Say No to Plastic

From the moment you wake up and wash your face in the morning, your beauty routine could be harming the environment.

Let us find out how??

What are microbeads?

Microbeads are tiny spheres of plastic measuring one micrometer to 5mm. They are added as an exfoliating agent to more than 100 cosmetics and personal care products, such as soap, facial scrub and toothpastes, since their introduction in 1972.

After you wash your face or clean your teeth, the microbeads go down the plughole and pass through water filtration systems because they are so tiny.

These microbeads then end up in the sea where they are ingested by fish and harm marine life. Plastic particles have been found in fish, shellfish and even the stomachs of birds.

Greenpeace says: “Microbeads end up in humans through toothpaste and through eating seafood that has ingested microplastics and the toxins that come with them.”

UK banned products with microbeads.

MAKE A WISE CHOICE, opt for natural exfoliant derived from Jojoba oil.

Forever Aloe scrub

• Natural exfoliator for the face and body

• Prepares skin for moisturization

• Gentle enough for everyday use

“More than skin deep”, is Forever Aloe Scrub®. With its unique combination of Stabilized Aloe Vera gel and solid micro-spheres made from pure Jojoba Oil, this effective skin cleanser is gentle enough for everyday use and strong enough to clear away the debris that accumulates in the delicate pores of the skin. In combination, these two natural ingredients will clear the way for the skin’s own unique renewal process, while helping to protect it from the drying and damaging effects of synthetic cleansers.

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