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Registered: ‎03-10-2010
Saw this topic posted elsewhere and checked it out on several beauty research sites. Am wondering if the Q is assuming liability for the claims she makes. All the products are not "chemical" free. And you would have to know her definition of chemical. Is arsenic a chemical? It is naturally occurring in soil. Natural isn't a blanket claim for "good" nor does that claim make one product better than another. It can mean many things. My husband has been convinced by good marketing that candy and cookies he buys that say natural are actually "good" for him. Natural means nothing.