Companies that Use Natural Ingredients
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Companies that Use Natural Ingredients

Posted on Wednesday, April 1st, 2015 at 7:00 am
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Companies that Use Natural Ingredients | FreeCoupons.comMany people seek out foods and beverages that contain natural ingredients. That often means reading the labels on the packages to see what ingredients are inside. Somehow, not everyone thinks to do that with products that are not foods or beverages. It is entirely possible to find companies that use natural ingredients in their products. Here are a few to start with.

Burt’s Bees
Burt’s Bees has been well known as a company that emphasizes natural ingredients, and sustainability, for a very long time. They use the following natural ingredients in their products: almond, aloe, baobab, beeswax (of course!), buttermilk, camomile, clary sage, cocoa butter, cotton, cupacu, daisy, eucalyptus, flower waxes, willow bark, sunflower, royal jelly (another bee product), rice, pomegranate, pink grapefruit, peppermint orange, mango, lemon, lavender, kokum butter and jojoba.

Beeswax is a natural emulsifier. It is used in cosmetics, lotions, and balms to bind. It also has a nice smell, and can help seal the skin when a person uses moisturizing formulas. Royal jelly helps enhance skin texture and reduce the appearance of fine lines.

Soapbox Soaps
Their soaps are made from all natural ingredients. The base of their bar soaps are made with: natural olive, coconut, soybean, and corn oils. The bar soaps are scented with natural oils. Some soaps also contain organic shea butter and unrefined sea salt. Their natural hand soaps and body washes are made with plant derived materials and blended with natural fragrance blends. Aloe, shea butter, and jojoba oils are included.

Soapbox Soaps points out on their website that the way things are listed on their soaps has to adhere to International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients standards. You can find an explanation of their labels on their website.

The Honest Company
The Honest Company has an “Honestly Free Guarantee”. In short, it means that they do not use health compromising chemicals or compounds in their products. They remain vigilant about the latest science regarding chemicals and health.

They have their very own organic infant formula that is certified organic, made without GMO ingredients, gluten-free, and kosher. The milk in it comes from cows that are raised on trusted organic dairy farms that do not use synthetic pesticides, insecticides or fertilizers.

You can look at any of their products on their website and get a complete explanation of every ingredient a particular product contains. In addition to baby items, they also sell soap, deodorant, toothpaste, shampoo, bug spray, and more!

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