Why Bio beauty products could be the best choice?


The mode of production of food and cosmetic products is now oriented towards naturalness. In other words, organic beauty products are from organic farming, so a mode that excludes the use of chemicals. Organic beauty products have become very recognized in the international market. But let’s talk about bio beauty products.

Today, there are a large number of influencers who defend this type of cosmetics and many companies that produce organically. I would say it’s a green production if we just learn to replace all the plastic boxes with other green materials.

It should be noted that a natural cosmetic product is not synonymous with an organic product. the first contains 95% natural ingredients, the manufacturing method of which is often non-polluting and respectful of the environment. The second is natural but it contains a percentage of ingredients from organic farming, also equivalent to 95%. In addition, organic products are regulated by labels.

My first cosmetic brand for beauty products was Yves Rocher from a plant biology laboratory. When I searched for the origin of this name, I found it was an entrepreneur and politician who founded his first group of herbal beauty and care products.

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         Yves Rocher Products

My second brand is ARVEA nature. Organic cosmetics at good prices. What makes ARVEA products so original is also the guarantee of respect for the environment for quality natural and aesthetic beauty.

                     AEVEA nature products 


        Spray body ARVEA nature. 

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  Soap ARVEA nature

This is why I strongly recommend the use of organic cosmetics for the following reasons:

1-Natural composition 

Conventional cosmetics use plain water while organic cosmetics will often use floral waters to add their benefits to the final product. In addition, classic cosmetic perfumes are often made from artificial materials while organic fragrances are made from natural fragrances (essential oils or others).

2-The respect for the environment

Conventional cosmetics do not care about their impact on the environment, they can be polluting in their manufacture. However, organic cosmetics can reduce the negative impact on the environment because they do not use dangerous products like phenoxyethanol or parabens, which are very toxic to the environment.

3-Moderated by an Organic Label

Organic products are certified organic. They are made from controlled raw materials, from their planting to their incorporation into the container. They are good for people and good for the planet. Some brands are also involved in sustainable development programs.

4-Bio are healthier products

Organic cosmetics are healthier because certified organic treatments provide enormous benefits for the skin. The ingredients that compose them have an excellent affinity with the epidermis compared to cosmetic products from petrochemicals. As the ingredients used in these organic products come from natural sources, rashes, itching, pimples, redness, and allergic reactions are things that can be avoided.


In addition to this, organic cosmetics can help provide the skin with additional nutrition. Ingredients like vitamin E, coconut oil, and others like shea butter and cocoa butter are commonly used in the manufacture of organic cosmetics. These ingredients are well known to help the skin protect itself better and reorganize itself better.

5-Organic products are not tested on animals

Unlike conventional cosmetics, organic products are not tested on animals in their manufacturing process because the ingredients used are already known to be safe for humans and certified cruelty-free.

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         Bio Cosmetic

In the end, there can be downsides to organic products, nothing is perfect, that’s for sure. But, what is good is that these products are better in several areas, health, environment, quality, etc. This is why it would be better to improve organic products so that they are 100% eco-responsible and healthy for consumers and the environment.

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Par : Fatma Zohra HADAGHA

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