I know I’m always going on and on about using clean skincare, and I do so because there are so many compelling reasons why it’s important. I believe simple, clean, minimal skincare is best, and if you can incorporate freshly made products into your routine, even better! Reading labels is key to knowing what you’re absorbing through your skin as well as ingesting from your packaged foods. I’m getting in your face today about discontinuing the use of palm oil.
Currently, it’s used in so many consumer products, and its popularity is killing the orangutans. Palm oil is found in approximately half of the products found in grocery stores, like frozen foods and margarine as well as personal care products like soaps, candles, cosmetics and household cleaners. And it’s not always easy to see it written on the label, because there are so many alternative names for the ingredient:
Read more about the issue from the experts, because I’m definitely not one of them:
Simple and clean living is great for you AND the sweet orangutans, who don’t have a voice in this fight or their future. It will take even more effort in reading labels, and we’re bound to slip up here and there, but if palm oil products start becoming less popular, an alternative will be found. Money talks, as we all know too well.