learn about the top 10 toxins in skincare products and non-toxic products that you can use instead

Top 10 Toxins to Remove From Your Skincare Routine

Top 10 Toxins to Remove From Your Skincare Routine and Non-toxic Products to Use Instead


If you find the long ingredient lists in most products confusing and overwhelming, you're not alone! It's daunting even for those of us who have spent many years in the natural products and cosmetic industries.

However, this topic is immensely important because what we put on our skin enters our bodies and affects our overall health and well being. And, the really scary thing is that many common ingredients used in cosmetics (yep, even some natural products) are known carcinogens, endocrine and hormonal disruptors, allergens, may affect fertility, can have adverse neurological effects, and studies have even linked them to birth defects and various types of cancer. Yet, companies are allowed to incorporate them into the products that we use every day. These dangerous chemicals are in many common skincare products, and are likely in your go-to products!

So, in order to make this topic a little less confusing, I researching the top common toxins in skincare products and created a simple and easy-to-use PDF infographic that you're welcome to save, print out, or share!

I could have easily made the guide longer or included more than 10 chemicals (unfortunately, there are so many), but if you're like me and your eyes glaze over at long lists of ingredients, then I thought that something short and to the point would be much more useful and helpful.

Learn all about the top toxins and harmful chemicals commonly found in skincare products and cosmetics, and how to make the switch to pure, clean, non-toxic, plant-based products instead!

Access the free PDF here and learn all about the "Top 10 Toxins to Immediately Remove From Your Skincare Routine"

Top 10 Toxins to Remove From Your Skincare Routine and Non-toxic Products to Use Instead


Irene Wolansky Fawn Lily Botanica
Irene is the owner, founder, formulator, and chief maker at Fawn Lily Botanica. Prior to beginning Fawn Lily Botanica in 2012, she worked within the natural and herbal product industries for two decades. Her herbal medicine and skin care articles and recipes have been featured and published in national magazines, blogs, newsletters, and journals including Willow and Sage Magazine, MaryJanesFarm Magazine, Mountain Rose Herbs, the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA) Journal, EarthFirst Journal, Farming Magazine, Amaze Magazine, Eugene Magazine, and the Eugene Weekly among others. In her spare time, she can be found chasing her energetic twins around and exploring Oregon’s wild places.
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