Organic Skin Care Essentials

With the term “organic” going mainstream for the past several years, for most people, “organic” reverberates with “quality”. With many people becoming conscious and aware of what they are putting on their plates and into their bodies and therefore taking conscious steps like growing their own food among other practices. This is then supporting community ecosystems by cutting down food miles, wastage and promoting a culture of healthy eating and mindful living.

“Parts of our genome simply cannot survive a situation where the environment suffers from the full overload of toxins we currently live in.”
― Kat Lahr, Parallelism Of Cyclicality

But it doesn’t have to stop at that; some people have re-designed a major spectrum of their lifestyle to revolve around organic. From organic clothing, washing supplies to intimate articles, the list is expanding quickly.


Sometimes, a very important segment gets completely over looked; its what we apply to our skin and the sort of make-up we use. As people are becoming more aware, going natural and using elements from the kitchen table is also a trend that’s slowly shaping up. But, it might not always be a convenient option to concoct a perfect brew for your skin from what’s available at home. Enter IQ Natural, an organic skincare company that has been delivering results for over 14 years. Their use of certified organic and plant based, natural ingredients give them a fine edge over the fully chemical alternatives we use on a regular basis.

Their website is a feast to the eyes. The layout is minimalist and is organised categorically. They have a wide range of organic, plant based and natural, mineral based offerings. You can simply head over t the section that interests you: it may be skin care, bath and body, make up, aromatherapy or hair care. They even have a wholesale section catering to bulk purchases.

Each product comes with a product description page, ingredient list (some other vital information) and a list of the options listed sequentially to help you choose. Some of the products or more specifically, kits come with a brief tutorial on how to use the product(s). Their packing isn’t very fancy. It looks chic, minimal and carefully designed keeping both the aesthetics and storage/ space aspects in mind. Their products are designed to combat a wide range of skin care problems and provides you with ample choices across various price ranges to choose from.

For those of you looking for business ideas, you can choose to become an affiliate, as you use and promote stuff that you like. They also have a special provision of assured free gifts with orders above $50, $100 and so on. There’s a free standard shipping on US orders above $50.

It is also one of the few sites that offers a great deal of information upfront. Their guide to the natural ingredients they use and the purpose they solve is a great source of information for just about anyone looking for it.

Head over to their site for a comfortable, learning and shopping experience and reward yourself with a few picks from their range for a radiant, beautiful, youthful skin you want to regain and maintain!

Author: Anya

Founder at The TechGirl Journal & The IDEA Bucket ; Anya lives in California while working in the field of Computational Genomics. TechGirl Journal is focussed on the lifestyle of a girl in STEM and tips on how to build a business and a career in tech with a focus on skill-development, interviews, internship, personal projects, and pet-peeves! The IDEA Bucket is focused on small business ventures and practical, urban lifestyles. For specific inquiries, you can e-mail:

2 thoughts on “Organic Skin Care Essentials

  1. Hey my favorite science whiz, I have some question about organic priducts.

    1. We can tell organic how? Are the ingredients actually organic (is India labeling too? Our labeling system is inadequate at best)?

    2. If my carrot moisturizer is made with tocapherols or ammonium laureth sulfate, parabens or glycols; is it still organic? Since one needs chemistry to bind oranges and mangoes into a foamy soap, ate there some common chemical compounds to watch out for?

    Thank you for all the postings on natural products and healthy alternatives! We are getting there but cant seem to find a balance between real, natural products and the toxic industries of the 1950’s.


    1. Hi,
      Thanks for these questions! I will answer them soon in detail in an article fully dedicated to the concept, examples and the current situation 🙂 🙂

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