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Where to purchase organic beauty products?

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January 19, 2020 / By Anetta
Question: Im planning to start a small business, a small boutique perhaps. Im thinking of selling clothes and organic beauty products. The problem is i dont know how to start and where to find organic beauty products that I could resell or redistribute. Im from the Philippines. Anyone who knows where to find such?
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Wilburn Wilburn | 4 days ago
There are a lot of organic beauty products being sold here in the Philippines. There's Human Nature, Cyleina soaps, Venus & Mars, All Organics, By Nature Handmade soaps, Spa Ingredients, Ellana Minerals, and list goes on and on. I am a reseller of some organic products myself but I only sell on a retail basis online specifically on Ebay. You can see some of my items here: http://myworld.ebay.ph/no_angel_ph
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Wilburn Originally Answered: Do all organic chemistry reaction mechanisms yield undesirable products to some extent?
The other nucleophilic sites shouldn't be a problem. The amine will be protonated by acidic proton in water, but it's a reversible process, so it's not going to stop the main reaction from happening. The other electrophilic sites are weak compared to H+. A C=O oxygen will coodrinate to H+ much more readily than it will to another C=O carbon. Other acidic sites are also not a problem. Although the NH in amines and the alpha carbon in carbonyls can be deprotonated, the proton in water is far more acidic. Water can be deprotonated by any base, wherease deprotonating a carbonyl/amine would take very strong bases. To answer the general question, no, not all organic reactions yield a mixture of products. There are many reactions (usually the well-studied ones such as amide couplings) which can be optimised to give yields and purities of 100%. Trimolecular reactions like this do tend to be quite messy though. Although the general rules I've outlined above do favour the desired product in the mannich reaction, they are not absolute, and some side products will form.
Wilburn Originally Answered: Do all organic chemistry reaction mechanisms yield undesirable products to some extent?
After a few years of memorizing all the organic chemistry without actually understanding it, I took ionic organic chemistry which was a graduate level course. It basically allowed you to look at any set of chemicals and figure out what was likely to react. It was actually easier than memorizing all the reaction. I don't know if that is helpful besides saying there is a light at the end of the tunnel. You can tell from the relative proclivity (searching for a word) of a particular groups to give up electrons. It does have to do with the electronegativies but it is more about how free the electron pairs are able to move from atom to atom. You need to have groups or atoms that can take electrons when there are electrons to give. You have to think about it from the point of view of certain groups attracting electrons that might make it easier for another group to form a bond there. It was quite a while ago when I took the course. I only knew it as ionic organic chemistry. It would be worth looking into because you seem to have anticipated it.
Wilburn Originally Answered: Do all organic chemistry reaction mechanisms yield undesirable products to some extent?
If you decide to become a synthetic organic chemist, you will find out that those nice and neat Name Reactions that show just one product are idealized. Yes, the Name Reactions show a path forward, and they give the majority of the correct product. But each compound and each reaction and each reaction condition deviates from ideal. So one uses mechanisms to predict reactions, and theory to skew the reaction conditions in the direction you want the reaction to go in. So that can mean tinkering with the base or acid in the reaction. Look at it this way. If each reaction only gave one product, where would the fun be? It would suddenly become a very boring job, and then almost anyone could do it. In the real world, running the reaction can be the easiest step. Isolating and purifying the product obtained often is the real challenge. But be thankful for that. Otherwise, chemists would make minimum wage.

Sawyer Sawyer
Google 'wholesale organic beauty products'. Those are the companies that will be selling to you. Unless you can find someone locally who produces their own line of products.
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Sawyer Originally Answered: Worst health and beauty products for vegetarians?
