruelty free, gluten free and vegan. [I’m not sure why I’d care about the last two since I don’t plan to spread it on toast, but I’m sure it matters to someone out there so kudos to Skin Organics.]