While supporting organic products and efforts benefits our environment, it is important to realize that non-food items are not subject to the same legislation as food items. Certified organic foods must contain at least 95% organic ingredients, and a food must contain at least 70% organic ingredients to be labeled as “contains organic ingredients.” However, non-food items can vary greatly in organic content, some containing less than 1% while shill claiming to be organic. The best approach is to read the label to be sure that a product is free of synthetic chemicals. Sodium lauryl sulfate, parabens, and propylene glycol have been subject to the most debate.
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