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THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN “NATURAL” AND “ORGANIC”

8 October 2020 | Blog

Manufacturers often use the term “natural” on the packaging of their skincare products if a small percentage of the product is of natural origin. For example, a single drop of olive oil turns something into a product that says “with natural ingredients” while that drop of natural olive oil is swimming in liquid paraffin. Good for your skin? We don’t think so.

It is preferable to use organic ingredients in products because they are grown cleanly, without fertilizers and pesticides that can sometimes end up in the extracts of a plant (often the oil) and thus in your product.

Witlof products are 100% natural and all or part of those natural ingredients are from an organic origin. We say “know what you put on your face” and make sure you can check the ingredients list on your product yourself, then you will know how clean, natural or organic it really is. Read more about ingredient’s on our page ‘WHAT’S IN IT’

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