Here is a list of companies that test: (from http://pw1.netcom.com/~axleplus/stuff/ho... Allergan Inc. Alcon Labs Applewoods [ROLLING PLAN] Arm & Hammer (Church & Wright) [per PETA] Astley Dye & Chemical Company (ACDO) [ROLLING PLAN] Andrew Jegens Co. (Ban, Bioré, Curél) [per NAVS] Aziza Bay House Aromatics [ROLLING PLAN] Baush & Lomb (Curel, Soft Sense, Clear Choice) Betterware [ROLLING PLAN] BioForce UK [ROLLING PLAN] Bic Corp. [MORATORIUM] [per PETA] Blistex, Inc. Block Drug Co. (Sensodyne, Carpet Fresh, Lava, Polident) [per PETA] The Body Shop Int'l (L'Oreal) Boots Plc *Tests through BASF Boyle-Midway (Reckit Benckiser, Coty, Jovan, Lancaster) [per PETA] Brodie & Stone [ROLLING PLAN] Braun (Gilette Co) [MORATORIUM] Breck [MORATORIUM] Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. (Clairol, Ban, Final Net, Redmond, Herbal Essences, Sea Breeze, Aussie, Keri) Bronnley [ROLLING PLAN] Burberry *Because of Fur promotion or marketing Calvin Klein (Unilever) Carabay Seaweed [ROLLING PLAN] Carlonina Herrera Chesebrough-Ponds (Aziza, Fabergé, Cutex, Oil of Olay, Vaseline) [per PETA] Chanel Inc. *Because of Fur promotion or marketing Church & Dwight (Arm & Hammer, Arrid, Lady's Choice, Nair, Pearl Drops) [per PETA] Clarion (Sea Breeze) Clairol Inc. (Proctor & Gamble) [per PETA] Clorox (Pine Sol, Armor All, Tilex, S.O.S., 409, SoftScrub, Fresh Step) [per PETA] Colgate-Palmolive Co. (SoftSoap, Palmolive, Ajaz, Speed Stick, Mennen, Hill's Science Diet {sadly!}) [per PETA] [MORATORIUM] Consumer Value Stores *House brands Corine de Farme [per Uncaged] Cosme Decorte Coty (Davidoff, Joop!, Jovan, Lancaster, Rimmel, Stetson) [per PETA] Color Me Beautiful [ROLLING PLAN] Cover Girl (Procter & Gamble) [per PETA] Crimpers Pure [ROLLING PLAN] Dana Perfumes Del Laboratories (Sally Hansen, Natural Glow, Naturistics, Flame Glow, Commerce Drug) [per PETA] Dial Corp. (Purex, Renuzit) [per All for Animals] Dome Cosmetics [ROLLING PLAN] Donna Karan Beauty Company *Because of Fur promotion or marketing DowBrands (Glass Plus, Fantastik) Dracket Products Co. (S.C. Johnson & Son) [per PETA] Dolce & Gabbana [IT] *Because of Fur promotion or marketing EcoLab Inc. Eli Lilly & Co. El Sanofi Inc. (Oscar de la Renta) Elizabeth Arden (Unilever) Enamelon Inc. Erno Laszlo [per PETA] Estée Lauder Cos. (Aramis, Clinique, Prescriptives, Origins, M·A·C, La Mer, Bobbi Brown, Tommy Hilfiger, Jane, Donna Karan, Aveda, Stila, Jo Malone, Bumble and bumble, Kate Spade, Darphin, Michael Kors, Rodan & Fieldsr) *Because of Fur promotion or marketing Ettusais Faberge Fendi (Elizabeth Arden) Fernsoft [ROLLING PLAN] Flame Glow Fort James [ROLLING PLAN] Gallery Cosmetics [ROLLING PLAN] Gehe UK [ROLLING PLAN] Gillette Co. [per NAVS] Givaudan-Roure [per PETA] GWP Group [ROLLING PLAN] Helene Curtis Industries (Finesse, Unilever, Suave) [per PETA] Henkel (Schwarzkopf, Dep) [per PETA] IAMS (SHOCKING!) *Please Boycott! Intimate Brands *Bath & Body Works tests ingredients, Veronica's Secret sells fur ISO IPSA JCB Developments [ROLLING PLAN] Jhirmack (Playtex) Jergens, Andrew Co. (Bioré) *Parent Company (KAO) tests Johnson & Johnson (Neutrogena, Clean & Clear, Roc) [per PETA] Johnson Products Co. Jovan (Quintessence) KAO Cosmetics (John Frieda, Jergens, Bioré) Kanobe Kimberly-Clark Corp. (Kleenex, Scott Paper, Huggies) [per