An Organic Loofah Sponge Is The Best Addition To Your Bath Essentials

An Organic Loofah Sponge Is The Best Addition To Your Bath Essentials article image by Organic Market Skincare

If there’s one bathing accessory you shouldn’t be without, it’s a loofah sponge. Its utility is not only limited to getting rid of dirt and dead skin cells. There is so much more to this bath accessory than meets the eye. Let’s explore the other uses and unknown wellness benefit of organic, all-natural loofah.

  • Mild Exfoliation

The best loofah products have the ability to remove dead skin cells from the surface. It utilizes mild friction to stimulate exfoliation without dulling skin complexion. Not only does shower loofah remove dead skin cells to reveal a natural glow, but it also gets rid of bacteria that may have collected on the outermost layer of the skin.

  • Improve Systemic Circulation

The friction created by the firm, elastic fibers of a loofah sponge stimulate blood flow that improves overall blood circulation. The friction created by the scrubbing motion of the loofah against the skin makes the blood vessels closest to the skin expand, resulting in stimulated blood flow. Of course other body scrubbing accessories have the same effect, but loofah are milder in nature so you don’t have to worry about irritating or creating scratches on the skin.

  • Safe on the Skin and Mother Nature

A loofah sponge is an all-natural bathing essential that will not cause harm on your skin. You don’t have to worry about skin irritation even when you use it on a daily basis.

And since natural loofah comes from Mother Nature, it is biodegradable which means that it will not pollute the environment. When it’s time for you to discard the loofah, you don’t have to worry about it polluting landfills and the water supply.

Experience a more relaxing and stress free bathing with loofah sponges. It helps clean your skin, improve circulation, and make your skin glowing from within!

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Why Choose Organic Makeup and Skin Care?

Let’s step back and look at the big picture. Your skin is actually designated as an organ. In fact, it is the largest organ you have. Apart from the obvious (covering and protecting your body) functions, it regulates temperature, excretes waste, and absorbs. Yes. It absorbs things. Like oxygen and nitrogen. And all the things we put on it. Where do you think the creams disappear?

Think about it. It’s a porous absorbent surface. So shouldn’t it matter what it absorbs?

An average woman starts her daily skincare routine by washing her face with some sort of soap, putting a cream, and then layers of concealers, foundations, powders, shadows, liners, lipsticks. At the end of the day all of it is washed off with soaps, and covered with toners, lotions, masks… You know the picture.

The government does not actually regulate the makeup industry. The manufacturers of all these products can put anything and everything they want inside.

And they do.

So, when you think you’re covering up some spots, or making your eyes larger, you are actually feeding your body things like: Methyl, propyl, butyl, ethyl paraben, petroleum, synthetic fragrances, synthetic colours…

All these things irritate the skin (not to mention other long term side-effects), making women search for new lotions, new creams, new concealers.

Organic skincare products and organic makeup, or at least natural products, are the only way to escape this never-ending cycle of self poisoning.

So, for starters, next time you buy some kind of make-up, imagine you where to eat it. Just a bit of it. Then read the ingredients. I am pretty sure your next step would be to turn towards the local health store (or shelf) and search for organic makeup.

Unless, of course, you like the taste of petroleum…

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