The Benefits of Natural Skin Care Products

By now, you’ve probably noticed the increasing number of skincare brands that have introduced all-natural makeup, natural face wash for sensitive skin, and many other natural skincare beauty products in the market. The growing awareness of consumers about the benefits of natural cosmetics have inspired many private label cosmetics companies and manufacturers to slowly move towards sustainability and replace the synthetic ingredients of their beauty products with natural variants.1

As the largest organ of the body, the skin is prone to skin concerns caused by exposure to chemicals such as airborne formaldehyde, harsh detergents, fragrances, preservatives, as well as skin care products that may trigger inflammation, atopic dermatitis, and other skin problems.2 Hence, the switch to products that are made from natural and organic ingredients, like the products manufactured by The Omnium Group.

Why Switch to Natural Skin Care Products?

If you have been selling skincare products for quite some time now, you must have noticed the broad range of ingredients that your serum, facial wash, cleanser, and moisturizer have. While not a lot of consumers actually question the product content, as a responsible entrepreneur you know that in the long run, the use of synthetic ingredients for skincare products may cause damages not only to the skin but as well as to the body systems.

Not only that, products that contain harmful ingredients may also affect the environment – as these may contain toxic chemicals. Worse, the procedures done by manufacturers may have also affected animals during testing.

What are the Benefits of Natural Skin Care Products?

If you want your brand to make a lasting impact on the health and lifestyle of your consumers, it is best to go for natural skin care products. With the growing demand for wholesale natural products, your customers will totally love it if you introduce natural skincare products in your beauty line – and their skin will love it too!

1. Gentle to the Skin.

Organic skincare products are made from ingredients that meet the standards of organic food. This means that the natural skin care products manufactured by private label cosmetics contain no harsh chemicals, pesticides, or fertilizer. The ingredients used in making natural skincare products are specifically chosen to work in harmony with the skin and customized for those with sensitive skin.

2. Good for the health.

Parabens are one of the most common ingredients added to skincare products. While this has been formally declared by the American Contact Dermatitis Society as allergen of the year that imposes adverse health effects like endocrine activity, carcinogenesis, infertility, spermatogenesis, adipogenesis, perinatal exposure impact, and non-allergological cutaneous, psychologic, and ecologic effects3, a lot of skincare products still have this ingredient in their formulation. With natural skin care products made by conscious private label cosmetics like The Omnium Group, you can rest your worries as all of the products by the company are paraben-free.

3. Helpful to the Environment.

Manufacturers of natural skincare products are expected to follow sustainable practices. This means that no harsh chemicals should be used and drained down as pollutants to the environment.

4. What are the Best Natural Cosmetics?

The best natural cosmetics are the ones that adhere to the regulations mandated by the FDA, certified by Organic Certifiers and USDA Organic, registered to GMP, and permitted by Cruelty-Free International. By partnering with The Omnium Group as your private label cosmetics, your natural skincare products are guaranteed to be free from harmful ingredients and bring nothing but the best to the skin of your consumers.

Contact The Omnium Group now and start creating your own custom natural skincare products!


1 CBI Ministry of Foreign Affairs. CBI Trends Report on Natural Ingredients for Cosmetics.

2 David Boothe W, Tarbox JA, Tarbox MB. Atopic Dermatitis: Pathophysiology. Adv Exp Med Biol. 2017;1027:21-37. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-64804-0_3. PMID: 29063428.

3 Fransway AF, Fransway PJ, Belsito DV, Yiannias JA. Paraben Toxicology. Dermatitis. 2019 Jan/Feb;30(1):32-45. doi: 10.1097/DER.0000000000000428. PMID: 30570577.

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