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Each day Mail talks about organics and rosacea

The Daily Mail spoke Pais language this week with two characteristics on topics that are very important to us.

Alice Hart-Davies began the week with her synopsis entitled "The Organic Myth: The label says organic, but how" natural "are the products you are looking for?"

The article points out that in the United States large brands such as Jason and Boots are being sued for their false "organic" claims, but there is no labeling requirement for the use of the terms "natural" and "organic" in Europe Cosmetics industry.

So how can you distinguish a counterfeit from a real organic product? You guessed it – read the label (as if I hadn't told you enough!).

I'm going to write a couple of posts next week about what to look for in terms of ingredients and certification bodies, but Alice points out that you really want a symbol of soil unification – which means that over 70% of the product will be organically grown and extracted.

The other skin-related trait that caught our attention in Tuesday's newspaper (this time from Laura Tennant) highlighted rosacea.

Like many sufferers, Lauras rosacea did not develop until the age of 40, and her oily, bumpy, and reddened skin was misdiagnosed as acne in adults for a long time.

Laura's article points to the sad truth that 13% of rosacea patients do not make contact because of their blushing.

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Girl 19

I just turned 19, puberty is the most afraid of acne. Types of acne are scary. This blog is where I record the experiences gained from my acne treatment process and learn online

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