Aging organically

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Do you believe that what you put into your body is just as important as what you put on it? The team at Nourish Organics certainly does, which is why in 2003 they launched the first-ever 100 percent-certified organic bath and body collection that sells at Whole Foods. Now, the same team is introducing a premium anti-aging line (including a body wash, polish and moisturizer) that meets their famously strict purity guidelines: no parabens, sulfates, silicones, artificial colorants or synthetic fragrances. It’s also gluten-free, cruelty-free and made in America. The line relies heavily on neem oil, which for centuries has been used by women in India as a powerful herbal remedy to improve beauty, health and well-being. Available in three scents—milk and honey; lavender chamomile; and cucumber aloe—the line goes on sale this month on QVC.

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