5 Terrible Skin & Hair Side Effects of Harsh Chemicals

Sheetal Rawal, Founder, Apsara Skin Care

Above: Sheetal Rawal, scientist (human genetics) & founder of Apsara Skin Care

When we encourage everyone to “go natural” with their skin and hair care routine, we sincerely mean it. That commitment starts with our products, all of which are made with natural ingredients and do not contain any harsh chemicals like parabens and SLS. Even though harsh chemicals can be found in a lot of over-the-counter products, we know that you don’t need them to get beautiful skin and gorgeous hair. Plus, these chemicals to avoid in beauty products can pose a serious risk to your skin and hair that are not definitely worth it in the long run.

In this episode of the podcast, you will learn 5 terrible side effects that harsh chemicals like parabens and SLS can have on your skin and hair. Because these side effects can be more common with many over-the-counter beauty products, we hope that this podcast episode will push you to go natural and be wary of these chemicals to avoid in skincare and haircare products. If you do, please consider going natural with us; we have a wide range of natural skincare products for your skin type and skincare needs. To learn more about these harsh chemicals, please listen to this episode right away. 

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Related: Apsara Skin Care’s ROOP Saffron Bright Skin Potion is light and provides your skin with intense, long-lasting moisture.

Go natural. It is good karma!

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