Either one is great in most cases, unless you are looking for real results. The growth of organic skincare wil wane over the next decade as people realize the organic and corrective cannot coexist with the current labeling laws in place. This has more to do with the current regulations for the labeling than the idea of using ingredients from organic plants. If we could get our vitamin C from an organic orange or an antioxidant straight from organic fruit extraction, that would be great.
Unfortuantely, organic products are so limited in what actives they can contain, that they rarely make significant changes in the skin. Natural products have a similar problem. We cannot harvest our ingredients from fruits and vegetables in most cases due to the prohibitive costs. That would be the true definition of natural. Instead, 99.99 percent of the companies use "bioidentical" active ingredients, which are about 90 as good as the real thing. There are cases where we would define "natural" much more strictly than it is being claimed. A natual product should not have inflammatory or toxic preservatives like parabens or phenoxy-ethanol. It should not contain dyes, articial fragrance, or fillers.
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