Brent wrote:Forgive me for raising this whole "organic" issue, we understand the skin is our largest organ and it absorbs all we put on it...basically it's like a big tounge...correct?
So, can someone please explain to me why you get all wound up about a bit of natural moisturiser or sunblock when you all wash your clothes in strong cold-water chemical detergents and fabric softners and then wear them against your skin, why you sleep on sheets washed in same, why you females apply chemical makeup to your face & near your tear-ducts (eye liner), why you eat your food off plates & cutlery washed in strong chemical detergents, why you shampoo & condition your hair with chemical compounds, why you use purchased soap with many chemical additives to smell nice, why many of you eat a fairly large amount of processed foods (and I'm taking anything other than 100% organic here) why you drink anything other than rain water, to me it's all abit twee.
Going the "oh no, it's got to be natural" is like re-arranging deck chairs on the Titanic...you live in a society surrounded in chemicals and you absorb everything that passes or comes into contact with your skin.....so a bit of natural aloe vera makes any difference ?????
Apart from smell nice & make you feel better about yourselves...
This is my point.
Of course Roy you do none of the above. You live in a bubble.
DeathFrog wrote:I just find it more fun to use the aloe vera plant itself.
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