Friday, September 25, 2020

Amanda Jo Organic Bunny | Going Green- Going Natural

When the pandemic started and all of us were on lockdown, we were limited with the supplies we need for home and even for personal use. I know you will all agree with me when about learning how to use and reuse the things we have at home during the lockdown. After several months- we are slowly and moving back in the system of supply and demand.
Most of us are now more conscious of what to buy- we go now for natural and organic products- products that our family and ourselves can use. Food, health products, beauty essentials are back in stock, physical stores and online stores cater their services to provide us with what we need.

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If you are looking for products to buy online, I saw this on my IG feed, and I am sharing this with all you guys- Amanda Jo Organic Bunny- a curated subscription box page where you can buy products from hair, makeup, skincare, and other beauty needs. I was indulging myself with the skincare products they offer. As you may all know, I am in my mid-40's and aging skin are becoming more evident than of last year. Not complaining I am learning to cope and getting my hands on it to prevent the speed-up of that so-called aging process.

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So, you may ask- What is the difference between organic and natural products?

It's all about going green nowadays, becoming more sustainable, and using more organic ingredients and products. Greener items are cleaner for the body and better for the environment. However, most individuals don't know the difference when it comes to being natural or organic. So the next time you go shopping, make sure you know the difference between conventional and chemical goods, whether you are thinking of moving to a green household or even if you want to make a more health-conscious decision.

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Natural and organic products have become increasingly popular in grocery stores over the last couple of decades.

Product labels advertising natural, all-natural, 100% natural, or certain natural products are not necessarily precise. You can make a better decision by reading the label- if the product is naturally healthy, or safe. Watch out for products with ingredients such as lead, mercury, phthalates, and sodium lauryl sulfate. If you see these ingredients on a label and they are claiming to be a natural switch to a different brand.

On the other hand, organic products are botanical products grown in an environment free of chemicals. We consumers should know and must be wise about brands that claim to have organic ingredients on it.

All areas that use both natural and organic labeling are cosmetics, household goods, cleaning products, food, and pet food. So you know the distinction between natural and organic products now, so the next time you go shopping, whether, on physical stores or online, you can make a smarter and wiser product choice. Before choosing which brand is correct for you, always remember to read the label.

Stay safe, guys!



  1. Thanks for sharing the knowledge. Now I know what I have to check first when buying organic products.

  2. This is a great distinction to make! I've been trying to remove a lot of fake chemicals from the products I use/

  3. I love subscription boxes! These beauty products sound amazing.