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Definition of Natural

Definition of Natural

  • The term ‘natural’ or ‘cleanor ‘green doesn’t have a clear definition today.
  • Third-party organizations and Retailers have released standards that include lists of ingredients that meet their definition of ‘natural.’
  • Here, we look at what dermatologists think about ‘natural skin-care.



Understand “natural”
  • Don't automatically assume that because something's ‘natural,' it's safe.
  • Understand the product, make sure you've done a little bit of research.
  • Public regulation of ‘natural’ products — including a universally agreed-upon definition for the word — would empower us all to make more informed decisions.
  • When in doubt about if a product is right for you — ‘natural’ or not — you should visit a dermatologist to assess the ingredients. Because it's what's inside that counts.


All Chemicals aren’t bad, all things natural aren’t good
  • It's inaccurate to assume that everything chemical is bad, and everything natural is good.

Eg: Poison ivy is natural, but that's not something you want to put on your skin.

  • Ingredients are not intrinsically bad, it's about how they're used and in what quantity.

Eg: Think of a puddle of water — not a big deal, but a tsunami can be catastrophic.

  • A product labelled as 'natural' tells us nothing about ingredient safety or sustainability but it makes patients and consumers feel better.



“Natural” is a cultural concept
  • Natural' is more of a cultural concept — it extends the belief in the superiority of the natural world and that human modification and inference inevitably causes harm.
  • 'Natural' products also allow people to connect themselves with a perceived healthy lifestyle, as well as certain favoured values like harmony with the environment, a spiritual connection with nature, and altruism.
  • When you buy a 'natural' product, you're buying everything that 'natural' products represent.


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The Power of Crystals

Crystals are naturally occurring rock formations coveted for their unique shape, texture, and luminosity. For millennia, they’ve been a part of daily life. Even being integrated into rituals, medicine, and beauty routines.

In this modern age, many of the tech products we use— such as TVs, computers, satellites, cellular phones, and watches— contain crystal components.

They’re powerful, affordable, & accessible to all.

We can use them to identify, raise, and direct energy to a targeted source.


Key difference between nightmare vs night terror-
  1. Nightmares and night terrors typically happen at different points in the sleep cycle. Nightmares occur during rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, the stage of sleep when vivid dreaming is most likely to happen. Night terrors typically happen during non-REM sleep, specifically stage-three sleep. This stage is also called deep sleep.
  2. how you might react when you wake up-
  • With nightmares, you may wake up easily and still feel scared but ultimately be able to think clearly. But when it comes to night terrors, you may be hard to wake up, and be confused if someone does manage to wake you.


Listening To New Music
  • Around the age of 30-35, when people have settled into life, the music stops being something to experience, and more of something to remember.
  • Listening to new music can be a ‘risky’ way to invest your time and attention, as you may or may not like it. Most people who are adults or in the middle ages have their younger days packed nicely in a playlist, having all that they could possibly need in terms of music.