The skin is the body’s largest organ, and accounts for most of the body’s absorption of everyday toxins. These toxins include the products we rub on our skin daily. In some cases, over sixty percent of the chemicals in lotions, creams, and makeup will be absorbed through the skin and into the bloodstream. These products may build up in the organs, such as the liver, and stay in the body for years.

It seems you should be able to avoid particular chemicals that are known dangers, or simply not approved for human contact by reading the labels on containers, but often companies disguise the true nature of ingredients or simply fail to include an item out of fear of competitors.

While any product can be harmful in large doses, even water, using natural products can prevent the buildup of unnatural chemicals and synthetic compounds in the body. By allowing your skin to absorb only essences found naturally, you are helping your body purge the unnatural items while enjoying the smooth and radiant skin natural products leave behind.

Using natural products also helps the environment and world around us as animal testing is not allowed on most natural products. Animal byproducts are not included in the creation, nor are animals included in the process in any way. Also, the manufacture of natural products does not release the same toxins into the environment that traditional manufacturing does.

Finally, the greatest benefit of natural product, is the effectiveness of the product itself. Natural remedies have been known and practiced for centuries, and HuncaMunka soaps are no different. The Earth provides all that we need to thrive, and natural product manufacturers expound on this by packaging the best the planet has to offer.

For every traditional beauty product there is a natural product, which, in many cases, is actually more effective – without the side effects. For truly radiant skin and the positive feeling that you are doing what is best for you and the world around you, replace chemically laced products with natural ones today.