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SHOULD I AVOID GMOS IN MY SKINCARE PRODUCTS?

 

Have you seen the phrase ‘GMO-Free’ recently on products? While it has become a buzzword, not many people understand what GMOs actually are.

You might not be in this category, though. You probably understand what the term means and its implications when it comes to food. However, you might not know why you need to avoid them in your skincare products.

What are GMOs? How do they get into skincare products? Should you avoid them when choosing skincare products? All these questions are answered in this article so keep reading! By the time you are finished, you will know all you need to about GMOs and skincare.

 

What are GMOs?

GMOs stands for Genetically Modified Organism. It means an organism whose genetic makeup has been engineered to give it characteristics that it does not typically have. This engineering is usually done by taking genes from one organism and putting it in another.

While this alteration has been done to plants, animals, and microorganisms, you hear more about GMO foods. More than 60% of the foods in supermarkets have GMOs in them, according to the Center for Food Safety.

These modified crops grow faster, resist pests, and ensure high yields. Commonly altered food items are corn, soybeans, papaya, and squash. Over 90% of the corn in the United States are genetically modified.

Despite the benefits of using these GMOs, several people have expressed concern that the ‘unnatural’ foods can have long-term adverse effects. So, you learned to avoid them in your diet by eating organic and growing your food, but what about your skincare products.

 

Are GMOs in Skincare Products?

You might be wondering what GMOs have to do with skincare since GMOs usually concern food. However, the truth is that a lot of your skincare products contain these plants.

There are several common ingredients in cosmetic products that are GMO-toxic. Some of them are;

  • Corn Starch
  • Vegetable Protein
  • Glycerin
  • Soy and Canola oils
  • Alcohol

These ingredients are only a selection of the common elements in skincare products. The truth is GMOs are practically everywhere. Since it can seem almost impossible to avoid them, you might be wondering whether you should try at all.

 

Should I Avoid GMOs in my Skincare Products?

Yes, it would be best if you avoided GMOs. Though there has not been any conclusive research on the effects that these organisms can have, it is best to eliminate the use. You will be saving your skin from a lot of potential trouble.

One of the best ways to do so is to grow your skincare ingredients yourself. However, that route may not be a possibility these days. Even when you do, you might not know if the seeds have been altered unless you have the facilities to test it.

So, what do you do to avoid GMOs in your skincare products?

What you need to do is simple. Shop for products that are labelled GMO-Free. While GMO-labelling is compulsory in Europe, it is not enforced in the USA.

You don’t have to go searching for green products, though. Naturalrem has you covered. All products by NaturalRem are GMO-Free.

If you know anything about looking for the best in natural skincare products, you will also be glad to know that Naturalrem products are Gluten-Free and Cruelty-Free. Our 100% natural products are the effective yet clean products you need.

Buy some Naturalrem products today and go GMO-Free!

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