A post to provide you information in a quickly absorbed manner. Kind of like flashcards for skincare.
This week it’s all about the Nurdles, baby! They’re probably something you’ve never heard of but may have used on many occasions!
What are they: “Nurdles are the tiny bits of plastic that are melted down and used in the production of plastic bags, bubble wrap, packaging and wrapping material. They can be responsible for the sickness and death of fish and birds when they are mistaken for food” – EPA.gov
What does this have to do with skincare: Nurdles are also found in beauty products (face scrubs, body washes) and usually come with the unassuming, non-threatening title of “gentle microbeads”.
Coming Attraction: Look for next week’s post featuring a special guest who knows first hand why Nurdles should be making a mass exodus from your skincare regiment.
Nurdle-Free Alternatives by Apriori Beauty: Celloxylin® Cellular Age Advantage Body Cleanse & Lotion & the Enzyme Activated Micro Scrub
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