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Q: Why should I use all natural skin care products?
A: Your skin in is the largest organ of your body; it's the dermal system. Sixty percent of all things you put on your skin are absorbed into your body. You can choose all natural things like aloe vera and honey or you can choose scary things like carcinogens and estrogen mimickers. Imagine what the affect could be over a lifetime of healthy skin choices.
Q: Why are Serenity Naturals products so much more affordable than other skin care lines?
A: We have a very simple philosophy at Serenity Naturals when it comes to pricing; everyone should have access to the highest quality all-natural skin care products.
Q: What is an estrogen mimicker? It sounds scary.
A: Well, it sounds scary because it is scary. Parabens (estrogen mimickers contained in many commercial skin care products) once applied to the skin, enter the bloodstream, and the body mistakes them for estrogen. When the body thinks there is an abnormally high amount of estrogen present in the bloodstream due to the presence of these hormone disrupters, it reacts in various ways: decreasing muscle mass, increasing fat deposits, causing early onset of puberty and spurring reproductive difficulties in both men and women.
Q: How long does homemade soap last? What helps the soap to last longer?
A: We use our bars of soap every day. By keeping the natural soap out of the flow of your shower and allowing the soap to dry out between uses, each bar of our soap should last about a month
Q: What is tricolsan and why shouldn't I use it?
A: This chemical is most often found in antibacterial soap. Recent studies have found that triclosan actually promotes the emergence and growth of bacteria resistant to antibiotic cleansers. It also creates dioxin, a carcinogen that has been found in high levels in human breast milk. Dioxins have disruptive effects on the endocrine system and negatively affect thyroid functions. And here’s a fun fact: dioxin is the primary toxic component of Agent Orange; the defoliating herbicide used in the Vietnam War.