Despite its healthful properties, and its longevity of use, Vitamin E has experienced a lot of public relations problems.
It’s not the first time we’ve heard this question: “I have sensitive skin and can’t use regular soap. Can I use Botanie’s organic herbal soap?”
No other ingredient in soapmaking carries the historical and cultural weight of Frankincense.
Trust is crucial to organic identity.
Big soap companies will accuse you of not loving your family if you don’t buy the right product to protect them from the illness in the world.
Organic is at the center of a change in the conversation between consumers and producers, especially with large-scale food and skincare manufacturers.
Being organic isn’t as clear-cut or easy as you’d think. For some, that uncertainty can be surprising.
More and more, consumers are concerned about what they put in and on their bodies, the ingredients in their skincare and the naturalness of their food.
Campbell’s Soup announced they will be supporting a federal policy requiring that food ingredient labels include the listing of genetically modified ingredients when they exist.