We have gathered some of the top web resources to help you discover and learn more about the importance of choosing organic and natural products. Here are some of the best website resources for you to keep handy in your bookmarks.  Click on the titles and links below to learn more about these resources.

Consumer Affairs Organic Skincare Guide

Consumer Affairs has compiled a comprehensive organic skincare guide to provide  some valuable information regarding the benefits organic skincare products.  The guide promotes using more natural and organic solutions to nourish the skin, as opposed to commercial products that may contain a list of harmful ingredients and side-effects.  In addition to this, this guide covers key points about the best natural and organic brands, hair care, packaging, animal testing, expert reviews and many more resources to keep consumers informed.

Environmental Working Group Skin Deep Cosmetics Database

The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has been working tirelessly to protect the environment as well as human health. They bring consumers practical solutions that help them to shield their families from harmful chemicals. They educate the consumer about which products are natural and safe to use. Since 2004 they have been helping consumers make informed decisions about the safety of the products they buy.


Green people.org provides important organic resources for the consumer. In fact, the organization has become so synonymous with eco-friendly services, that a stamp of approval from them is all you need to drive consumers to your organic goods and services. It is the largest green directory in the world boasting 29000 listings and counting!

Miessence Certified Organic Skin Care & Cosmetics

The world’s first comprehensive range of skin care, cosmetics and health care products to be certified organic to food industry standards. No synthetic chemicals, no toxins, just 100% beneficial ingredients. Order online or find out about our organic home business opportunity.


Nicehair.org is dedicated to helping people with thinning hair. It shows people which ingredients are harmful to hair health. The website also tells consumers about products that are organic and good for stemming hair loss and stimulating hair growth.

Organic Consumers Association

The Organic Consumers Association provides people with a directory where they can connect with businesses that are green and organic. The directory is also sponsored by greenpeople.org. This directory also provides links to other organic directories.


Safecosmetics.org informs the public about the latest news in the cosmetic industry and the dangers perpetuated by some companies. This organization not only informs, it encourages people to take action to ensure that products do not contain harmful ingredients. It is actively involved in getting congress to pass legislation to regulate the chemicals used by cosmetic companies.


SLS free.net started out as a simple blog but has evolved into one of the largest information sites about the effects of Sodium Lauryl Sulfate. This blog helps people to make informed decisions about the purchasing of natural skin, hair and other personal care products. The blog has a free guide where readers can sign up to receive information about top rated products.

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