San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) June 18, 2014
Top10inaction.com, a professional top10 ranking website, has revealed 10 Best Organic Beauty Brands in order to help readers identify the most trusty organic beauty brands in the overwhelming green hype.
The website selects ten best prestigious organic beauty brands in the industry such as Burt’s Bees, Dr.Hauschka, John Masters Organics and Neal’s Yard Remedies. Each brand in question is given a brief introduction and review to let readers know the history, certification, philosophy and policy of these brands. To know more about all those 10 brand, please check out http://top10inaction.com/organic-beauty-brand/.
When seeking for a high quality organic beauty brand, its philosophy and policy of making products, apart from certifications, is the paramount factor to consider as a customer. Brand philosophy tells its attitude towards the industry and lifestyle it advocates, therefore it influences the guideline of the company. The policy, on the other hand, determines the quality of its products directly. It shows how the company choose the ingredients, the way it produce products, whether it has animal tests, so on and so forth. Also the editors have handpicked the most popular product of each brand for readers so that beginners of organic beauty will know where to start.
These recommended brands are selected through rigid criteria. Most of them are certificated by USDA. The entire product lines should contain completely pure, all natural and organic ingredients free from harmful synthetic ingredients such as sls, parabens, petrochemicals, phthalates, PEGS, DMDM urea, DEA and even artificial fragrance.
Speaking of the purpose of this reveal, the owner of Top10inaction says:“All we hope for is to help our readers to spot on the bone fide organic brands without wasting time and money.” The concept of “natural product” has been twisted by many beauty manufactures in order to promote their synthetic products. Products containing synthetic or even toxic ingredients are also boasted as “pure products”. The costumer is now misled and deceived by tricks and fancy advertisements, and that’s where the article proves to be valuable.