PETA] Kinarese (Valeant Pharmaceuticals) Kingsmill Cosmetics [ROLLING PLAN] KMS Research Labs [ROLLING PLAN] Kose Laboratoires Garnier (Ambre Solaire, Maybelline, Synergie, Movida, Fructis, Nutralia) *Have adopted policy against testing, however for now, NAVS lists them as "questionable" and no other group seems willing to endorse them LaCoupe Salon [per own reply] Lamaur (Willow Lake, Colorsoft) [per PETA] L & F Products Lever Brothers [per PETA] Lifestyles [ROLLING PLAN] Lloyds Chemists [ROLLING PLAN] L'Oréal (Anais Anais, Biotherm, Body Shop Int'l, Cacharel, Cosmair, Gemey, Giorgio, Gloria Vanderbitl, Inné, Helena Rubenstein, Jade, Kiehl's Since 1851, La Roche Posey, Lancôme, Lanvin, L'Oréal, Matrix, Ombrelle, Phas, Polo, Ralph Lauren, Redken, Soft Sheen, Vichy) [per AAVS] *May Still be Testing Ingredients LPI Cosmetics [ROLLING PLAN] Manetti & Roberts Mars Candy (Snickers, M&M's, Twix, Milky Way, 3 Musketeers, Starburst, Dove, Skittles) Yes, the candy company is conducting all sorts of hideous experiments! Marlene Klein Cosmetics Marshall Pet Products *Make pet products, while selling animals to research labs! Max Factor (Procter & Gamble) [per PETA] Mead [per PETA] Melaleuca Inc. (Nicole Millers) [per PETA] Mennen Co. (Colgate-Palmolive) [per PETA] Micol Direct [ROLLING PLAN] Miss Selfridge [ROLLING PLAN] Murphy Phoenix Co. (Colgate-Palmolive) [MORATORIUM] Nalgene *Water bottle maker, imports lab animal restraints! National Trust [ROLLING PLAN] Natural Eco Trading [ROLLING PLAN] Nature's Sunshine Products [ROLLING PLAN] Naturelle Neoteric Cosmetics (Alpha Hydrox) [per PETA] Neutrogena Noxell (Procter & Gamble) [per PETA] Olay Co./Oil of Olay (Procter & Gamble) [per PETA] Oral-B (Gillette Co.) [per PETA] [MORATORIUM] Original Additions [ROLLING PLAN] Pantene (Procter & Gamble) [per PETA] Parfums Givenchy SA (Givenchy, Extravagance, Amarige) [FR] Parfums International (White Shoulders) [per PETA] Parker Pens (Gillette Co.) [per PETA] [MORATORIUM] Pennex Perrigo Pfizer Inc. (Bain de Soleil, Visine, Plax, BenGay, Viagra!) [per PETA] Phoenix Brands LLC (Fab, Dynamo, RIT Dye) [per NAVS] Playtex Products Inc. (Banana Boat, Woolite, Baby Magic) [per PETA] PPR Group/Pinault-Printemps-Redoute (Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Boucheron, Sergio Rossi, Printemps, Redcat) *No known policy Prada Group (Fendi) *No known policy Prince Matchiabelli Procter & Gamble Co. (Secret, Crest, Vidal Sassoon, Tide, Cover Girl, Max Factor, Old Spice, Hugo Boss, Wella) [per PETA] Publix Super Markets Purex Corp. [MORATORIUM] Quintessence Reckitt Benckiser (Coty, Lysol, Mop & Glo, Resolve, Spray 'N Wash, Woolite) [per PETA] Redmond Products (Part of Bristol-Myers Squibb) Reflect.com (P&G Spinoff) Richardson-Vicks (Procter & Gamble) [per PETA] Rimmel (supplied by Unilever) Ronson International [ROLLING PLAN] Sara Lee [ROLLING PLAN] *However, Sara Lee, is reportedly planning to divest it's personal care division, and, on a positive note, working with animal groups to stop the cruel animal experiments sponsored by March of Dimes. Sally Hansen (Del Laboratories) [per PETA] Schering-Plough (Coppertone, Ban de Soleil, Dr. Scholl's) [per PETA] Schick (Warner-Lambert) Scott Paper Co. Scottish Fine Soaps [ROLLING PLAN] S.C. Johnson & Son (Pledge, Drano, Windex, Glade) Seven Seas [ROLLING PLAN] Shiseido Company Ltd. SmithKline Beecham (AquaFresh, Contac, Tums) [per PETA] Sofina Softsoap Enterprises (Colgate-Palmolive) Sterling Drug Suave [per PETA] Sunshine Makers (Simple Green) Sun Star 3M (Scotch, Post-It) [per PETA] Tom's of Maine (Colgate-Palmolive) This was once a GREAT company, and unfortunately, is no longer. Colgate's even gone so far as to start putting Fluoride into their toothpastes which were free of it. AVOID. Unilever (ALL™ detergent, Lever Bros., Calvin Klein, Elizabeth Arden, Helene Curtis, Ben & Jerry's, Aim, Close-Up, Dove, Finesse, Salon Selectives, Pond's, Vaseline, Sure, Pepsodent, Mentadent) [per PETA] Vidal Sassoon (Procter & Gamble) [per PETA] Victoria's Secret *Sell fur products at stores Viktoria Apothekere (Phas) Virgin Vie [per Uncaged] Vogue International (hair care) Warner-Lambert (Lubriderm, Listerine, Schick) [per PETA] Wellbeing [ROLLING PLAN] Westwood Pharmaceuticals Whitehall Laboratories Xynergy Health Products [ROLLING PLAN] Yves Rocher Group (Stanhome, Petit Bateau, Pierre Ricaud, Le Monde de Parfum, Kiotis, Sante Naturelle) [per Uncaged] Yvonne Gray Here is a list of some companies that don't Test: from (http://pw2.netcom.com/~axleplus/stuff/ho... ABBA Products Inc. ABEnterprises Abercrombie & Fitch Abkit Inc. (CamoCare Skin Care) Abracadabra Inc. Abra Therapeutics Accantia Health & Beauty Adrien Arpel Inc. Advanage Wonder Cleaner Advanced Research Labs [Revitalizing shampoo is absolutely wonderful] African Bio-Botanica Inc. Afterglow Cosmetics AFM Enterprises Ahimsa Natural Care Alberto-Culver Co. (St.Ives, TRESemmé, Alberto V05, FDS, Nexxus, Just for Men) [Questionable] Alba Naturals Alba Botanica Cosmetics Alcina Cosmetic A.J. Funk & Co. Alexandra Avery Body Botanicals (Purely Natural Body Care) Alexandra de Markoff (Parlux Fragrances) Alexia Alexander Allen's Naturally Almay Hypo-Allergenic (Revlon) Aloegen Natural Cosmetics (Levlad) Aloette Cosmetics Aloe Creme Laboratories Aloe Up Inc. Aloe Vera of America Inc. Alva Umweltschonende Produckte Alvin Last Inc. Amazon Premium Products Amber Aromatherapy Amberwood American Formulating & Manufacturing American International Ltd. American Merfluan Inc. American Safety Razor (Personna, Flicker, Bump Fighter) America's Finest Products Corp. Amitée Cosmetics/Advanced Research Labs (Citré Shine, ClearLogix) Amoresse Labs Amway Corp. Amyris The Ananda Collection Anandalina Ancient Formulas Inc. Andrea International Industries (Clear Perfection) Animal Aid Animals Love Us! Animal Shield A. Nelson & Co. Aphrodite's Garde
Sawyer Originally Answered: Worst health and beauty products for vegetarians?
All those lists above are great BUT a word of warning................ Some companies are a little bit sneaky when advertising. They say they don’t test on animals and whilst that may be true it may not be strictly true because some of the by-products they buy in to make their product may have actually been tested on animals. By law, they don't need to disclose that bit of information. So by buying their products you are still supporting testing on animals, even though you think you are doing the right thing. http://www.naturewatch.org/shoppingguide/avon_facts.asp http://www.caringconsumer.com/resources_order.asp .

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