BeautyAll-natural skincare for all-natural skin

All-natural skincare for all-natural skin

“I can do that.”

How many times have you said that to yourself?  Maybe the idea comes from watching a video, glancing over an article, or reading a book. You finish and think, well – how hard can it be? If they can do it, you can do it.

Well, that’s what conventional wisdom would have us believe. Anything is possible. You can do whatever your heart desires. You can readily find more information about any subject than you could ever read or watch.

Information is at our fingertips, and knowledge on any topic is available at the speed of light. Since the rise in the availability of the world’s knowledge, many have taken it upon themselves to learn a new hobby or… start their own business.

That’s part of the beauty of this age. It’s never been easier to figure out – if what you want to do – is something you were “meant” to do. Can that hobby you are enjoying become a job? Will the crafting you are doing now become a source of income? You only have to try, and you will soon know.

This is what one new mother experienced. She found herself with a need, which turned into a passion. Then, the passion became a career.

The necessity for natural.

Ava was at a loss. Her daughter had been in the world for six months and was nearly perfect. She had beautiful bright eyes, ten fingers, and ten chubby toes. It seemed that almost everything was exactly how it should be.

Yet, there was one thing concerning Ava. Her daughter – at such a young age – had terribly dry skin. So, Ava set out to try to fix this. It didn’t end up being a quick fix. Ava tried all sorts of soaps, creams, and lotions. Yet, product after product, nothing seemed to help.

Not being one to give up, Ava read that coconut oil soaps could help. While preparing to purchase her first bar, she thought, “Maybe I can make that.” After all, it was just soap. There couldn’t be much to it. So, after gathering all the ingredients – Ava’s first bar of soap was made – in a crock pot.

Ava discovered that she had a passion for soapmaking. She truly loved it. She enjoyed creating her formulas and soon branched out into making shampoo. Ava knew that she could create a better product than was found in the store. Her daughter’s now healthy skin was a testament to the power of all-natural ingredients.

So, in 2017, Ava Quin’s Soap Company was born.

Why was a new soap needed, though? Ava had tried everything and couldn’t heal her daughter’s skin until she began using all-natural, organic ingredients. There lies the key to great personal care products.

Just like you can’t make a gourmet meal from canned and boxed ingredients, you can’t make great soap with chemicals and inorganic additives.

It takes attention and care to produce quality, thoughtful products. That’s something that large corporations are unwilling to do. It’s too demanding and time-consuming, and the profits are not there. Not the profits they want.

Corporations use many readily available chemicals to cut corners and mass-produce personal care products. These chemicals can strip the oils from your skin. They can also cause a reaction in many people. Let’s look at four not-so-healthy, common ingredients.

These are ingredients you will not find in Ava Quin’s soap.

  1. Tetrasodium EDTA

This is a highly soluble (dissolvable) white solid. It is a salt that results from neutralizing ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (yeah, that sounds good for your skin). It’s widely used as a stabilizer in cosmetics and personal care products. It helps prevent deterioration and discoloration.

In other words, this highly processed chemical helps keep products on store shelves for a long time, and they still look great.

  1. Sodium laurate

Here is another great chemical compound. It’s classified as a soap since it’s derived from a fatty acid. So, it’s a common ingredient in commercial soaps.

Here’s the kicker about this “soap.” It’s also a permitted “bleaching” and “peeling” agent. That sounds lovely for your skin. No wonder many people tend to have reactions to it.

  1. Titanium Dioxide

Well, at least titanium dioxide is a naturally occurring mineral. It is used as a white pigment in many products, including paint and, oh yeah, the soap you use on your skin.

It’s a white solid, and it’s insoluble in water. That’s right, it doesn’t dissolve in water without help from other chemicals. This also, of course, has been known to cause skin reactions in people.

  1. Phthalates

A group of chemicals used to make plastics more durable. Phthalates are often called plasticizers. These chemicals are known to be endocrine-disrupting.

The great news is these hormone-altering chemicals can be found in hundreds of products, from vinyl flooring to lubricating oils and personal care products such as soaps, shampoo, and hair spray.

Exposure to phthalates has been linked to an increased risk of cancer, asthma, allergies, and learning and behavioral difficulties in children. These are chemicals you do not want around you or your children.

As stated earlier, you will not find these chemicals in Ava Quin’s products. She is committed to producing the finest vegan, gluten-free, all-natural, and organic products.

Since creating her company, she has ditched the crockpot and now uses a cold-press method for making her soaps and other care products. This method ensures you get the full strength of the all-natural oils and organic fruit juices she adds to her products. Plus she adds cold press juices to her soaps, which is a game changer.

Ava is dedicated to creating products that are safe and just as effective as anything laden with nasty chemicals, from soap, deodorant, and shampoo to makeup.

As one of Ava’s best sellers, check out this all-natural deodorant to freshen up your day.

Patchouli Spearmint Vegan Deodorant

Feel clean and confident all day with this vegan deodorant.

A genuinely refreshing and pure deodorant made with certified organic essential oils, cocoa butter, and shea butter.

User Kassi had this to say:

This deodorant blows bigger companies products out of the water! I’ve tried deodorants far and wide, clean ingredients and not, and this is by far my favorite! I tried this as a tester and will absolutely be getting a refill and trying others when I run out.

Consider ditching your chemical-laden deodorant and give the feeling of all-natural a try.

And if you’ve ever wanted to try all-natural makeup, Ava Quin has nailed an excellent formula.

Beet Lip and Cheek Stain

Standing behind her promise to create products with real ingredients you can pronounce, this organic stain gets its color from the mighty beet.

Beets have a load of benefits for your body and your skin. They also provide amazing color for your cheeks and lips.

If you are after a pop of red on your lips, then this product is for you.

On your cheeks, add just a little at a time. The more you add, the darker it will become. You are in control of the color.

More and more people are turning to natural makeup as they realize what type of garbage is in most store-bought products. This is an all-natural product that delivers results without the chemicals, just like Kristen says:

I don’t really wear make-up but welcome the Rosie tint this product brings to my face. My skin is very sensitive and this product gives me no irritation and fills my heart with joy knowing it’s vegan and eco-friendly.

So, if you have ever wondered if there are better options out there for your skin, and if they actually work, look no further than Ava Quins Soap Company for high-quality vegan personal care products that really deliver.

In case you were wondering, Ava’s daughter has beautiful, healthy skin, thanks to her mother’s fine products. She continues to be an integral part of the Ava Quin Soap Company.

Check them out today and consider removing the chemicals from your life and enjoying the feeling of all-natural skin care.

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