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In thinking about beauty, bath and body products, how important is it to you that these products be natural?

Not only are there multitudes of beauty products on the market but, there seems to be an ever increasing list of product claims. For some of us, organic and vegan is important for others its about odor/fragrance free products. Many new products are entering the market with all natural claims.

How important is that to you and why?

Very Important (38.5%)

Somewhat Important (54.9%)

Not at all Important (6.5%)

In thinking about beauty, bath and body products, how important is it to you that these products be natural?
  • sissylove By sissylove
    on Nov 30, 2007  

    Natural is by far the best quality.

  • debi_123 By debi_123
    on Nov 30, 2007  

    i use a well and septic tank i belive in using natural ingrediants and only biodigradable products even if i can't spell it lol i drink only natural juices and eat only fruit and vegie juice grow almost everything i eat. almost now not totally self suffcieant though i wish i could be somethings i just have to depend on the neighbors for like gas etc. one day i hope i can totally do for myself. i'm getitng there though. don't eat nothing with a face that is me. and don't wear nothing that had a fface either.

  • tharedhead By tharedhead
    on Nov 30, 2007  

    Its an interesting question as to what is "natural" and what is "un-natural"? Arsenic is a perfectly "natural" salt. Petrolum is the result of the long term fermentation of natural sea plant and animals. I really don't care if my beauty products are natural, un-natural or supernatural, as long as they work.LOL!

  • wazzername By wazzername
    on Nov 30, 2007  

    Although I do believe natural is better in some products, beauty products is not one of them. I agree with tharedhead,,as long as they work!

  • deadhead By deadhead
    on Nov 30, 2007  

    natural is always what i look for, although, they are hard to find and often very pricey.so i do buy products that are not all natural.

  • cmkarpo By cmkarpo
    on Nov 30, 2007  

    I try to go natural as much as I can but will not go with out if it is not available.

  • OtterKim By OtterKim
    on Nov 30, 2007  

    Natural is good, if it is reported accurately. Manufacturers can manipulate the truth slightly. Like "Organic" may actually not be best if other things like too much salt are added during production!

  • jen113 By jen113
    on Nov 30, 2007  

    Hey as long as they work, and are safe. You never know sometimes they might say Natural and just not be, For example spring water could be just plain old Tap water. Everyones trying to make a buck thise days at whatever cost to the consumers.

  • sillycat By sillycat
    on Nov 30, 2007  

    im not actually looking for natural products. half the products out there say natural but really arent. i use products that just work. the products i like are what is important to me. the natural part is very unpredictable in alot of products. i think its just a way to get you to pay more.

  • kwirkee76 By kwirkee76
    on Nov 30, 2007  

    If you care about the health and well-being of yourself and your family, natural is the way to go. Of course, you might end up paying more because that's just how it goes with the current market. Maybe in 20 years or so, good products/services will be the norm and won't cost and arm & a leg.