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How to Switch to Natural Ingredients - 5 Products to Swap Now

If you’ve been inspired to get on the path of natural beauty, wellness, and healthy living, you’ve come to the right place. Non-toxic and natural beauty are all the rage in 2022. Not only is it better for your health but also for the environment. Natural beauty allows you to look and feel great while also helping the world around you. 

Making the switch to natural ingredients is not easy. But it can be. Majestic Pure has formulated a complete guide to switching to natural ingredients, starting off with 5 products you can swap out immediately. 

5 Products to Swap Now

1. Essential Oils for Fragrance 

When it comes to fragrance, everyone has a favorite. That’s why it can be hard to swap it out for something else. 

1 oz Essential Oils for Fragrance

Because you’ve got essential oils as excellent alternatives for any perfume in your arsenal, there is a wide range of scents to choose from when you’re looking at essential oils, including lavender, lemongrass, rosemary, eucalyptus, and peppermint. All you need to do is to add a drop to your finger and dab it onto your wrists and behind your ears. A little goes a long way! 

2. Coconut Oil for Mineral Oil 

Mineral oils are often used in products that have a moisturizing quality. This particular ingredient can be harmful to the skin in the long run, so it’s best to swap it with a natural ingredient. 

Coconut oil is the perfect replacement for mineral oil. It is an excellent moisturizer that intensely hydrates the skin, leaving it feeling softer and smoother. What’s more, you can apply it as part of your skincare routine, allowing it to absorb into your skin. Apply two drops of coconut oil to your face, either every morning or every night, and watch your skin glow like never before. 

3. Go Sulfate-Free 

Sulfates are a key ingredient for many shampoos and conditioners. These chemicals might make your hair and skin look great but they can harm you if used for a long period of time. Sulfates can cause cracked skin, rashes, inflammation, and other concerns. They can also dry out the hair, causing problems such as dandruff and buildup. 

Argan Oil shampoo (sulfate free)

This is why you should opt for products that do not contain parabens. There are several options for shampoos and conditioners that are sulfate-free. Majestic Pure Argan Oil Shampoo is a sulfate-free shampoo that helps replenish the hair. 

4. Lemon Essential Oil for Antiperspirants 

Antiperspirants are highly unnatural products because they disrupt a completely natural process – sweating. Antiperspirants also cause a lot of discomfort under the arms, increasing the chances of discoloration, pigmentation, and dark underarms. 

Lemon Essential Oil for Antiperspirants

So, if you want a natural alternative to an antiperspirant, try diluted Majestic Pure Lemon Essential Oil which can be used to create natural deodorants. Its pleasant fragrance and beneficial properties would also be good for the skin, promoting an even tone under the arms. 

5. Apple Cider Vinegar for Toner 

To get all the good aspects of toner while eliminating the bad ones, it would be good to swap it out for apple cider vinegar instead due to its chemical content. Dilute the apple cider vinegar with water and gently dab it onto the skin with a cotton pad. This promotes evenly toned skin, helping to reduce the appearance of blemishes. 

These were 5 products you could swap out in your journey for natural beauty. Visit the Majestic Pure store to explore products containing natural ingredients that you can incorporate into your daily beauty regimen. 

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