As most of you know, I am really serious about finding ethically produced and truly natural products for my family and myself. I am constantly searching for and researching products.

The typical bathroom is flooded with products full of ingredients many of us would find difficult to pronounce and have little idea of what they are, how they work and their potential health implications.

There are so many ‘natural’ or ‘organic’ products on the market that claim to be something they are not – its no wonder we are so confused! I have done a massive down scale of my bathroom products and have said goodbye to many products that I loved but I know are not good for my health long term.

Many ingredients in body products contain chemicals that are known as ‘endocrine disrupting agents’. These chemicals have been linked to reproductive issues (such as PCOS and infertility) and health conditions (including cancer) in not only the user but also the user’s children and their children! This means that what your grandmother was exposed to during her life may have affected your hormonal health!

I have been road-testing the Mukti Organics skin care range for the past two months and have decided that a little Mukti Organics Review was on the cards.

Ethical? – check!
Truly organic? – check!
Australian ingredients? – check!
Truly no nasties? – check!
Effective? – YES!!

Needless to say I am really happy with the products I have used. These include the Balancing Foaming Cleanser; Neroli Blossom Balancing Mist Toner and the Balancing Moisturiser. I also got some samples included with my purchase – the Marigold Hydrating Crème was a blessing when the season changed and my skin became dry from so many hot showers and heating.

The best part was that my 13 year old daughter has been using the Balancing Foaming Cleanser and has noticed a big difference in the appearance of her skin – less breakouts and she loves the gentle scent. Knowing it contains no nasty ingredients makes me feel really good about sharing it with her. I hope that this Mukti Organics review has helped you out.

The little sample packs on the Mukti website are a great way to try out which product is right for you – I hope you enjoy them as much as I did!

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About the author

Belinda Kirkpatrick is an expert Nutritionist and Naturopath in Sydney. She specialises in natural fertility, family and women's health care. She is the author of Healthy Hormones (a practical guide to balancing your hormones) and is the founder of the SEED Concept and also Seed App for iPhone.

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