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Most beauty products—whether they're natural, organic, or conventional—have some kind of label listing the main ingredients. Understanding what that label means—and how to compare one label to another—is no easy task. Good wants to make it easier with their quick guide to translating natural beauty product labels.Good writes:
Get out your loupe, because it's time to read some labels. This is by far the hardest thing to do when it comes to choosing personal care products, but it's also the most instructive, and the most important. Because of lax cosmetics laws, it can be very hard to know if a product you're using is as clean and safe as you want it to be.
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