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Top all-natural bath and body products that promote healthy skin

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Natural bath products are better for your health

Your skin absorbs more than you think. It's also a battle ground for good versus bad bacteria. To keep your skin healthy, happy, and viable as a protective barrier, consider the bath and body products you put on it. Are they helping or hurting your cause?

Your skin is part of a living organism. It has a huge task of keeping bad things out and letting good things in, such as topical medicines. But that battle becomes hard won when you introduce synthetic and harmful chemicals into that environment. You may be completely unaware of the sources: store-bought soaps, shampoos, and bath bombs.

Toxic ingredients are common

Things like fragrance, harsh surfactants, and antibacterials are brutal on the delicate bacterial balance, or microbiome, of your skin. These man-made chemicals were created for specific purposes, and at the time they were made, many of the health implications weren't known.

However, these types of additives and chemicals have come under scrutiny. For example, the common surfactant sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) is now know as a harsh irritant. You will find this ingredient in almost every store-bought shampoo, soap, conditioner, and toothpaste. Its closlely related surfactant alternative, sodium laureth sulfate, was designed to replace SLS once the irritant factor became irrefutable. But recent news that this surfactant is routinely contaminated with a carcinogen (cancer-causing agent) brought bath and body ingredients under fire once again.

Additives and surfactants are attractive to large bath and body companies because they help their products lather and clean, but it comes at a high cost to their customers. Laws are slowly changing, and some of these ingredients will soon be banned, but who knows if they will be replaced by yet another toxic ingredient.

Go natural for healthy skin

Not cleaning our bodies, hair, and teeth is not an option. We have to use something, and the best option is to go natural.

Some people worry that natural products aren't as effective; they might not clean as well or get the job done. It's likely true that natural products won't strip and clean like harsh chemicals do, but that's kind of the point. They are gentle and they won't give you cancer. It's important that we remind ourselves humans don't naturally have sparkling white teeth or oil-free hair. In fact, stripping away those natural barriers leaves us susceptible.

There are natural product brands that work very well and only include organic, natural, or vegan ingredients.

Top all-natural bath and body products

Drunk Elephant

Drunk Elephant prides itself on making biocompatible products for your skin. This means they aim to maintain a healthy skin pH and avoid harmful ingredients, which include SLS, silicones, and fragrance. They design products that are beneficial and can easily be absorbed by your skin. Their product lines cover skin, hair, and body care.

You can find Drunk Elephant products at Sephora, featured in the clean living selections.


Sudzly is a 100% natural bath and body subscription service that delivers high-end sustainable products to your door. For the quality from artisanal creators, the price is incredibly reasonable. Products are made from organic essential oils, clays, minerals, and natural plants.

Depending on the subscription plan you choose, you can expect a selection of bath bombs, bath salts, face masks, soaps, lotions, dry shampoo, chapstick, and more. Each delivery is unique. You can find Sudzly subscription boxes on Cratejoy.

Beekman 1802

Beekman 1802 began as a farm in upstate New York that was transformed into a natural bath and body product line in 2008. Their products feature goat milk as a key ingredient, but other ingredients, such as honey, rose, and orange blossom, are also included. Each of these ingredients is sourced fresh from the farm.

Beekman 1802 offers skincare and bodycare products, which can be found at Ulta.



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