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Is organic food not actually 100% organic? Are there loopholes where they can get away with an organic certification? Do some companies pay or bribe the USDA to get their product to be organic?

What is it you imagine the word “organic” means?The “organic” label was made up by big corporations for their premium, fat-profit, high-ticket food. You don’t actually think it means something like “more nutritious,” “safer,” “grown without pesticides,” or “better for you,” do you?In the US, certified organic food uses only approved pesticides. It can be genetically modified by mutagenesis or radiation, but not by genetic engineering. It can be sterilized by pasteurization, but not by irradiation. And it can’t use synthetic fertilizer.

Are products that say they're organic really organic?

Rick, that's a really great answer, thanks!The way I understand it is that the USDA wrote the federal regulations for food to be called "organic". However, just like Federal Pesticide labels, states have the ability to also write their own long as they are atleast to the level of regulations as the federal law. That is why some regions have a different "organic standard". They meet the federal rules and have a little different take on some things.To date, the federal government does not do ANY of the inspections on food and fiber that is labeled "organic". It is all done by private individuals that have met the qualifications to be an inspector. If that person says it passes the qualifications then it is sold as organic and earns the USDA label. Here is a list of such agents. The need for such inspectors is to greatly increase, so I have been told. is a list of USDA database of organic farms currently approved, all imported food that is certified as "organic" is to meet the same USDA standards and certified as such at the point of production. "organic" grapes from Chile are certified to have been grown with the same standard of care as organic grapes in New York.

Is physicians formula organic wear tinted moisturizer good for the skin?

I’m making the assumption you are asking if the Physicians Formula product is good for your skin because it’s labeled “organic”.It’s important to understand that in the United States, our Federal Drug Administration (FDA) regulates the Cosmetics industry. Cosmetics includes “skin moisturizers, perfumes, lipsticks, fingernail polishes, eye and "facial makeup", cleansing shampoos, permanent waves, hair colors, and deodorants, as well as any substance intended for use as a component of a cosmetic product.” In addition, they state “Companies and individuals who manufacture or market cosmetics have a legal responsibility to ensure the safety of their products.”Our United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is responsible for approving products labeled as “organic”. There is an extensive list of requirements before a product can bear the USDA label as certified organic. The following is from the USDA website:“Can a product be labeled “organic” without being certified?Overall, if you make a product and want to claim that it or its ingredients are organic, your final product probably needs to be certified. If you are not certified, you must not make any organic claim on the principal display panel or use the USDA organic seal anywhere on the package*. You may only, on the information panel, identify the certified organic ingredients as organic and the percentage of organic ingredients.” [1][1][1][1]I think you need to look at the ingredients on the PF product page which I believe is this one: Organic wear® 100% Natural Origin Tinted Moisturizer SPF 15 . click on the list of ingredients and decide if they will play nice with your skin. Also, read the answer to this question from the FDA. It appears at the bottom of the footnoted page “Are cosmetics made with “organic” ingredients safer for consumers than those made with ingredients from other sources?” [2][2][2][2]This is a lot of information to digest. I understand wanting someone to say it’s good for your skin but in reality, no one knows your skin better than you do. I think it’s important to remember that just because a product says it's natural or organic doesn't mean it's any better or more effective than a product that doesn't make that claim. :-)Hope you and others find this information useful. If you do, I hope you'll upvote.Please comment again when you've decided what product you decided on and your opinion of it.Best Wishes,CarolFootnotes[1] Organic Labeling[1] Organic Labeling[1] Organic Labeling[1] Organic Labeling[2] "Organic" Cosmetics[2] "Organic" Cosmetics[2] "Organic" Cosmetics[2] "Organic" Cosmetics

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