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3 Responses to “Watchdog Group Sues Skincare Brands for Mislabeling Organic Products”

  1. Carro says:

    This is so true! It is a jungle of products claiming things and so hard to navigate the ingredient lists. My best advice is to find a brand or two you believe in and stick with them. This site has more info about

  2. Betsey says:

    Ingredients for Morocco Method Euro Hair OIl:

    Extracts of bhringaraj, brahmi, neem, amla, sage, lavender, white rose, frankincense, and myrrh in a base of sunflower, almond, apricot, avocado, and jojoba oils; organic hand-picked St. Johns wort flowers infused in cold pressed olive oil.

    Why is this on the list?

  3. consumers101 says:

    Stick to certified organic products. If its not safe to eat, you probably shouldn’t be putting it on your skin.

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