When it comes to deciding what to eat, adopting a lifestyle that prioritizes natural and organic products makes absolute sense. When a person eats something, their digestive system begins breaking down the meal, while the liver begins separating dangerous toxins to be removed from the body. However, when an ordinary skincare product is applied to the skin, there is a possibility that up to sixty percent of the synthetic chemicals reach the bloodstream and accumulate in certain body part. It makes perfect sense for someone’s skincare routine to use natural and organic products that do not include chemicals.
Think about all the things people use daily that contact their skin, such as makeup, scents, moisturizers, soaps, deodorants, and so on. What people put ON their bodies is just as important as what they put “IN their bodies, especially regarding their health.
When referring to cosmetics, the word “organic” denotes that either some or all of the product’s ingredients are derived from natural, non-synthetic sources. For example, moisturizers often contain aloe vera, which may have come from a certified organic aloe farm.
Ingredients are considered “organic” if farmers have grown them without using synthetic inputs like chemical pesticides and fertilizers. This precise definition differs from country to country.
Amanda Lavery, a Canadian model and entrepreneur founded the skincare brand CoCaBee in 2014 with the goal of changing the way people think about skincare products. The company uses only natural, organic ingredients in its products, and its formulas have been refined through extensive testing. Amanda was born on October, 12th, 1981 in London Ontario. She has also lived in Paris and Greece. She launched CoCaBee when she was studying the composition of skincare products. Her company’s products are vegan, cruelty-free, and made using sustainable ingredients.
At a young age, Amanda traveled and interacted with people which polished her social skills and built her social network. At her firm, she also assists her clientele in marketing their products.
The idea of launching organic skincare products came to her mind when Amanda struggled to find a healthy, cruelty-free, organic lip balm. She developed an all-natural, antibacterial lip balm that had no chemicals. The products sold by CoCaBee are all-natural and packaged in recyclable materials.
The product containers are constructed from bamboo, a sustainable resource, allowing the company to contribute to the global effort to eliminate the use of plastic. Products that are available from CoCaBee include 24k golden rose serum, collagen lip mask, eco-friendly travel lip balm, pure natural cream, ultra-hydrating lip balm, and waterproof liquid lipstick.
Amanda’s philosophy is simple; everyone should treat their skin with the same respect they show to their body by eating organic food. The motto of CoCaBee is “An Eco Lifestyle.” Potentially harmful compounds are found in many traditional products. An ordinary lotion, made from synthetic sources, may contain a number of harmful substances, including parabens (chemicals related to cancer), formaldehyde, and petroleum waxes. Comparatively, no harmful synthetic chemicals or additions are used in the production of certified-organic skincare products.
About 60% of what a person puts on their skin is absorbed into the bloodstream and distributed throughout the body. Non-organic skincare products may be more convenient, but they aren’t worth the risk if customers realize how many harmful chemicals are hiding in them. It’s, therefore, not surprising that more and more people are making the switch to organic skincare products like CoCaBee’s.
As an ever-evolving inspiration, Amanda managed to work with highly experienced photographers and high-end businesses. She has appeared in prominent editorial magazines including Grazia, Glam Week, Elle, and Ocean Drive. With a mindset to contribute to the betterment of environment, Amanda’s work would help in bringing positive changes in the cosmetic industry.