Why natural skincare is best

I adore me some skincare products, particularly body moisturizers because I love my skin to feel soft and smooth. A couple years ago I started to get a little anxious about the long list of chemicals in my lotions and potions. Being very conscious of what I was putting in my body yet not so wary of what I was putting on it didn’t make much sense.

One of my favorite wellness authors, Kris Carr, highlights the problem of chemical-laden products in Body 411, an interview with Environmental Working Group’s Heather White.


I decided that Mother Nature provided all the ingredients necessary for beautiful skin, and therefore created my own 100% natural skincare product Belle Coco. Starting with my favorite ingredient of all, coconut oil, I blended and experimented until I found the perfect combination of moisturizers that was easily absorbed into my skin and left my whole body silky soft. I also use it in my hair to style, moisturize, and smooth.

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Best of all, Belle Coco is completely pure and natural, made with organic unrefined oils and scented with essential oils. It’s safe and healthy for you and for the planet. Because it’s so concentrated, you only need small amounts, and it’s versatility simplifies your beauty routine. Wins all around.

Be chemical free. Get your jar of Belle Coco HERE.


Take good care of the entire package of you!

Lots of love,


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Published by Sasha Marie Stone

Happiness Engineer at Automattic, work-from-home wellness expert, life coach, and dog mom.

One thought on “Why natural skincare is best

  1. I have been using just plain raw honey which I find for a great price at (www.benefitsrawhoney.com) as a facial cleanser, the method is listed on this site as well. Not only has it cleared my acne but my face is soft and smooth.


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